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Adapting interventions to new contexts—the ADAPT guidance

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posted on 2021-12-06, 11:58 authored by Graham Moore, Mhairi Campbell, Lauren Copeland, Peter Craig, Ani Movsisyan, Pat Hoddinott, Hannah Littlecott, Alicia O'CathainAlicia O'Cathain, Lisa Pfadenhauer, Eva Rehfuess, Jeremy Segrott, Penelope Hawe, Frank Kee, Danielle Couturiaux, Britt HallingbergBritt Hallingberg, Rhiannon Evans
Implementing interventions with a previous evidence base in new contexts might be more efficient than developing new interventions for each context. Although some interventions transfer well, effectiveness and implementation often depend on the context. Achieving a good fit between intervention and context then requires careful and systematic adaptation. This paper presents new evidence and consensus informed guidance for adapting and transferring interventions to new contexts.

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Published in

British Medical Journal

Publisher

BMJ Publishing

Acceptance Date

2021-06-28

Publication Date

2021-08-03

Version

  • VoR (Version of Record)

Citation

Moore, G., Campbell, M., Copeland, L., Craig, P., Movsisyan, A., Hoddinott, P., Littlecott, H., O’Cathain, A., Pfadenhauer, L., Rehfuess, E., Segrott, J. et al (2021) 'Adapting interventions to new contexts—the ADAPT guidance', bmj, 374. doi: 10.1136/bmj.n1679

Print ISSN

1759-2151

Electronic ISSN

0959-8138

Cardiff Met Affiliation

  • Cardiff School of Sport and Health Sciences

Cardiff Met Authors

Britt Hallingberg

Cardiff Met Research Centre/Group

  • Public Health and Wellbeing

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  • © The Authors

Language

  • en

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