CFIR >> Feasibility
Feasibility is the extent to which a new treatment, or an innovation, can be successfully used or carried out within a given agency or setting. 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
|Behavioral Interventionist Satisfaction Survey (Feasibility/Acceptability Scale)|
|The BISS is a 47-item instrument measuring perceptions of problem solving therapy. There is a 5 item Feasibility/Acceptability sub-scale).|
|Children’s Usage Rating Profile (Feasibility Scale)|
|The CURP is a 23-item instrument measuring acceptability and feasibility of children’s intervention. (There is an 8-item feasibility sub-scale)|
|Ebert Providers’ Perception of IC Questionnaire|
|This survey was used to measure providers’ perceptions of integrated care for smoking cessation. (Items are not available).|
|Evital Feasibility Questionnaire|
|29-item questionnaire used to assess perceived feasibility of a taxonomy and toolkit to evaluate health-related habits and lifestyle (eVITAL).|
|Feasibility of a Screening Tool|
|5-item instrument assessing perceptions of a mental health screening tool.|
|Feasibility of Administering the Screening Tool for Autism in Toddlers and Young Children|
|13-item instrument assessing training experience for a screening tool for autism in toddlers and young children.|
|Feasibility of the Stages of Recovery Instrument|
|7-item instrument assessing feasibility of completing the Stages of Recovery Instrument (STORI)|
|Feasibility Questionnaire for Threshold Assessment Grid|
|8-item instrument measuring the feasibility of the Threshold Assessment Grid (TAG) for routine assessment of severity of mental health problems.|
|Malte Post-treatment Smoking Cessation Beliefs Measure (Feasibility Scale)|
|28-item instrument assessing provider perceptions of smoking cessation treatment (feasibility/complexity sub-scale; items available from the authors).|
|Parenting Strategies Questionnaire|
|3-item instrument assessing the acceptability, usability, and behavioral intention to use the Stepping Stones Program for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.|
16-item instrument used to assess staff’s perceived ease of use of the e-Volution-TREAT system as a care planning tool for clients with mental health problems and addictions.
Instrument used to rate readiness to implement knowledge and skills related to tobacco cessation, as well as the feasibility and importance of incorporating clinical tools into practice (items not available).
The SAFE is a 16-item instrument to assess the extent to an intervention is feasibile for implementation in mental health services.
10-item instrument designed to evaluate the usability and user satisfaction with web-based applications and other technologies.
10-item instrument to assess feasibility, acceptability, and perceived utility of leadership training for implementation (2-item feasibility scale).
Trent, L., Buchanan, E., & Young, J. (Results are unpublished).
32-item instrument measuring likelihood to recommend treatment, effectiveness of treatment, and credibility of treatment.
15-item Instrument used to assess feasibility, acceptability, participant satisfaction, and perceived impact on participants’ confidence and competence following a training program in CBT (Items not available).