Full-text paper (pdf): systematic review of maintenance of behavior change following physical activity and dietary interventions the field needs consensus on reporting of maintenance outcomes, controlled evaluations of intervention strategies to promote maintenance, and more detailed reporting of. The aim of this systematic review of reviews is to identify mobile text-messaging interventions designed for health improvement and behavior change and to derive reviews included 228 mhealth intervention studies on a variety of health-behavior topics related to health promotion, disease prevention, and chronic. Public health systematic reviews obesity policy prevention objective: systematic reviews (srs) should include policy-relevant information in order to more n (%) population mode of intervention delivery children/adolescents 62 (41) internet/computer-based 12 (8) adults 43 (28) telephone/sms. Digital parent training for children with disruptive behaviors: systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized trials 2011) however, barriers to receiving such interventions exist, including the lack of trained staff to provide this evidence -based treatment, stigma related to receiving mental health treatment, and the. Design and multi-country validation of text messages for an mhealth intervention for primary prevention of progression to hypertension in latin america poorman et al  suggested from a systematic review of the sms health behavior literature that participants may be better retained if message. Primary mhealth interventions (35, 897%), behavior change communication type interventions (eg, improve attendance rates, medication adherence) (27, 692%) , and short messaging system (sms) as the mhealth function (eg, used to send reminders, information, provide support, conduct surveys or. Rethinking research in breast-feeding: a critique of the evidence base identified in a systematic review of interventions to promote and support a systematic review was conducted of intervention studies relevant to enhancing the duration of breast-feeding topics included public health, public policy,. A third stream of work reviews the literature about service user or 'con- sumer' involvement in research, which informs the systematic reviews in education and health promotion in each stream of work the focus is on 'effectiveness' this includes: what effective interventions are needed and are they acceptable, feasible and.
Topics were divided into three categories: general healthcare, mental/ behavioral health, and nutrition/fitness prior to the intervention, informational messages were initially developed by the teen health van staff noted above and then reviewed by 12 adolescent patients from several mobile health clinic sites, to provide. And systematic review of technology-based weight-loss interven- tions58 an important finding is that mes- sages tailored to individuals' needs are more effective than strategies to provide information for general audiences62 the use of messaging (eg, text mes- saging) has proven effective for promot- ing health behavior. Multiple theories and/or models informed these interventions by focusing on not only self-efficacy, but also motivation and risk using personalized/tailored sms- text messaging, researchers were able to uncover sexual risk factors, increase health knowledge, and impact health seeking behaviors across.
A systematic review identified online interventions based on more in-depth use of theory, and a theoretically driven framework based on multiple models of health behaviour, designed to enable the text message reminders to attend, the prediction is that there will be fewer wasted appointments.
S21 mobile health interventions: bringing health behavior theories into the 21st century63 s211 applying self-determination theory for diet and physical activity in an online smoking cessation resource s212 texting to increase physical activity in teens: development & preliminary. Evaluate the quality of both an individual health promotion or public health study and a systematic review ▫ synthesise the body of evidence from primary studies critiques of previous work and the current gaps in knowledge often used as rationale for new research to scope the types of interventions available to.
Aims: the purpose of this paper is to review the evidence using text messaging as a tool to deliver healthy lifestyle behavior intervention programs in pediatric and adolescent populations the following question was used to guide the systematic review, “in pediatric and adolescent populations, how does. Systematic review of text-messaging interventions to promote healthy behaviors in pediatric and adolescent populations: implications for clinical practice and research militello lk(1), kelly sa, melnyk bm author information: (1)arizona state university, college of nursing and health innovation, phoenix,.
Protocol for a systematic review of telephone delivered psychosocial interventions on relapse prevention, adherence to psychiatric medication and health risk be administered over the telephone using person delivered ( professional or layperson) spoken word (ie, text, web-based and/or automated systems collecting or. Many public health interventions to promote vaccination have been based on a “ knowledge-deficit” approach assuming that vaccine hesitant this review of published reviews aims to complement the systematic review on strategies to address vaccine hesitancy commissioned by the working group on. Previous article in issue: systematic review of text-messaging interventions to promote healthy behaviors in pediatric and adolescent populations: implications for clinical practice and a review of effectiveness of videoconference-based tele-education for medical and nursing education was conducted.
These interventions, usually referred to as mobile health or mhealth, have received significant support from policymakers and donors interested in their potential to reach underserved the aim of our search was not intended to be a systematic review but rather to gain a rapid overview of where the field is currently. Full text abstract: this systematic review describes mhealth interventions directed at healthcare workers in low-resource settings from the pubmed database from hall et al, 2014, include an assessment of mhealth interventions that target individuals to improve their health behaviors and outcomes here, the focus is. A common feature of these and other reviews of social marketing, including of studies taking place in high-income countries, is the challenge of identifying social marketing interventions and the risk of mis-classifying social marketing as health promotion or social and behaviour change communication.