Characteristics of Individuals
From CFIR Wiki
Organizations are made up of individuals. Setting and intervention constructs are rooted, ultimately, in the actions and behaviors of individuals. Little is known about the interplay between individuals and their ripple effects through their teams, units, networks, and organizations on implementation.
The Theory of Planned Behavior is a theory that is often applied in implementation to guide individual-level behavior change. Click here  for an online manual that provides a short description of this theory, how it works, steps in developing an interview guide based on TPB and step-by-step examples for interview questions and quantitatively measured items. This manual was developed by the Research-based Education and Quality Improvement (ReBEQI) supported by the European Commission.
- Individual Identification with Organization
- Individual Stage of Change
- Knowledge & Beliefs about the Intervention
- Other Personal Attributes