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Table 1 Topic guide for baseline and post-intervention interviews conducted as part of the feasibility project

From: An exploration of how clinician attitudes and beliefs influence the implementation of lifestyle risk factor management in primary healthcare: a grounded theory study

Baseline interviews Post-intervention Interviews
• Overview of job role • General impressions of the project
• How addressing SNAP risk factors fits with the job role1/core business of team or service2 • Case example--last client with a risk factor1
• Approach to addressing SNAP risk factors (client case example)1 • Feasibility of risk factor screening/intervention
• Work priority to address SNAP risk factors1 • Barriers/enablers risk factor screening/intervention
• Confidence to address SNAP risk factors1 • Case example--comfortable to address1
• Barriers and enablers to addressing SNAP risk factors in routine work • Case example--not comfortable to address1
• Support and resources required to address SNAP risk factors in routine work1/strengthen team capacity to address risk factors 2 • Perceived effectiveness of intervening1
• Opinion on strength of local referral networks and programs to support risk factor management2 • Congruence with core business of the team and organisation3
• Opinion on team climate and any competing priorities in implementing the project2 • Process of project implementation (degree of consultation and model adaptation to suit team)3
  • Change in approach to addressing SNAP risk factors
  • Views about continuation of risk factor management as part of professional role1/team or service3
  • Support required for continuation of risk factor management practices in professional role1/team or service3
  • Project benefits (personal and professional1/team or service3)
  1. SNAP: Smoking, nutrition, alcohol and physical activity
  2. 1Team and service managers only
  3. 2Team/service managers and project officers only