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Table 1 Main constructs of eNPT and its 4 propositions (May, 2013)

From: A mixed methods multiple case study to evaluate the implementation of a care pathway for colorectal cancer surgery using extended normalization process theory

Core construct Components Propositions
Capability
Possibilities presented by the complex intervention
Workability
Integration
The capability of agents to operationalize a complex intervention depends on its workability and integration within a social system.
Capacity
Social-structural resources available to agents
Material resources
Social roles
Social norms
Cognitive resources
The incorporation of a complex intervention within a social system depends on agents’ capacity to cooperate and coordinate their actions.
Potential
Social-cognitive resources available to agents
Individual intentions
Collective commitment
The translation of capacity into collective action depends on agents’ potential to enact the complex intervention.
Contribution
What agents do to implement a complex interventions
Coherence
Cognitive participation
Collective action
Reflexive monitoring
The implementation of a complex intervention depends on agents’ continuous contributions that carry forward in time and space.