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Table 1 Papers included in review

From: Navigating the sustainability landscape: a systematic review of sustainability approaches in healthcare

Author Year Name Purpose
1. Alexander, J.A. et al. [62] 2003 The model for community health partnership sustainability To provide practical guidelines for partnership sustainability
2. Amaya, A. et al. [65] 2014 Conceptual framework for sustainability To identify themes and relationships emerging from data to identify recommendations to inform decision-makers on priorities
3. Ament, S. et al. [80] 2014 Strategies to sustain improvements in hospital practice To suggest post-implementation strategies which are valuable in sustaining implementation successes
4. Atun, R. et al. [53] 2010 A conceptual framework for analysing integration of health interventions into health systems To analyse and map the nature and extent of integration in different settings, along with the factors that influence the integration process
5. Azeredo, B.T. et al. [45] 2017 Framework for investigating the sustainability of ARV provision To structure data collection and analysis
6. Blackford, J. and Street, A [69] 2012 The Advance Care Planning-Service Evaluation Tool (ACP-SET) To assist community-based palliative care services to establish a sustainable system-wide model relevant to their local context
7. Blanchet, K. and Girois, S [57] 2013 The Sustainability Analysis Process (SAP) To conceptualise and measure sustainability of health systems in low-income countries and fragile states
8. Bray, P. et al. [81] 2009 Sustainability Pyramid Model To propose a series of practice characteristics that constitute critical elements for QI sustainability activities
9. Brinkerhoff, D. and Goldsmith, A. [20] 1992 The analytical framework for Institutional sustainability To analyse the generic conditions for sustaining institutions in general and provide suggested strategies
10. Chambers, D. et al. [11] 2013 The Dynamic Sustainability Framework To maximise the fit between interventions, practice settings and the broader ecological system over time
11. Dauphinee, W. and Reznick, R [63] 2011 Framework for guiding change and managing and monitoring a successful multicentered network. To identify success factors that can facilitate the adoption of a national simulation network
12. Dominick, G.M. et al. [82] 2016 ENRICH Sustainability Survey To identify residential children’s homes (RCHs) that sustained PA-promoting environments.
13. Dorsey, S. et al. [46] 2014 NINR Logic Model for Center Sustainability To provide guidance for those who wish to develop and sustain a centre or plan for sustainability
14. Edwards, J. C. et al. [42] 2007 Catholic Healthcare partners HF-GAP Sustainability Assessment (AHRQ) To trigger planning for sustainability early in a project’s design
15. Feldstein, A.C. and Glasgow, R.E [83] 2008 Practical, Robust Implementation and Sustainability Model (PRISM) To enhance implementation and sustainability and to help conceptualise, implement and evaluate health care improvement programmes
16. Finch, T.L. et al. [84] 2012 Technology Adoption Readiness Scale (TARS) To contribute to the successful normalisation of e-health, either as a ‘diagnostic’ tool or for evaluation purposes
17. Fleiszer et al. [58] 2015 Framework for the sustainability of healthcare innovations To guide data collection and content analysis
18. Ford, J.H. et al. [47] 2015 Strategies to Sustain Use of A-CHESS To suggest strategies to be used to sustain the use a mobile app
19. Fox, A. et al. [79] 2015 The sustainability of innovation theoretical framework To guide research, determine variables, influence data analysis
20. Goodman et al. [85] 1993 Level of Institutionalisation (LoIn) Scale To measure the extent of programme integration into an organisation
21. Goodman, R. and Steckler, A [86] 1989 Model for Program Institutionalisation To demonstrate how health promotion programmes may become institutionalised to guide programme design and evaluation
22. Gruen, R.L. et al. [7] 2008 Model of health-programme sustainability To provide a model of health-programme sustainability based on context and resource availability
23. Hanson, D. et al. [43] 2005 A systematic ecological framework to design sustainable interventions To design sustainable, community-based, safety promotion interventions
24. Hodge L.M. and Turn, K [54] 2016 A Conceptual Framework of Supporting Factors To guide and evaluate capacity building in EBP implementation and sustainment in low-resource community settings
25. Isabalija, S.R. et al. [87] 2013 Framework for e-medicine sustainability To facilitate the development, implementation, and sustainability of e-medicine by providing professionals with information on which to build their sustainability efforts
26. Iwelunmor, J. et al. [68] 2016 A conceptual framework To bring attention to sustainability as a core component embedded within the overall life cycle of an intervention that evolves through time
27. Johnson et al. [19] 2004 A Sustainability Planning Model To address two sets of sustainability factors known to be associated with success in sustaining an innovation
28. Knight, T. et al. [59] 2001 A framework for evaluating the sustainability of collaborative working To provide formative evaluation of future collaborative initiatives and analysis of collaborative working
29. Leffers, J. and Mitchell, E [88] 2011 Conceptual Framework for Partnership and Sustainability in Global Health Nursing. To offer guidance and a framework for partnership and sustainability for nurses who participate in global efforts
30. Lennox et al. [56] 2017 The Long Term Success Tool (LTST) To support those implementing improvements reflect on 12 key factors to identify risks and prompt actions to increase chances of sustainability over time
31. Luke, D.A. [36] 2014 Program Sustainability Assessment Tool (PSAT) To assess and plan for sustainability risks and develop an action plans
32. Maher, L. et al. [61] 2010 NHS III Sustainability Model To predict the likelihood of sustainability and guide teams to things they could do to increase the chances that changes will be sustained
