Can the theory of planned behaviour (TPB) predict trainee clinicians’ use of CBT self-help materials in step 2 mental health services?
Levy, M. 2011. Can the theory of planned behaviour (TPB) predict trainee clinicians’ use of CBT self-help materials in step 2 mental health services? PhD Thesis Canterbury Christ Church University Department of Applied Psychology
Section A reviews and synthesizes the extant literature on adherence to clinical guidelines, with specific reference to the use of CBT self-help interventions as a mainstay within the IAPT programme. The review also evaluates the utility of one psychological framework, namely the theory of planned behaviour (TPB), in assessing the cognitive factors that may be most associated with compliance in this context. The review ends by suggesting an avenue for future research.
|Keywords||IAPT, PWPs, NICE recommendations, cognitive behaviour therapy, theory of planned behaviour, self-help materials, mediation analyses|
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|Deposited||30 Jan 2012|
|Accepted author manuscript|