Additional file 3: of What helped and hindered implementation of an intervention package to reduce smoking in pregnancy: process evaluation guided by normalization process theory

  • Susan Jones (Contributor)
  • Sharon Hamilton (Contributor)
  • Ruth Bell (Creator)
  • Vera Araújo-Soares (Contributor)
  • Svetlana Glinianaia (Creator)
  • Eugene Milne (Creator)
  • Martin White (Creator)
  • Martyn Willmore (Creator)
  • Janet Shucksmith (Contributor)

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Table S5. Key themes and their relation to Normalization Process Theory concepts. (DOCX 23 kb)
Date made available9 May 2019
Publisherfigshare

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What helped and hindered implementation of an intervention package to reduce smoking in pregnancy: process evaluation guided by normalization process theory

Jones, S., Hamilton, S., Bell, R., Araujo-Saures, V., Glinianaia, S., Milne, E., White, M., Willmore, M. & Shucksmith, J., 9 May 2019, In : BMC Health Services Research. 19, 13 p., 297.

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    Jones, S. (Contributor), Hamilton, S. (Contributor), Bell, R. (Creator), AraĂşjo-Soares, V. (Contributor), Glinianaia, S. (Creator), Milne, E. (Creator), White, M. (Creator), Willmore, M. (Creator), Shucksmith, J. (Contributor) (9 May 2019). Additional file 3: of What helped and hindered implementation of an intervention package to reduce smoking in pregnancy: process evaluation guided by normalization process theory. figshare. 10.6084/m9.figshare.8105354.v1