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Defining the content and delivery of an intervention to Change AdhereNce to treatment in BonchiEctasis (CAN-BE): a qualitative approach incorporating the Theoretical Domains Framework, behavioural change techniques and stakeholder expert panels
BMC Health Services
  • Amanda McCullough, Bond University
  • Cristin Ryan, Queens University -Belfast
  • Brenda O'Neill, Queens University -Belfast
  • Judy Bradley, Queens University -Belfast
  • J Stuart Elborn, Queens University -Belfast
  • Carmel Hughes, Queens University -Belfast
Date of this Version
1-1-2015
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Journal Article
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Defining the content and delivery of an intervention to Change AdhereNce to treatment in BonchiEctasis (CAN-BE): a qualitative approach incorporating the Theoretical Domains Framework, behavioural change techniques and stakeholder expert panels. BMC Health Services Research, 15(342), 1-11.

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Abstract

Background: Low patient adherence to treatment is associated with poorer health outcomes in bronchiectasis. We sought to use the Theoretical Domains Framework (TDF) (a framework derived from 33 psychological theories) and behavioural change techniques (BCTs) to define the content of an intervention to change patients’ adherence in bronchiectasis (Stage 1 and 2) and stakeholder expert panels to define its delivery (Stage 3).

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Amanda McCullough, Cristin Ryan, Brenda O'Neill, Judy Bradley, et al.. "Defining the content and delivery of an intervention to Change AdhereNce to treatment in BonchiEctasis (CAN-BE): a qualitative approach incorporating the Theoretical Domains Framework, behavioural change techniques and stakeholder expert panels" BMC Health Services Vol. 15 Iss. 342 (2015) p. 1 - 11 ISSN: 1472-6963
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/amanda_mccullough/9/