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Table 3 Ratings assigned to CFIR constructs by innovation being implemented

From: Identifying and understanding the contextual factors that shaped mid-implementation outcomes during the COVID-19 pandemic in organizations implementing mental health recovery innovations into services

Innovation Family support group WRAP Staff training Peer workers
CFIR constructs\ Site New Brunswick 1 publicly funded, family support group British Columbia not-for-profit, WRAP New Brunswick 2 not-for-profit, staff training Ontario not-for-profit, staff training Manitoba 2 not-for-profit, staff training Manitoba 1 not-for-profit, Peer worker Québec publicly funded, peer workers
Adaptability (CoI) +1* −2 +2 −2 1 +2 +1*
COVID-19-related external policy (OS) −2 −2 1 −2 −2 −2 −2
Implementation climate and relative priority (IS) 1 1* −2 −2* 1 +1* +2*
Leadership engagement (IS) 1 +2 +1 +1* +1 +2 +2
Available resources (IS) −2 1* +1* +1 1 1 +2*
Engaging implementation teams during the COVID-19 pandemic (P) −2 1 −2 −2 2 1 +2
  1. * Indicates that there exists a view that is contrary to the overall rating. CFIR Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research, WRAP Wellness Recovery Action Planning. CoI characteristics of the intervention domain, OS outer setting domain, IN inner setting domain, P process domain