Identifying behaviour change techniques in an intervention
- What are we trying to accomplish?
- How will we know that a change is an improvement?
- What changes can we make that will result in an improvement?
- Checklist 1: matches the Model for Improvement and the BCTs with notes explaining each domain so you can see what you should be looking for when reviewing other interventions.
- Checklist 3: use this for your intervention to ensure that you have covered all areas to optimise improvement.
- What was the study goal? Was there an explicit “how good by when” target for the goal?
- Can you find evidence about self-monitoring in the paper?
- Can you find the higher order goal for this intervention?
- Was the feedback delivered more than once?
- Can you find evidence of action planning if the goal was not being achieved?
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