Pischke-et-al_2022_Web-Based Versus Print-Based Physical Activity Intervention.pdf 713,65KB
1000 Titel
  • Web-Based Versus Print-Based Physical Activity Intervention for Community-Dwelling Older Adults: Crossover Randomized Trial
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  1. Pischke, Claudia |
  2. Voelcker-Rehage, Claudia |
  3. Ratz, Tiara |
  4. Peters, Manuela |
  5. Buck, Christoph |
  6. Meyer, Jochen |
  7. von Holdt, Kai |
  8. Lippke, Sonia |
1000 Erscheinungsjahr 2022
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  • 2022-03-23
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  • 10(3):e32212
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  • 2022
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  • BACKGROUND: Fewer than half of older German adults engage in the recommended levels of endurance training. OBJECTIVE: The study aim is to compare the acceptance and effectiveness of two interventions for physical activity (PA) promotion among initially inactive community-dwelling older adults ≥60 years in a 9-month, crossover randomized trial. METHODS: Participants were recruited in person and randomized to one of the following interventions for self-monitoring PA: a print-based intervention (PRINT: 113/242, 46.7%) or a web-based intervention (WEB: 129/242, 53.3%). Furthermore, 29.5% (38/129) of those in the web-based intervention group received a PA tracker in addition to WEB (WEB+). After randomization, the participants and researchers were not blinded. The participants’ baseline intervention preferences were retrospectively assessed. All the intervention groups were offered 10 weekly face-to-face group sessions. Afterward, participants could choose to stay in their group or cross over to one of the other groups, and group sessions were continued monthly for another 6 months. 3D accelerometers to assess PA and sedentary behavior (SB) at baseline (T0), 3-month follow-up (T1), and 9-month follow-up (T2) were used. Adherence to PA recommendations, attendance of group sessions, and intervention acceptance were assessed using self-administered paper-based questionnaires. Linear mixed models were used to calculate differences in moderate to vigorous PA (MVPA) and SB between time points and intervention groups. RESULTS: Of the 242 initially recruited participants, 91 (37.6%) were randomized to the WEB group; 38 (15.7%) to the WEB+ group; and 113 (46.7%) to the PRINT group. Overall, 80.6% (195/242) of the participants completed T1. Only 0.4% (1/242) of the participants changed from the WEB group to the PRINT group and 6.2% (15/242) moved from the PRINT group to the WEB group (WEB-WEB: 103/249, (41.4%); PRINT-PRINT: 76/249, 30.5%) when offered to cross over at T1. Furthermore, 66.1% (160/242) of participants completed T2. MVPA in minutes per day increased between baseline and T1, but these within-group changes disappeared after adjusting for covariates. MVPA decreased by 9 minutes per day between baseline and T2 (βtime=−9.37, 95% CI −18.58 to −0.16), regardless of the intervention group (WEB vs PRINT: βgroup*time=−3.76, 95% CI −13.33 to 5.82, WEB+ vs PRINT: βgroup*time=1.40, 95% CI −11.04 to 13.83). Of the participants, 18.6% (38/204) met the PA recommendations at T0, 16.4% (26/159) at T1, and 20.3% (28/138) at T2. For SB, there were no significant group differences or group-by-time interactions at T1 or T2. Intervention acceptance was generally high. The use of intervention material was high to moderate at T1 and decreased by T2. CONCLUSIONS: There was little movement between intervention groups at T1 when given the choice, and participation was not associated with increases in PA or decreases in SB over time.
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lokal Physical activity promotion
lokal Mobile phone
lokal Older adults
lokal Preferences
lokal Physical activity
lokal Print-based intervention
lokal Healthy aging
lokal Randomized trial
lokal eHealth
lokal Web-based intervention
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  1. Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung |
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