Troubleshooting in your local setting can be challenging and unpredictable. We suggest enforcing reflective practices in your FiCare practice group, as noticing the taken for granted practices and habits within a practice setting can inform gaps and challenges.
Take time to build a safe environment where members of your team feel safe reporting problems and attitudes about prating FiCare. You can support planning for reflective practice and building a safe space by reviewing normal social processes that commonly occur during any change process.
Normalization Process Theory is a great resource for understanding the mechanisms around change and can foster a way of viewing challenges and gaps in practice through a non-judgemental perspective.