CFIR perspectives on EBPH implementation issues.
|CFIR dimension||Key issues and problems|
|Intervention characteristics||Intervention sources were limited, and most were from external channels; the quality of the evidence was not ideal.|
|Inner setting||The implementation was restricted by the capacity of both the leaders and the subordinates; there was a lack of organizational incentives and rewards for EBPH implementation.|
|Outer setting||Although external policies proposed that practitioners implement evidence-based practices, the execution of the policies was not good, and the government funding was insufficient; there was low patient compliance with the practitioners’ EBPH practices.|
|Individual characteristics||There was a lack of time and energy to practice EBPH and low awareness and identification of EBPH.|
|Implementation process||There was no clear process for EBPH implementation.|