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Table 2 Determinants to SARS-COV-2 POC test implementation: COM-B constructs and TDF domains identified and the corresponding key themes, frequency, and belief statements

From: Strategies to implement SARS-CoV-2 point-of-care testing into primary care settings: a qualitative secondary analysis guided by the Behaviour Change Wheel

COM-B constructs TDF domains Themes Belief statements No. of interviews discussing the theme (n = 22)
Psychological capability Knowledge 1. Limited knowledge of the SARS-CoV-2 POC testing landscape I am/am not familiar with POC tests and how they work. 20
2. Scepticism about the insufficient evidence I am/am not confident about the current evidence base. 15
Psychological capability Behavioural regulation 3. PCPs would adopt POC tests if prescribed by authorities I would/would not implement testing if asked to do so by local/regional/national authorities. 12
Physical capability Skills 4. Professional education and training I do/do not need training support to learn how to operate the tests safely and consistently. 18
Physical opportunity Environmental context and resources 5. Limited workload capacity I do/do not have time and resources to perform extra tasks. 18
Social opportunity Social influences 6. Information sharing across practices I am influenced/not influenced by the opinions of my colleagues and information shared on social media platforms. 12
Automatic motivation Reinforcement 7. Financial incentives I would/would not perform testing if I am paid to do it 19
Reflective motivation Professional role and identity 8. Society will view primary care as an alternative to community testing centres I am/am not worried that healthy members of the public will view us a testing facility. 18
Reflective motivation Beliefs about consequences 9. Perception of assurance/risk I will/will not feel safer about face-to-face interactions with patients. 21