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User Perceptions of a Dementia Risk Reduction Website and Its Promotion of Behavior Change

User Perceptions of a Dementia Risk Reduction Website and Its Promotion of Behavior Change

The survey consisted of 48 items including demographics and questions about knowledge of dementia risk reduction before and after visiting the website, motivation to do something to reduce dementia risk before and after visiting the website, current behavior

Maree Farrow

JMIR Res Protoc 2013;2(1):e15


A Web-Based Intervention for Health Professionals and Patients to Decrease Cardiovascular Risk Attributable to Physical Inactivity: Development Process

A Web-Based Intervention for Health Professionals and Patients to Decrease Cardiovascular Risk Attributable to Physical Inactivity: Development Process

and Specify Changes (Patients)In formulating our intervention objectives for patients, we defined the desired behavior as risk-reduction behavior assuming that if an intervention reduces the prevalence of risk factors, it can also reduce the prevalence of disease

Barbara Sassen, Gerjo Kok, Ilse Mesters, Rik Crutzen, Anita Cremers, Luc Vanhees

JMIR Res Protoc 2012;1(2):e21


What do Web-Use Skill Differences Imply for Online Health Information Searches?

What do Web-Use Skill Differences Imply for Online Health Information Searches?

Moreover, most research into online behavior is limited to mock-up sites [12], restricted search spaces [13,14], and quantifiable outcome measures such as search time, number of search terms entered, or clicks [15].

Markus A Feufel, S Frederica Stahl

J Med Internet Res 2012;14(3):e87


Changing Behavioral Lifestyle Risk Factors Related to Cognitive Decline in Later Life Using a Self-Motivated eHealth Intervention in Dutch Adults

Changing Behavioral Lifestyle Risk Factors Related to Cognitive Decline in Later Life Using a Self-Motivated eHealth Intervention in Dutch Adults

Moreover, studies have shown that the relative risk of developing these diseases increases when several risk factors are present [4]. Consequently, reversing unhealthy behaviors may significantly benefit one’s health in later life.

Teun Aalbers, Li Qin, Maria AE Baars, Annet de Lange, Roy PC Kessels, Marcel GM Olde Rikkert

J Med Internet Res 2016;18(6):e171


Internet Use and Access Among Pregnant Women via Computer and Mobile Phone: Implications for Delivery of Perinatal Care

Internet Use and Access Among Pregnant Women via Computer and Mobile Phone: Implications for Delivery of Perinatal Care

Another limitation is that our survey does not explore women’s health information-seeking behavior on the Internet. Access to Internet technologies and use of such technologies is not the same as using such technologies for health applications.

Rachel Peragallo Urrutia, Alexander A Berger, Amber A Ivins, Eugene Galileo Urrutia, A Jenna Beckham, John M Thorp Jr, Wanda K Nicholson

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2015;3(1):e25


Feasibility and Preliminary Effectiveness of the Homework Intervention Strategy (eHIS) Program to Enhance Male Condom Use: Research Protocol

Feasibility and Preliminary Effectiveness of the Homework Intervention Strategy (eHIS) Program to Enhance Male Condom Use: Research Protocol

IntroductionBackgroundMale condoms remain the single best method of reducing the risk of acquiring sexually transmitted infections (STIs), including HIV [1,2].

Marta Glowacka, Lucy Yardley, Nicole Stone, Cynthia A Graham

JMIR Res Protoc 2018;7(1):e1