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Table 1 CFIR

From: Optimising and profiling pre-implementation contexts to create and implement a public health network intervention for tackling loneliness

CFIR domainSub-concept
Intervention characteristicsIntervention source
Evidence strength and quality
Relative advantage
Adaptability
Trialability
Complexity
Design quality and packaging
Cost
Outer settingPatient needs and resources
Cosmopolitanism
Peer pressure
External policies and incentives
Inner settingStructural characteristics
Networks and communications
Culture
Implementation climate (relative priority, organisational incentives and rewards, goals and feedback, learning climate)
Readiness for implementation (leadership engagement, available resources, accessible information and knowledge)
Individual characteristicsKnowledge and beliefs about the intervention
Self-efficacy
Individual stage of change
Individual identification with organisation
Other personal attributes
Process of implementationPlanning
Engaging (opinion leaders, formally appointed internal implementation leaders, champions, external change agents)
Executing
Reflecting and evaluating