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Table 1 Survey on determinants and strategies

From: A tailored programme to implement recommendations for multimorbid patients with polypharmacy in primary care practices—process evaluation of a cluster randomized trial

Item number Survey item Group Agree
% (n)
Partly agree
% (n)
Do not agree
% (n)
1 (a) I need more knowledge to implement these recommendations into my practice IG + CG 14.3 (3) 57.1 (12) 28.6 (6)
IG 20.0 (2) 60.0 (6) 20.0 (2)
CG 9.1 (1) 54.5 (6) 36.4 (4)
1 (b) The workshop of the PomP study conveyed useful knowledge for the implementation of the recommendations into my practice IG 60.0 (6) 40.0 (4) 0.0 (0)
2 (a) The lack of work routines hinders the implementation of the recommendations into my practice IG + CG 19.0 (4) 33.3 (7) 47.6 (10)
IG 10 (1) 20.0 (2) 70 (7)
CG 27.3 (3) 45.5 (5) 27.3 (3)
2 (b) The elaboration of implementation action plans helped to establish routines for the implementation of the recommendations IG 30.0 (3) 60.0 (6) 10.0 (1)
3 (a) It is difficult for me to select the patients who profit most from SMC IG + CG 0.0 (0) 23.8 (5) 76.2 (16)
IG 0.0 (0) 40.0 (4) 60.0 (6)
CG 0.0 (0) 9.1 (1) 90.9 (10)
3 (b) The patient list provided at the beginning of the study helped me to identify suitable patients for SMC IG 40.0 (4) 40.0 (4) 20.0 (2)
4 (a) Instruments for medication reviews such as the PRISCUS list or the MAI are not feasible enough to use them regularly IC + CG 42.9 (9) 47.6 (10) 9.5 (2)
IG 30.0 (3) 60.0 (6) 10.0 (1)
CG 54.5 (6) 36.4 (4) 9.1 (1)
4 (b) The online-tools and checklists provided on the tablet PC helped me to conduct medication reviews. IG 50.0 (5) 30.0 (3) 20.0 (2)
5 (a) The lacking standardization of medication lists impede the implementation of recommendation B into my practice IG + CG 23.8 (5) 38.1 (8) 38.1 (8)
IG 20.0 (2) 40.0 (4) 40.0 (4)
CG 27.3 (3) 36.4 (4) 36.4 (4)
5 (b) The provided template for medication lists helped me to bring the medication list of my practice in line with defined minimum standards. IG 50.0 (5) 20.0 (2) 30.0 (3)
6 (a) The lacking self-management abilities of patients impede the implementation of the recommendations into my practice IG + CG 19.0 (4) 71.4 (15) 9.5 (2)
IG 20.0 (2) 70.0 (7) 10.0 (1)
CG 18.2 (2) 72.7 (8) 9.1 (1)
6 (b) The information material (posters, tablet pc) induced patients to take their medication list with them. IG 50.0 (5) 30.0 (3) 20.0 (2)
7 (a) Language barriers of non-German-speaking patients impede the implementation of recommendation A into my practice IG + CG 52.4 (11) 23.8 (5) 23.8 (5)
IG 50.0 (5) 20.0 (2) 30.0 (3)
CG 54.5 (6) 27.3 (3) 18.2 (2)
7 (b) The info-tool on the tablet PC helped to reduce problems due to language barriers IG 30.0 (3) 40.0 (4) 20.0 (2)
8 (a) Difficulties of comprehension between me and my patients impede the implementation of recommendation A into my practice IG + CG 28.6 (6) 28.6 (6) 42.9 (9)
IG 30.0 (3) 30.0 (3) 40.0 (4)
CG 27.3 (3) 37.3 (3) 45.5 (5)
8 (b) The info-tool on the tablet PC facilitated the communication with my patients IG 40.0 (4) 50.0 (5) 10.0 (1)
  1. The “(a) items” were applied to the intervention and control group; the “(b) items” were applied to the intervention group only
  2. IG intervention group, CG control group