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Psychological and Health Behavior Change Strategies

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Clinical Trials

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  • Falshaw, L., Friendship, C., Travers, R. & Nugent, F. (2003). Searching for ‘what works’: An evaluation of cognitive skills programmes. Home Office Research, Development & Statistics Directorate Research Findings No. 206. London: Home Office.
  • Forslund HB, Lindroos AK, Sjostrom L, Lissner L. Meal patterns and obesity in Swedish women – a simple instrument describing usual meal types, frequency, and temporal distribution. European Journal Clinical Nutrition. 2002;56:740-747. Abstract
  • Ngandu. T. et al. (2015) A 2 year multidomain intervention of diet, exercise cognitive training, and vascular risk monitoring versus control to prevent cognitive decline in at-risk elderly people (FINGER): a randomised controlled trial. The Lancet. DOI:10.1016/S0140-6736(15)60461-5
  • O’Neill, A. (2013) A randomised, controlled trial of a dietary intervention for adults with major depression (the ‘SMILES’ trial): study protocol). BMC Medicine, 13:114
  • Saris, W.H,M (2001) Very-low-calorie diets and sustained weight loss. Obesity Research.9:295S-301S. Abstract
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  • Svetkey L.P., V.J. Stevens, P.J. Brantley, L.J. Appel, J.F. Hollis, C.M. Loria, W.M. Vollmer, C.M. Gullion, K. Funk, P. Smith, C. Samuel-Hodge, V. Myers, L.F. Lien, D. Laferriere, B. Kennedy, G.J. Jerome, F. Heinith, D.W. Harsha, P. Evans, T.P Erlinger, A.T. Dalcin, J. Coughlin, J. Charleston, C.M. Champagne, A. Bauck, J.D. Ard, K. Aicher (2008). Comparison of strategies for sustaining weight loss: the weight loss maintenance randomized controlled trial. Journal of the American Medical Association. 299 (10): pp. 1139-48.
  • Swinburn BA, Metcalf PA, Ley SJ. Long-term (5-year) effects of a reduced-fat diet intervention in individuals with glucose intolerance. Diabetes Care. 2001;24:4.
 

Ethics

 

Digital Health developments

  • PWC (2014) Healthcare delivery of the future: how digital technology can bridge time and distance between clinicians and consumers. Health Research Institute. November 2014. Published online via www.pwc.com
 

Internet-based Health Behavior Interventions

  • Conroy, D.E., Yang, C.H., Maher, J.P (2014) Behaviour change techniques in top-ranked mobile apps for physical activity. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 46(6):649-52.
  • Glasgow, R. E. and Bull, S. S. (2001) Making a difference with interactive technology: considerations in using and evaluating computerized aids for diabetes self-management education. Diabetes Spectrum, 14, 99–106.
  • Glasgow, R. E., Boles, S. M., McKay, H. G., Feil, E. G. and Barrera, M. (2003) The D-Net diabetes self-management program: long-term implementation, outcomes, and generalization results. Preventive Medicine, 26, 410–419.
  • Harvey-Berino, J., Pintauro, S. J. and Gold, E. C. (2002) The feasibility of using Internet support for the maintenance of weight loss. Behavioral Modifications, 26, 103–116.
  • Mccoy, M., Couch, D., Duncan, N., and Lynch, S. (2005) Evaluating an Internet weight loss program for diabetes prevention. Department of Physiology, The University of Melbourne, Victoria 3010, Australia.
  • Tate, D. F., Wing, R. R. and Winett, R. A. (2001) Using Internet technology to deliver a behavioral weight loss program. Journal of the American Medical Association, 285, 1172–1177.
  • Tate, D. F., Jackvony, E. H. and Wing, R. R. (2003) Effects of Internet behavioral counseling on weight loss in adults at risk for type 2 diabetes: a randomized trial. Journal of the American Medical Association, 289, 1833–1836.
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Effects of Poor Health

  • Norton, S., Matthews, F.E., Barnes, D.E., Yaffe, K., Brayne, C. (2014) Potential for primary prevention of Alzheimer’s disease: an analysis of population-based data. The Lancet Neurology. 13(8):788-94
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Cost of Poor Health

  • Medibank Health Solutions (2010). Obesity in Australia: financial impacts and cost benefits of intervention. Available at: www.medicareaustralia.gov.au
  • The State of Obesity (2014) Fast facts: economic costs of obesity. Available online at stateofobesity.org.
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