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Fig. 2 | Implementation Science

Fig. 2

From: Use of concept mapping to characterize relationships among implementation strategies and assess their feasibility and importance: results from the Expert Recommendations for Implementing Change (ERIC) study

Fig. 2

Go-zone plot for all 73 strategies based on expert ratings. Note. The range of the x and y axes reflect the mean values obtained for all 73 of the discrete implementation strategies for each of the rating scales. The plot is divided into quadrants on the basis of the overall mean values for each of the rating scales. Quadrant labels are depicted with roman numerals next to the plot. Strategies in quadrant I fall above the mean for both the importance and the feasibility ratings. Thus, these strategies are those where there was the highest consensus regarding their relative high importance and feasibility. Conversely, quadrant III reflects the strategies where there was consensus regarding their relative low importance and feasibility. Quadrants II and IV reflect strategies that were relatively high in feasibility or importance, respectively, but low on the other rating scale

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