Understanding intervention effectiveness: analysing potential for change, improving intervention reporting, and using machine-readable decision justifications

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Description: This symposium aims to improve intervention development, analysis, and reporting practices, benefiting both practitioners and researchers by presenting five innovative approaches to understanding and communicating intervention effectiveness. These approaches represent tools that can be used in practice but are based on fundamental behavior change research, thereby facilitating knowledge translation in behavior change settings. Developing effective behavior change interventions to enhance health requires close cooperation between practitioners, behavior change professionals, and target population individuals. This close cooperation in turn requires a shared vocabulary, shared means of unequivocally expressing intervention content and development decisions, and tools consistent with insights from behavior change science. This symposium provides those.

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This OSF repo contains supplemental materials for an EHPS 2019 symposium. Abstract Aims: This symposium aims to improve intervention development, analysis, and reporting practices, benefiting both practitioners and researchers by presenting five innovative approaches to understanding and communicating intervention effectiveness. These approaches represent tools that can be used in practice but are...

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