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Comparative and cost effectiveness of telemedicine versus telephone counseling for smoking cessation / Kimber P. Richter (2015)
Titre : Comparative and cost effectiveness of telemedicine versus telephone counseling for smoking cessation Type de document : texte imprimé Auteurs : Kimber P. Richter, Auteur ; Theresa I. Shireman, Auteur ; Edward F. Ellerbeck, Auteur Editeur : Toronto [Canada] : JMIR Publications Année de publication : 2015 Collection : Journal of medical internet research, ISSN 1438-8871 num. 17(5) Importance : 22 p. Langues : Anglais (eng) Catégories : [DIVERS] géographie:Amérique:Amérique du Nord:Etats-Unis
[TABAC] prévention:santé:santé publique
[TABAC] sevrage tabagique:aide au sevrage:service d'aide
Index. décimale : TA 6 Sevrage tabagique Résumé : Dans les zones rurales américaines, le tabagisme est très répandu et les prestataires de soins de santé manquent de temps et de ressources pour aider les fumeurs à arrêter. Les lignes téléphoniques d'aide à l'arrêt du tabac sont des moyens importants pour les services de sevrage dans les zones rurales, mais elles sont mal intégrées aux ressources locales de soins de santé. En ligne : https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4468596/ Format de la ressource électronique : HTML, PDF Permalink :
Aucun avis, veuillez vous identifier pour ajouter le vôtre !“If i were Nick”: men’s responses to an interactive video drama series to support smoking cessation / Joan L. Bottorff (2015)
Titre : “If i were Nick”: men’s responses to an interactive video drama series to support smoking cessation Type de document : texte imprimé Auteurs : Joan L. Bottorff, Auteur ; Garyl Sarbit, Auteur ; John L. Oliffe, Auteur Editeur : Toronto [Canada] : JMIR Publications Année de publication : 2015 Collection : Journal of medical internet research, ISSN 1438-8871 num. 17(8) e190 Importance : 14 p. Langues : Français (fre) Catégories : [DIVERS] type de document:vidéo
[TABAC] sevrage tabagique
Index. décimale : TA 5.4.3 Multimédia Résumé : Série de vidéos interactives pour aider au sevrage tabagique En ligne : https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4705026/ Format de la ressource électronique : HTML Permalink :
Aucun avis, veuillez vous identifier pour ajouter le vôtre !A multimedia mobile-phone-based youth smoking cessation intervention / Robyn Whittaker (2008)
Titre : A multimedia mobile-phone-based youth smoking cessation intervention : findings from content development and piloting studies Type de document : texte imprimé Auteurs : Robyn Whittaker, Auteur ; Ralph Maddison, Auteur ; Hayden McRobbie, Auteur ; Christopher Bullen, Auteur Editeur : Toronto [Canada] : JMIR Publications Année de publication : 2008 Collection : Journal of medical internet research, ISSN 1438-8871 Importance : 11 p. Langues : Anglais (eng) Catégories : [DIVERS] personne:par âge:jeune
[TABAC] sevrage tabagique:aide au sevrage:accompagnement
[TABAC] sevrage tabagique:méthode de sevrage:méthode individuelle:application mobile
Index. décimale : TA 6.2 Méthodes individuelles Résumé : Background
While most young people who smoke want to quit, few access cessation support services. Mobile phone–based cessation programs are ideal for young people: mobile phones are the most common means of peer communication, and messages can be delivered in an anonymous manner, anywhere, anytime. Following the success of our text messaging smoking cessation program, we developed an innovative multimedia mobile phone smoking cessation intervention.
The aim of the study was to develop and pilot test a youth-oriented multimedia smoking cessation intervention delivered solely by mobile phone.
Development included creating content and building the technology platform. Content development was overseen by an expert group who advised on youth development principles, observational learning (from social cognitive theory), effective smoking cessation interventions, and social marketing. Young people participated in three content development phases (consultation via focus groups and an online survey, content pre-testing, and selection of role models). Video and text messages were then developed, incorporating the findings from this research. Information technology systems were established to support the delivery of the multimedia messages by mobile phone. A pilot study using an abbreviated 4-week program of video and text content tested the reliability of the systems and the acceptability of the intervention.
