Development of an intervention to increase physiotherapy adherence among young children with cystic fibrosis: a Medical Research Council complex intervention framework development and feasibility study

Funded by Chief Scientist Office.

Collaboration with Cystic Fibrosis Trust, Glasgow Caledonian University, Royal Hospital for Sick Children (NHS Lothian), University College London, University of Aberdeen, University of Dundee, University of Liverpool and University of New South Wales.

Total award value £159,324.00

People (2)


Dr Emma France

Dr Emma France

Associate Professor, Health Sciences

Professor Pat Hoddinott

Professor Pat Hoddinott

Chair in Primary Care, NMAHP

Outputs (3)


Conference Paper (unpublished)

France E, Hoskins G, Main E, Cunningham S, Glasscoe C, Williams B, Dhouieb E, Hoddinott P, Treweek S, Hagen S & Berry K (2019) Feasibility study of an intervention to increase treatment adherence in children with cystic fibrosis (CF). European Respiratory Society International Congress, Madrid, Spain, 28.09.2019-02.10.2019.


France E, Hoskins G, Hagen S, Dhouieb E, Cunningham S, Main E, Rowland C, Treweek S, McGhee J, Glasscoe C, Allen JM, Hoddinott P, Williams B, Semple K, Grindle M & Duncan K (2018) The SCooP Project: development of an intervention to increase physiotherapy adherence among young children with Cystic Fibrosis.. NHS Lothian Nursing, Midwifery, Allied Health Professions, Psychology, Pharmacy and Health Care Science Research Conference, 16.03.2018-16.03.2018.


France E, Farquharson B, Hoskins G, Wells M & Duncan E (2016) Symposium: Developing effective complex interventions. Royal College of Nursing (RCN) international nursing research conference, 08.04.2016-08.04.2016.