Effectiveness of computer-based tailoring versus targeting to promote use of hearing protection.

@article{Kerr2007EffectivenessOC,
  title={Effectiveness of computer-based tailoring versus targeting to promote use of hearing protection.},
  author={Madeleine J. Kerr and Kay Savik and Karen A. Monsen and Sally Lechlitner Lusk},
  journal={The Canadian journal of nursing research = Revue canadienne de recherche en sciences infirmieres},
  year={2007},
  volume={39 1},
  pages={80-97}
}
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of 2 computer-based interventions and booster messages on construction workers' use of hearing protection. Construction workers (n = 343) were randomly assigned to receive tailored (addressing individual characteristics) or targeted (addressing shared characteristics) education, with or without booster messages, in an experimental 4-group pretest-post-test design. Post hoc message matching compared the value of tailored and targeted… CONTINUE READING
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