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Table 1 An outline of the Consolidated Framework of Implementation Research (CFIR)

From: Factors influencing the implementation of cardiovascular risk scoring in primary care: a mixed-method systematic review

  CFIR domains CFIR constructs
Implentation Intervention Intervention source, evidence strength and quality, relative advantage, adaptability, trialability, complexity, design quality and packaging and cost
Outer setting Patients’ needs and resources, cosmopolitanism, peer pressure and external policy and incentives
Inner setting Structural characteristics, networks and communications, culture, implementation climate and readiness for implementation
Individuals Knowledge and belief about the intervention, self-efficacy, individual stage of change, individual identification with the organisation and other personal attributes.
Process Planning, engaging, executing, reflecting and evaluating