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Ability to Participate Assesses the perceived ability to perform one’s usual social roles and activities... 
Acceptability "Perception among implementation stakeholders that a given treatment, service, practice or innovatio...Rogers, E.M. (1995). Diffusion of innovations (4th ed.). New York: The Free Press. ...
Adaptability The degree to which an intervention can be adapted, tailored, refined, or reinvented to meet local n... Damschroder, L., Aron, D., Keith, R., Kirsh, S., Alexander, J., & Lowery, J. (2009). Fostering impl...
Adopter attitudes "Attitudes toward innovation can be a facilitating or limiting factor in the dissemination and imple...  Acceptability
Adoption "The intention, initial decision, or action to try or employ an innovation or evidence-based practic... Glasgow and colleagues RE-AIM framework and Rogers' Diffusion of Innovations theory (1) Glasgow, R.... Penetration
Anticipated regret 1. Anticipated regret refers to beliefs about whether or not feelings of regret or upset will follow...Regret theory (a type of decision theory)
Anxiety A relatively permanent state of worry and nervousness occurring in a variety of mental disorders, us...  Worry
Appropriateness "Perceived fit, relevance, or compatibility of the innovation or evidence based practice for a given... Rogers' Diffusion of Innovations theory Rogers, E.M. (1995). Diffusion of innovations (4th ed.). Ne... Acceptability , Feasibility
Asthma Impact Assesses symptoms and impacts specific to asthma that are not adequately captured by other general i... 
Attention to mailed materials Whether mailing recipients remember getting mailings and read the information... 
Attitudes 1. a learned predisposition to respond in a consistently favorable or unfavorable manner with respec...TRA, other attitude theories Virtually every behavioral theory has a construct that is similar to attitudes (specified below)


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