Approximately 180 young people participated in the consultation phase. There was a high priority placed on music for relaxation (75%) and an interest in interacting with others in the program (40% would read messages, 36% would read a blog). Findings from the pre-testing phase (n = 41) included the importance of selecting “real” and “honest” role models with believable stories, and an interest in animations (37%). Of the 15 participants who took part in the pilot study, 13 (87%) were available for follow-up interviews at 4 weeks: 12 participants liked the program or liked it most of the time and found the role model to be believable; 7 liked the role model video messages (5 were unsure); 8 used the extra assistance for cravings; and 9 were happy with two messages per day. Nine participants (60%) stopped smoking during the program. Some technical challenges were encountered during the pilot study.
A multimedia mobile phone smoking cessation program is technically feasible, and the content developed is appropriate for this medium and is acceptable to our target population. These results have informed the design of a 6-month intervention currently being evaluated for its effectiveness in increasing smoking cessation rates in young people.
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Aucun avis, veuillez vous identifier pour ajouter le vôtre !Process and information needs when searching for and selecting apps for smoking cessation / Ylva Hendriks (2022)
Titre : Process and information needs when searching for and selecting apps for smoking cessation : qualitative study using contextual inquiry Type de document : document électronique Auteurs : Ylva Hendriks, Auteur ; Sebastiaan Peek, Auteur ; Maurits Kaptein, Auteur Editeur : Toronto [Canada] : JMIR Publications Année de publication : 2022 Collection : Journal of medical internet research, ISSN 1438-8871 num. 9 Importance : 23 p. Présentation : tab.,graph. Langues : Anglais (eng) Catégories : [DIVERS] géographie:Europe:Europe occidentale:Pays-Bas
[TABAC] sevrage tabagique:méthode de sevrage
[TABAC] sevrage tabagique:méthode de sevrage:méthode individuelle:application mobile
Index. décimale : TA 6.3 Programmes à composantes multiples Résumé : Background:
Hundreds of apps are available to support people in their quest to quit smoking. It has been hypothesized that selecting an app from a sizable volume without any aid can be overwhelming and difficult. However, little is known about how people choose apps for smoking cessation and what exactly people want to know about an app before choosing to install it.Understanding the decision-making process may ultimately be helpful in creating tools to help people meaningfully select apps.
The aim of this study is to obtain insights into the process of searching and selecting mobile apps for smoking cessation and map the range of actions and the accompanying reasons during the search, focusing on the information needs and experiences of those who aim to find an app.
Contextual inquiries were conducted with 10 Dutch adults wanting to quit smoking by using an app. During the inquiries, we observed people as they chose an app. In addition, 2 weeks later, there was a short semistructured follow-up interview over the phone. Through convenience and purposive sampling, we included participants differing in gender, age, and educational level. We used thematic analysis to analyze the transcribed interviews and leveraged a combination of video and audio recordings to understand what is involved in searching and selecting apps for smoking cessation.
The process of finding smoking cessation apps is comprehensive: participants explored, evaluated, and searched for information; imagined using functions; compared apps; assessed the trustworthiness of apps and information; and made several decisions while navigating the internet and app stores. During the search, the participants gained knowledge of apps and developed
clearer ideas about their wishes and requirements. Confidence and trust in these apps to help quitting remained quite low or even decreased. Although the process was predominantly a positive experience, the whole process took time and energy and caused negative emotions such as frustration and disappointment for some participants. In addition, without the participants realizing it,
errors in information processing occurred, which affected the choices they made. All participants chose an app with the explicit
intention of using it. After 2 weeks, of the 10 participants, 6 had used the app, of whom only 1 extensively.
Conclusions: Finding an app in the current app stores that contains functions and features expected to help in quitting smoking takes considerable time and energy, can be a negative experience, and is prone to errors in information processing that affect decision-making. Therefore, we advise the further development of decision aids, such as advanced filters, recommender systems
and curated health app portals, and make a number of concrete recommendations for the design of such systems.
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