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Step 3: Selecting Intervention Types and Policy Options

Step Three in the Behaviour Change Wheel process involves identifying the broad types of interventions that could be used.

Step 3 in the Behaviour Change Wheel process involves identifying the broad types of interventions that could be used to change the target behaviour. Let’s take a look at how this step was applied in our example.

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Behaviour Change Interventions: Introductory Principles and Practice

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