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A Text Message Intervention with Adaptive Goal Support to Reduce Alcohol Consumption Among Non-Treatment-Seeking Young Adults: Non-Randomized Clinical Trial with Voluntary Length of Enrollment

A Text Message Intervention with Adaptive Goal Support to Reduce Alcohol Consumption Among Non-Treatment-Seeking Young Adults: Non-Randomized Clinical Trial with Voluntary Length of Enrollment

Systematic reviews suggest that mobile digital interventions can reduce alcohol use in adults [4] and that text message (short message service, SMS) interventions reduce alcohol consumption among young adult populations [5].

Brian Suffoletto, Tammy Chung, Frederick Muench, Peter Monti, Duncan B Clark

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2018;6(2):e35


Understanding Environmental and Contextual Influences of Physical Activity During First-Year University: The Feasibility of Using Ecological Momentary Assessment in the MovingU Study

Understanding Environmental and Contextual Influences of Physical Activity During First-Year University: The Feasibility of Using Ecological Momentary Assessment in the MovingU Study

Smartphones have become ubiquitous in the young adult population [36] and therefore represent an intuitive way to implement data-intensive recruitment strategies by collecting multiple responses from participants via electronic surveys sent multiple times throughout

Chloe Bedard, Sara King-Dowling, Madeline McDonald, Genevieve Dunton, John Cairney, Matthew Kwan

JMIR Public Health Surveill 2017;3(2):e32


Optimizing a Text Message Intervention to Reduce Heavy Drinking in Young Adults: Focus Group Findings

Optimizing a Text Message Intervention to Reduce Heavy Drinking in Young Adults: Focus Group Findings

In this study, we address the need to continually improve the intervention through an iterative process of testing and evaluation, by collecting feedback from young adult drinkers who were exposed to the TRAC intervention.

Brian Suffoletto, Jeffrey Kristan, Laurel Person Mecca, Tammy Chung, Duncan B Clark

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2016;4(2):e73