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Table 8 Site 1 Chi Square analysis of agreement with TARS items by perception of level of routinisation

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

   Partly routinen (non-agree, agree) Completely routinen (non-agree, agree) χ
4 The rewards of using the e-Health system outweighs the effort 23 (17, 6) 14 (5, 9) 5.268*
5 Government policy initiatives are supportive of this e-Health system 26 (13, 13) 11 (0, 11) 8.479**
7 This e-Health system fits in with the priorities and challenges of our organization 27 (21, 6) 14 (3, 11) 12.061***
8 This organization has a culture that is supportive of change 30 (18, 12) 14 (1, 13) 10.870***
16 I have confidence that using the e-Health system does not put patients at risk 28 (12, 16) 14 (1, 13) 5.570*
17 Using the e-Health system is an efficient use of time 29 (20, 9) 14 (5, 9) 4.289*
19 In using the e-Health system, I understand my accountability for my work 29 (7, 22) 14 (0, 14) 4.036*
21 Technical back-up in using the e-Health system is available if I need it 28 (11, 17) 14 (1, 13) 4.725*
27 The e-Health system is easy to use 28 (17, 11) 14 (3, 11) 5.775*
28 The staff who work here have a shared understanding of what the system is for and how it is to be used 27 (18, 9) 14 (2, 12) 10.124***
29 The staff here are committed to making the system work 25 (12, 13) 14 (2, 12) 4.433*
30 There are ongoing mechanisms for monitoring and appraising how this e-Health system is used 15 (8, 7) 14 (2, 12) 4.887*