|Proposition||Relevant explanatory mechanism(s)||Key example hypotheses*|
1. Capacity limitations|
Health care professionals and organisations have a finite capacity to engage with and respond to feedback; interventions that require less work, supply additional resource, or are considered worthwhile enough to justify investment, are most effective.
18. Active delivery
2. Identity and culture|
Health care professionals and organisations have strong beliefs regarding how patient care should be provided that influence their interactions with feedback; those that align with and enhance these aspects are most effective.
3. Behavioural induction|
Feedback interventions that successfully and directly support clinical behaviours for individual patients are most effective.
34. Problem solving