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Table 1 Description of CFIR domains, and constructs targeted by the items of the study

From: Multi-level barriers and facilitators to implementing a parenting intervention in prison, perceptions from deliverers and responsible managers: a mixed-methods study

CFIR domains Brief description of domains Constructs relevant to the study
Intervention characteristics Includes eight constructs in total which refer to adaptability to local needs, complexity, and design • Intervention source
• Relative advantage
Outer setting Includes four constructs in total which refer to patients’ needs and resources, external policy, and incentives • Patient needs and resources
Inner setting/the organisation Includes 14 construct in total which refer to structural characteristics of the implementing organisation, networks and communication, culture, implementation climate, and readiness for implementation such as leadership engagement • Readiness for implementation—leadership engagement
• Culture
• Readiness for implementation—available resources
Characteristics of individuals/deliverers Includes five constructs in total which refer to knowledge/beliefs about the intervention, self-efficacy, and individual stage of change • Individual stage of change
• Knowledge and beliefs about the intervention
• Self-efficacy
Process Includes eight constructs in total which refer to the planning, execution and evaluation process Not included in this study