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Table 2 Overview of key determinants per sector, community and in time

From: Unravelling the factors decisive to the implementation of EPODE-derived community approaches targeting childhood obesity: a longitudinal, multiple case study

Direction Category Determinant Operationalization Comm Initial implementation a Continued implementation a
Edu HC WS Priv Edu HC WS Priv
n = 43 n = 9 n = 33 n = 8 n = 37 n = 14 n = 32 n = 11
Facilitator User Importance Feeling that IACO goals are of importance I–V 61 55 79 100 70 86 53 73
User Self-efficacy Beliefs about the ability to reach IACO goals I–V 47 33 36   41 36 40  
Innovation Uptake into routine Possibility to integrate IACO activities into daily working routine I, II, V    30   38 21   
Innovation Possibilities to adapt Possibility to adapt non-essential elements of IACO I–IV 54       22  
User Moral obligation Having considerations, stemming from personal values, about whether it is ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ to implement the IACO I–III     68     
User Goal compatibility Compatibility of IACO goals with organizational or user goals I–V         46
Community & context External collaboration Collaboration community stakeholders with respect to IACO I–V     38     
Innovation Compatibility Level to which IACO activities are compatible with pre-existing practices I–IV   44       18
Barrier Innovation Completeness Completeness of IACO activities (e.g. parent meeting) and materials (i.e. manuals, gadgets) I–IV 35 44   50    22  
Community & context Shared commitment Feeling of shared commitment with community partners for IACO implementation I–V     38     46
Innovation Procedural clarity Level in which IACO procedures are clear I–V    30      46
Community & context (Anticipated) response target population Level of participation of children and parents in IACO activities I–V       28   36
User Time/resources Availability of time/resources to implement IACO I–V 28     27    
Community & context External collaboration Collaboration community stakeholders with respect to IACO I–V    27     25  
Organization Financial resources Availability financial resources organization to implement IACO II–V    27     22  
Community & context Observability implementation Observability of IACO implementation by other community stakeholders III     68     
Innovation Management innovation Management/organization of innovation I, III, V       43   
Innovation strategies Reinforcement strategies Reinforcement strategies to promote ongoing IACO use (e.g. a training or new promotional materials) I–V      36    
Organization Organizational turbulence Changes in organization affecting IACO implementation (e.g. reorganization, cuts) I–V   33       
Innovation Compatibility Level to which IACO activities are compatible with pre-existing practices I–V   33       
Innovation Instrumentality Quality and durability of materials I, IV 30        
User Implementation priority Priority assigned to implementation of IACO I–IV      30    
Community & context Limiting factors target population Level to which limiting factors (i.e. behavioural, financial problems) are present in target population I, III, V       29   
  1. Comm Communities, Edu Educational sector, HC Health Care sector, WS Welfare & Sports sector, Priv Private sector
  2. a Percentage of stakeholders naming the key determinant is displayed