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Table 3 TYA cancer survivors and TYA health professionals’ views on the appeal of discreet behaviour change techniques

From: The development and user evaluation of health behaviour change resources for teenage and young adult Cancer survivors

  TYA Cancer Survivors (n = 6) TYA Health Professionals (n = 15)
Goal Setting
 Very Appealing/ Quite Appealing 85.7 (6) 66.7 (10)
 Not appealing/ Not at all appealing 14.3 (1) 33.3 (5)
Action Planning
 Very Appealing/ Quite Appealing 83.3 (5) 73.3 (11)
 Not appealing/ Not at all appealing 16.7 (1) 26.7 (4)
Prompts/Reminders
 Very Appealing/ Quite Appealing 83.3 (5) 86.7 (13)
 Not appealing/ Not at all appealing 16.7 (1) 13.3 (2)
Self-Monitoring
 Very Appealing/ Quite Appealing 83.3 (5) 85.7 (12)
 Not appealing/ Not at all appealing 16.7 (1) 14.3 (2)
Rewards
 Very Appealing/ Quite Appealing 83.3 (5) 93.3 (14)
 Not appealing/ Not at all appealing 16.7 (1) 6.7 (1)
Social Support
 Very Appealing/ Quite Appealing 83.3 (5) 80 (12)
 Not appealing/ Not at all appealing 16.7 (1) 20 (3)
Social Comparison/ Modelling
 Very Appealing/ Quite Appealing 83.3 (5) 100 (15)
 Not appealing/ Not at all appealing 16.7 (1) 0 (0)
  1. *Missing data due to survey drop-out: TYA cancer survivors (n = 7); TYA health professionals (n = 4)