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Using the theory of planned behaviour as a process evaluation tool in randomised trials of knowledge translation strategies : A case study from UK primary care

By Craig R. Ramsay, Ruth E. Thomas, Bernard L. Croal, Jeremy M. Grimshaw and Martin P. Eccles


Peer reviewedPublisher PD

Topics: complex interventions, professionals, intentions, model, RA Public aspects of medicine, RA
Year: 2010
DOI identifier: 10.1186/1748-5908-5-71
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