IHR process evaluation publications

Richards DA, Rhodes S, Ekers D, McMillan D, Taylor RS, Byford S, Barrett B, Finning K, Ganguli P, Warren FC, Farrand PA, Gilbody S, Kuyken W, O’Mahen H, Watkins ER, Wright KA, Reed N, Fletcher E, Hollon SD, Moore L, Backhouse A, Farrow C, Garry J, Kemp D, Plummer F, Warner F, Woodhouse R. (2017). Cost and Outcome of Behavioural Activation (COBRA): a randomised, controlled trial of Behavioural Activation versus Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Depression.  Health Technology Assessment 21(46): 1-366. doi: 10.3310/hta21460

Lambert J., Greaves CJ., Farrand P. et al. (2017) Assessment of fidelity in individual level behaviour change interventions promoting physical activity among adults: a systematic review. BMC Public Health 17 (1): 765

Lloyd J., Dean S., Creanor S., Abraham C., Hillsdon M., and Ryan E. (2017) Intervention fidelity in the definitive cluster randomised controlled trial of the Healthy Lifestyles Programme (HeLP) trial: findings from the process evaluation. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity. doi: 10.1186/s12966-017-0616-6

Finning K., Richards D.A., Moore L., et al. (2017) Cost and outcome of behavioural activation versus cognitive behavioural therapy for depression (COBRA): a qualitative process evaluation. BMJ Open 7: e014161. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2016-01416

Segrott J., Murphy S., Rothwell H., Scourfield J., Foxcroft D., Gillespie D., Holliday J., Hood K., Hurlow C., Morgan-Trimmer S., Phillips C., Reed H., Roberts Z. and Moore L. (2017) An application of Extended Normalisation Process Theory in a randomised controlled trial of a complex social intervention: process evaluation of the Strengthening Families Programme (10-14) in Wales, UK, SSM Population Health 3: 255-265

Morgan-Trimmer S. and Wood F. (2016) Ethnographic methods for process evaluations of complex health behaviour interventions. Trials 17: 232. doi: 10.1186/s13063-016-1340-2

Richards D.A., Bower P., Chew-Graham C., Gask L., Lovell K., Cape J., Pilling S., Araya R., Kessler D., Barkham M., Bland J.M., Gilbody S, Green C, Lewis G, Manning C., Kontopantelis E., Hill J.J., Hughes-Morley A., Russell, A. (2016). Clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of collaborative care for depression in UK primary care (CADET): a cluster randomised controlled trial. Health Technology Assessment 20 (14).

Varley A., Warren F.C., Richards S.H., Calitri R., Chaplin K., Fletcher E., Holt T.A., Lattimer V., Murdoch J., Richards D.A., Campbell J. (2016) The effect of nurses’ preparedness and nurse practitioner status on triage call management in primary care: A secondary analysis of cross-sectional data from the ESTEEM trial. International Journal of Nursing Studies 58: 12-20

Murdoch J., Varley A., Fletcher E., Britten N., Price L., Calitri R., Green C., Lattimer V., Richards S.H., Richards D.A., Salisbury C., Taylor R.S. and Campbell J.L. (2015) Implementing telephone triage in general practice: a process evaluation of a cluster randomised controlled trial. BMC Family Practice 516 (1): 47

Gillison F., Stathi A., Reddy P., Perry R., Taylor G., Bennett P., Dunbar J. and Greaves C. (2015) Processes of behavior change and weight loss in a theory-based weight loss intervention program: a test of the process model for lifestyle behavior change. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 12 (2): doi:10.1186/s12966-014-0160-6

Murdoch J., Barnes R., Pooler J., Lattimer V., Fletcher E. and Campbell J. (2014) Question design in nurse-led and GP-led telephone triage for same-day appointment requests: a comparative investigation. BMJ Open 4 (4) DOI: 10.1136/bmjopen-2013-
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Greaves CJ (2014) Uptake of behavior change techniques – a key focus for process analysis and for intervention delivery: a comment on Hankonen et al. Annals of Behavioral Medicine: doi: 10.1007/s12160-014-9630-y

Coupe, N., Anderson, E., Gask, L., Sykes, P., Richards, D.A., Chew-Graham, C. (2014). Facilitating professional liaison in collaborative care for depression in UK primary care; a qualitative study utilising normalisation process theory. BMC Family Practice, 15:78 doi:10.1186/1471-2296-15-78

Poltawski L., Norris M.  and Dean S. (2014) Intervention fidelity: developing an experience-based model for rehabilitation research  Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine 46 (7): 609–615

Denford S., Campbell J.L., Frost J. and Greaves C.J. (2013) Processes of change in an asthma self-care intervention. Qualitative Health Research 23 (10): 1419-1429

Morgan-Trimmer S. (2013) Improving process evaluations of health behavior interventions: learning from the social sciences. Evaluation and the Health Professions, doi: 0.1177/0163278713497363

Gask, L., Bower, P., Lovell, K., Escott, D., Archer, J., Gilbody, S., Lankshear, A., Simpson, A. & Richards, D.A. (2010). What work has to be done to implement collaborative care for depression? Process evaluation of a trial utilizing the Normalization Process Model. Implementation Science 5 (15)