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Table 5 Final set of TARS items

From: From theory to 'measurement' in complex interventions: Methodological lessons from the development of an e-health normalisation instrument

Q. NPT Final Tars Items
1. CA-CI The ehealth system is adequately resourced financially
2. CA-CI Sufficient organizational effort has gone into supporting the ehealth system
3. CA-CI The ehealth system is a different way of working
4. CA-CI The rewards of using the ehealth system outweighs the effort
5. CA-CI Government policy initiatives are supportive of this ehealth system
6. CA-CI This ehealth system is technically and organisationally compatible with other systems and agencies that we are required to work with
7. CA-CI This ehealth system fits in with the priorities and challenges of our organisation
8. CA-CI This organisation has a culture that is supportive of change
9. CA-CI There is a culture in this organisation of involving staff in planning and development
10. CA-SSW Using the ehealth system makes me feel autonomous in my work
11. CA-SSW Using the ehealth system requires co-operation with other staff
12. CA-SSW The workload involved in using the ehealth system is manageable
13. CA-SSW In using the ehealth system, the allocation of work between individuals is appropriate
14. CA-SSW The skills I have are appropriate for using the ehealth system
15. CA-SSW The skills needed to use the ehealth system are easily learned
16. CA-RI I have confidence that using the ehealth system does not put patients at risk
17. CA-RI Using the ehealth system is an efficient use of time
18. CA-RI In using the ehealth system, responsibilities are divided between individuals appropriately
19. CA-RI In using the ehealth system, I understand my accountability for my work
20. CA-RI In using the ehealth system, I understand my liability for my practice
21. CA-RI Technical back-up in using the ehealth system is available if I need it
22. CA-RI I believe there is good evidence about the clinical effectiveness of using the ehealth system
23. CA-IW There is some flexibility in how the ehealth system can be used
24. CA-IW Using the ehealth system leads to positive outcomes for patients
25. CA-IW Using the ehealth system involves the right amount of time spent with patients (on the telephone)
26. CA-IW In using the ehealth system, the quality of professional and patient interaction is good
27. CA-IW The ehealth system is easy to use
28. Coherence The staff who work here have a shared understanding of what the system is for and how it is to be used
29. Cognitive Participation The staff here are committed to making the system work
30. Reflexive Monitoring There are ongoing mechanisms for monitoring and appraising how this ehealth system is used