33. Mancini, J.A. and Marek, L.I [37] 2004 Model of community-based program sustainability/Program Sustainability Index (PSI) To evaluate community-based programme sustainability
34. May, C. and Finch, T [89] 2009 Normalisation Process Theory To explore the social organisation of the work (implementation), of making practices routine elements of everyday life (embedding), and of sustaining embedded practices in their social contexts (integration)
35. May, C. et al. [51] 2006 Normalisation Process Model To assist in explaining the processes by which complex interventions become routinely embedded in health care practice
36. Melnyk, B. and Fineout-Overholt, E [90] 2011 The ARCC (Advancing Research and Clinical practice through close Collaboration) model To provide health care systems with a conceptual framework to guide system-wide implementation and sustainability of EBP for the purpose of improving quality of care and patient outcomes
37. Nelson, D.E. et at [39] 2007 The five basic elements of program sustainability To suggest five basic elements of programme sustainability for tobacco control programmes, to understand the factors associated with success
38. Nystrom, M.E. et al. [91] 2014 Strategies to facilitate implementation and sustainability of large system transformations To provide an approach to implement and sustain a large national change programme
39. Okeibunor, J. et al. [60] 2012 A model for evaluating the sustainability of community-directed treatment To provide critical indicators of project performance to evaluate sustainability
40. Olsen, I. T [92] 1998 Sustainability of health care: A framework for analysis To study the sustainability of health services in developing countries
41. Parand, A [38] 2012 Strategies to sustain Safer Patient Initiative (SPI) To recommend strategies to facilitate the sustainability of a quality and safety improvement collaborative
42. Persaud, D [52] 2014 The ELIAS (Enhancing Learning, Innovation, Adaptation, and Sustainability) Performance Management Framework To improve the sustainability of healthcare organisations
43. Rasschaert, F. et al. [93] 2014 Conceptual framework on sustainability of community-based programmes To explore the data retrieved and to identify factors influencing the sustainability
44. Racine, D.P [66] 2006 Model of sustaining innovations in their effectiveness To suggest a comprehensive conceptual framework of programmatic, organisational and environmental factors that may shape the circumstances for sustaining and replicating effectiveness
45. Roy, M. et al. [48] 2016 Framework for Sustained Retention To understand sustained retention, highlight barriers specific to sustained retention and review interventions addressing long-term, sustained retention
46. Rudd, R. E. et al. [94] 1999 A five-stage model for sustaining a community campaign The five-stage model offers a mechanism for expanding the life of a campaign
47. Sarriot, E.G. et al. [31] 2004 Child Survival Sustainability Assessment (CSSA) framework and process To provide a process for a participatory sustainability assessment with communities and local partners
48. Sarriot, E.G. et al. [28] 2008 The Sustainability Framework To organise thinking about sustainability as well as inform planning, management, and evaluation of activities in order to improve and maintain health outcomes at a population level
49. Saunders, R.P [64] 2012 LEAP Sustainability Assessment To assess sustainability of the Lifestyle Education for Activity Program (LEAP)
50. Savaya, R [49] 2009 Projected Likelihood of Project’s Continuation To examine projected sustainability and its predictors along a continuum of forms
51. Schalock, R. et al. [30] 2016 Sustainability model To consider what factors drive the organisation’s ability to both adapt successfully to change
52. Scheirer, M. and Dearing, J.W [18] 2011 A Generic Conceptual Framework for Sustainability To guide the sustainability research agenda
53. Schell, S.F. et al. [44] 2013 Capacity for sustainability framework To provide a framework on sustainability capacity, identifying organisational and contextual characteristics necessary for successfully sustaining programmes over time
54. Shediac-Rizkallah, M.C. & Bone, L.R [8] 1998 Conceptual framework for planning for sustainability of community based health programs To conceptualise and measure sustainability and provide guidelines to facilitate sustainability in community programmes
55. Shigayeva, A. and Coker, R [15] 2015 Conceptual framework to support analyses of sustainability To support analyses of sustainability of communicable disease programmes
56. Sivaram, S. and Celentano, D.D [27] 2003 Conceptual framework to develop a strategy that will facilitate sustainability To develop a strategy that will facilitate sustainability of outreach worker efforts in AIDS prevention
57. Slaghuis, S.S. et al. [32] 2011 A framework and a measurement instrument for sustainability of work practices in long-term care To analyse sustainability of actual changed work practices and evaluate improvement projects
58. Song, B. et al. [50] 2016 The framework for sustainability evaluation of Community based LTC programmes To evaluating community-based LTC programmes from the sustainability perspective
59. Sridharan, S. et al. [29] 2007 Analysis of strategic plans to assess planning for sustainability of comprehensive community initiatives To assess planning for sustainability
60. Stefanini, A. and Ruck, N [41] 1992 Conceptual framework to monitor the performance of externally-assisted health projects To monitor a project’s efforts towards sustainability
61. Story et al. [67] 2017 Conceptual framework for institutionalization of community-focused maternal, newborn & child health strategies To encourage collaboration and contribute to programme planning and policy making for the institutionalisation of community-focused health strategies
62. Tuyet Hanh, T.T. et al. [40] 2009 Framework for Evaluating the Sustainability of Community-based Dengue Control Projects To provide a framework and tool for assessing sustainability