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Table 3 Crosswalk: qualitative themes, proposed implementation strategies, modifications, and links with theory

From: Using qualitative and participatory methods to refine implementation strategies: universal family psychosocial screening in pediatric cancer

Stakeholder themes Proposed strategies Modifications Links with theory
Engage providers by framing psychosocial screening as an opportunity for more efficient and effective practice. Strategy 1a
Strategy IIb
Created a new introduction to the webinar about why screening is important to “you and your patients” that includes parent and professional testimonials
Peer consultation calls should not review metrics but concentrate on peer support, problem solving, and best practices
Social ecology
Pediatric Psychosocial Preventive Health Model
Interactive Systems Framework Prevention Synthesis and Translation (ISF-Phase 1)
Set clear expectations about the importance of screening 100% of children and their families to achieve the goal of universal screening, equity of care, and reduction of disparities. Strategy 1a
Strategy IIb
Incorporated into webinar; clarity about how to legitimize and normalize use of PAT in your system to be equitable; expectations for screening 100% of population(s) selected; but can define that population for this project to be feasible and achieve success
Created job description for the Champion that incorporated recommended elements of the role; reviewed consistency of Implementation Plan regarding Champion and Peer Consultation Calls with related study measures
Health equity
ISF-Phase 1
Adapt successful strategies for systematic implementation of screening to ensure optimal engagement with children and their families throughout their care. Strategy 1a
Strategy IIb
Foreshadowed in beginning of webinar implementation plan development to anticipate and address common barriers and facilitators, access in Spanish, their goal for screening in their setting (e.g. selected population(s); clarify that we will be available during that time to work with them
Included in Implementation Plan-Champion’s approach to promote screening at their institution
Social ecology
Health equity
ISF-Phase 1
  1. aStrategy I is training (webinar)
  2. bStrategy II is Training + Implementation Expanded Resources (TIER)