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Table 1 CFIR domains aligned with Nav-CARE, and CFIR constructs

From: How do inner and outer settings affect implementation of a community-based innovation for older adults with a serious illness: a qualitative study

1. Intervention Characteristics, NavCARE Program
o Intervention source
o Evidence strength and quality
o Relative advantage
o Adaptability
o Trialability
o Complexity
o Design quality and packaging
o Cost
2. Outer Setting, Community and health system where Nav-CARE was implemented
o Patient needs and resources
o Cosmopolitanism
o Peer pressure
o External policy and incentives
3. Inner Setting, Hospice organization and administrators trialing Nav-CARE
o Structural characteristics
o Networks and communication
o Culture
o Implementation climate
o Readiness for implementation
4. Characteristics of Individuals, Nav-CARE volunteers, volunteer coordinator, social worker at hospice
o Knowledge and beliefs about the intervention
o Self-efficacy
o Individual stage of change
o Individual identification with organization
o Other personal attributes
5. Process, Aspects of delivering Nav-CARE
o Planning
o Engaging
o Executing
o Reflecting and Evaluation