Hvordan støtte diabetikere med å slanke seg og diabetes type 2 bedre håndtering

Posted Posted in Communication, Incentives, Motivational interviewing, Social Support

Leah Avery – Teesside Universitet, Storbritannia. Diabetes type 2 har blitt ansett som en progressiv sykdom med et uunngåelig behov for insulinbehandling. Forskning på livsstils- og atferdsendring utfordrer imidlertid denne pessimistiske prognosen. Mens forekomsten av diabetes type 2 fortsetter å øke, øker også mengden av bevis som støtter den viktige rollen til kosthold og sunnere […]

Fear is a bad counsellor

Fear is a bad counsellor

Posted Posted in Fear, Incentives

Dr Gjalt-Jorn Peters, Open University, Netherlands Fear appeals are a commonly used strategy to change behaviour. For instance the threatening and graphic fear-arousing communications now ever-present on tobacco packaging, and in campaigns to promote seatbelt use and discourage substance use. Despite the popularity and widespread use of these fear-arousing methods, research suggests that they may […]

Does money really change everything? Using financial incentives and disincentives to change health behaviours

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Dr Jean Adams, Centre for Diet & Activity Research, University of Cambridge Since October last year, by law, large retailers in England have been charging customers 5p (€0.06) for ‘single-use plastic carrier bags’ – those flimsy plastic bags you get from supermarkets to carry your groceries home. The money raised is donated by retailers to ‘good […]