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The Effectiveness of Living Well Multicultural - Lifestyle Management Program among Ethnic Populations in Queensland, Australia.

Some migrant groups have higher risks of deaths and chronic diseases due to barriers associated with socioeconomic disadvantage, social isolation, racism, language, poor access to health services, and low levels of health literacy. However, few culturally-tailored interventions have targeted ethnic groups in Australia. This study evaluated the effectiveness of the Living Well Multicultural-Lifestyle Management Program (LWM-LMP) in Queensland, Australia.


Effectiveness of a Video-Based Lifestyle Education Program Compared to Usual Care in Improving HbA1c and Other Metabolic Parameters in Individuals with Type 2 Diabetes: An Open-Label Parallel Arm Randomized Control Trial (RCT).

This study was designed to investigate the effectiveness of a video-based lifestyle education program (VBLEP) in improving glycemic control in people with type 2 diabetes mellitus compared with usual care.

Effectiveness of a self-management retraining program improving the quality of life of people receiving continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis.

People receiving continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis (CAPD) are often faced with technical difficulties while performing self-dialysis, which can compromise outcomes and health-related quality of life. This mixed-methods exploratory sequential study aims to implement a repeated-measures experimental design to assess the effectiveness of a self-management retraining program. The sample consisted of 41 participants living with chronic kidney disease aged 20 to 80 years who were receiving CAPD. Partici...


Effectiveness of Stress Management Interventional Program on occupational stress for Nurses: A Systematic Review.

The purpose of this systematic review is to evaluate the effectiveness of stress management interventional program in reducing occupational stress among nurses.

Creating Organizational Conditions for Healthy Lifestyle Formation Among Population.

The key role in healthy lifestyle (HLS) formation among the population belongs to medical specialists, who possess reliable scientific knowledge in this field. The effectiveness of spreading healthy living message is connected with organizational conditions: principles of segmentation and patient routing, role of non-physician staff, development of remote forms of work and staff training system. Much attention is given to healthy living attitudes among medical specialists. According to the conducted sociolo...

Mobile Health Coaching on Nutrition and Lifestyle Behaviors for Subfertile Couples Using the Smarter Pregnancy Program: Model-Based Cost-Effectiveness Analysis.

The health care costs for reproductive care have substantially increased with the use of in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment. The mobile health (mHealth) coaching program Smarter Pregnancy is an effective intervention to improve nutrition and lifestyle behaviors and pregnancy rates in (sub)fertile couples, including those who undergo IVF treatment. Therefore, we hypothesize that this mHealth program can also reduce health care costs associated with IVF treatment.

Effectiveness of a Digital Lifestyle Change Program in Obese and Type 2 Diabetes Populations: Service Evaluation of Real-World Data.

The prevalence of type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) and obesity is increasing, and the way people interact with health care is evolving. People traditionally access advice and support to improve their lifestyle and learn more about the self-management of T2DM in a face-to-face setting. Although these services have a strong evidence base, they have limitations for reaching specific groups of people. Digital programs could provide a new delivery model to help more people access health education and behavior cha...

Self-management based coaching program to improve diabetes mellitus self-management practice and metabolic markers among uncontrolled type 2 diabetes mellitus in Indonesia: A quasi-experimental study.

Diabetes mellitus self-management practice is an essential part of diabetes management among uncontrolled type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM). This study aimed to examine the effectiveness of the diabetes mellitus self-management (DMSM) based coaching program on improvement of the DMSM practice and metabolic markers. A quasi-experimental study, pre-test, and post-test design with the non-equivalent control group were applied in this study. Sixty samples were selected and were randomly assigned to both the exper...

Cost-effectiveness of a multidisciplinary co-management program for the older hip fracture patients in Beijing.

The multidisciplinary co-management program for geriatric patients with hip fracture is cost-effective in the Chinese population and it has the potential to be scaled up in China.

Cost-Effectiveness of Three Doses of a Behavioral Intervention to Prevent or Delay Type 2 Diabetes in Rural Areas.

Rural Americans have higher prevalence of obesity and type 2 diabetes (T2D) than urban populations and more limited access to behavioral programs to promote healthy lifestyle habits. Descriptive evidence from the Rural Lifestyle Intervention Treatment Effectiveness trial delivered through local cooperative extension service offices in rural areas previously identified that behavioral modification with both nutrition education and coaching resulted in a lower program delivery cost per kilogram of weight loss...

A Narrative Review of Lifestyle Factors Associated with Parkinson's Disease Risk and Progression.

Parkinson's disease is a complex slowly progressive neurodegenerative disorder with motor and non-motor symptoms affecting daily living. Despite effective symptomatic treatments, with various degrees of side effects, no disease-modifying therapeutic options presently exist. Symptoms progress, with an accumulating burden, reducing the quality of life and forming the impression that medications are no longer effective. Adopting positive lifestyle behaviours can empower patients, improve the quality of life, a...

Better Health Choices: Feasability and preliminary effectiveness of a peer delivered healthy lifestyle intervention in a community mental health setting.

