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Table 3 TDF Domains Mapped to COM-B

From: Use of the theoretical domains framework and behaviour change wheel to develop a novel intervention to improve the quality of multidisciplinary cancer conference decision-making

COM-B SYSTEMTDF DOMAININTERVENTION FUNCTIONb
Capability: Psychological1. Knowledge
2. Memory, Attention and Decision Process
3. Behavioral Regulation
Education: Increasing knowledge or understanding
Training: Imparting skills
Enablement: Increasing means/reducing barriers to increase capability or opportunity
Capability: Physical4. SkillsaTraining
Enablement
Opportunity: Social5. Social InfluencesRestriction: Using rules to increase the target behaviour by reducing the opportunity to engage in competing behaviours
Environmental Restructuring: Changing the physical or social context
Enablement: Increasing means/reducing barriers to increase capability or opportunity
Opportunity: Physical6. Environmental context and resourcesRestriction
Environmental restructuring
Enablement
Motivation: Automatic7. EmotionPersuasion: Using communication to induce positive or negative feelings or stimulate action
Incentivisation: Creating expectation of reward
Coercion: Creating expectation of punishment or cost
Modeling: Providing an example for people to aspire to or imitate
Enablement: Increasing means/reducing barriers to increase capability or opportunity
Environmental Restructuring
Motivation: Reflective8. Professional role and identity
9. Beliefs about capabilities
10. Goalsa
11. Intentionsa
12. Beliefs about consequences
Education
Persuasion
Incentivisation
Coercion
Other (not transposed on TDF)13. Reinforcement
14. Optimism
 
  1. aTDF domain uniquely identified as a facilitator to MCC discussion and decision-making
  2. bDefinitions taken from Michie M, van Stralen M, West R. The behaviour change wheel: A new method for characterising and designing behaviour change interventions. Implementation Science, 2011; 6:42