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Table 1 Key implementation work and outcome constructs

From: Developing a toolkit to implement the Statin Choice Conversation Aid at scale: application of a work reduction model

Construct Definition
Implementation Work
 Coherence The work agents (stakeholders) do to attribute meaning to an intervention and make sense of its potential within their context and their role in relation to it
 Cognitive Participation The work agents (stakeholders) do to legitimize and enroll (engage) themselves and others into an intervention and frame how participants become members of the related community of practice
 Collective Action The work agents (stakeholders) do to mobilize skills and resources and enact the intervention and frame how participants realize and perform the intervention in practice.
 Reflexive Monitoring The work agents (stakeholders) do to assemble and appraise information about the effects of the intervention and utilize that knowledge to reconfigure social relations and actions.
Implementation Outcomes
 Feasibility The extent to which a new treatment, or an innovation, can be successfully used or carried out within a given agency or setting
 Acceptability The perception among implementation stakeholders that a given treatment, service, practice, or innovation is agreeable, palatable, or satisfactory
 Appropriateness The perceived fit, relevance, or compatibility of the innovation for a given practice setting, provider, or consumer; and/or perceived fit of the innovation to address a particular problem