To reduce smoking and improve other health behaviours of people living with severe mental illness, healthy lifestyle interventions have been recommended. One approach to improving the availability of these types of interventions is to utilise the mental health peer workforce. The current study aimed to evaluate the feasibility of peer-workers facilitating a telephone delivered healthy lifestyle intervention within community based mental health settings. The study also examined preliminary outcomes of the in...

A nexus between environmental literacy, environmental attitude and healthy living.

It has been widely acknowledged that environmental literacy can provide a strong foundation for future environmental responsiveness, as well as help in the transition towards more sustainable societies and healthy living. According to environmentalists and social scientists, behavioural intentions to sustainable consumption and lifestyle among citizens will help to nurture global environmental and economic sustainability and foster environment and human health development. The study tries to assess the adop...

Multidisciplinary protocol for the management of fibromyalgia associated with imbalance. Our experience and literature review.

We reported our multidisciplinary protocol for the management of fibromyalgia associated with imbalance. Our aim was to verify the effectiveness of a proprioceptive training program as a complementary therapy for a traditional protocol of education, mindfulness, and exercise training for the management of fibromyalgia associated with imbalance.

Healthy lifestyle index and its association with hypertension among community adults in Sri Lanka: A cross-sectional study.

To investigate the association between a healthy lifestyle index (HLI) (i.e., a composite score comprising multiple lifestyle factors) and hypertension among community adults living in Sri Lanka.

Application method affects pesticide efficiency and effectiveness in wheat fields.

There is an urgent need to enhance the pesticide effectiveness while reducing adverse environmental impacts, based on the pesticide reduction program that required net zero growth in chemical pesticide applications by 2020. Agricultural production can benefit from appropriate pesticide application using the optimal method. In this study, the effects of different application methods on the effectiveness, spray deposition, and residue behaviour on wheat production were compared to determine the most efficient...

What Can You Achieve in Eight Years? A Case Study on Participation, Effectiveness, and Overall Impact of a Comprehensive Workplace Health Promotion Program.

To investigate participation and effectiveness of a multiyear comprehensive workplace health promotion (WHP) program.

An Automated Telephone Call System Improves the Reach and Cost-effectiveness of Panel Management Outreach for Cancer Screening.

This implementation and comparative effectiveness study compared an automated call system (ACS)-assisted method to enhance staff efficiency in panel management cancer screening outreach compared with standard outreach using manual calls. One panel manager assisted by the ACS at the intervention primary care practice completed outreach workflows for 43% more patients than 2 unassisted panel managers at comparison practices, with 78% more patients in the ACS-assisted panel management program ultimately having...

Empowerment of Frontline Leaders in an Online Learning, Certificate Program.

To evaluate the effectiveness of an online learning, certificate program for frontline nurse leaders' sense of empowerment.

Evaluating complex interventions in real context: Logic analysis of a case management program for frequent users of healthcare services.

Case management programs for frequent users of healthcare services are complex interventions which implementation and application are challenging to evaluate. The aim of this article was to conduct a logic analysis to evaluate a case management program for frequent users of healthcare services. The study proceeded in three phases: 1) establishing causal links between the program's components by the construction of a logic model, 2) developing an integrated framework from a realistic synthesis, and 3) making...

Program completion and glycemic control in a remote patient monitoring program for diabetes management: does gender matter?

To examine gender differences in program completion and glycemic outcomes for patients with type 2 diabetes (T2D) in a remote patient monitoring (RPM) program for diabetes management.

Obesity : eat less and move more ? Not so easy.

Obesity is a chronic disease that requires a complex treatment. Establishing a balanced diet and regular physical activity is not always simple, especially in the long term. There are multiple factors (biological and psychological) favoring weight gain, often limiting the effectiveness of lifestyle approaches. Pharmacology offers us another therapeutic option with new molecules effective for weight loss. Bariatric surgery is also effective, but it is not without risks, especially if the patients have not be...

Reducing Cardiovascular Disease Risk for Employees Through Participation in a Wellness Program.

The objective was to evaluate the long-term impact that the University of Rochester Employee Wellness program has made in reducing cardiovascular disease risk. The authors conducted a 5-year retrospective study to measure change in health outcomes for more than 16,000 employees who participated in the program for more than 1 year between January 2013 and December 2017. A logistic regression model was applied to estimate the impact of participation on improvement in cardiovascular disease risk. Statistically...

Pain Management in Nursing Home Residents: Findings from a Pilot Effectiveness-Implementation Study.

To evaluate the effectiveness and implementation of a multilevel pain management intervention in nursing homes (NHs) comprising a pain management guideline, care worker training, and pain champions.

Comparison of the effectiveness of teaching strategies for a pediatric pain management program for undergraduate nursing students: A quantitative evaluation using an objective structured clinical examination.

Pain is a common experience for hospitalized children; however, nursing students are often not adequately trained in pediatric pain management. Innovative teaching strategies, such as e-learning, have been employed for instructing students, however success of these platforms has not been quantitatively measured. This study compared students' knowledge and skill performance following a researcher-designed pain management program administered with three teaching strategies: traditional face-to-face, e-learnin...


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