Assessing adherence, competence and differentiation in a stepped-wedge randomised clinical trial of a complex behaviour change intervention
Eating As Treatment (EAT) study protocol: a stepped-wedge, randomised controlled trial of a health behaviour change intervention provided by dietitians to improve nutrition in patients with head and neck cancer undergoing radiotherapy
Eating As Treatment (EAT): a stepped-wedge, randomized controlled trial of a health behavior change intervention provided by dietitians to improve nutrition in patients with head and neck cancer undergoing radiation therapy (TROG 12.03)
- Britton, Ben, Baker, Amanda L., Wolfenden, Luke, Wratten, Chris, Bauer, Judith, Beck, Alison K., McCarter, Kristen, Harowfield, Jane, Isenring, Elizabeth, Tang, Colin, Oldmeadow, Chris, Carter, Gregory
Effectiveness of clinical practice change strategies in improving dietitian care for head and neck cancer patients according to evidence based clinical guidelines: a stepped wedge randomised controlled trial
Fidelity considerations in translational research: Eating As Treatment — a stepped wedge, randomised controlled trial of a dietitian delivered behaviour change counselling intervention for head and neck cancer patients undergoing radiotherapy
Head and neck cancer patient experience of a new dietitian-delivered health behaviour intervention: 'you know you have to eat to survive'
Interventions to improve screening and appropriate referral of patients with cancer for psychosocial distress: systematic review
Is fidelity to a complex behaviour change intervention associated with patient outcomes? Exploring the relationship between dietitian adherence and competence and the nutritional status of intervention patients
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