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Effectiveness of Motivational Interviewing on adult behaviour change in health and social care settings: A systematic review of reviews

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Frost H, Campbell P, Maxwell M, O'Carroll RE, Dombrowski SU, Williams B, Cheyne H, Coles E & Pollock A (2018) Effectiveness of Motivational Interviewing on adult behaviour change in health and social care settings: A systematic review of reviews. PLoS One, 13 (10), Art. No.: e0204890. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0204890

Abstract
Background The challenge of addressing unhealthy lifestyle choice is of global concern. Motivational Interviewing has been widely implemented to help people change their behaviour, but it is unclear for whom it is most beneficial. This overview aims to appraise and synthesise the review evidence for the effectiveness of Motivational Interviewing on health behaviour of adults in health and social care settings. Methods A systematic review of reviews. Methods were pre-specified and documented in a protocol (PROSPERO–CRD42016049278). We systematically searched 7 electronic databases: CDSR; DARE; PROSPERO; MEDLINE; CINAHL; AMED and PsycINFO from 2000 to May 2018. Two reviewers applied pre-defined selection criteria, extracted data using TIDIER guidelines and assessed methodological quality using the ROBIS tool. We used GRADE criteria to rate the strength of the evidence for reviews including meta-analyses. Findings Searches identified 5222 records. One hundred and four reviews, including 39 meta-analyses met the inclusion criteria. Most meta-analysis evidence was graded as low or very low (128/155). Moderate quality evidence for mainly short term (

Journal
PLoS One: Volume 13, Issue 10

StatusPublished
Author(s)Frost, Helen; Campbell, Pauline; Maxwell, Margaret; O'Carroll, Ronan E; Dombrowski, Stephan U; Williams, Brian; Cheyne, Helen; Coles, Emma; Pollock, Alex
FundersScottish Improvement Science Collaborating Centre
Publication date18/10/2018
Publication date online18/10/2018
Date accepted by journal17/09/2018
URLhttp://hdl.handle.net/1893/28257
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