|Theoretical domain that could be targeted||Theoretical domain constructs|
|Intentions and goals||Establish theintentionto return the questionnaire|
Detail original consent and encourage return of questionnaire as soon as possible
|State thegoalsin relation to returning the questionnaire|
Target both immediate goals (completing questionnaire) and longer term goals
|Social influences||Relate the research tosocial normsorconformity|
Provide information on the number of people taking part and completing the questionnaire if appzropriate
|Beliefs about consequences||Information ofconsequencesandattitude|
Specific information about the benefits of taking part and what the consequences will be if people do not complete the information. Detail what the expectations of the outcomes will be
|Behavioural regulation||Implementationintentionand how will they put a plan intoaction (action planning)|
Detail an example of where, when, and how behaviour will be performed.
|Environmental context and behaviour||Identifybarriersand how these can be overcome|
Introduce or define environmental or social stimulus with the purpose of prompting or cueing the behaviour.
|Knowledge||Informationabout the study, disease and why this is important|