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Table 5 Telephone lifestyle coaching case example

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

ERIC strategies Cumulative percent (%) Structural characteristics (%) Networks and communications (%) Compatibility Organizational incentives and rewards (%) Planning Formally appointed internal implementation leaders (%) Key stakeholders (%)
Identify and prepare champions 248 27 17 21 25 31 64 63
Assess for readiness and identify barriers and facilitators 205 36 13 34 13 42 29 38
Develop a formal implementation blueprint 171 18 13 3 8 73 46 8
Conduct local consensus discussions 164 14 22 41 8 23 14 42
Build a coalition 143 27 39 21 17 4 11 25
Conduct local needs assessment 137 18 9 21 8 50 11 21
Alter incentive/allowance structures 135 18 0 10 71 12 7 17
Create a learning collaborative 135 18 35 14 13 8 14 33
Organize clinician implementation team meetings 129 14 52 14 8 15 21 4
Facilitation 125 9 26 24 4 23 21 17
Recruit, designate, and train for leadership 120 18 17 0 21 12 39 13
Inform local opinion leaders 113 14 22 3 17 0 29 29
Identify early adopters 112 23 17 10 13 12 25 13
Promote network weaving 111 23 57 0 8 4 7 13
Tailor strategies 105 18 4 38 17 12 0 17
Capture and share local knowledge 102 23 26 14 8 15 4 13
Conduct cyclical small tests of change 102 2 3 9 38 13 12 0 8
Promote adaptability 88 23 0 45 4 0 0 17
Use advisory boards and workgroups 87 5 13 3 4 15 21 2 5
Involve executive boards 81 14 9 3 13 0 18 25
Use an implementation adviser 72 5 9 10 0 15 29 4
Develop and implement tools for quality monitoring 71 5 0 3 21 31 7 4
Access new funding 69 5 4 3 38 8 7 4
Centralize technical assistance 67 5 26 10 0 12 11 4
Obtain formal commitments 67 9 9 0 13 4 29 4
Provide local technical assistance 64 18 9 14 0 15 4 4
Purposely reexamine the implementation 63 0 4 28 4 15 4 8
Revise professional roles 59 18 0 10 13 0 18 0
Fund and contract for clinical innovation 57 14 0 10 21 0 4 8
Conduct educational meetings 56 5 13 10 0 8 0 21
Audit and provide feedback 54 5 17 7 21 0 0 4
Involve patients/consumers and family members 52 9 9 10 4 4 4 13
Stage implementation scale up 51 14 0 10 4 15 7 0
Provide ongoing consultation 50 9 0 3 4 4 21 8
Change physical structure and equipment 43 32 0 7 4 0 0 0
Conduct ongoing training 32 0 4 0 0 23 0 4
Use other payment schemes 25 0 0 0 25 0 0 0
  1. Note: Level 1 endorsements are in bold. Percentages for level 1 endorsements for each CFIR barrier are in italics. Level 2 endorsements are in bold italics