Sustainable Change Sequence: a framework for developing behavior change interventions for patients with long-term conditions

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Elwyn, Glyn; Marrin, Katy; Frosch, Dominick; White, James;

Objective\ud \ud Interactive interventions are increasingly advocated to support behavior change for patients who have long-term conditions. Such interventions are most likely to achieve behavior change when they are based on appropriate theoretical frameworks. Develope... View more
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