Self-formulated conditional plans for changing health behaviour among healthcare consumers and health professionals (Protocol)

Janet Squires, Justin Presseau, Jillian Francis, Christine M Bond, Cynthia Fraser, Andrea Patey, Terry Porteous, Brigitte Vachon, Marcello Tonelli, Catherine Yu, Jeremy Grimshaw

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Abstract

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).
Original languageEnglish
Article numberCD010869
JournalCochrane Database of Systematic Reviews
Issue number12
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 10 Dec 2013

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Self-formulated conditional plans for changing health behaviour among healthcare consumers and health professionals (Protocol). / Squires, Janet; Presseau, Justin; Francis, Jillian; Bond, Christine M; Fraser, Cynthia; Patey, Andrea; Porteous, Terry; Vachon, Brigitte; Tonelli, Marcello; Yu, Catherine; Grimshaw, Jeremy.

In: Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, No. 12, CD010869, 10.12.2013.

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Squires, Janet ; Presseau, Justin ; Francis, Jillian ; Bond, Christine M ; Fraser, Cynthia ; Patey, Andrea ; Porteous, Terry ; Vachon, Brigitte ; Tonelli, Marcello ; Yu, Catherine ; Grimshaw, Jeremy. / Self-formulated conditional plans for changing health behaviour among healthcare consumers and health professionals (Protocol). In: Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews. 2013 ; No. 12.
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