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Table 1 The four constructs of extended Normalization Process Theory

From: Implementation of secondary fracture prevention services after hip fracture: a qualitative study using extended Normalization Process Theory

Construct Description
‘Capacity’ Implementing an intervention depends on participants’ capacity to co-operate and co-ordinate their actions
‘Potential’ Translating capacity into action depends on participants’ commitment to operationalize the intervention
‘Capability’ The capability of participants to enact the intervention depends on its workability and integration into everyday practice
‘Contribution’ The implementation of an intervention over time depends on participants’ contributions to enacting it by investing in meaning, commitment, effort and appraisal