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Table 2 CFiR Domains and Constructs Associated with Qualitative Themes

From: Applying the consolidated framework for implementation research to identify barriers affecting implementation of an online frailty tool into primary health care: a qualitative study

Theme CFIR Domain CFIR constructs
1: PHC Practice Context Outer Setting Patient needs and resources, external policy, incentives, peer pressure, cosmopolitanism
Inner Setting Compatibility, networks, communications, learning climate, culture
Characteristics of individuals Self-efficacy
Intervention Costs (opportunity).
Process Planning
2: Intervention attributes that affected implementation. Inner Setting Access to knowledge and information
Characteristics of Individuals Knowledge & Beliefs about the Intervention, self-efficacy
Intervention Evidence strength, complexity, adaptability, design quality & packaging; cost (opportunity).
Process Planning, engaging, champions
3: The importance of targeting providers with frail patients. Outer setting Patients’ needs and resources
Characteristics of individuals Knowledge and beliefs about the intervention, individual stage of change
Intervention Costs (opportunity)