Turning Good Intentions Into Actions by Using the Health Action Process Approach to Predict Adherence to Internet-Based Depression Prevention: Secondary Analysis of a Randomized Controlled Trial

Turning Good Intentions Into Actions by Using the Health Action Process Approach to Predict Adherence to Internet-Based Depression Prevention: Secondary Analysis of a Randomized Controlled Trial

Turning Good Intentions Into Actions by Using the Health Action Process Approach to Predict Adherence to Internet-Based Depression Prevention: Secondary Analysis of a Randomized Controlled Trial

Journals

  1. Gabel P, Larsen M, Kirkegaard P, Edwards A, Andersen B. The LEAD trial - the effectiveness of a decision aid on decision making among citizens with lower educational attainment who have not participated in FIT-based colorectal cancer screening in Denmark: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial. Trials 2018;19(1) View
  2. Gabel P, Edwards A, Kirkegaard P, Larsen M, Andersen B. The LEAD trial—The effectiveness of a decision aid on decision making among citizens with lower educational attainment who have not participated in FIT-based colorectal cancer screening in Denmark: A randomised controlled trial. Patient Education and Counseling 2020;103(2):359 View
  3. Gabel P, Larsen M, Edwards A, Kirkegaard P, Andersen B, Byrnes J. Effectiveness of a decision aid for colorectal cancer screening on components of informed choice according to educational attainment: A randomised controlled trial. PLOS ONE 2020;15(11):e0241703 View