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Table 2 Normalisation Process Theory components (adapted from Murray et al. 2010) [19]

From: Perspectives of primary health care staff on the implementation of a sexual health quality improvement program: a qualitative study in remote aboriginal communities in Australia

Construct Component Interpretation
The meaning of the intervention for interviewees
Differentiation How participants felt the trial procedures differed from routine practice
Communal Specification Did participants have a shared understanding of the trial procedures aims
Individual Specification Did participants have their own understanding of the trial procedures aims
Internalisation Did participants have an understanding of the importance and value of the trial procedures
Cognitive Participation
The level of engagement in the intervention by interviewees
Initiation Were participants willing to push the trial ideas forward
Enrolment Did participants work together to make the trial succeed
Legitimation Did the participants feel the trial was worthy of their time
Activation How likely participants were to sustain the actions within the trial procedures
Collective Action
The effort interviewees made to make the intervention work
Interactional Workability How trial procedures affected the work of participants together
Relational Integration The knowledge that builds accountability among participants
Skillset Workability Were the trial procedures suitable to the skillset of participants
Contextual Integration How compatible the trial was with existing policies, work practices or guidelines
Reflexive Monitoring
The judgement given by interviewees
Systematisation How effective the trial procedures were for participants
Communal Appraisal How groups of participants evaluated the trial procedures
Individual Appraisal The personal relationship participants had with the trial procedures
Reconfiguration Can the trial procedures be modified or adapted based on the experience of participants