Using a behaviour change techniques taxonomy to identify active ingredients within trials of implementation interventions for diabetes care

@inproceedings{Presseau2015UsingAB,
  title={Using a behaviour change techniques taxonomy to identify active ingredients within trials of implementation interventions for diabetes care},
  author={Justin Presseau and Noah M Ivers and James J Newham and Keegan Knittle and Kristin J Danko and Jeremy M. Grimshaw},
  booktitle={Implementation science : IS},
  year={2015}
}
BACKGROUND Methodological guidelines for intervention reporting emphasise describing intervention content in detail. Despite this, systematic reviews of quality improvement (QI) implementation interventions continue to be limited by a lack of clarity and detail regarding the intervention content being evaluated. We aimed to apply the recently developed Behaviour Change Techniques Taxonomy version 1 (BCTTv1) to trials of implementation interventions for managing diabetes to assess the capacity… CONTINUE READING
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