Methods used to address fidelity of receipt in health intervention research: a citation analysis and systematic review

@inproceedings{Rixon2016MethodsUT,
  title={Methods used to address fidelity of receipt in health intervention research: a citation analysis and systematic review},
  author={Lorna Rixon and Justine Baron and Nadine McGale and Fabiana Lorencatto and Jillian J. Francis and Anna K. Davies},
  booktitle={BMC health services research},
  year={2016}
}
BACKGROUND The American Behaviour Change Consortium (BCC) framework acknowledges patients as active participants and supports the need to investigate the fidelity with which they receive interventions, i.e. receipt. According to this framework, addressing receipt consists in using strategies to assess or enhance participants' understanding and/or performance of intervention skills. This systematic review aims to establish the frequency with which receipt is addressed as defined in the BCC… CONTINUE READING
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