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  1. Preparing pharmacy students to communicate effectively with adolescents
  2. The prescribing needs of community practitioner nurse prescribers: A qualitative investigation using the theoretical domains framework and COM‐B
  3. The Effectiveness of Sedentary Behaviour Reduction Workplace Interventions on Cardiometabolic Risk Markers: A Systematic Review
  4. Breaking barriers: using the behavior change wheel to develop a tailored intervention to overcome workplace inhibitors to breaking up sitting time
  5. Perceived Barriers and Facilitators to Breaking Up Sitting Time among Desk-Based Office Workers: A Qualitative Investigation Using the TDF and COM-B
  6. Theory-based electronic learning intervention to support appropriate antibiotic prescribing by nurses and pharmacists: intervention development and feasibility study protocol
  7. Community nursing and antibiotic stewardship: the importance of communication and training
  8. Examining influences on antibiotic prescribing by nurse and pharmacist prescribers: a qualitative study using the Theoretical Domains Framework and COM-B
  9. Are physical activity interventions for healthy inactive adults effective in promoting behavior change and maintenance, and which behavior change techniques are effective? A systematic review and meta-analysis
  10. The Impact of Active Workstations on Workplace Productivity and Performance: A Systematic Review
  11. A prospective study exploring the construct and predictive validity of the COM-B model for physical activity
  12. Who uses foodbanks and why? Exploring the impact of financial strain and adverse life events on food insecurity
  13. Beliefs about medicines and non-adherence in patients with stroke, diabetes mellitus and rheumatoid arthritis: a cross-sectional study in China
  14. Equipping community pharmacy workers as agents for health behaviour change: developing and testing a theory-based smoking cessation intervention
  15. Satisfaction of using a nurse led telephone helpline among mothers and caregivers of young children
  16. Why we should understand the patient experience: clinical empathy and medicines optimisation
  17. Implementation intention and planning interventions in Health Psychology: Recommendations from the Synergy Expert Group for research and practice
  18. What are the most effective behaviour change techniques to promote physical activity and/or reduce sedentary behaviour in inactive adults? A systematic review protocol: Table 1
  19. Who uses NHS Direct? Investigating the impact of ethnicity on the uptake of telephone based healthcare
  20. Culture and health
  21. Barriers and facilitators to using NHS Direct: a qualitative study of `users’ and `non-users’
  22. Profiling patient attitudes to phosphate binding medication: A route to personalising treatment and adherence support
  23. A qualitative exploration of staff views towards the uptake of NHS Direct
  24. Patients' perspectives on antiepileptic medication: Relationships between beliefs about medicines and adherence among patients with epilepsy in UK primary care
  25. Young people's use of NHS Direct: a national study of symptoms and outcome of calls for children aged 0–15
  26. Effective behaviour change techniques in the prevention and management of childhood obesity
  27. Who uses telephone based helplines? Relating deprivation indices to users of NHS Direct
  28. A U.K. Case Study of Who Uses NHS Direct: Investigating the Impact of Age, Gender, and Deprivation on the Utilization of NHS Direct