Achieving behaviour change for detection of Lynch syndrome using the Theoretical Domains Framework Implementation (TDFI) approach: a study protocol

@inproceedings{Taylor2016AchievingBC,
  title={Achieving behaviour change for detection of Lynch syndrome using the Theoretical Domains Framework Implementation (TDFI) approach: a study protocol},
  author={Natalie Jayne Taylor and Janet Cameron Long and Deborah Debono and Rachel Williams and Elizabeth L C Salisbury and Sharron O’Neill and Elizabeth N Eykman and Jeffrey Braithwaite and Melvin T M Chin},
  booktitle={BMC health services research},
  year={2016}
}
BACKGROUND Lynch syndrome is an inherited disorder associated with a range of cancers, and found in 2-5 % of colorectal cancers. Lynch syndrome is diagnosed through a combination of significant family and clinical history and pathology. The definitive diagnostic germline test requires formal patient consent after genetic counselling. If diagnosed early, carriers of Lynch syndrome can undergo increased surveillance for cancers, which in turn can prevent late stage cancers, optimise treatment and… CONTINUE READING
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