Multiple health behaviour change primary care intervention for smoking cessation, physical activity and healthy diet in adults 45 to 75 years old (EIRA study): a hybrid effectiveness-implementation cluster randomised trial

@article{ZabaletadelOlmo2021MultipleHB,
  title={Multiple health behaviour change primary care intervention for smoking cessation, physical activity and healthy diet in adults 45 to 75 years old (EIRA study): a hybrid effectiveness-implementation cluster randomised trial},
  author={Edurne Zabaleta-del-Olmo and Marc Casajuana-Closas and Tom{\`a}s L{\'o}pez-Jim{\'e}nez and Haizea Pombo and Mariona Pons-Vigu{\'e}s and Enriqueta Pujol-Ribera and Carmen Cabezas-Pe{\~n}a and Joan Llobera and Ruth Mart{\'i}-Lluch and Caterina Vicens and Emma Motrico and Irene G{\'o}mez-G{\'o}mez and Jose A. Maderuelo-Fernandez and Jos{\'e} Ignacio Recio-Rodr{\'i}guez and B{\'a}rbara Masluk and Sara Contreras-Martos and Constanza Jacques-Avi{\~n}{\'o} and Ignacio Aznar-Lou and Montserrat Gil-Girbau and Ana Claver{\'i}a and Rosa Magall{\'o}n-Botaya and Juan {\'A}ngel Bell{\'o}n and Rafel Ramos and Alvaro Sanchez-Perez and Patricia Moreno-Peral and Alfonso Leiva and Clara Gonz{\'a}lez-Formoso and Bonaventura Bolibar},
  journal={BMC Public Health},
  year={2021},
  volume={21}
}
This study aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of a) a Multiple Health Behaviour Change (MHBC) intervention on reducing smoking, increasing physical activity and adherence to a Mediterranean dietary pattern in people aged 45–75 years compared to usual care; and b) an implementation strategy. A cluster randomised effectiveness-implementation hybrid trial-type 2 with two parallel groups was conducted in 25 Spanish Primary Health Care (PHC) centres (3062 participants): 12 centres (1481… 

Cost-effectiveness analysis of a multiple health behaviour change intervention in people aged between 45 and 75 years: a cluster randomized controlled trial in primary care (EIRA study)

TLDR
The efficiency of EIRA intervention cannot be fully established and its recommendation should be conditioned by results on medium-long term effects, as shown in the cost-utility and cost-effectiveness analysis.

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