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Table 2 COM-B factors to look for in the analysis

From: Nursing staffs self-perceived outcome from a rehabilitation 24/7 educational programme – a mixed-methods study in stroke care

COM-B factors: Identified as:
Physical Capability Having the physical skills to work towards the patient’s goals; having the physical skills to work systematically with a rehabilitative approach
Psychological Capability Understanding nursing roles and functions in the rehabilitation process; understanding the concept of rehabilitation; knowing and understanding the reason for working with goals in rehabilitation; knowing how to collaborate with the patient; knowing how to collaborate with the interdisciplinary collaborators.
Physical Opportunity Having the opportunity to document goal-setting, progress, etc.; having time, resources and the physical space to work systematically with a rehabilitative approach
Social Opportunity Fostering a culture in which the nursing staff can work effectively and take co-responsibility for achieving the patient’s goals; observing senior nurses working deliberately and systematically with the patient’s goals in mind; having social and cultural norms that strengthen respect for nursing roles and functions; appreciating the value of a rehabilitative approach
Automatic Motivation Following established routines and habits for working deliberately and systematically towards the patient’s goals and with a rehabilitative approach
Reflective Motivation Having a strong professional identity; believing that it is possible to integrate rehabilitation principles into daily care; believing that a rehabilitative approach is important; believing that a systematic rehabilitative approach will improve the patient’s outcome