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Table 3 CFIR domains, synthesis themes, and corresponding CFIR constructs data were extracted to

From: Factors influencing the implementation of mental health recovery into services: a systematic mixed studies review

CFIR domains Name of themes from the synthesis CFIR construct(s) where data underlying this theme were coded to
Intervention characteristics Flexibility Design quality and packaging
Relative advantage
Adaptability
Relationship building Design quality and packaging
Complexity
Lived experience Design quality and packaging
Relative advantage
Source of the Intervention
Inner setting Traditional biomedical vs. recovery-oriented approach Culture
Learning climate
Compatibility
Relative priority
The importance of organizational and policy commitment to recovery-transformation Compatibility
Leadership commitment
Tension for change
Staff turnover Structural characteristics
Lack of resources to support personal recovery goals Available resources
Information gaps about new roles and procedures Access to knowledge and information
Interpersonal relationships New construct: Relationships
Characteristics of individuals Variability in knowledge about recovery Knowledge and beliefs
Self-efficacy
Individual stage of change
Characteristics of recovery-oriented service providers Other personal attributes
Process The importance of planning Planning
Early and continuous engagement with stakeholders Engage: (new construct) engaging with stakeholder
Reflecting and evaluating
Formally-appointed internal implementation leader
  1. CFIR Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research