Experiences of using the Theoretical Domains Framework across diverse clinical environments: a qualitative study

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Phillips, C. J. ; Marshall, A. P. ; Chaves, N. J. ; Jankelowitz, S. K. ; Lin, I. B. ; Loy, C. T. ; Rees, G. ; Sakzewski, L. ; Thomas, S. ; To, T. P. ; Wilkinson, S. A. ; Michie, S. (2015)
  • Publisher: Dove Press
  • Journal: Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare, volume 8, pages 139-146 (issn: 1178-2390, eissn: 1178-2390)
  • Related identifiers: pmc: PMC4370908, doi: 10.2147/JMDH.S78458
  • Subject: evidence-based practice | R5-920 | Theoretical Domains Framework, barriers and enablers, behavioral change, evidence-based practice, health care, implementation | Medicine (General) | implementation | Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare | behavioral change | Original Research | barriers and enablers | Theoretical Domains Framework | health care

Cameron J Phillips,1,2 Andrea P Marshall,3,4 Nadia J Chaves,5 Stacey K Jankelowitz,6,7 Ivan B Lin,8 Clement T Loy,9,10 Gwyneth Rees,11 Leanne Sakzewski,12 Susie Thomas,13,14 The-Phung To,15 Shelley A Wilkinson,16,17 Susan Michie18 1Division of Pharmacy, Flinders Medica... View more
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