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Table 1 Theoretical frameworks and models from sampled studies

From: Influences on the access to and use of formal community care by people with dementia and their informal caregivers: a scoping review

Theoretical framework Number of qualitative studies Number of quantitative studies
Behavioural Model of Health Services Use (original and modified version) [22, 25, 136]
n = 13
  [23, 49, 52, 55, 56, 58, 63, 83, 85, 88, 89, 95, 96]
n = 13
Framework for the study of access to medical care [154]
n = 1
  [69]
n = 1
Expanded conceptual framework of the Behavioural Model [26]
n = 3
  [27, 66, 67]
n = 3
Multiple sources concerning health service use
n = 3
  [71, 73, 78]
n = 3
Theory of Reasoned Action [155, 156]
n = 5
[111, 117,118,119]
n = 4
[74]
n = 1
Theory of Planned Behaviour in extension of the Behavioural Model
n = 4
[117,118,119]
n = 3
[74]
n = 1
Model of caregiver stress [157]
n = 2
  [28, 91]
n = 2
Theory of Health as Expanding Consciousness [158, 159]
n = 2
[101, 102]
n = 2
 
Conflict-Theory Model of Decision-Making [160]
n = 1
[122]
n = 1
 
Ecology model of adaptation and aging [161]
n = 1
  [62]
n = 1
Behavioural Model and Practice-oriented conceptual framework for service use [162]
n = 1
  [63]
n = 1
Self-developed conceptual model: cultural factors and respite use [64]
n = 1
  [64]
n = 1
Help-seeking model [163, 164]
n = 2
[113]
n = 1
 
Barrier concept/framework [165, 166]
n = 2
[114]
n = 1
 
Sense of coherence [167]
n = 1
  [72]
n = 1
Sociocultural Health Belief Model [168]
n = 1
[121]
n = 1