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Table 1 Items from original surveys included in our study, and adapted wording for each self-reported primary role

From: Pragmatic adaptation of implementation research measures for a novel context and multiple professional roles: a factor analysis study

Scale/ItemOriginal Item wordingRole-Specific Adapted Wording
ClinicianResearcherLeadershipSupport Staff
Implementation Leadership Scale (ILS)Please indicate the extent to which you agree with each statement.Please indicate the extent to which you agree with each statement about the leadership team’s role in RIC’s transition to the AbilityLab Model of Care using the following scale.
1: Not at All; 2: To a Slight Extent; 3: To a Moderate Extent; 4: To a Great Extent; 5: To a Very Great Extent
 lsplrnA[Name of Supervisor] supports employee efforts to learn more about evidence-based practice.RIC’s leadership team supports clinicians’ efforts to learn about research.RIC’s leadership team supports researchers’ efforts to learn about clinical practice.Average of “RIC’s leadership team supports clinicians’ efforts to learn about research” & “RIC’s leadership team supports researchers’ efforts to learn about clinical practice.”N/A
 lspebpA[Name of Supervisor] supports employee efforts to use evidence-based practice.RIC’s leadership team supports clinicians’ efforts to use research in clinical practice.RIC’s leadership team supports researchers’ efforts to use clinical practice to drive research development.Average of “RIC’s leadership team supports researchers’ efforts to use clinical practice to drive research development.” & “RIC’s leadership team supports clinicians’ efforts to use research in clinical practice.”RIC’s leadership team supports employees’ efforts to use research to inform their work.
 lapprec[Name of Supervisor] recognizes and appreciates employee efforts toward successful implementation of evidence-based practice.RIC’s leadership team recognizes and appreciates employee efforts toward successful implementation of the AbilityLab Model of Care.RIC’s leadership team recognizes and appreciates employee efforts toward successful implementation of the AbilityLab Model of Care.RIC’s leadership team recognizes and appreciates employee efforts toward successful implementation of the AbilityLab Model of Care.RIC’s leadership team recognizes and appreciates employee efforts toward successful implementation of the AbilityLab Model of Care.
 lremobst[Name of Supervisor] has removed obstacles to the implementation of evidence-based practice.RIC’s leadership team has removed obstacles to implementing the AbilityLab Model of Care.RIC’s leadership team has removed obstacles to implementing the AbilityLab Model of Care.RIC’s leadership team has removed obstacles to implementing the AbilityLab Model of Care.RIC’s leadership team has removed obstacles to implementing the AbilityLab Model of Care.
 lanswerq[Name of Supervisor] is able to answer my questions about evidence-based practice.My direct supervisor is able to answer my questions about the AbilityLab Model of Care.My direct supervisor is able to answer my questions about the AbilityLab Model of Care.My direct supervisor is able to answer my questions about the AbilityLab Model of Care.My direct supervisor is able to answer my questions about the AbilityLab Model of Care.
 lopenprb[Name of Supervisor] reacts to critical issues regarding the implementation of evidence-based practice by openly and effectively addressing the problem(s).My direct supervisor openly addresses problems regarding the implementation of new processes.My direct supervisor openly addresses problems regarding the implementation of new processes.My direct supervisor openly addresses problems regarding the implementation of new processes.My direct supervisor openly addresses problems regarding the implementation of new processes.
Organizational Change Recipients Beliefs Scale (OCRBS)A seven-cell format with the anchors being strongly disagree and strongly agree.Please indicate the extent to which you agree with each statement about RIC’s transition to the AbilityLab Model of Care using the following scale.
1: Strongly Disagree; 2: Disagree; 3: Neutral; 4: Agree; 5: Strongly Agree
 wneedWe need to improve the way we operate in this organization.We need to improve the way we deliver care at RIC.We need to improve the way we deliver care at RIC.We need to improve the way we deliver care at RIC.We need to improve the way we deliver care at RIC.
 wcanimplWe have the capability to successfully implement this change.We have the capability to successfully implement the AbilityLab Model of Care.We have the capability to successfully implement the AbilityLab Model of Care.We have the capability to successfully implement the AbilityLab Model of Care.We have the capability to successfully implement the AbilityLab Model of Care.
 icanimplI can implement this change in my job.I can implement the AbilityLab Model of Care.I can implement the AbilityLab Model of Care.I can implement the AbilityLab Model of Care.I can implement the AbilityLab Model of Care.
 goodptI believe the proposed organizational change will have a favorable effect on our operations.Patients will benefit from the change from RIC’s current model of rehabilitation to the AbilityLab Model of Care.Patients will benefit from the change from RIC’s current model of rehabilitation to the AbilityLab Model of Care.Patients will benefit from the change from RIC’s current model of rehabilitation to the AbilityLab Model of Care.Patients will benefit from the change from RIC’s current model of rehabilitation to the AbilityLab Model of Care.
