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Table 1 Judgment of theoretical domain relevance a

From: Potential determinants of health-care professionals’ use of survivorship care plans: a qualitative study using the theoretical domains framework

Specific belief by domain Total frequency of mentions High frequency?b Conflicting beliefs present?c Strength of beliefsd
Knowledge     
Using SCPs is required. 9 Yes Yes Moderate
SCPs are a resource for survivors and their providers. 11 Yes No Weak
Skills     
Training facilitates SCP use. 3 No No Moderate
Using SCPs requires information technology skills. 7 No No Weak
Using SCPs requires clinical knowledge. 11 Yes No Strong
Using SCPs requires management skills. 2 No No Weak
Using SCPs requires communication skills. 8 Yes No Moderate
Using SCPs requires attention to detail. 2 No No Moderate
Using SCPs requires a clinical degree. 2 No Yes Weak
Social/professional role and identity     
Using SCPs is compatible with my professional role. 13 Yes Yes Moderate
Beliefs about capabilities     
SCPs need “just the right amount” of information to be useful to providers. 1 No No Moderate
SCP use depends on survivors’ characteristics. 10 Yes No Weak
A large volume of survivors is challenging to using SCPs. 5 No No Strong
I am confident in my ability to use SCPs. 10 Yes no Weak
Gathering information is a barrier to using SCPs. 3 No No Strong
Beliefs about consequences     
The system as a whole benefits from SCP use. 13 Yes Yes Moderate
Providers benefit from using SCPs. 11 Yes Yes Moderate
Survivors benefit from SCPs. 13 Yes Yes Strong
Survivors respond well to SCPs. 10 Yes No Weak
SCPs transition survivors from cancer treatment. 7 No Yes Weak
Motivation and goals     
I advocate SCP use. 12 Yes No Strong
Using SCPs competes for my time. 12 Yes Yes Strong
Memory, attention, and decision processes     
A list helps me to use SCPs. 12 Yes Yes Weak
When I forget to use SCPs, I use an old method of transitioning survivors. 2 No No Weak
I might not use SCPs if doing so were out of context 4 No No Weak
I schedule SCP use when it is most effective/efficient for me. 2 No No Weak
Environmental context and resources     
SCPs are delivered at a visit devoted to transitioning survivors. 5 No Yes Strong
A “system” facilitates SCP use. 11 Yes Yes Strong
Information technology supports SCP use. 12 Yes Yes Strong
Funding facilitates SCP use. 9 Yes Yes Strong
Social influences     
Survivor needs require SCP delivery to be as convenient as possible. 8 Yes No Moderate
Using SCPs is an organizational priority. 4 No Yes Moderate
Influential people in the cancer program support SCP use. 12 Yes Yes Weak
External stakeholders support SCP use. 6 No Yes Weak
SCP use varies across the cancer program. 6 No Yes Weak
Using SCPs requires buy-in from people who could assist in using SCPs. 13 Yes No Strong
Emotion     
It feels good to know that using SCPs helps survivors and their providers. 8 Yes No Moderate
Using SCPs helps me to feel calm when I transition survivors. 3 No No Weak
Using SCPs is stressful. 6 No No Moderate
Behavioral regulation     
Feedback facilitates SCP use. 11 Yes No Weak
Using SCPs takes practice. 6 No No Weak
I prepare to use SCPs by gathering information. 12 Yes No Weak
I “sell” SCP use to promote buy-in from others. 7 No Yes Moderate
I use SCPs as a tool for communicating with survivors. 12 Yes No Weak
I modify how I use SCPs to meet specific needs. 10 Yes Yes Moderate
I follow up with survivors to ensure that SCPs meet their needs. 3 No No Weak
Nature of the behavior     
Using SCPs is a “work in progress.” 6 No Yes Moderate
Survivors are expected to deliver SCPs. 1 No No Weak
SCPs should be kept up to date over time. 3 No No Weak
SCPs present privacy concerns. 1 No Yes Weak
There are many ways SCP use can be initiated. 4 No No Weak
SCP use should begin during or prior to treatment. 5 No Yes Moderate
  1. aDomains and specific beliefs judged to be relevant are in italics.
  2. bA relatively high frequency of specific beliefs (greater than the mean of seven participants referring to the specific belief).
  3. cConflicting beliefs across participants.
  4. dEvidence of strong beliefs (i.e., participants indicated that the specific belief contributed or would contribute to SCP use).