Skip to main content

Table 4 Mapping of the Right For Me findings to the Theoretical Domains Framework (TDF)

From: Investigation of factors influencing the implementation of two shared decision-making interventions in contraceptive care: a qualitative interview study among clinical and administrative staff

COM-B componentTDF domainConstructRight For Me implementation factor
CapabilityPsychologicalKnowledgeKnowledgeBeing aware of the interventions
  Procedural knowledgeKnowing how to use the interventions correctly
 SkillsCompetenceHaving the proficiency to use the interventions, acquired through training or practice
 Memory, Attention, and Decision ProcessesMemoryRemembering to use the interventions
 Behavioral regulationAction PlanningThe action or process of forming a plan regarding implementing the interventions
  Behavioral regulationChanging one’s behaviour to engage in the new practice of using the interventions
OpportunitySocialSocial influencesSocial influencesFeeling influenced by interpersonal processes with patients
PhysicalEnvironmental context and resourcesEnvironmental stressorsFeeling influenced by clinic workflow, time, or physical space
  Resources/material resourcesSupplementing the interventions with other resources
  Organizational culture/climateFeeling influenced by the clinic’s organizational culture
MotivationReflectiveSocial/professional role and identityProfessional roleDemonstrating professional behaviors and qualities that influence use of the intervention
 Beliefs about consequencesOutcome expectanciesBelieving that use of the interventions enhances SDM, or not (or has other consequences)
AutomaticReinforcementIncentivesAn external stimulus that enhances or serves as a motive for implementation