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China: health, poverty and economic development. Beijing: World Health Organization; From a national, centrally planned health system to a system based on the market: lessons from China.

Health Aff. Xinhua News Agency. Accessed 4 May Reforms, investment, and poverty in rural China. Economic development and cultural change. The University of Chicago Press. Friedman RH. Automated telephone conversations to assess health behavior and deliver behavioral interventions. J Med Syst. Noell J, Glasgow RE. Interactive technology applications for behavioral counseling: issues and opportunities for health care settings.

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International Telecommunication Union. Global status report on noncommunicable diseases Heterosexual transmission of HIV in China: a systematic review of behavioral studies in the past two decades. Sex Transm Dis. Harnessing motivational forces in the promotion of physical activity: the community health advice by telephone CHAT project. Health Educ Res. Exercise advice by humans versus computers: maintenance effects at 18 months.

A culturally adapted telecommunication system to improve physical activity, diet quality, and medication adherence among hypertensive African-Americans: a randomized controlled trial. Ann Behav Med. Telephone-linked care for cancer symptom monitoring: a pilot study.

Doreen Heng Liu

Cancer Pract. Download references. The authors also acknowledge Crystal Lu for assistance in project management and evaluation. The funding body has no role in the design of the study and collection, analysis, and interpretation of data and in the writing the manuscript.

LM analysed and interpreted the data, and was a major contributor in writing the manuscript. RF developed the TLC technology platform, and contributed to manuscript writing. JL interpreted the data and contributed to manuscript writing. JP provided access to the subjects and interpretation of results. All authors read and approved the final manuscript.

Correspondence to Robert H. Friedman or Joseph T. Written informed consent was obtained from all participants before they join the study. Springer Nature remains neutral with regard to jurisdictional claims in published maps and institutional affiliations. Reprints and Permissions. Search all BMC articles Search. Mui 1 , Robert H. Friedman 2 , Joseph T. Abstract Background The prevalence of diabetes in China has rapidly increased in recent years. Methods This study employed a parallel, two-group, non-blinded, randomized controlled trial design with equal allocation to the intervention group TLC-PA-China , and a control group.

Conclusions TLC-PA-China increased physical activity levels among physically inactive adults in China who were at high risk of developing diabetes. Open Peer Review reports. Methods Study design and setting This study employed a parallel, two-group, non-blinded, randomized controlled trial design with equal allocation to the experimental group TLC-PA-China , and a control group. Participants Inclusion criteria Participants needed to have at least one first-degree relative who was diagnosed with diabetes mellitus by a physician.

Recruitment of study subjects Diabetes patients managed by the Community Health Centers were contacted by their physician and briefed about how family history and physical inactivity would increase diabetes risk of their family members. Randomization Block randomization block size of 8 was employed during randomization.

Interventions Intervention group Participants who were randomized to the intervention group received the TLC-PA-China program and were requested to call the system once per week during a six-month period. Participant Flow. Full size image. Table 2 Socio-demographic characteristics by treatment group or gender Full size table. Table 3 Baseline physical health by treatment group or gender Full size table. Table 5 Longitudinal modeling of meeting physical activity recommendation using generalized estimating equation Full size table.

Discussion Our findings showed that the TLC-PA-China system was efficacious in increasing physical activity in inactive family members of diabetes patients to levels recommended by public health authorities in China and other countries [ 15 , 16 ]. Conclusions This study introduced the behavioral informatics approach to health promotion into China. References 1. J Hypertens. Epidemiological feature on diabetes mellitus among permanent inhabitant in the special economic zone of Shenzhen.

Zhonghua liu xing bing xue za zhi. Shenzhen: Shenzhen Municipal Statistic Bureau; The virtual visit: using telecommunications technology to take care of patients. J Am Med Inform Assoc. Are physical activity interventions in primary care and the community cost-effective? A systematic review of the evidence. Br J Gen Pract. Health behavior and health education: theory, research, and practice. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass; Ongoing physical activity advice by humans versus computers: the community health advice by telephone CHAT trial. Health Psychol.

Effects of a computer-based, telephone-counseling system on physical activity. Am J Prev Med. Med Sci Sports Exerc.

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Accessed 4 May Reforms, investment, and poverty in rural China. Economic development and cultural change. The University of Chicago Press. Friedman RH. Automated telephone conversations to assess health behavior and deliver behavioral interventions. J Med Syst.

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Noell J, Glasgow RE. Interactive technology applications for behavioral counseling: issues and opportunities for health care settings. International Telecommunication Union. Global status report on noncommunicable diseases Heterosexual transmission of HIV in China: a systematic review of behavioral studies in the past two decades.

Sex Transm Dis. Harnessing motivational forces in the promotion of physical activity: the community health advice by telephone CHAT project. Health Educ Res. Exercise advice by humans versus computers: maintenance effects at 18 months. A culturally adapted telecommunication system to improve physical activity, diet quality, and medication adherence among hypertensive African-Americans: a randomized controlled trial. Ann Behav Med.


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Telephone-linked care for cancer symptom monitoring: a pilot study. Cancer Pract. Download references. The authors also acknowledge Crystal Lu for assistance in project management and evaluation. The funding body has no role in the design of the study and collection, analysis, and interpretation of data and in the writing the manuscript. LM analysed and interpreted the data, and was a major contributor in writing the manuscript. RF developed the TLC technology platform, and contributed to manuscript writing. JL interpreted the data and contributed to manuscript writing.

JP provided access to the subjects and interpretation of results.


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