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Table 3 Behaviour-change techniques suggested by results (based on[35])

From: Learning curves, taking instructions, and patient safety: using a theoretical domains framework in an interview study to investigate prescribing errors among trainee doctors

Domain(s) Example behaviour-change technique
Social/professional role and identity Social processes of encouragement, pressure, and support
Social influences Modeling/demonstration of prescribing behavior by other colleagues
Knowledge Information regarding prescribing errors and the outcomes of errors
Skills Rehearsal of appropriate prescribing behaviors
Environmental context and resources Environmental changes to facilitate prescribing
Memory, attention, and decision processes Self-monitoring of prescribing behavior
Behavioral regulation Prompts, triggers, and cues
Beliefs about capabilities Feedback about prescribing errors made
Beliefs about consequences Persuasive communication