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Table 1 Logic model for the BIP TIC intervention

From: Protocol for the Process Evaluation of the Online Remote Behavioural Intervention for Tics (ORBIT) randomized controlled trial for children and young people

ProblemDelivery mechanismsIntervention (What is to be implemented)
How delivery achieved
Mechanisms of impactIntended outcomesImpact
Growing demand for behavioural therapy as a first line treatment
Lack of specialised care for CYP with tics
Education on tics and comorbidities
Therapist reinforcement
Follow-up sessions
Therapist support
Knowledge about tics and management
How people feel about BIP TIC
Motivation levels
Treatment credibility
Reduced tics
Reduced co-morbid psychological symptomology of psychiatric condition
Increased parental and CYP awareness and knowledge
Improved function (e.g. school, social relations, leisure activities)
Improved provision of care for CYP with tics
Increase in behavioural therapy as a first line treatment
Health economic aspects
 Parent resources10 modules at weekly intervalsUnanticipated consequences  
 Therapist contactRewards
Regular practice
  Parental support   
  1. *CYP children and young people, ERP exposure and response prevention