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TableĀ 1 CFIR domains and relevant study measures

From: The PHARMS (Patient Held Active Record of Medication Status) feasibility study: a research proposal

CFIR domains How the domain aligns with the implementation of the electronic patient held medication record Relevant study measures
Intervention characteristics Relative advantage of device over usual practice
Use of device (design and complexity)
Perceptions of hospital healthcare professional, GPs and patients regarding use of the device (qualitative interviews)
Non-participant observation
Outer setting Importance as perceived by wider secondary and primary care stakeholders
Promotion of use of the device from clinical and administrative directors/leaders within the participating hospital and general practices
Perceptions of hospital healthcare professionals, GPs and patients regarding potential of the device (qualitative interviews)
Occurrence of medication error (quantitative analysis of medication information)
Non-participant observation
Inner setting Readiness for change, quality of communication and teamwork within the participating hospital and general practices Perceptions of hospital healthcare professionals, GPs and IT staff (qualitative interviews)
Non-participant observation
Individual characteristics Knowledge, beliefs and motivation of individuals involved in the study Perceptions of hospital healthcare professionals, patients and GPs (qualitative interviews)
Implementation process Establishing a plan for evaluation on a larger scale
Methods to engage relevant individuals
Perceptions of hospital healthcare professionals, patients, GPs and IT staff (qualitative interviews)
Non-participant observation