Advancing cumulative evidence on behaviour change techniques and interventions: a comment on Peters, de Bruin, and Crutzen.

@article{Michie2015AdvancingCE,
  title={Advancing cumulative evidence on behaviour change techniques and interventions: a comment on Peters, de Bruin, and Crutzen.},
  author={Susan Michie and Blair T. Johnson and Marie Johnston},
  journal={Health psychology review},
  year={2015},
  volume={9 1},
  pages={25-9}
}
Synthesising trial evidence to assist in the design and implementation of behaviour change interventions presents enormous challenges. Methods that have been used in the past, involving meta-analyses of randomised controlled trials of specific intervention ‘packages’ in poorly specified contexts, coupled with subjective judgements about generalisability, are now being superseded by more systematic approaches involving application of theory and precise systems for characterising the content and… CONTINUE READING
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