Practical and relevant self-report measures of patient health behaviors for primary care research.

@article{Glasgow2005PracticalAR,
  title={Practical and relevant self-report measures of patient health behaviors for primary care research.},
  author={Russell E. Glasgow and Marcia G Ory and Lisa Klesges and Maribel Cifuentes and Douglas H. Fernald and Lawrence W. Green},
  journal={Annals of family medicine},
  year={2005},
  volume={3 1},
  pages={73-81}
}
PURPOSE With increasing evidence for the value of behavior change counseling, there is a need for health behavior measurements that can be implemented in primary care research. This article discusses criteria for and reviews self-report measures to briefly assess cigarette smoking, eating patterns, physical activity, and risky drinking across the life course. It then proposes pragmatic measures for use in practice-based research. METHODS Drawing from literature reviews, previous multisite… CONTINUE READING

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