Benefits of incentives for breastfeeding and smoking cessation in pregnancy (BIBS): a mixed methods study to inform trial design

Heather Morgan, Patricia Hoddinott* (Corresponding Author), Gill Thomson, Nicola Crossland, Shelley Farrar, Deokhee Yi, Jennifer Margaret Hislop, Victoria Hall Moran, Graeme Stewart MacLennan, Stephan U Dombrowski, Kieran John Rothnie, Fiona Stewart, Linda Bauld, Anne Ludbrook, Fiona Dykes, Falko F Sniehotta, David Tappin, Marion Kay Campbell

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Abstract

The University of Aberdeen (study sponsors) and the HTA (study funders) actively encourage collaboration. Data excerpts are presented in the manuscript. The full dataset cannot be publically available for ethical reasons: public availability would compromise participant privacy. Additional supplementary de-identified quote material to support the findings and conclusions of the paper are available on request. Interested researchers can make an application to the PIs for the study: Prof Pat Hoddinott, (University of Stirling, p.m.hoddinott@stir.ac.uk) and Dr Heather Morgan (University of Aberdeen, h.morgan@abdn.ac.uk) to discuss data sharing and their data requirements. External users will be bound by a University of Aberdeen data sharing agreement, which will be in place prior to release, and will be required to work with the research team to comply with the ethics committee approval for this study. A University of Aberdeen data sharing platform will be used to enable researchers who are given permission to access the data in a secure format
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1-564
Number of pages564
JournalHealth Technology Assessment
Volume19
Issue number30
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Apr 2015

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