Using Internet and Mobile Phone Technology to Deliver an Automated Physical Activity Program: Randomized Controlled Trial

@inproceedings{Hurling2007UsingIA,
  title={Using Internet and Mobile Phone Technology to Deliver an Automated Physical Activity Program: Randomized Controlled Trial},
  author={Robert Hurling and Michael Catt and Marco De Boni and Bruce William Fairley and Tina L. Hurst and Peter Murray and Alannah Richardson and J. S. Sodhi and Anind Dey and Sandra K. Johnston and Louise Barkhuus},
  booktitle={Journal of medical Internet research},
  year={2007}
}
BACKGROUND The Internet has potential as a medium for health behavior change programs, but no controlled studies have yet evaluated the impact of a fully automated physical activity intervention over several months with real-time objective feedback from a monitor. OBJECTIVE The aim was to evaluate the impact of a physical activity program based on the Internet and mobile phone technology provided to individuals for 9 weeks. METHODS A single-center, randomized, stratified controlled trial… CONTINUE READING
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