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  1. Alerta Cannabis: A Tailored-Computer Web-Based Program for the Prevention of Cannabis Use in Adolescents: A Cluster-Randomized Controlled Trial Protocol
  2. Computer tailoring can improve fruit intake in older adults
  3. Challenges Faced by Women Recommended Anti-Hormonal Medication: 50% Maintain Intake for 5 Years
  4. Moderators of exercise effects on self-reported cognitive functioning in cancer survivors: an individual participant data meta-analysis
  5. Just-in-Time, but Still Planned: Lessons Learned From Speeding up the Development and Implementation of an Intervention to Promote COVID-19 Vaccination in University Students
  6. Facilitating Informed Decision Making: Determinants of University Students’ COVID-19 Vaccine Uptake
  7. Intervention Fidelity of Telephone Motivational Interviewing On Physical Activity, Fruit Intake, and Vegetable Consumption in Dutch Outpatients With and Without Hypertension
  8. 5-year adherence to adjuvant endocrine treatment in Dutch women with early stage breast cancer: a population-based database study (2006-2016).
  9. A Safe Return to Campus in Times of COVID-19: A Survey Study among University Personnel to Inform Decision Makers
  10. Selection of determinants of students' adherence to COVID-19 guidelines and translation into a brief intervention
  11. Psychosocial well-being and supportive care needs of cancer patients and survivors living in rural or regional areas: a systematic review from 2010 to 2021
  12. University Students’ Adherence to the COVID-19-guidelines: A Qualitative Study on Facilitators and Barriers
  13. Associations between baseline demographic, clinical and lifestyle factors, and changes in fatigue, depression, and health-related quality of life in long-term cancer survivors: a cohort study
  14. A randomized controlled trial comparing community lifestyle interventions to improve adherence to diet and physical activity recommendations: the VitalUM study
  15. Aquatic cycling improves knee pain and knee mobility in people with OsteoArthritis (OA)
  16. Supervisors’ intention to observe clinical task performance: an exploratory study using the theory of planned behaviour during postgraduate medical training
  17. Online interventions aimed at reducing psychological distress in cancer patients
  18. Online psychosocial interventions for posttreatment cancer survivors
  19. Moderators of Exercise Effects on Cancer-related Fatigue: A Meta-analysis of Individual Patient Data
  20. Effects and moderators of exercise on sleep in adults with cancer: Individual patient data and aggregated meta-analyses
  21. Targeting Exercise Interventions to Patients With Cancer in Need: An Individual Patient Data Meta-Analysis
  22. Predictors for adherence to a home-based pelvic floor muscle exercise program for treating female urinary incontinence in Brazil
  23. Promoting Sustained Breastfeeding of Infants at Risk for Asthma: Explaining the “Active Ingredients” of an Effective Program Using Intervention Mapping
  24. Psychometric properties of the Dutch extended Cancer Survivors’ Unmet Needs measure (CaSUN-NL)
  25. Counselor competence for telephone Motivation Interviewing addressing lifestyle change among Dutch older adults
  26. Long-term effectiveness and moderators of a web-based tailored intervention for cancer survivors on social and emotional functioning, depression, and fatigue: randomized controlled trial
  27. Aquatic cycling—What do we know? A scoping review on head-out aquatic cycling
  28. Working mechanisms of a web-based self-management intervention for cancer survivors: a randomised controlled trial
  29. Long-term effects of a web-based cancer aftercare intervention on moderate physical activity and vegetable consumption among early cancer survivors: a randomized controlled trial
  30. Effects and moderators of exercise on quality of life and physical function in patients with cancer: An individual patient data meta-analysis of 34 RCTs
  31. Abstract and Metadata Correction of: Use and Appreciation of a Tailored Self-Management eHealth Intervention for Early Cancer Survivors: Process Evaluation of a Randomized Controlled Trial
  32. Use and Appreciation of a Tailored Self-Management eHealth Intervention for Early Cancer Survivors: Process Evaluation of a Randomized Controlled Trial
  33. How Well Do Randomized Controlled Trials Reflect Standard Care: A Comparison between Scientific Research Data and Standard Care Data in Patients with Intermittent Claudication undergoing Supervised Exercise Therapy
  34. Lifestyle-related effects of the web-based Kanker Nazorg Wijzer (Cancer Aftercare Guide) intervention for cancer survivors: a randomized controlled trial
  35. Short‐term effectiveness of a web‐based tailored intervention for cancer survivors on quality of life, anxiety, depression, and fatigue: randomized controlled trial
  36. Effect of aqua-cycling on pain and physical functioning compared with usual care in patients with knee osteoarthritis: study protocol of a randomised controlled trial
  37. Exploring the Range of Lifestyle Interventions Used in Dutch Health Care Practice
  38. Patient Characteristics and Comorbidities Influence Walking Distances in Symptomatic Peripheral Arterial Disease: A Large One-Year Physiotherapy Cohort Study
  39. Patients’ adherence to a walking programme for non-specific low back pain
  40. Prevalence and correlates of healthy lifestyle behaviors among early cancer survivors
  41. Disease Combinations Associated with Physical Activity Identified: The SMILE Cohort Study
  42. Phenotypic Variation in Patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease in Primary Care
  43. Synergistic Effects of Six Chronic Disease Pairs on Decreased Physical Activity: The SMILE Cohort Study
  44. Strategies to enhance self-efficacy and adherence to home-based pelvic floor muscle exercises did not improve adherence in women with urinary incontinence: a randomised trial
  45. The Kanker Nazorg Wijzer (Cancer Aftercare Guide) protocol: the systematic development of a web-based computer tailored intervention providing psychosocial and lifestyle support for cancer survivors
  46. The accuracy of self-reported adherence to an activity advice
  47. Cancer survivors in the first year after treatment: the prevalence and correlates of unmet needs in different domains
  48. Making the connection—factors influencing implementation of evidence supported and non-evaluated lifestyle interventions in healthcare: a multiple case study
  49. Difficulties of Using Single-Diseased Guidelines to Treat Patients with Multiple Diseases
  50. Moderators of the effects of group-based physical exercise on cancer survivors’ quality of life
  51. Comorbidity forces physiotherapists to deviate from guideline recommendations resulting in various treatments for the same patient: a Vignette study
