Behavior Therapy

Mobile Phone and Web 2.0 Technologies for Weight Management: A Systematic Scoping Review.

Publication Date: 
Nov 17, 2015

BACKGROUND: Widespread diffusion of mobile phone and Web 2.0 technologies make them potentially useful tools for promoting health and tackling public health issues, such as the increasing prevalence of overweight and obesity.

The NULevel trial of a scalable, technology-assisted weight loss maintenance intervention for obese adults after clinically significant weight loss: study protocol for a randomised controlled trial.

Journal Title: 
Publication Date: 
Sep 23, 2015

BACKGROUND: Effective weight loss interventions are widely available but, after weight loss, most individuals regain weight.

Trials of Intervention Principles: Evaluation Methods for Evolving Behavioral Intervention Technologies.

Publication Date: 
Jul 09, 2015

In recent years, there has been increasing discussion of the limitations of traditional randomized controlled trial (RCT) methodologies for the evaluation of eHealth and mHealth interventions, and in particular, the requirement that these interventions be locked down during evaluation.

Design and protocol of a randomized multiple behavior change trial: Make Better Choices 2 (MBC2).

Journal Title: 
Publication Date: 
Mar 27, 2015

BACKGROUND: Suboptimal diet and inactive lifestyle are among the most prevalent preventable causes of premature death. Interventions that target multiple behaviors are potentially efficient; however the optimal way to initiate and maintain multiple health behavior changes is unknown.

Helping mothers to get the message about influenza: are texts the future for increased immunization?

Journal Title: 
Publication Date: 
Feb 16, 2015

Pregnant women and children are at increased risk of severe influenza infections. Despite existing recommendations, uptake of influenza vaccine in these vulnerable groups remains low. Text message reminder-recalls are a feasible and scalable method for promoting influenza vaccination.

Pages