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Title:Digital tools in behavior change support education in health and other students : a systematic review
Authors:ID Gosak, Lucija (Author)
ID Štiglic, Gregor (Author)
ID Cilar Budler, Leona (Author)
ID Félix, Isa B. (Author)
ID Braam, Katja (Author)
ID Fijačko, Nino (Author)
ID Guerreiro, Mara Pereira (Author)
ID Lorber, Mateja (Author)
Files:.pdf Digital_Tools_in_Behavior_Change_Su-Gosak-2022.pdf (460,18 KB)
MD5: E25B299CD2E44763CF08D3DCF9CE94DD
 
URL https://www.mdpi.com/2227-9032/10/1/1?type=check_update&version=2
 
Language:English
Work type:Scientific work
Typology:1.02 - Review Article
Organization:FZV - Faculty of Health Sciences
FERI - Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Abstract:Due to the increased prevalence of chronic diseases, behavior changes are integral to self-management. Healthcare and other professionals are expected to support these behavior changes, and therefore, undergraduate students should receive up-to-date and evidence-based training in this respect. Our work aims to review the outcomes of digital tools in behavior change support education. A secondary aim was to examine existing instruments to assess the effectiveness of these tools. A PIO (population/problem, intervention, outcome) research question led our literature search. The population was limited to students in nursing, sports sciences, and pharmacy; the interventions were limited to digital teaching tools; and the outcomes consisted of knowledge, motivation, and competencies. A systematic literature review was performed in the PubMed, CINAHL, MEDLINE, Web of Science, SAGE, Scopus, and Cochrane Library databases and by backward citation searching. We used PRISMA guidelines 2020 to depict the search process for relevant literature. Two authors evaluated included studies using the Mixed Methods Appraisal Tool (MMAT) independently. Using inclusion and exclusion criteria, we included 15 studies in the final analysis: six quantitative descriptive studies, two randomized studies, six mixed methods studies, and one qualitative study. According to the MMAT, all studies were suitable for further analysis in terms of quality. The studies resorted to various digital tools to improve students’ knowledge of behavior change techniques in individuals with chronic disease, leading to greater self-confidence, better cooperation, and practical experience and skills. The most common limitations that have been perceived for using these tools are time and space constraints.
Keywords:digital tools, didactics, noncommunicable diseases, chronic diseases, behavior change support education, health science
Publication status:Published
Publication version:Version of Record
Submitted for review:06.11.2021
Article acceptance date:16.12.2021
Publication date:21.12.2022
Publisher:MDPI
Year of publishing:2022
Number of pages:str. 1-11
Numbering:Letn. 10, Št. 1
PID:20.500.12556/DKUM-86037 New window
UDC:378.147:614:004
ISSN on article:2227-9032
COBISS.SI-ID:104904195 New window
DOI:10.3390/healthcare10010001 New window
Publication date in DKUM:28.09.2023
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Title:Healthcare
Shortened title:Healthcare
Publisher:MDPI AG
ISSN:2227-9032
COBISS.SI-ID:520110873 New window

Document is financed by a project

Funder:Other - Other funder or multiple funders
Funding programme:Erasmus+
Project number:2019-1-PT01-KA203-061389
Name:Improving healthcare students’ competences for behaviour change to effectively support self-care in chronic diseases

Funder:ARRS - Slovenian Research Agency
Project number:N2-0101
Name:Izboljšanje razumljivosti in napovedane zmogljivosti modelov za oceno tveganja in podporo odločanju v kliničnem okolju

Funder:ARRS - Slovenian Research Agency
Project number:P2-0057
Name:Informacijski sistemi

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License:CC BY 4.0, Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International
Link:http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
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Language:Slovenian
Keywords:digitalna orodja, didaktika, nenalezljive bolezni, kronične bolezni, izobraževanje za podporo spremembam vedenja, zdravstvene vede


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