CFIR >>Appropriateness Instruments

Appropriateness is the perceived fit, relevance, or compatibility of the innovation or evidence based practice for a given practice setting, provider, or consumer; and/or perceived fit of the innovation to address a particular issue or problem. (Proctor et. al., 2011)
To see the head-to-head comparisons of the evidence-based assessment rating profiles for the instruments listed below, please click on the image below.
  The individual pages for each instrument are currently under construction. Please check back mid-September 2019 for the results from our team’s revised Implementation Outcomes review.
Guerrero “Relevancy” Measure
Guerrero 2016
Measure of relevancy of leadership strategies in addiction health services.
Influences on Psychotherapy Training Participation Scale
Lyon 2010
20-item instrument measuring likelihood of participating in professional trainings in new psychotherapy practices.
Knowledge Exchange Outcomes Tool
Skinner 2007
44-item instrument measuring outcomes of knowledge exchange.
Moore & Benbasat Adoption of Information Technology Innovation Measure (Compatibility Scale)
Moore 1991
34-Item instrument measuring adoption of information technology innovation (4 item compatibility sub-scale)

Parenting Strategies Questionnaire

Whittingham 2006

3-item instrument measuring the usefulness of 22 parenting strategies (usefulness scale).

Pre-Referral Strategies Team Inventory

Yetter 2010

24-item instrument measuring the appropriateness and acceptability of school-based pre-referral teams.