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Table 2 Stakeholder involvement phase

From: Enhancing the Behaviour Change Wheel with synthesis, stakeholder involvement and decision-making: a case example using the ‘Enhancing the Quality of Psychological Interventions Delivered by Telephone’ (EQUITy) research programme

  Standard RAND/UCLA Adapted RAND/UCLA Worked example
Inputs Series of systematic reviews/meta-analyses Intervention domains from phase 1 93 domains identified in phase 1
Stakeholders Experts As broad as possible, being mindful of traditionally excluded groups • Patients (n = 9)
• Practitioners (n = 19)
• Key informants (n = 15)
Number of rounds 3:
• Individual ratings of appropriateness
• Moderated group ratings of appropriateness
• Individual ratings of necessity
3 per group of stakeholders:
• Individual ratings of importance
• Moderated group ratings of items rated ‘not important’
• Individual ratings of  ‘how essential?’
Separate meetings of patients, practitioners and key informants completing:
• Individual ratings of importance
• Moderated group ratings of items rated 'not important'
• Individual ratings of ‘how essential?’
Critical cut-offs Median of = > 7 on 1–9 point Likert-type scales Median of = > 7 on 1–9 point Likert-type scales Median of = > 7 on 1–9 point Likert-type scales