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Table 1 Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research (CFIR) domains and adapted constructs

From: Stakeholder perspectives on the effectiveness of the Victorian Salt Reduction Partnership: a qualitative study

Domains Adapted constructsa
Intervention characteristics Intervention design and development
Relative advantage
Adaptability
Outer setting Cosmopolitanism
External policies and incentives: National level, state level
Other outer setting factors: Political context, socio-cultural factors, environmental factors, technological factors.
Inner setting Structural characteristics: Partnership structure, organisational roles and responsibilities, changes in personnel, organisational changes
Networks and communications: Collaboration, communication
Implementation: Compatibility, learning climate
Readiness for implementation: Available resources
Characteristics of individuals Knowledge and beliefs about the intervention
Self-efficacy
Individual identification with Partnership
Process Planning
Engaging the right stakeholders: Opinion leaders, formally appointed internal implementation leaders, champions, external change agents
Executing the intervention: Achieving goals, enablers and barriers to delivery, fidelity, utility/quality
Reflecting and evaluating
  1. aBold indicates additional construct