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Table 2 Theory and constructs mentioned in each providers’ programme plans and staff training

From: The theoretical basis of a nationally implemented type 2 diabetes prevention programme: how is the programme expected to produce changes in behaviour?

  Provider A Provider B Provider C Provider D
Design Training Design Training Design Training Design Training
Model of behaviour mentioned
 Action planning [34]        
 Behaviour Change Wheel [35]        
 COM-B Model [29]       
 Control Theory [36]        
 Dual Processing Theory [37]       
 Health Action Model [38]        
 Health Belief Model [39]        
 Leventhal’s Common Sense Model [30]       
 “Positive Model of Good Health” [40]        
 Self-Regulation Theory [41]      
 Self-Determination Theory [32]        
 Social Cognitive Theory [31]       
 Social Learning Theory [42]        
 Stages of Change Model [43]        
 Theory of Planned Behaviour [33]       
 The Process Model of Lifestyle Behaviour Change [44]       
Constructs mentioned
 Attitudes        
 Behavioural regulation      
 Capability       
 Cognitive illness representations       
 Consequences       
 Coping Styles        
 Costs/benefits        
 Descriptive norms       
 Goals      
 Intentions        
 Intrinsic motivation, social support, competence        
 Health beliefs     
 Knowledge acquisition        
 Motivation      
 Motivation, action and maintenance processes        
 Pre-contemplation, contemplation, preparation, action, maintenance        
 Risk perceptions        
 Opportunity       
 Problem solving abilities        
 Self-efficacy   
 Social environment        
 Social influences        
 Vicarious experience       
  1. Note: Staff training includes the pre-course reading and face-to-face core training sessions