Table 1

Alignment of frameworks for analysis of qualitative data

Context: Setting, team and individual elements: CFIR52Initial mechanisms of change in QIC explored: RE35 66–68Social processes in normalising the change: NPT53Questions for interviews with participant clinicians
Context (external and QIC resources))Identity, motivation to improve quality of dementia careCoherence: changes make senseChanges in policy funding processes, fit with organisation and practice, needs of clients, barriers to services or change
Organisation (team, support)Accountability and reward drivers internally and in organisationCognitive participation: engaging others in planning for changes
Collective action: engaging others in change actions
Support provided from manager and team, resources available, accountability for outcomes, recognition
ProfessionalsCollaboration, doing it together, motivation, commitmentCollective action: engaging others in change actionsLearning about evidence-based practice, quality improvements, networking, achievements, CPD and other incentives
Intervention (Guideline recommendations for exercise, carer support and occupational therapy and the Plan-Do-Study-Act process69)Easy to do, credible, achievement and recognitionCollective action- engaging others in change actions
Reflexive monitoring- reviewing effects, evaluating changes
Fit with service and values, flexibility, acceptability, practicality, outcomes
  • CFIR, Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research; CPD, continuing professional development; NPT, normalisation process theory; RE, realist evaluation.