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Table 3 Theory of Planned Behaviour-Based Beliefs - Focus Group Sample

From: “It all needs to be a full jigsaw, not just bits”: exploration of healthcare professionals’ beliefs towards supported self-management for long-term conditions

Belief Utterance Frequency Phase 2?
Category Sub-Belief Code Description No. Rank (Yes/No)
Behavioural Instrumental BB1 SSM requires support from HSV staff in order to be effective. 1 7 NO
BB2 Additional/simplified organizational pathways are required in order for SSM to achieve positive outcomes. 5 2 YES
BB3 SSM improves communication channels. 4 3 YES
BB4 SSM improves holistic healthcare provision. 7 1 YES
BB5 SSM improves patient outcomes. 2 5 NO
BB7 SSM reduces healthcare time demands. 2 5 YES
Experiential BB6 SSM is not possible if staff are not supported and facilitated to use it. 3 4 YES
Subjective Norm Norms NB1 SSM is effectively being applied in other areas/regions. 2 3 YES
NB2 SSM is promoted by HSV policy and documentation. 1 6 NO
NB3 Patients may not always understand, or want staff to implement, SSM healthcare. 7 1 YES
NB4 Widespread use of SSM would be required in order for it be effectively adopted. 1 6 NO
NB5 SSM must factor in cultural/ local norms of different HSV settings to be effective. 2 3 YES
NB7 Patients want to be involved and understand their medication regimens. 2 3 YES
Pressure NB6 Without GP buy-in the implementation of a SSM approach is not possible. 5 2 YES
Perceived Behavioural Control Self-Efficacy CB1 SSM requires effective co-produced healthcare. 1 5 NO
CB6 SSM training must be tailored to staff knowledge, skills, experience and needs. 8 3 YES
Controllability CB2 SSM is limited by HSV policy and capacity. 9 2 YES
CB3 Resource investments are required to increase staff SSM control. 13 1 YES
CB4 SSM requires increased staff engagement to enhance control. 6 4 YES
CB5 IT/communication sharing improvements are required to enhance staff control. 1 5 NO