 goodmeThis change will benefit me.I will benefit from the change from RIC’s current model of rehabilitation to the AbilityLab Model of Care.I will benefit from the change from RIC’s current model of rehabilitation to the AbilityLab Model of Care.I will benefit from the change from RIC’s current model of rehabilitation to the AbilityLab Model of Care.I will benefit from the change from RIC’s current model of rehabilitation to the AbilityLab Model of Care.
 iprepareI am capable of successfully performing my job duties with the proposed organizational change.I am prepared to be a part of the AbilityLab Model of Care.I am prepared to be a part of the AbilityLab Model of Care.I am prepared to be a part of the AbilityLab Model of Care.I am prepared to be a part of the AbilityLab Model of Care.
 ifulfillWith this change in my job, I will experience more self-fulfillment.I will experience more self-fulfillment with the AbilityLab Model of Care.I will experience more self-fulfillment with the AbilityLab Model of Care.I will experience more self-fulfillment with the AbilityLab Model of Care.I will experience more self-fulfillment with the AbilityLab Model of Care.
 peerembrMost of my respected peers embrace the proposed organizational change.Most of my peers have embraced the AbilityLab Model of Care.Most of my peers have embraced the AbilityLab Model of Care.Most of my peers have embraced the AbilityLab Model of Care.Most of my peers have embraced the AbilityLab Model of Care.
Evidence Based Practice Questionnaire (EBPQ) Practice SubscaleConsidering your practice in relation to an individual patient’s care over the past year, how often have you done the following in response to a gap in your knowledge.Considering a gap in your knowledge related to a patient’s care in the past 2 months, how often have you done the following?
Note: Choose n/a if you have not had gaps in your knowledge regarding patient care in the past 2 months.
1: Never; 2: Rarely; 3: Occasionally; 4: Often; 5: Very Often; 6: n/a (option n/a set to missing in analyses)
 quesplaqFormulated a clearly answerable question as the beginning of the process towards filling this gap:Seriously questioned whether your default plan of care was the best option.N/AN/AN/A
 litsrchqTracked down the relevant evidence once you have formulated the question:Searched the literature to answer a question related to alternative plans of care.N/AN/AN/A
 integreqIntegrated the evidence you have found with your expertise:Integrated the evidence you found in the literature with your plan of care.N/AN/AN/A
 evaleffqEvaluated the outcomes of your practice:Evaluated the patient’s outcomes to assess if your plan of care was effective.N/AN/AN/A
 sharepbqShared this information with colleagues:Shared your practice-based evidence with colleagues.N/AN/AN/A
Evidence-Based Practice Attitudes Scale (EBPAS) Openness Subscale [1]The following questions ask about your feelings about using new types of therapy, interventions, or treatments. Manualized therapy, treatment, or intervention refers to any intervention that has specific guidelines and/or components that are outlined in a manual and/or that are to be followed in a structured or predetermined way. Indicate the extent to which you agree with each item.Please indicate the extent to which you agree with each statement about using new techniques or outcome measures with the following scale.
1: Not at All; 2: To a Slight Extent; 3: To a Moderate Extent; 4: To a Great Extent; 5: To a Very Great Extent
 ilikenew [1]I like to use new types of therapy/interventions to help my clients.I like to use new techniques or outcome measures to help my patients.N/AN/AN/A
 eagnewCR [1]I am willing to use new and different types of therapy/interventions developed by researchers.I am eager to use new and different techniques or outcome measures developed by researchers.I would be eager to do research in a new area if a clinician thought it was important.N/AN/A
 trydiff [1]I would try a new therapy/intervention even if it were very different from what I am used to doing.I would try new techniques or outcome measures even if it were very different from what I am used to doing.N/AN/AN/A
Evidence-Based Practice Attitudes Scale (EBPAS) Other questions [2]If you received training in a therapy or intervention that was new to you, how likely would you be to adopt it if …If you have received or were to receive training in a technique or outcome measure that was new to you, how likely would you be to adopt it if ...
1: Not at All; 2: To a Slight Extent; 3: To a Moderate Extent; 4: To a Great Extent; 5: To a Very Great Extent
 intuitive [2]it was intuitively appealing?It was intuitively appealing?N/AN/AN/A
 reqbysup [2]it was required by your supervisor?It was required by your supervisor?N/AN/AN/A
 colhappy [2]it was being used by colleagues who were happy with it?It was being used by colleagues who were happy with it?N/AN/AN/A
 iknomoCRz [2]I know better than academic researchers how to care for my clients. (reverse scored)I know better than academic researchers how to care for my patients. (reverse scored)I know better than clinicians how new techniques or measures in my area of research could improve patient care. (reverse scored)N/AN/A