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Table 1 Description of CBTi based on items included in the Template for Intervention Description and Replication (TIDieR) checklist

From: Making sense of a cognitive behavioural therapy intervention for fear of falling: qualitative study of intervention development

  Item no item  
1. Brief name Stride
Provide the name or a phrase that describes the intervention
2. Why Based on the Cognitive Behavioural Model [16]
Describe any rationale, theory, or goal of the elements essential to the intervention
3. Materials Patient manual; therapist manual; training materials
Describe any physical or informational materials used in the intervention, including those provided to participants or used in intervention delivery or in training of intervention providers. Provide information on where the materials can be accessed (such as online appendix, URL)
4. Procedures Formulation, tailored intervention
Describe each of the procedures, activities, and/or processes used in the intervention, including any enabling or support activities
5. Who provided Health care assistants 5 day training programme
For each category of intervention provider (such as psychologist, nursing assistant), describe their expertise, background, and any specific training given
6. How Individual face-to-face sessions
Describe the modes of delivery (such as face to face or by some other mechanism, such as internet or telephone) of the intervention and whether it was provided individually or in a group
7. Where Patients’ homes (or convenient clinic if preferred)
Describe the type(s) of location(s) where the intervention occurred, including any necessary infrastructure or relevant features
8. When and How Much 8 sessions over a period of 8 weeks each session lasting about one hour; homework to be completed between sessions. One review session six months after completion of initial intervention
Describe the number of times the intervention was delivered and over what period of time including the number of sessions,their schedule, and their duration, intensity, or dose
9. Tailoring Intervention to be determined by individual formulation
  If the intervention was planned to be personalised, titrated or adapted, then describe what, why, when, and how