An Internet-based osteoporotic fracture risk program: effect on knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors.

@article{Drieling2011AnIO,
  title={An Internet-based osteoporotic fracture risk program: effect on knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors.},
  author={Rebecca L. Drieling and Jun Ma and Sreedevi Thiyagarajan and Randall Scott Stafford},
  journal={Journal of women's health},
  year={2011},
  volume={20 12},
  pages={
          1895-907
        }
}
OBJECTIVE The 2004 Surgeon General's Bone Health Report calls for innovative interventions to reduce osteoporotic fracture. We developed an Internet-based risk- and stage-tailored intervention to promote self-management of fracture risk. METHODS We randomized 121 women to receive 18 personalized Internet-based tutorials with behavior modification strategies for nutrition, exercise, and other behaviors (n=61) or to receive standard information (n=60). Tutorials were tailored for 10-year hip… CONTINUE READING
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