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|Title: ||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|
|Authors: ||Ramsay, Craig R.|
Thomas, Ruth E.
Croal, Bernard L.
Grimshaw, Jeremy M.
Eccles, Martin P.
University of Aberdeen, School of Medicine & Dentistry, Division of Applied Health Sciences
|Keywords: ||complex interventions|
RA Public aspects of medicine
|Issue Date: ||29-Sep-2010|
|Citation: ||Ramsay , C R , Thomas , R E , Croal , B L , Grimshaw , J M & Eccles , M P 2010 , ' 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 ' Implementation Science , vol 5 , 71 .|
|Appears in Collections:||Applied Health Sciences research|
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