Our primary objective is to assess the effects of self-formulated conditional plans to change the health-related behaviours of health consumers and healthcare professionals. Our secondary objective is to explore if the effects of self-formulated conditional plans are modiﬁed by: (i) the form of the plan (e.g., implementation intention, action plan, coping plan); (ii) ﬁdelity to plan development (did the individual participate in its development as planned?); and, (iii) complexity of the targeted behaviour (e.g., number of actions required; regularity of the behaviour).
Squires, J., Presseau, J., Francis, J., Bond, C. M., Fraser, C., Patey, A., Porteous, T., Vachon, B., Tonelli, M., Yu, C., & Grimshaw, J. (2013). Self-formulated conditional plans for changing health behaviour among healthcare consumers and health professionals (Protocol). Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, (12), [CD010869]. https://doi.org/10.1002/14651858.CD010869