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  • M.G. Duerden
  • C. Sinnott
  • S.W. Mercer
  • R.A. Payne
  • M. Duerden
  • C.P. Bradley
Background: Multimorbidity, the presence of two or more chronic conditions, affects over 60 % of patients in primary care. Due to its association with polypharmacy, the development of interventions to optimise medication management in patients with multimorbidity is a priority. The Behaviour Change Wheel is a new approach for applying behavioural theory to intervention development. Here, we describe how we have used results from a review of previous research, original research of our own and the Behaviour Change Wheel to develop an intervention to improve medication management in multimorbidity by general practitioners (GPs), within the overarching UK Medical Research Council guidance on complex interventions.
Original languageEnglish
JournalImplementation Science
Issue number132
Publication statusPublished - 24 Sep 2015
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