|The combined-functional and context construct refers to the climate and culture of an organization which is affected by a wide ranged of operational, leadership, and staff characteristics that together, contribute to the effective dissemination of interventions in specific setting and promotes sustainability.
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Estabrooks et al. (2009)
|The ACT is a 56-item measure of organizational context for healthcare settings in terms of eight context categories, including culture, leadership and evaluation.
Charles Glisson (2006)
|The Children’s Services Survey is an instrument with an unspecified number of items used to assess both organizational culture and climate.
Bahtsevani, Willman, Khalaf, & Ostman (2008)
|The Clinical Practice Guidelines Implementation Instrument is a 23-item instrument used to assess the strengths, effectiveness and implementation strategies of CPGs.
McCormack et al. (2009)
|The Context Assessment Index is a 37-item instrument used to provide clinicians with the means to assess and understand the context in which they work and the effect this has on using evidence in practice.
Miseung Shim (2010)
|The Culture and Climate Survey is a 58-item instrument used to assess organizational culture and climate and their effects on employee turnover in the child welfare area.
Duckers et al.
|The Duckers Organizational Measure is a 15-item instrument used to measure organizational support, team organization and external change support.
Mihalic & Irwin (2003)
|The Factors Related to Program Implementation (FRPI) Measure is a 24-item scale used to assess organizational climate, staff characteristics and supervisor characteristics.
|The General Organization Index (GOI) is a 12-item instrument used to measure a set of general operating characteristics of an organization hypothesized to be related to its overall capacity to implement and sustain any evidence-based practice
Aiken & Patrician (2000)
|The Nursing Work Index Revisited (NWI – R) is a 57-item instrument used to measure characteristics of professional nursing practice environments.
Bouckenooghe, Devos, & Van Den Broeck (2009)
|The OCQ- C, P, R is a 42-item assessment tool used to gauge the internal context or climate of change, the process factors of change, and readiness for change.
Berliner, Kolko, & Dorsey
|The Organization Checklist is a 7-item instrument used to assess employees’ perspectives of clinical practice related to Evidence-based Practices at their agency.
Joan Ash (1997)
|The Organizational Attributes Survey is a 37-item instrument used to identify the organizational factors that influence the diffusion of end user online literature searching, the computer-based patient record, and electronic mail systems in academic health sciences centers in the United States.
Glisson and Hemmelgarn (1998)
|The Organizational Social Context (OSC) measurement system is a 105-item instrument used to provide a comprehensive profile of an organization’s social context that can be compared with national norms and used in a variety of service system intervention efforts and effectiveness studies.
Weiss, Anderson, & Lasker (2002)
|The Partnership Self-Assessment Tool is a 67-item questionnaire used to identify the strengths and weaknesses of a partnership, as well as the steps that the partners can take to improve the collaboration process.
Cramm, Strating, & Nieboer (2011)
|The Dutch PSAT is a 15-item instrument used to measure the extent to which partnership synergy is created within quality improvement programs in the Netherlands
Shortell et al. (2000)
|The Quality Improvement Implementation Survey II is an 81-item instrument used to assess the culture of the participating hospitals, as well as hospitals’ efforts to improve the quality of care and services they provide.
Texas Christian University (2005)
|The SOF is a 162-item survey measuring needs and pressures for change, general resources, staff attributes, organizational climate, job attitudes, and several specific workplace practices.
Hanges, Leslie, Keller (2004)
|The Organizational Climate and Culture Survey is an instrument with an unspecified number of items used to identify changes in climate and culture for teamwork and diversity at the UM Libraries.
Yano, Fleming, et al. (2007)
|The VA Clinical Practice Organizational Survey (Chief of Staff Module) is a 42-item survey that asks about the organization and processes of care specific to the participating VA. Questions focus on hospital characteristics, training programs, clinical practice arrangements, and local quality improvement activities.
Yano, Fleming, et al. (2008)
|The VA Clinical Practice Organizational Survey (Primary Care Director Module) is a 54-item survey that asks about the organization and management of primary care specific to the participating site; questions focus on program characteristics such as structure, resources, practice arrangements and quality improvement.
Yano, Fleming, et al. (2008)
|The VA Clinical Practice Organizational Survey is a 4-item instrument used to measure the environment of a mental health practice in terms of pace, readiness for change, stressfulness, and more.
|Adoption of Information Technology InnovationMoore & Benbesat (1991)
|The Adoption of Information Technology Innovation survey is a 43-item instrument used to assess voluntariness, relative advantage, compatibility, image, ease of use, result demonstrability, visability, and trialability of a technology innovation.
|Adoption of Smoking Cessation Expert SystemHoving, Mudde & de Vries (2006)
|The Adoption of Smoking Cessation Expert System is a 16-item instrument designed to measure determinants influencing the decision to adopt the expert system.
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