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Table 1 Studies included in analyses

From: The applicability of normalisation process theory to speech and language therapy: a review of qualitative research on a speech and language intervention

Study Participants Measures and Analysis
Girolametto, Tannock and Siegel (1993) Mothers who had taken part in a HPP N = 32 Likert satisfaction questionnaires with descriptive analysis Videotaped interaction of parent-child interaction with coding of behaviour
Glogowska and Campbell (2000) Parents who had taken part in a RCT to evaluate traditional SLT intervention in pre-school children N = 16 selected respondents according to the logic of maximum variation Semi-structured interviews framework analysis
Glogowska, Campbell, Peters, Roulstone and Enderby (2001) Parents who had taken part in a RCT to evaluate traditional SLT intervention in pre-school children. N = 89 12-Item questionnaire with factor analysis (SLT frame of reference)
Baxendale, Frankham and Hesketh (2001) Parents who had taken part in a controlled study to compare HPP with traditional clinic-based SLT N = 37 in total Semi-structured interviews with parents Satisfaction questionnaires
Pennington and Thomson (2007) SLTs who deliver the HPP in the UK N = 16 Focus Groups with SLTs Thematic analysis