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Table 3 Desired behavioural outcomes and performance objectives of the SOLAS intervention

From: Using intervention mapping to develop a theory-driven, group-based complex intervention to support self-management of osteoarthritis and low back pain (SOLAS)

Desired outcome 1: increases physical activity level of participants by the end of programme and 6-month follow-up
Performance objective 1 Accepts the benefits of physical activity (PA)
Performance objective 2 Selects PA (s) relevant to lifestyle/pain condition
Performance objective 3 Performs selected PA(s)
Performance objective 4 Uses SMART goal setting for the selected PA(s)
Performance objective 5 Uses pacing to support selected PA (s)
Performance objective 6 Monitors progress in increasing PA
Performance objective 7 Copes with the challenges encountered with engaging in selected PA
Performance objective 8 Identifies long-term PA plan
Desired outcome 2: increase use of evidence-based self-management strategies by participants by end of programme and 6 month follow-up
Performance objective 9 Accepts the role of SM approach
Performance objective 10 Selects appropriate evidence-based pain management strategies to self-manage pain condition
Performance objective 11 Uses pain coping strategies
Performance objective 12 Applies healthy eating guidelines for healthy lifestyle and to support weight management if appropriate
Performance objective 13 Uses specific exercise for pain condition