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Table 3 Program model for the comparative case analysis

From: The Calgary Audit and Feedback Framework: a practical, evidence-informed approach for the design and implementation of socially constructed learning interventions using audit and group feedback

Program model elements Components
Innovation [17] The clinical question upon which the project was based
Style of report [7] Design of the report, co-creation of report design with CPLP and physician leads from participating groups
Available gold standard/benchmark for the clinical question [7]
 Recipients [17] Who participants were and how they interacted with one another [7, 17, 23]
 Context [17] Project origin/history
Group dynamic (collegiality/culture) and leadership involvement in the sessions [23]
Pre-work/relationship building between PLP and participant group [25]
Co-creation of data/metrics [7]
Proximity of doctor to data/patient (perceived control) [23]
 Facilitation [17, 24,25,26] CPLP led or co-facilitated with a participant physician-lead
Coaching-oriented facilitation [25]
 Physician engagement/change talk/change planning [8] Interactivity of the AGFS, extent of change talk
 Outputs Further project development with CPLP
Emergence of autonomous data reporting by the physician group (dashboards)
Measured/reported behavior change by the physicians