Exploring changes, and factors associated with changes, in behavioural determinants from a low-cost, scalable education intervention about knee osteoarthritis: An observational cohort study
Thorlene Egerton, Joanne Bolton, Camille E Short, Kim L Bennell
BMC MUSCULOSKELETAL DISORDERS | BMC | Published : 2021
OBJECTIVE: To explore the relationships between participant characteristics, perceptions of a short educational video about osteoarthritis and its management, and immediate changes in behavioural determinants for effective self-management behaviours. METHODS: Seventy-eight participants with knee OA (77% female, mean age 63.0 ± 8.7) watched the 9-min video that included evidence-based content and was designed to foster empowerment to self-manage effectively. Data were collected by online questionnaire at baseline and immediately after watching the video. Associations were tested between baseline health and information processing characteristics (health literacy, need for cognition), perceptio..View full abstract
Awarded by National Health & Medical Research Council Centre for Research Excellence in Translational Research
This work was supported by 1) the National Health & Medical Research Council Centre for Research Excellence in Translational Research (#1079078), and 2) Melbourne School of Health Sciences Internal Research Grant 2019.