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Table 2 Identified codes, sub-categories and categories

From: Perceived feasibility of a primary care intervention for Tobacco Cessation on Prescription targeting disadvantaged groups in Sweden: a qualitative study

Code Sub-category Category
Cessation activity, general content, empowerment, contact, medical content, planning support, referral Content The prescription
Mode of administration, layout Design
Prescription for all smokers, prescription for those with a health problem, prescription for those with high self-efficacy Target group Usage
Prescription whenever, prescription as soon as possible, prescription at a certain point in time When to receive TCP
No follow-up, when to follow-up, how to follow-up, why follow-up Follow-up
Shared responsibility, manager responsibility, occupational group responsibility Responsibility
Guideline characteristics, guideline content Guidelines
Positive emotional meaning, positive practical meaning, positive characteristics Advantages Expected results
Negative emotional meaning, negative practical meaning Disadvantages
Providers’ self-efficacy, clients’ self-efficacy Adherence
Others indifferent, others positive, others negative, others ambiguous Perceptions of othersa
Implementation prerequisites, person-centeredness, TCP as a package Implementation Feasibility
Motivation and competence, budget, organisational obstacles, infrastructure, time, capacity building Organisational aspects
  1. aFrom a client’s perspective “Perceptions of others” refer to perceptions of family members, friends and society. From a provider’s perspective it refers to perceptions of patients and colleagues