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(Willis Thomas)
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  • To what extent can behaviour change techniques be identified within an adaptable implementation package for primary care? A prospective directed content analysis. [Journal Article]
  • ISImplement Sci 2018 02 17; 13(1):32
  • Glidewell L, Willis TA, … ASPIRE programme team
  • CONCLUSIONS: We have demonstrated a transparent process for selecting, operationalising and verifying the BCT content in implementation packages adapted to target four quality indicators in primary care. There was considerable overlap in BCTs identified across the four indicators suggesting core BCTs can be embedded and verified within delivery mechanisms commonly available to primary care. Whilst feedback reports can include a wide range of BCTs, computerised prompts can deliver BCTs at the time of decision making, and educational outreach can allow for flexibility and individual tailoring in delivery.
  • Leading Healthy Lives: Lifestyle Medicine for Medical Students. [Journal Article]
  • AJAm J Lifestyle Med 2019 Mar-Apr; 13(2):213-219
  • Malatskey L, Essa-Hadad J, … Rudolf MCJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: Although lifestyle medicine knowledge is valued by medical students, a 24-hour intensive lifestyle medicine curriculum delivered over 3 days appears to be ineffective in preventing worsening lifestyle behaviors over the course of the year. This is especially concerning as physicians are unlikely to provide effective guidance if they cannot sustain healthy behaviors themselves.
  • Using the Theoretical Domains Framework (TDF) to understand adherence to multiple evidence-based indicators in primary care: a qualitative study. [Journal Article]
  • ISImplement Sci 2016 Aug 08; 11:113
  • Lawton R, Heyhoe J, … ASPIRE programme
  • CONCLUSIONS: The TDF helped elicit a wide range of reported determinants of adherence to 'high-impact' indicators in primary care. It was more difficult to pinpoint which determinants, if targeted by an implementation strategy, would maximise change. The meta-themes broadly underline the need to align the design of interventions targeting general practices with higher level supports and broader contextual considerations. However, our findings suggest that it is feasible to develop interventions to promote the uptake of different evidence-based indicators which share common features whilst also including content-specific adaptations.
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