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Understanding dentists' caries management: the COM-B ICCMS™ questionnaire

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Understanding dentists' caries management : the COM-B ICCMS™ questionnaire. / Abreu-Placeres, Ninoska; Newton, Johnathon Timothy; Pitts, Nigel; Garrido, Luis Eduardo; Ekstrand, Kim; Avila, Viviana; Martignon, Stefania.

I: Community Dentistry and Oral Epidemiology, Bind 46, Nr. 6, 2018, s. 545-554.

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Abreu-Placeres, N, Newton, JT, Pitts, N, Garrido, LE, Ekstrand, K, Avila, V & Martignon, S 2018, 'Understanding dentists' caries management: the COM-B ICCMS™ questionnaire', Community Dentistry and Oral Epidemiology, bind 46, nr. 6, s. 545-554. https://doi.org/10.1111/cdoe.12388

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Abreu-Placeres, N., Newton, J. T., Pitts, N., Garrido, L. E., Ekstrand, K., Avila, V., & Martignon, S. (2018). Understanding dentists' caries management: the COM-B ICCMS™ questionnaire. Community Dentistry and Oral Epidemiology, 46(6), 545-554. https://doi.org/10.1111/cdoe.12388

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Abreu-Placeres N, Newton JT, Pitts N, Garrido LE, Ekstrand K, Avila V o.a. Understanding dentists' caries management: the COM-B ICCMS™ questionnaire. Community Dentistry and Oral Epidemiology. 2018;46(6):545-554. https://doi.org/10.1111/cdoe.12388

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Abreu-Placeres, Ninoska ; Newton, Johnathon Timothy ; Pitts, Nigel ; Garrido, Luis Eduardo ; Ekstrand, Kim ; Avila, Viviana ; Martignon, Stefania. / Understanding dentists' caries management : the COM-B ICCMS™ questionnaire. I: Community Dentistry and Oral Epidemiology. 2018 ; Bind 46, Nr. 6. s. 545-554.

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abstract = "OBJECTIVE: To design and validate a questionnaire to measure caries management based on the Capability, Opportunity, and Motivation Behavior model (COM-B) and the International Caries Classification and Management System (ICCMS™).METHODS: A combination of Cariology and Psychology experts developed a 79-item pool that measured the COM-B components according to the ICCMS™ caries management recommended behaviours. After face and content validation and a pilot study, two samples of Colombian dentists participated: clinicians (n = 277) and clinical-practice educators (n = 212).RESULTS: Using parallel analysis and exploratory structural equation modelling (ESEM), the questionnaire was reduced to a 47-item 5-factor instrument that demonstrated good internal consistency and validity properties, including a robust factor structure, measurement invariance across samples and high predictive validity of ICCMS™ recommended behaviours. Scales' mean scores showed that dentists were conducting recommended behaviours {"}most-of-the-time{"} (Behavior), showed high confidence in their ability to conduct these behaviours (Capability) and considered recommendations as highly relevant (Opportunity-Relevance), while their appraisals of the available resources (Opportunity-Resources) and remuneration (Motivation) were notably lower.CONCLUSION: Overall, the findings highlight the practical utility of the COM-B ICCMS™ Questionnaire in understanding the potential antecedent variables that may explain dentists' behaviours related to caries diagnosis and management and in suggesting avenues for achieving a positive change in their behaviour.",
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AU - Abreu-Placeres, Ninoska

AU - Newton, Johnathon Timothy

AU - Pitts, Nigel

AU - Garrido, Luis Eduardo

AU - Ekstrand, Kim

AU - Avila, Viviana

AU - Martignon, Stefania

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N2 - OBJECTIVE: To design and validate a questionnaire to measure caries management based on the Capability, Opportunity, and Motivation Behavior model (COM-B) and the International Caries Classification and Management System (ICCMS™).METHODS: A combination of Cariology and Psychology experts developed a 79-item pool that measured the COM-B components according to the ICCMS™ caries management recommended behaviours. After face and content validation and a pilot study, two samples of Colombian dentists participated: clinicians (n = 277) and clinical-practice educators (n = 212).RESULTS: Using parallel analysis and exploratory structural equation modelling (ESEM), the questionnaire was reduced to a 47-item 5-factor instrument that demonstrated good internal consistency and validity properties, including a robust factor structure, measurement invariance across samples and high predictive validity of ICCMS™ recommended behaviours. Scales' mean scores showed that dentists were conducting recommended behaviours "most-of-the-time" (Behavior), showed high confidence in their ability to conduct these behaviours (Capability) and considered recommendations as highly relevant (Opportunity-Relevance), while their appraisals of the available resources (Opportunity-Resources) and remuneration (Motivation) were notably lower.CONCLUSION: Overall, the findings highlight the practical utility of the COM-B ICCMS™ Questionnaire in understanding the potential antecedent variables that may explain dentists' behaviours related to caries diagnosis and management and in suggesting avenues for achieving a positive change in their behaviour.

AB - OBJECTIVE: To design and validate a questionnaire to measure caries management based on the Capability, Opportunity, and Motivation Behavior model (COM-B) and the International Caries Classification and Management System (ICCMS™).METHODS: A combination of Cariology and Psychology experts developed a 79-item pool that measured the COM-B components according to the ICCMS™ caries management recommended behaviours. After face and content validation and a pilot study, two samples of Colombian dentists participated: clinicians (n = 277) and clinical-practice educators (n = 212).RESULTS: Using parallel analysis and exploratory structural equation modelling (ESEM), the questionnaire was reduced to a 47-item 5-factor instrument that demonstrated good internal consistency and validity properties, including a robust factor structure, measurement invariance across samples and high predictive validity of ICCMS™ recommended behaviours. Scales' mean scores showed that dentists were conducting recommended behaviours "most-of-the-time" (Behavior), showed high confidence in their ability to conduct these behaviours (Capability) and considered recommendations as highly relevant (Opportunity-Relevance), while their appraisals of the available resources (Opportunity-Resources) and remuneration (Motivation) were notably lower.CONCLUSION: Overall, the findings highlight the practical utility of the COM-B ICCMS™ Questionnaire in understanding the potential antecedent variables that may explain dentists' behaviours related to caries diagnosis and management and in suggesting avenues for achieving a positive change in their behaviour.

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