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Table 2 Data extraction variables

From: Involvement of Indigenous young people in the design and evaluation of digital mental health interventions: a scoping review protocol

Variable  Description or example
  Study details Authors, date, title, journal, volume, issue, pages, country of origin,aim/objective of study
  Description of the digital mental health resource Purpose, technology type, target population, service type, therapeuticbasis, mode of delivery
Variables relating to processes undertaken
  Stage of development or evaluation e.g. Predesign, early design, post first prototype, feasibility,efficacy or effectiveness trial, implementation
  Methodology used e.g. Participatory design, phenomenology, co-design, pilot study,randomised controlled trail
  Participant demographics e.g. Age, gender, ethnicity, languages spoken, diagnosis, role (i.e.student, patient, carer, health professional type)
  Advisory boards e.g. Leadership team, research group, consumer group
  Data collection Number and duration of design or evaluation sessions, sample size,sites of data collection (e.g. school, community service), methodsused (e.g. focus groups, workshops, interviews), support personnelincluded in design or evaluation processes (e.g. interpreters,support staff)
Variables relating to research best practice
  Accessible, clear and co-constructed benefits to the community or individual
    Justification for project and source e.g. Literature, community consultation, previous formative studyor pilot
    Dissemination practices To whom, when, platforms used
  Meaningful relationships, consultation and participation of Indigenous people within all stages of research processes
    Training or support provided to Indigenous research participants e.g. Provision of tablet devices to test products, training in suicideprevention to aid design processes
    Indigenous involvement in stages of research e.g. Study design, funding, implementation, analysis, dissemination
    Participant feedback on design or evaluation processes e.g. Exit interview data, or rating scales of acceptability
    Author reflections on design or evaluation processes Reported results, strengths, limitations and recommendations
    Research team experience in health research Qualifications, time, reported relationships, credibility
  Respect and recognition of Indigenous knowledges and practices
    Adaptions in processes in consideration of the physical,social, economic and cultural environment of participants e.g. Community consent processes, interpreter involvement, followinglocal cultural protocols
    Reporting and analysis which considers the physical, social,economic and cultural environment of the participants e.g. Consideration of social determinants of health, strength-basedreporting
    Rationale of methods/methodologies used e.g. Literature, previous research, alignment with Indigenous worldviews
    Consent processes reported e.g. Individual, parent or collective consent, online or face to face,parties involved in consenting process (interpreter, support person)
  Indigenous self-determination and governance
    Partnerships with Indigenous corporations or communities e.g. Memorandum of Understandings, negotiation processes,agreements reached, approvals or agreements with location-specifichealth or governance boards
    Ethics board clearances e.g. Indigenous health research ethics committees