  52. Aquatic circuit training including aqua-cycling in patients with knee osteoarthritis: A feasibility study
  53. Authors’ response: what determines which 6MWT is conventional?
  54. Socio-demographic, medical and social-cognitive correlates of physical activity behavior among older adults (45–70 years): a cross-sectional study
  55. Addressing Passive Smoking in Children
  56. Exacerbations in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease receiving physical therapy: a cohort-nested randomised controlled trial
  57. Development and psychometric properties of the Maastricht Personal Autonomy Questionnaire (MPAQ) in older adults with a chronic physical illness
  58. Development of a framework to describe goals and content of exercise interventions in physical therapy: a mixed method approach including a systematic review
  59. Determinants of adherence to screening by colonoscopy in individuals with a family history of colorectal cancer
  60. Mediators of physical exercise for improvement in cancer survivors' quality of life
  61. Course length of 30 metres versus 10 metres has a significant influence on six-minute walk distance in patients with COPD: an experimental crossover study
  62. Do individuals with a family history of colorectal cancer adhere to medical recommendations for the prevention of colorectal cancer?
  63. A motivational interviewing intervention to PREvent PAssive Smoke Exposure (PREPASE) in children with a high risk of asthma: design of a randomised controlled trial
  64. Social Cognitive Changes Resulting from an Effective Breastfeeding Education Program
  65. A Web-Based Intervention for Health Professionals and Patients to Decrease Cardiovascular Risk Attributable to Physical Inactivity: Development Process
  66. Harvesting Experiential Expertise to Support Safe Driving for People with Diabetes Mellitus
  67. Why do Romanian junior high school students start to smoke?
  68. Patient adherence to prescribed medication instructions for dyspepsia: The DIAMOND-study
  69. Participation in colorectal cancer screening trials after first-time invitation: a systematic review
  70. Getting inside the black box of health promotion programmes using Intervention Mapping
  71. Risk Perception and Information Processing: The Development and Validation of a Questionnaire to Assess Self‐Reported Information Processing
  72. An Empirical Test of the Materialist Framework for Understanding the General Population's Reaction to Nonpersonalized Genetic Health Messages
  73. Effects of cancer rehabilitation on problem-solving, anxiety and depression: A RCT comparing physical and cognitive-behavioural training versus physical training
  74. Cost-effectiveness of tailored print communication, telephone motivational interviewing, and a combination of the two: results of an economic evaluation alongside the Vitalum randomized controlled trial
  75. Cancer-Related Fatigue and Rehabilitation: A Randomized Controlled Multicenter Trial Comparing Physical Training Combined With Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy With Physical Training Only and With No Intervention
  76. Tailored Print Communication and Telephone Motivational Interviewing Are Equally Successful in Improving Multiple Lifestyle Behaviors in a Randomized Controlled Trial
  77. Factors underlying smoking relapse prevention: results of an international Delphi study
  78. Evaluation of a peer-led smoking prevention programme for Romanian adolescents
  79. Applying a Theory-Based Framework to Understand Public Knowledge of Genetic Risk Factors: A Case for the Distinction between How-To Knowledge and Principles Knowledge
  80. Monitoring Training Progress During Exercise Training in Cancer Survivors: A Submaximal Exercise Test as an Alternative for a Maximal Exercise Test?
