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Tailoring of the Tell-us Card communication tool for nurses to increase patient participation using Intervention Mapping

(2018) JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NURSING. 27(3-4). p.621-630
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Aims and objectives: To describe the tailoring of the Tell-us Card intervention for enhanced patient participation to the Dutch hospital setting using Intervention Mapping as a systematic approach. Background: Even though patient participation is essential in any patient-to-nurse encounter, care plans often fail to take patients' preferences into account. The Tell-us Card intervention seems promising, but needs to be tailored and tested before implementation in a different setting or on large scale. Design: Description of the Intervention Mapping framework to systematically tailor the Tell-us Card intervention to the Dutch hospital setting. Methods: Intervention Mapping consists of: (i) identification of the problem through needs assessment and determination of fit, based on patients and nurses interviews and focus group interviews; (ii) developing a logic model of change and matrices, based on literature and interviews; (iii) selection of theory-based methods and practical applications; (iv) producing programme components and piloting; (v) planning for adoption, implementation and sustainability; and (vi) preparing for programme evaluation. Results: Knowledge, attitude, outcome expectations, self-efficacy and skills were identified as the main determinants influencing the use of the Tell-us Card. Linking identified determinants and performance objectives with behaviour change techniques from the literature resulted in a well-defined and tailored intervention and evaluation plan. Conclusions: The Tell-us Card intervention was adapted to fit the Dutch hospital setting and prepared for evaluation. The Medical Research Council framework was followed, and the Intervention Mapping approach was used to prepare a pilot study to confirm feasibility and relevant outcomes. Relevance to clinical practice: This article shows how Intervention Mapping is applied within the Medical Research Council framework to adapt the Tell-us Card intervention, which could serve as a guide for the tailoring of similar interventions.
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communication, fundamentals of nursing care, hospital, Intervention Mapping, MRC framework, Nursing, patient participation, CHRONIC HEART-FAILURE, PERSON-CENTERED CARE, NURSING-CARE, COMPLEX INTERVENTIONS, HOSPITAL-CARE, FUNDAMENTALS, TAXONOMY, PROGRAM, QUALITY, IMPACT

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van Belle, Elise, Sandra MG Zwakhalen, Josien Caris, et al. “Tailoring of the Tell-us Card Communication Tool for Nurses to Increase Patient Participation Using Intervention Mapping.” JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NURSING 27.3-4 (2018): 621–630. Print.
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van Belle, Elise, Zwakhalen, S. M., Caris, J., Van Hecke, A., Huisman-de Waal, G., & Heinen, M. (2018). Tailoring of the Tell-us Card communication tool for nurses to increase patient participation using Intervention Mapping. JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NURSING, 27(3-4), 621–630.
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van Belle, Elise, Sandra MG Zwakhalen, Josien Caris, Ann Van Hecke, Getty Huisman-de Waal, and Maud Heinen. 2018. “Tailoring of the Tell-us Card Communication Tool for Nurses to Increase Patient Participation Using Intervention Mapping.” Journal of Clinical Nursing 27 (3-4): 621–630.
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van Belle, Elise, Sandra MG Zwakhalen, Josien Caris, Ann Van Hecke, Getty Huisman-de Waal, and Maud Heinen. 2018. “Tailoring of the Tell-us Card Communication Tool for Nurses to Increase Patient Participation Using Intervention Mapping.” Journal of Clinical Nursing 27 (3-4): 621–630.
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van Belle E, Zwakhalen SM, Caris J, Van Hecke A, Huisman-de Waal G, Heinen M. Tailoring of the Tell-us Card communication tool for nurses to increase patient participation using Intervention Mapping. JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NURSING. 2018;27(3-4):621–30.
IEEE
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E. van Belle, S. M. Zwakhalen, J. Caris, A. Van Hecke, G. Huisman-de Waal, and M. Heinen, “Tailoring of the Tell-us Card communication tool for nurses to increase patient participation using Intervention Mapping,” JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NURSING, vol. 27, no. 3–4, pp. 621–630, 2018.
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  abstract     = {Aims and objectives: To describe the tailoring of the Tell-us Card intervention for enhanced patient participation to the Dutch hospital setting using Intervention Mapping as a systematic approach. 
Background: Even though patient participation is essential in any patient-to-nurse encounter, care plans often fail to take patients' preferences into account. The Tell-us Card intervention seems promising, but needs to be tailored and tested before implementation in a different setting or on large scale. 
Design: Description of the Intervention Mapping framework to systematically tailor the Tell-us Card intervention to the Dutch hospital setting. 
Methods: Intervention Mapping consists of: (i) identification of the problem through needs assessment and determination of fit, based on patients and nurses interviews and focus group interviews; (ii) developing a logic model of change and matrices, based on literature and interviews; (iii) selection of theory-based methods and practical applications; (iv) producing programme components and piloting; (v) planning for adoption, implementation and sustainability; and (vi) preparing for programme evaluation. 
Results: Knowledge, attitude, outcome expectations, self-efficacy and skills were identified as the main determinants influencing the use of the Tell-us Card. Linking identified determinants and performance objectives with behaviour change techniques from the literature resulted in a well-defined and tailored intervention and evaluation plan. 
Conclusions: The Tell-us Card intervention was adapted to fit the Dutch hospital setting and prepared for evaluation. The Medical Research Council framework was followed, and the Intervention Mapping approach was used to prepare a pilot study to confirm feasibility and relevant outcomes. 
Relevance to clinical practice: This article shows how Intervention Mapping is applied within the Medical Research Council framework to adapt the Tell-us Card intervention, which could serve as a guide for the tailoring of similar interventions.},
  author       = {van Belle, Elise and Zwakhalen, Sandra MG and Caris, Josien and Van Hecke, Ann and Huisman-de Waal, Getty and Heinen, Maud},
  issn         = {0962-1067},
  journal      = {JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NURSING},
  keywords     = {communication,fundamentals of nursing care,hospital,Intervention Mapping,MRC framework,Nursing,patient participation,CHRONIC HEART-FAILURE,PERSON-CENTERED CARE,NURSING-CARE,COMPLEX INTERVENTIONS,HOSPITAL-CARE,FUNDAMENTALS,TAXONOMY,PROGRAM,QUALITY,IMPACT},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {3-4},
  pages        = {621--630},
  title        = {Tailoring of the Tell-us Card communication tool for nurses to increase patient participation using Intervention Mapping},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jocn.13968},
  volume       = {27},
  year         = {2018},
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