The TIPPME intervention typology for changing environments to change behaviour

Gareth Hollands, G Bignardi, M Johnston, Mike Kelly, David Ogilvie, M Petticrew, A Prestwich, I Shemilt, Stephen Sutton & Theresa Marteau
Reflecting widespread interest in concepts of ‘nudging’ and ‘choice architecture’, there is increasing research and policy attention on altering aspects of the small-scale physical environment, such as portion sizes or product positioning, to change health-related behaviour at population-level. There is, however, a lack of clarity in characterising these interventions, and no reliable framework incorporating standardised definitions. This hampers both the synthesis of cumulative evidence about intervention effects, and the identification of intervention opportunities. To address...

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