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Physical Activity Communication in the Workplace: A Test of the Theory of Planned Behavior and Persuasive Communication Strategies

Titel Englisch Physical Activity Communication in the Workplace: A Test of the Theory of Planned Behavior and Persuasive Communication Strategies
Gesuchsteller/in Bardus Marco
Nummer 135856
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Forschungseinrichtung Centre for Vascular Research Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences University of Nottingham
Hochschule Institution ausserhalb der Schweiz - IACH
Disziplinen Gesundheit
Beginn/Ende 01.01.2011 - 30.06.2011
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Keywords (6)

health communication, new technologies, theory of planned behavior, new media, SMS, health promotion

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Publikationen

Publikation
Reasons for participating and not participating in a e-health workplace physical activity intervention
Bardus Marco, Blake Holly, Lloyd Scott, Suggs L. Suzanne (2014), Reasons for participating and not participating in a e-health workplace physical activity intervention, in International Journal of Workplace Health Management, 7(4), 229-246.
Effects of text messaging in addition to emails on physical activity among university and college employees in the UK
Suggs S., Blake H., Bardus M., Lloyd S. (2013), Effects of text messaging in addition to emails on physical activity among university and college employees in the UK, in Journal of Health Services Research & Policy, 18(1 Suppl), 56-64.
Investigating the Directionality and Pattern of Mutual Changes of Health Outcomes. Adding Dynamic Perspectives to Static Longitudinal Analyses
Coman Emil N, Bardus Marco, Suggs L Suzanne, Iordache Eugen, Coman Maria A, Blake Holly (2013), Investigating the Directionality and Pattern of Mutual Changes of Health Outcomes. Adding Dynamic Perspectives to Static Longitudinal Analyses, in Modern Modeling Methods Conference, University of Connecticut, USA.