Published on in Vol 4, No 7 (2020): July

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/19485, first published .
A Web-Based Intervention to Prevent Multiple Chronic Disease Risk Factors Among Adolescents: Co-Design and User Testing of the Health4Life School-Based Program

A Web-Based Intervention to Prevent Multiple Chronic Disease Risk Factors Among Adolescents: Co-Design and User Testing of the Health4Life School-Based Program

A Web-Based Intervention to Prevent Multiple Chronic Disease Risk Factors Among Adolescents: Co-Design and User Testing of the Health4Life School-Based Program

Journals

  1. Teesson M, Champion K, Newton N, Kay-Lambkin F, Chapman C, Thornton L, Slade T, Sunderland M, Mills K, Gardner L, Parmenter B, Lubans D, Hides L, McBride N, Allsop S, Spring B, Smout S, Osman B. Study protocol of the Health4Life initiative: a cluster randomised controlled trial of an eHealth school-based program targeting multiple lifestyle risk behaviours among young Australians. BMJ Open 2020;10(7):e035662 View
  2. Huh J, Lee K, Roldan W, Castro Y, Kshirsagar S, Rastogi P, Kim I, Miller K, Cockburn M, Yip J. Making of Mobile SunSmart: Co-designing a Just-in-Time Sun Protection Intervention for Children and Parents. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine 2021;28(6):768 View
  3. Thornton L, Gardner L, Osman B, Green O, Champion K, Bryant Z, Teesson M, Kay-Lambkin F, Chapman C. A Multiple Health Behavior Change, Self-Monitoring Mobile App for Adolescents: Development and Usability Study of the Health4Life App. JMIR Formative Research 2021;5(4):e25513 View
  4. Champion K, Gardner L, McCann K, Hunter E, Parmenter B, Aitken T, Chapman C, Spring B, Thornton L, Slade T, Teesson M, Newton N. Parent-based interventions to improve multiple lifestyle risk behaviors among adolescents: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Preventive Medicine 2022;164:107247 View
  5. McGill B, Corbett L, Grunseit A, Irving M, O’Hara B. Co-Produce, Co-Design, Co-Create, or Co-Construct—Who Does It and How Is It Done in Chronic Disease Prevention? A Scoping Review. Healthcare 2022;10(4):647 View
  6. Livanou M, Lane R. Assessing the Feasibility of a Multicenter Transition Intervention Model Across Adolescent Secure Services in England (MOVING FORWARD): Protocol for a Feasibility Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial. JMIR Research Protocols 2021;10(10):e29273 View
  7. Kelly R, Gordon P, Thompson R, Semple C. Availability and use of web-based interventions for patients with head and neck cancer: a scoping review. Journal of Cancer Survivorship 2023;17(5):1309 View
  8. Prior K, Ross K, Conroy C, Barrett E, Bock S, Boyle J, Snijder M, Teesson M, Chapman C. Youth participation in mental health and substance use research: Implementation, perspectives, and learnings of the Matilda Centre Youth Advisory Board. Mental Health & Prevention 2022;28:200251 View
  9. O’Reilly M, Wiltshire G, Kiyimba N, Harrington D. “Is Everybody Comfortable?”#xd; Thinking Through Co-design Approaches to Better Support Girls’ Physical Activity in Schools. Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health 2023;15(2):248 View
  10. Thornton L, Brown H, Osman B, Stewart C, Whife J, Champion K, Gardner L, McBride N, Allsop S, Spring B, Teesson M. Factors associated with adolescents’ engagement with a Healthy Lifestyles app. Procedia Computer Science 2022;206:56 View
  11. Gardner L, Champion K, Chapman C, Newton N, Slade T, Smout S, Teesson M, Sunderland M. Multiple lifestyle risk behaviours and hierarchical dimensions of psychopathology in 6640 Australian adolescents. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 2023;57(2):241 View
  12. Champion K, Newton N, Gardner L, Chapman C, Thornton L, Slade T, Sunderland M, Hides L, McBride N, O'Dean S, Kay-Lambkin F, Allsop S, Lubans D, Parmenter B, Mills K, Spring B, Osman B, Ellem R, Smout S, Whife J, Stewart C, McCann K, Catakovic A, Hunter E, Teesson M, Barrett E, Birrell L, Stapinski L, Mewton L. Health4Life eHealth intervention to modify multiple lifestyle risk behaviours among adolescent students in Australia: a cluster-randomised controlled trial. The Lancet Digital Health 2023;5(5):e276 View
  13. Peden A, Alonzo D, McMillan F, Tran T, Hawke C, Ivers R, Franklin R. Co-Designing a Farm Safety Gamified Educational Resource With Secondary School Students and Their Teachers: Qualitative Study Protocol. International Journal of Qualitative Methods 2023;22:160940692311563 View
  14. Jenkins E, Brennan L, Jackson M, McCaffrey T. Re-Licious: Co-Design with Adolescents to Turn Leftovers into Delicious and Healthy Meals—A School-Based Pilot Intervention. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2023;20(16):6544 View
  15. Silveira L, Vargas D, Jacobi L, Chitolina M. Saúde no ambiente escolar: uma revisão integrativa da literatura. REVISTA FOCO 2023;16(6):e2036 View
  16. Parrish A, Okely A, Salmon J, Trost S, Hammersley M, Murdoch A. Making ‘being less sedentary feel normal’ –investigating ways to reduce adolescent sedentary behaviour at school: a qualitative study. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023;20(1) View
  17. O’Dean S, Sunderland M, Smout S, Slade T, Chapman C, Gardner L, Thornton L, Newton N, Teesson M, Champion K. Potential Mediators of a School-Based Digital Intervention Targeting Six Lifestyle Risk Behaviours in a Cluster Randomised Controlled Trial of Australian Adolescents. Prevention Science 2024;25(2):347 View
  18. Zimmermann E, Tomczyk S. Fostering Digital Life Skills Through Social Media With Adolescents in 6 German States: Protocol for an Accessibility Study According to the RE-AIM Framework. JMIR Research Protocols 2024;13:e51085 View
  19. Smout S, Champion K, O’Dean S, Teesson M, Gardner L, Newton N. Anxiety, depression and distress outcomes from the Health4Life intervention for adolescent mental health: a cluster-randomized controlled trial. Nature Mental Health 2024 View
  20. Takizawa Y, Bambling M, Teoh H, Edirippulige S. Evaluation of co-designed online teacher training program for providing neuroscience- informed mental health intervention to Japanese children. Frontiers in Education 2024;9 View