Intervention Component Analysis (ICA): a pragmatic approach for identifying the critical features of complex interventions

@inproceedings{Sutcliffe2015InterventionCA,
  title={Intervention Component Analysis (ICA): a pragmatic approach for identifying the critical features of complex interventions},
  author={Katy Sutcliffe and James Thomas and Gillian Stokes and Kate Hinds and Mukdarut Bangpan},
  booktitle={Systematic reviews},
  year={2015}
}
BACKGROUND In order to enable replication of effective complex interventions, systematic reviews need to provide evidence about their critical features and clear procedural details for their implementation. Currently, few systematic reviews provide sufficient guidance of this sort. METHODS Through a worked example, this paper reports on a methodological approach, Intervention Component Analysis (ICA), specifically developed to bridge the gap between evidence of effectiveness and practical… CONTINUE READING
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