  81. Cost-effectiveness of tailored print communication, telephone motivational interviewing, and a combination of the two: results of an economic evaluation alongside the Vitalum randomized controlled trial
  82. Single-item and multiple-item measures of adherence to public health behavior guidelines were incongruent
  83. The Maastricht social participation profile: development and clinimetric properties in older adults with a chronic physical illness
  84. Skin self-examination of persons from families with familial atypical multiple mole melanoma (FAMMM)
  85. Smoking among Dutch elementary schoolchildren: gender-specific predictors
  86. Which patient-related factors determine self-perceived patient adherence to prescribed dyspepsia medication?
  87. A Systematic Review of the Impact of Genetic Counseling on Risk Perception Accuracy
  88. Motivational interviewing: hype or hope?
  89. Long-term effects on cancer survivors’ quality of life of physical training versus physical training combined with cognitive-behavioral therapy: results from a randomized trial
  90. Vitalum study design: RCT evaluating the efficacy of tailored print communication and telephone motivational interviewing on multiple health behaviors
  91. Cancer patients' view on rehabilitation and quality of life: a programme audit
  92. Quality of Life After Self-Management Cancer Rehabilitation: A Randomized Controlled Trial Comparing Physical and Cognitive-Behavioral Training Versus Physical Training
  93. Educating the general public about multifactorial genetic disease: applying a theory-based framework to understand current public knowledge
  94. Characteristics of social participation as defined by older adults with a chronic physical illness
  95. Improved physical fitness of cancer survivors: A randomised controlled trial comparing physical training with physical and cognitive-behavioural training
  96. The effect of group cohesion on rehabilitation outcome in cancer survivors
  97. Validating the Medical Data Interpretation Test in a Dutch population
  98. Family communication regarding inherited high cholesterol: Why and how do patients disclose genetic risk?
  99. Should Individuals Be Informed about Their Salt Sensitivity Status? First Indications of the Value of Testing for Genetic Predisposition to Low-Risk Conditions
  100. Measuring the severity of upper gastrointestinal complaints: does GP assessment correspond with patients' self-assessment?
  101. Factors associated with the duration of exclusive breast-feeding in asthmatic families
  102. Public awareness of the existence of inherited high cholesterol
  103. Factors Associated with the Initiation of Breastfeeding in Asthmatic Families: The Attitude–Social Influence–Self-Efficacy Model
  104. Quality of life of cancer survivors after physical and psychosocial rehabilitation
  105. The Success of an Educational Program to Promote Exclusive Breastfeeding for 6 Months in Families with a History of Asthma: A Randomized Controlled Trial
  106. Skin cancer prevention behaviours during summer holidays in 14 and 18-year-old Belgian adolescents
  107. Motives of Belgian Adolescents for Using Sunscreen: The Role of Action Plans
  108. The Importance of Written Information Packages in Support of Case‐Finding Within Families at Risk for Inherited High Cholesterol
  109. Informing one’s family about genetic testing for hereditary non-polyposis colorectal cancer (HNPCC): a retrospective exploratory study
  110. Factors influencing breastfeeding practices and postponement of solid food to prevent allergic disease in high-risk children: results from an explorative study
  111. General publicʼs knowledge, interest and information needs related to genetic cancer: an exploratory study
  112. The general public’s information needs and perceptions regarding hereditary cancer: an application of the Integrated Change Model
  113. Dietary change, nutrition education and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
  114. Effects of in-school and tailored out-of-school smoking prevention among Dutch vocational school students
  115. Predictors of long-term adherence to pelvic floor muscle exercise therapy among women with urinary incontinence
  116. Do Dutch 11-12 years olds who never smoke, smoke experimentally or smoke regularly have different demographic backgrounds and perceptions of smoking?
  117. Effectiveness of pelvic floor muscle exercise therapy supplemented with a health education program to promote long‐term adherence among women with urinary incontinence
  118. Program development for promoting adherence during and after exercise therapy for urinary incontinence
  119. Short-Term Effects of a Randomized Computer-Based Out-of-School Smoking Prevention Trial Aimed at Elementary Schoolchildren
  120. Factors determining cardiac nurses' intentions to continue using a smoking cessation protocol
  121. Measuring information needs among cancer patients
  122. Predictors of intention to adhere to physiotherapy among women with urinary incontinence
  123. Effectiveness of a social influence approach and boosters to smoking prevention
  124. Monitoring the Dissemination of an Educational Protocol on Pediatric Asthma in Family Practice: A Test of Associations between Dissemination Variables
  125. Psychosocial and physical correlates of survival and recurrence in patients with head and neck carcinoma
  126. Assessment of the Inhalation Technique in Outpatients with Asthma or Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Using a Metered-Dose Inhaler or Dry Powder Device
  127. Openness to Discuss Cancer in the Nuclear Family
  128. Education of parents about paediatric asthma: effects of a protocol on medical consumption
  129. Why do Adolescents Eat Low Nutrient Snacks Between Meals? An Analysis of Behavioral Determinants with the Fishbein and Ajzen Model
  130. Effectiveness of a Multidisciplinary Education Protocol in Children with Asthma (0-4 Years) in Primary Health Care
  131. Development of a health education program for parents of preschool children with asthma
  132. Pediatric asthma, a qualitative and quantitative approach to needs assessment
  133. Multidisciplinary co-operation in primary care for asthmatic children
  134. Infants with asthma : towards a multidisciplinary education protocol for primary care