A systematic review of the effectiveness of interventions based on a stages-of-change approach to promote individual behaviour change

Riemsma, R. P. and Pattenden, J. and Bridle, C. and Sowden, A. J. and Mather, L. and Watt, I. S. and Walker, A. (2002) A systematic review of the effectiveness of interventions based on a stages-of-change approach to promote individual behaviour change. Health Technology Assessment, 6 (24). ISSN 1366-5278

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Keywords:alcohol consumption, alcoholism, behavior modification, breast cancer, cancer screening, cigarette smoking, clinical pathway, clinical trial, consultation, controlled clinical trial, controlled study, cost effectiveness analysis, diet restriction, dietary intake, evidence based medicine, health behavior, health care policy, health program, health promotion, human, instrumental conditioning, interview, lifestyle, mammography, mass medium, meta analysis, morbidity, mortality, motivation, outcomes research, patient attitude, patient compliance, patient counseling, patient education, patient guidance, physical activity, psychological theory, publication, quality control, questionnaire, randomized controlled trial, review, self report, smoking cessation, socioeconomics, teaching, telephone telemetry, tobacco dependence
Divisions:College of Social Science > School of Health & Social Care
College of Social Science > Lincoln Institute of Health
ID Code:23918
Deposited On:01 Sep 2016 11:20

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