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  • Effective recruitment strategies for African-American men and women: the Nutritious Eating with Soul study. [Journal Article]
    Health Educ Res. 2021 Feb 13 [Online ahead of print]Turner-McGrievy GM, Wilson MJ, … Hutto B
  • Previous studies have found it challenging to recruit African-American (AA) participants into health education research studies. The goal of this article is to describe the recruitment methods used for the Nutritious Eating with Soul (NEW Soul) study, a 2-year randomized behavioral health education intervention, conducted in two cohorts, with emphasis on methods used for reaching men. Participant…
  • A mobile-based educational intervention on STI-related preventive behavior among Iranian women. [Journal Article]
    Health Educ Res. 2021 Jan 29 [Online ahead of print]Kazemi S, Tavousi M, Zarei F
  • While rates of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in Iran are alarming, little is known about preventive sexual behaviors. The purpose of this article was to assess the effect of a mobile-based educational program to promote preventive behaviors regarding STIs in Iranian women. Using Roger's protection motivation theory, the following measures were developed as the study's conceptual framewor…
  • Testing risk and protective factor assumptions in the Icelandic model of adolescent substance use prevention. [Journal Article]
    Health Educ Res. 2021 Jan 12 [Online ahead of print]Kristjansson AL, Lilly CL, … Sigfusdottir ID
  • Iceland has witnessed a dramatic decline in adolescent substance use that may be partly the result of efforts related to the Icelandic prevention model (IPM). We sought to test risk and protective factor assumptions of the IPM using a prospective cohort study with 12 months separating baseline from follow-up. Participants were students in grades 8 and 9 in the national Icelandic school system enr…
  • Effectiveness of pictographs in improving patient education outcomes: a systematic review. [Journal Article]
    Health Educ Res. 2020 Dec 17 [Online ahead of print]Wang T, Voss JG
  • The objective of this review was to investigate process of pictograph development and the effectiveness of pictographs in patient education. We conducted searches in Medline/PubMed, CINAHL with full text, PsycInfo, ERIC and Cochrane Library with keywords: (pictograph or pictorial) AND (patient education) NOT (children or adolescent or youth or child or teenagers). After excluding manuscripts that…
  • Parenting style as longitudinal predictor of adolescents' health behaviors in Lebanon. [Journal Article]
    Health Educ Res. 2020 Dec 16 [Online ahead of print]Hayek J, Tueni M, … de Vries H
  • This prospective study aimed to examine how parenting style relates to health behaviors and body mass index of Lebanese adolescents while checking for interactive effect of child characteristics (age and gender). About 341 students from private and public schools in Mount Lebanon and Beirut area, aged between 16 and 18 years, completed a self-administered survey assessing socio-demographics, pare…
  • A systematic review of alcohol education programs for young people: do these programs change behavior? [Journal Article]
    Health Educ Res. 2020 Dec 11 [Online ahead of print]Calverley HLM, Petrass LA, Blitvich JD
  • Numerous education programs have addressed young peoples' alcohol use. To date, no peer-reviewed publication has evaluated the effectiveness of such programs delivered across a range of contexts to change alcohol-related behaviors, attitudes and/or knowledge. This systematic review aimed to identify alcohol education programs addressing young people, and determine whether they changed alcohol-rel…
  • Process evaluation of HAT TRICK: feasibility, acceptability and opportunities for programme refinement. [Journal Article]
    Health Educ Res. 2020 Dec 23; 35(6):605-617.Sharp P, Bottorff JL, … Caperchione CM
  • Preventive lifestyle interventions are needed to address challenges in engaging men in conventional health programmes. This process evaluation examined the feasibility and acceptability of HAT TRICK, a gender-sensitized programme targeting physical activity, healthy eating and social connectedness. A mixed-methods approach was utilized to examine the effectiveness of recruitment and selection pro…
  • How do Nigerian newspapers report COVID-19 pandemic? The implication for awareness and prevention. [Journal Article]
    Health Educ Res. 2020 10 01; 35(5):471-480.Apuke OD, Omar B
  • This study examined media coverage of COVID-19 in Nigeria with attention to the frequency and depth of coverage, story format, news sources, media tone and themes. Four widely read newspapers were content analysed between February 2020 and April 2020. Focus was on Daily Sun, Vanguard, Daily Trust and Leadership. Results indicated that the Nigerian media performed well in terms of covering the pan…
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