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Table 2 NPT Coding Framework

From: Understanding factors affecting patient and public engagement and recruitment to digital health interventions: a systematic review of qualitative studies

Coherence (CO) Cognitive Participation (CP) Collective Action (CA) Reflexive Monitoring (RM)
The sense-making work that people do individually and collectively when faced with engaging and enrolling in a digital health intervention The relational work that people do individually and collectively to build and sustain engagement and enrolment in a digital health intervention The operational work that people do by investing effort and resources to engage with and sign up to a digital health intervention The appraisal work that people do to evaluate engagement and recruitment to a digital health intervention that affects them and others around them
Differentiation (CO-d) Enrolment (CP-e) Skillset Workability (CA-sw) Reconfiguration (RM-r)
Defining, dividing up and categorizing tasks Recruiting the self and others to tasks Allocating tasks and performances Modifying or changing tasks
Communal Specification CO-cs) Activation (CP-a) Contextual Integration (CA-ci) Communal Appraisal (RM-ca)
Making sense of shared versions of tasks Organising a shared contribution to tasks Supporting, resources and integrating tasks in their social contexts Shared evaluation of contributions to tasks
Individual Specification (CO-is) Initiation (CP-i) Interactional Workability (CA-iw) Individual Appraisal (RM-ia)
Making sense of personal versions of tasks Organizing an individual contribution to tasks Doing tasks, and achieving outcomes in practice Individual evaluation of contributions to tasks
Internalization (CO-i) Legitimation (CP-l) Relational Integration (CA-ri) Systematization (RM-s)
Learning how to do tasks in context Making tasks the right thing to do Developing confidence and communicating reliable knowledge about tasks Organizing a reliable stock of knowledge about tasks