What Gets Noticed: How Barrier and Facilitator Perceptions Relate to the Adoption and Implementation of Innovative Mental Health Practices

@article{Seffrin2008WhatGN,
  title={What Gets Noticed: How Barrier and Facilitator Perceptions Relate to the Adoption and Implementation of Innovative Mental Health Practices},
  author={Bev Seffrin and Phyllis C. Panzano and Dee Roth},
  journal={Community Mental Health Journal},
  year={2008},
  volume={44},
  pages={475-484}
}
This mixed-method study examined the facilitators and barriers discussed by 166 informants interviewed from 78 innovative mental health projects. Facilitator and barrier coding reflected two dimensions: the topic of the comment (e.g., funding); and the time phase of the issue’s influence (e.g., pre-decision). Proportions of facilitators to the sum of facilitator and barrier comments made by project informants were calculated. Overall, facilitator proportions were higher for projects that… CONTINUE READING
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