Improving identification of determinants of evidence-based practice implementation - Barriers Survey

Published: 20 June 2024| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/jp5zcmcdt8.1
Bryan Weiner


This study leveraged an existing implementation effort in Kaiser Permanente Washington to increase access to cancer genetic services. Using OPTICC Stage I and Stage II methods (see, this study matched implementation strategies to high priority determinants for routine hereditary cancer risk assessment and delivery of genetic testing, and evaluated a staged, stakeholder-driven approach to program implementation planning. This dataset consists of responses to our barrier survey, based on a 4-point Likert scale (Example: not at all influential, somewhat influential, influential, extremely influential). The purpose of this survey was to gauge participants' thoughts on how influential and persistent different barriers to care are. These data were collected in July 2023. Six participants responded to this survey.



Implementation of Change


National Institutes of Health