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Table 4 System-ordered matrix of magnitude and valence of intervention characteristics constructs by level of implementation

From: Integrating evidence-based practices for increasing cancer screenings in safety net health systems: a multiple case study using the Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research

Construct High level of implementation Medium level of implementation Low level of implementation Distinguishing
Intervention characteristics A B C D E F G H I  
Intervention source           
 Magnitude Some Some Few None Few Some None None Few No
 Valence +/− 0 0 ~ + + ~ ~ +
Evidence strength and quality           
 Magnitude Few Some Some None None Some Some None Few No
 Valence + 0 + ~ ~ + + ~ +
Relative advantage           
 Magnitude Some Some Few Some Many Some Few Some None No
 Valence + +/− + + +/− + + + ~
Adaptability           
 Magnitude Some Many Some None Few All Few Some Some Yes
 Valence + + + ~ + + + + +
Trialability           
 Magnitude Some Some Few None Some Some None None Few Yes
 Valence + + 0 ~ + + ~ ~ 0
Complexity           
 Magnitude Some Some Few Some Few Few Few None None No
 Valence +/− 0 ~ ~
Design quality and packaging           
 Magnitude Some Some Many None Few Some Few Many Few Borderline
 Valence +/− + + ~ + + +/− +
Cost           No
 Magnitude None None Many Some Few Few Few Some Few
 Valence ~ ~ + 0 0 0 0
  1. Notes on magnitude: none = 0, few = 1 = 25 %, some = 26–50 %, many = 51 = 75 %, most = 76–99 %, all = 100 % of transcripts in each system that mentioned the construct. Notes on valence: ~ = not applicable, 0 = descriptive only, + = positive, − = negative, +/− = mixed