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Qualitative Study: In-Depth Interviews In Health Care

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3. Describe the methods used in the study. (3 points) A formative qualitative study was conducted using a semi-structured in-depth interviews with CHC medical directors, health care providers, and village health workers (VHWs) in eight CHCs (n = 40) prior to implementing a two-arm cluster RCT. A purposive sampling method was employed to recruit health care providers to achieve representation. The interview guides were pretested with providers from CHCs that were not participating in the study and covered four CFIR domains (intervention, inner, outer and individual characteristics) with selective constructs within each domain. Two qualitative researchers conducted thematic content analysis used both deductive (CFIR theory driven) and inductive…show more content…
2- Because of the lack of training, lengthening the initial training session and adding a booster session to provide opportunities to reflect on experiences and continue to build capacity will be a necessity. 3- Due to the centralized nature of the Viet Nam health care system (top down), early and ongoing engagement with MOH leadership during the grant development phase to align the project with national tobacco control priorities to facilitate implementation. 4- The political and organizational culture of the public health system in Viet Nam, mandate the establishment of an external advisory board with members representing a broad array of key stakeholders, including VINACOSH, hence, this will promote sustainability and scale-up of the intervention. 5. What are some conclusions made by the authors about the application of this framework in this case? (1 points) 1- CFIR provided a valuable framework for evaluating factors that may influence implementation of a systems-level intervention for tobacco control in a LMIC and understand what adaptations may be needed to translate a model of care delivery from a HIC to a
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