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Table 3 Identification of the possible BCTs that could be used in the intervention

From: Improving medication adherence in stroke survivors: the intervention development process

TDF domains Intervention Functions Identified BCTs identified
Knowledge Education Training Enablement 1. Feedback on outcome(s) of the behaviour (2.7) 2. Provide normative information about others behaviour/ experiences (BM5) 3. Information about health consequences (5.1) 4. Self-monitoring of behaviour (2.3) 5. Provide reassurance (RC10) 6. Feedback on behaviour (2.2) 7. Biofeedback (2.6) 8. Information about antecedents (4.2)
Beliefs about consequences Education Persuasion 1. Information about health consequences (5:1) 2. Credible source (9:1) 3. Self-monitoring of outcome(s) of behaviour (2.4) 4. Information about antecedents (4.2) 5. Pros and cons (9.2) 6. Salience of consequences (5.2) 7. Information about social and environmental consequences (5.3) 8. Information about emotional consequences (5.6) 9. Anticipated regret (5.5) 10. Comparative imagining of future outcomes (9.3)
Emotions Persuasion Environmental restructuring Enablement 1. Information about health consequences (5.1) 2. Credible source (9.1) 3. Prompts/cues (7.1) 4. Action planning (1.4) 5. Habit formation (8.3) 6. Self-monitoring of behaviour (2.3) 7. Feedback on behaviour (2.2) 8. Feedback on outcome(s) of the behaviour (2.7) 9. Social support (emotional) (3.3) 10. Reduce negative emotions (11.2)
  1. BCT Behaviour Change Technique, BM5 BCT code relating to a specific focus on the target behaviour (B) and maximising motivation (M), TDF Theoretical Domains Framework