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Table 1 Specification of the behavior

From: Development, acceptability, appropriateness and appeal of a cancer clinical trials implementation intervention for rural- and minority-serving urology practices

Step 2 Step 3
Select target behavior Specify target behavior
Consider Who? Urologist
What? Clinical trial as a treatment option
When? Prior to treatment decision
Where? At location of results review
How often? At each cancer diagnosis
With whom? Each diagnosed cancer patient
Counsel Who? Urologist
What? Clinical trials are a treatment option
When? At first treatment counseling visit
Where? In the exam room
How often? Every initial cancer treatment counseling visit
With whom? All patients meeting broad eligibility criteria (determined by flow sheet)
Refer Who? Urologist
What? Signal to patient and cancer program that patient is recommended for clinical trial eligibility screening
When? During and immediately following treatment counseling visit
Where? Exam room and location where charting is performed
How often? Each time clinical trial is included in treatment counseling
With whom? All patients meeting broad eligibility criteria (determined by flow sheet) who do not refuse referral
Notify Who? Urologist or designated clinic staff
What? Cancer patient is scheduling visit for clinical trial eligibility screening
When? At patient’s convenience in next 3 weeks
Where? Immediately following treatment counseling visit
How often? Each time referral is documented
With whom? All patients meeting broad eligibility criteria (determined by flow sheet) who do not refuse referral
  1. Step 1 is illustrated in Fig. 2. Steps 4–6 are illustrated in Table 2