Browsing publications by Dr Justin Presseau

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Dr Justin Presseau
Discriminant content validity of a Theoretical Domains Framework questionnaire for use in implementation research2014
Dr Tarja Heponiemi
Dr Justin Presseau
Professor Martin Eccles
General practitioners’ psychosocial resources, distress, and sickness absence: a study comparing the UK and Finland2014
Dr Justin Presseau
Professor Falko Sniehotta
Goal conflict and goal facilitation in community-based cardiac rehabilitation: A theory-based interview study2014
Dr Justin Presseau
Dr Gillian Hawthorne
Professor Falko Sniehotta
Dr Nick Steen
Dr Jill Francis
et al.
Improving Diabetes care through Examining, Advising, and prescribing (IDEA): Protocol for a theory-based cluster randomised controlled trial of a multiple behaviour change intervention aimed at primary healthcare professionals2014
Professor Jeremy Grimshaw
Dr Justin Presseau
Professor Martin Eccles
Dr Jill Francis
Looking inside the black box: results of a theory-based process evaluation exploring the results of a randomized controlled trial of printed educational messages to increase primary care physicians' diabetic retinopathy referrals [Trial registration number ISRCTN72772651]2014
Dr Justin Presseau
Potential determinants of health-care professionals' use of survivorship care plans: a qualitative study using the theoretical domains framework2014
Dr Justin Presseau
Dr Tarja Heponiemi
Professor Martin Eccles
Dr Nick Steen
Dr Susan Hrisos
et al.
Reflective and Automatic Processes in Health Care Professional Behavior: A Dual Process Model Tested Across Multiple Behaviours2014
Professor Falko Sniehotta
Dr Justin Presseau
Dr Vera Araujo-Soares
Time to retire the theory of planned behaviour2014
Dr Justin Presseau
Use of action planning to increase provision of smoking cessation care by general practitioners: role of plan specificity and enactment2014
Dr Vera Araujo-Soares
Dr Angela Rodrigues
Dr Justin Presseau
Professor Falko Sniehotta
Adolescent sunscreen use in springtime: A prospective predictive study informed by a belief elicitation investigation2013
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