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Table 3 Identified barriers and facilitators and their related CFIR construct

From: Barriers and facilitators to kangaroo mother care implementation in Cote d’Ivoire: a qualitative study

CFIR domain Construct Barrier Facilitator
 Intervention characteristics cost of the intervention Barrier did not emerged from data Low cost of the intervention
Outer Setting Patient needs and resources Lack of community awareness Facilitator did not emerged from data
Beliefs about carrying a newborn on the chest
Father’s resistance
Cosmopolitanism Barrier did not emerged from data Partnership and networking with other organizations
Inner setting Tension for change Increased workload Facilitator did not emerged from data
Leadership engagement Barrier did not emerged from data Strong leadership
Available resources Lack of food for admitted mothers Training of healthcare providers
Lack of space for admission  
Lack of supplies  
Insufficiency of human resources  
Characteristics of individuals Knowledge & Beliefs about the Intervention Barrier did not emerged from data Healthcare providers’ perceived value of KMC
Mothers’adherence to KMC
Other Personal Attributes Barrier did not emerged from data Good relationship between mothers and healthcare providers
Process Executing Lack of collaboration between service involved in newborn care Facilitator did not emerged from data
Lack of home visits
Low rate of exclusive breastfeeding