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Table 2 RegisterNow-1 intervention description

From: Promoting deceased organ and tissue donation registration in family physician waiting rooms (RegisterNow-1 trial): study protocol for a pragmatic, stepped-wedge, cluster randomized controlled registry

Component 1: case finding Component 2: pamphlet Component 3: immediate opportunity to register
Who delivered?: Reception staff How delivered?: Paper pamphlet provided by: reception staff How delivered?: Tablet
BCT Domain BCT Domain BCT Domain
Instruction on how to perform the behavior Knowledge (procedural) Instruction on how to perform the behavior Knowledge (procedural); skills; beliefs about capabilities Adding objects to the environment Beliefs about capabilities; environmental context and resources; memory, attention and decision processes; behavioral regulation
Social support (practical) Knowledge (procedural) Information about others’ approval Social influences; goals; emotion; beliefs about consequences Prompts/cues Memory, attention and decision processes
Prompts/cues Memory, attention and decision processes Credible source Social influence; emotion; beliefs about consequences   
Information about others’ approval Social influences Social comparison Social influences   
   Prompts/cues Memory, attention and decision processes   
   Verbal persuasion of capability Beliefs about capabilities; Knowledge   
   Vicarious consequences Beliefs about capabilities; beliefs about consequences; emotion   
   Information about social and environmental consequences Beliefs about consequences; social influences; social/professional role and identity   
   Salience of consequences Beliefs about consequences; social influences   
   Information about emotional consequences Beliefs about consequences; emotion   
  1. BCT behaviour-change technique, Domain specific barrier/enabler targeted by the BCT, based on domains described by the Theoretical Domains Framework