Attended Medicine 2.0'10 (Maastricht, NL)
Attended Medicine 2.0'11 (Stanford University, USA)
Medicine 2.0'10 (Maastricht, NL)
Background: High rates of attrition (i.e., drop-out) are characteristic of the Internet, especially in Internet-delivered interventions targeting health risk behaviours related to chronic diseases (e.g., a sedentary lifestyle, high fat intake and cigarette smoking). This touches upon the critical issue in Internet-delivered interventions: how can behaviour change ever be achieved if people do not or hardly use the actual intervention? Objective: To assess the effects of visual complexity a...
Medicine 2.0'11 (Stanford University, USA)
Background Process evaluation aims to disentangle the factors that ensure successful intervention outcomes and attempts to document the steps involved in achieving successful implementation of an intervention. Integrating both qualitative and quantitative methods during process evaluation yields rich detail about intervention outcomes that neither method could achieve alone. This study focuses on a quantitative method that can be used during process evaluation of Internet-delivered intervent...
Medicine 2.0'13 (London, UK)
Tailored E-Health Gaming: a New Window of Opportunities for E-Health?
Background: Computer tailoring strategies are used to provide people with relevant and highly personalized feedback and advice. This strategy has proven to be effective and cost-effective to improve health behaviors. Traditionally, computer tailored feedback has been provided by e-mails or letters. More recently, video messages are used to decrease high attrition rates: the major drawback of web-based interventions. Adolescents in particular are easily bored and prematurely quit these interve...
Full Paper Publications
JMIR Public Health and Surveillance
Examining E-Loyalty in a Sexual Health Website: Cross-Sectional Study
JMIR Research Protocols
A Web-Based Intervention for Health Professionals and Patients to Decrease Cardiovascular Risk Attributable to Physical Inactivity: Development Process
Using Risk Group Profiles as a Lightweight Qualitative Approach for Intervention Development: An Example of Prevention of Tick Bites and Lyme Disease
Journal of Medical Internet Research
An Exploration of Factors Related to Dissemination of and Exposure to Internet-Delivered Behavior Change Interventions Aimed at Adults: A Delphi Study Approach
Investigating Predictors of Visiting, Using, and Revisiting an Online Health-Communication Program: A Longitudinal Study
Which Intervention Characteristics are Related to More Exposure to Internet-Delivered Healthy Lifestyle Promotion Interventions? A Systematic Review
Bringing Loyalty to E-health: Theory Validation Using Three Internet-Delivered Interventions
The Role of User Control in Adherence to and Knowledge Gained from a Website: Randomized Comparison Between a Tunneled Version and a Freedom-of-Choice Version
From eHealth Technologies to Interventions
Influence of Delivery Strategy on Message-Processing Mechanisms and Future Adherence to a Dutch Computer-Tailored Smoking Cessation Intervention
Online Prevention Aimed at Lifestyle Behaviors: A Systematic Review of Reviews
Do Email and Mobile Phone Prompts Stimulate Primary School Children to Reuse an Internet-Delivered Smoking Prevention Intervention?
The Behavioral Intervention Technology Model and Intervention Mapping: The Best of Both Worlds
Who Follows eHealth Interventions as Recommended? A Study of Participants' Personal Characteristics From the Experimental Arm of a Randomized Controlled Trial
Effects of a Web-Based Computer-Tailored Game to Reduce Binge Drinking Among Dutch Adolescents: A Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial
Impact of Educational Level on Study Attrition and Evaluation of Web-Based Computer-Tailored Interventions: Results From Seven Randomized Controlled Trials
Metadata Correction: Impact of Educational Level on Study Attrition and Evaluation of Web-Based Computer-Tailored Interventions: Results From Seven Randomized Controlled Trials
Website Use and Effects of Online Information About Tobacco Additives Among the Dutch General Population: A Randomized Controlled Trial
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