|Normalization Process Theory: the work of implementation - four interrelated generative mechanisms|
|Coherence||Individually and collectively: how the work that defines and organises a practice/intervention is understood as meaningful and invested in, in respect of the knowledge, skills, behaviours and actions required to implement it.|
|Cognitive participation||How the work is perceived as something worthwhile and appropriate to commit their individual time and effort [signing up] to bring about the intended outcome.|
|Collective action||How work practices and the division of labour through which these are carried out are modified or adapted to implement the change/intervention.|
|Reflexive monitoring||How participants’ individually and collectively appraise the intervention and its benefits for participants, in relation to individual and organisational goals.|
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