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Table 1 ERIC strategies endorsed to address CFIR barrier: Reflecting and Evaluating

From: Choosing implementation strategies to address contextual barriers: diversity in recommendations and future directions

Level* ERIC strategy Endorsements
n = 25 respondents
Count Percentage (%)
1 Develop and implement tools for quality monitoring 15 60
1 Audit and provide feedback 14 56
2 Develop and organize quality monitoring systems 10 40
2 Facilitate relay of clinical data to providers 9 36
2 Obtain and use patients/consumers and family feedback 7 28
2 Organize clinician implementation team meetings 7 28
2 Purposely reexamine the implementation 7 28
2 Use data experts 7 28
2 Capture and share local knowledge 6 24
2 Facilitation 5 20
  Change record system 4 16
  Conduct ongoing training 4 16
  Develop a formal implementation blueprint 4 16
  Provide local technical assistance 4 16
  Assess for readiness and identify barriers and facilitators 3 12
  Conduct cyclical small tests of change 3 12
  Tailor strategies 3 12
  Use an implementation adviser 3 12
  Use data warehousing techniques 3 12
  Use train the trainer strategies 3 12
  Build a coalition 2 8
  Conduct local consensus discussions 2 8
  Create a learning collaborative 2 8
  Identify and prepare champions 2 8
  Inform local opinion leaders 2 8
  Involve executive boards 2 8
  Prepare patients/consumers to be active participants 2 8
  Provide ongoing consultation 2 8
  Recruit, designate, and train for leadership 2 8
  Conduct educational meetings 1 4
  Conduct educational outreach visits 1 4
  Conduct a local needs assessment 1 4
  Develop academic partnerships 1 4
  Develop disincentives 1 4
  Intervene with patients/consumers to enhance uptake and adherence 1 4
  Involve patients/consumers and family members 1 4
  Place innovation on a fee for service lists/formularies 1 4
  Provide clinical supervision 1 4
  Revise professional roles 1 4
  Stage implementation scale up 1 4
  Start a dissemination organization 1 4
  Use capitated payments 1 4
  Work with educational institutions 1 4
  1. Note: ERIC strategies selected when respondents were asked to “… select … top 7 …” to address the following barrier: “There is little or no quantitative and qualitative feedback about the progress and quality of implementation nor regular personal and team debriefing about progress and experience”
  2. *Level of endorsement: Level 1 includes strategies endorsed by at least 50% of respondents. Level 2 includes strategies endorsed by 20–49.9% of respondents