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Online Lifestyle Modification Intervention: Survey of Primary Care Providers’ Attitudes and Views

Online Lifestyle Modification Intervention: Survey of Primary Care Providers’ Attitudes and Views

The goal of this study was to evaluate physician response to a referral model for implementing a year-long online intervention providing self-management support for weight loss to obese adult primary care patients.

Reem M Hanna, Gary Fischer, Molly B Conroy, Cindy Bryce, Rachel Hess, Kathleen McTigue

J Med Internet Res 2018;20(6):e167


Attrition in an Online Loneliness Intervention for Adults Aged 50 Years and Older: Survival Analysis

Attrition in an Online Loneliness Intervention for Adults Aged 50 Years and Older: Survival Analysis

It is important to gain more insight into online intervention attrition for 2 reasons. First, dropout attrition, which refers to participants dropping out of the study but not leaving the intervention, affects the study’s effectiveness [6].

Tamara Bouwman, Theo van Tilburg, Marja Aartsen

JMIR Aging 2019;2(2):e13638


Feasibility of a Therapist-Supported, Mobile Phone–Delivered Online Intervention for Depression: Longitudinal Observational Study

Feasibility of a Therapist-Supported, Mobile Phone–Delivered Online Intervention for Depression: Longitudinal Observational Study

Participants were offered a free online intervention for depression that included mobile phone–delivered content, anonymous weekly chat group, and private phone/chat access to therapists. All participants were required to have a mobile phone.

Philippe R Goldin, Riku Lindholm, Kristian Ranta, Outi Hilgert, Tiia Helteenvuori, Anu Raevuori

JMIR Form Res 2019;3(1):e11509