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This guideline covers interventions that use a digital or mobile platform to help people eat more healthily, become more active, stop smoking, reduce their alcohol intake or practise safer sex. The interventions include those delivered by text message, apps, wearable devices or the internet. The guideline only includes those that are delivered by the technology itself and not by healthcare professionals using technology to deliver interventions.
the harms and adverse effects associated with different digital and mobile health behaviour change interventions? Any explanatory...
What is the effectiveness and cost effectiveness of digital and mobile health behaviour change interventions in low socioeconomic and...
Recommendation ID NG183/4 Question Are digital and mobile health behaviour change interventions as effective as face-to-face, standard
Question What components and characteristics of digital and mobile health behaviour change interventions are most effective, separately...
that do not initially engage, or do not stay engaged, with digital and mobile health behaviour change interventions? Any explanatory...
This guideline covers assessing and reducing the risk of venous thromboembolism (VTE or blood clots, including deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism) in people aged 16 and over in hospital. It aims to help healthcare professionals identify people most at risk and describes interventions that can be used to reduce the risk of VTE.
This guideline covers encouraging people to increase the amount they walk or cycle for travel or recreation purposes.
Evidence-based recommendations on lead-I electrocardiogram (ECG) devices (imPulse, Kardia Mobile, MyDiagnostick and Zenicor-ECG) for detecting symptomatic
This guideline covers the signs of possible child maltreatment in children and young people aged under 18 years. It aims to raise awareness and help health professionals who are not child protection specialists to identify the features of physical, sexual and emotional abuse, neglect and fabricated or induced illness.
This quality standard covers promoting health and preventing premature mortality among black, Asian and other minority ethnic groups. It is relevant to all age groups and all settings.View quality statements for QS167
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- Quality statement 1: Designing health and wellbeing programmes
- Quality statement 2: Peer and lay roles
- Quality statement 3: Referring people at high risk of type 2 diabetes
- Quality statement 4: Cardiac rehabilitation
- Quality statement 5: Support for people with mental health problems
- Quality statement 6: Physical health checks for people with serious mental illness
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Evidence-based recommendations on Kinesia 360 and KinesiaU (Great Lakes NeuroTechnologies), PDMonitor (PD Neurotechnology), Personal KinetiGraph (Global Kinetics) and STAT-ON (Sense4care) for remote monitoring of Parkinson’s disease
Evidence-based recommendations on MRI fusion biopsy systems for diagnosing prostate cancer
Our health inequalities guidance supports strategies that improve population health as a whole, while offering particular benefit to the most disadvantaged
NICE social care quick guide - building independence through planning for transition.