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Context matters: measuring implementation climate among individuals and groups

Creator: Jacobs, Sara R, Weiner, Bryan, Bunger, Alicia C

Abstract Background It has been noted that implementation climate is positively associated with implementation effectiveness. However, issues surrounding the measurement of implementation climate, or the extent to which organizational members (more)

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Date Deposited: 2016-07-09

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Figure 1 Five-step process to determine group-level construct from individual data.

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Figure 2 Example of second order CFA model for individually referenced items.

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Figure 3 Example of second order CFA model for group-referenced items.

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