Lifestyle Matters: A Randomized Controlled Trial

This UK trial sought to test whether an occupation-based lifestyle intervention could sustain and improve the mental well-being of 288 adults aged 65 and over using an individually randomised controlled trial measuring mental and physical well-being (using SF-36), extent of depression (PHQ-9), quality of life (EQ-5D) and loneliness (de Jong Gierveld Scale) at 6 and 24 months…

Assessing a Body of Evidence of Complex Interventions

IBTN Core Member Dr. Paul Montgomery (University of Birmingham), in collaboration with the GRADE Working Group, is leading a research project to develop guidance for assessing and rating the quality of a body of evidence in systematic reviews of complex interventions. The guidance will be relevant for researchers in both clinical and social disciplines who conduct reviews on the effectiveness of complex interventions…

£3.7million from the Wellcome Trust for an Ontology for Behaviour Change

The Human Behaviour Change Project (HBCP) will build an artificial intelligence system to scan behaviour change literature worldwide towards building a model of human behaviour and broaching behaviour change intervention efficacy. This project is led by IBTN Member Dr. Susan Michie in collaboration with behavioural, computer, and information scientists…