Published on in Vol 1, No 2 (2012): Jul-Dec

Integrating Psychological Theory Into the Design of an Online Intervention for Sexual Health: The Sexunzipped Website

Integrating Psychological Theory Into the Design of an Online Intervention for Sexual Health: The Sexunzipped Website

Integrating Psychological Theory Into the Design of an Online Intervention for Sexual Health: The Sexunzipped Website

Journals

  1. Bailey J, Mann S, Wayal S, Hunter R, Free C, Abraham C, Murray E. Sexual health promotion for young people delivered via digital media: a scoping review. Public Health Research 2015;3(13):1 View
  2. Bailey J, Pavlou M, Copas A, McCarthy O, Carswell K, Rait G, Hart G, Nazareth I, Free C, French R, Murray E. The Sexunzipped Trial: Optimizing the Design of Online Randomized Controlled Trials. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(12):e278 View
  3. Lorimer K, McDaid L. Young Men’s Views Toward the Barriers and Facilitators of Internet-Based Chlamydia Trachomatis Screening: Qualitative Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(12):e265 View
  4. Dack C, Ross J, Stevenson F, Pal K, Gubert E, Michie S, Yardley L, Barnard M, May C, Farmer A, Wood B, Murray E. A digital self-management intervention for adults with type 2 diabetes: Combining theory, data and participatory design to develop HeLP-Diabetes. Internet Interventions 2019;17:100241 View
  5. Haruna H, Hu X, Chu S, Mellecker R, Gabriel G, Ndekao P. Improving Sexual Health Education Programs for Adolescent Students through Game-Based Learning and Gamification. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2018;15(9):2027 View
  6. Lohan M, Aventin Á, Maguire L, Clarke M, Linden M, McDaid L. Feasibility trial of a film-based educational intervention for increasing boys’ and girls’ intentions to avoid teenage pregnancy: Study protocol. International Journal of Educational Research 2014;68:35 View
  7. Eleftheriou A, Bullock S, Graham C, Ingham R. Using Computer Simulations for Investigating a Sex Education Intervention: An Exploratory Study. JMIR Serious Games 2017;5(2):e9 View
  8. Hill A, Zachor H, Jones K, Talis J, Zelazny S, Miller E. Trauma-Informed Personalized Scripts to Address Partner Violence and Reproductive Coercion: Preliminary Findings from an Implementation Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Women's Health 2019;28(6):863 View
  9. McCarthy O, Ahamed I, Kulaeva F, Tokhirov R, Saibov S, Vandewiele M, Standaert S, Leurent B, Edwards P, Palmer M, Free C. A randomized controlled trial of an intervention delivered by mobile phone app instant messaging to increase the acceptability of effective contraception among young people in Tajikistan. Reproductive Health 2018;15(1) View
  10. Nicholas A, Bailey J, Stevenson F, Murray E. The Sexunzipped Trial: Young People’s Views of Participating in an Online Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(12):e276 View
  11. Aventin Á, Lohan M, O’Halloran P, Henderson M. Design and development of a film-based intervention about teenage men and unintended pregnancy: Applying the Medical Research Council framework in practice. Evaluation and Program Planning 2015;49:19 View
  12. Lohan M, Aventin Á, Maguire L, Curran R, McDowell C, Agus A, Donaldson C, Clarke M, Linden M, Kelly C, McDaid L, Dunne L, O’Halloran P. Increasing boys’ and girls’ intentions to avoid teenage pregnancy: a cluster randomised controlled feasibility trial of an interactive video drama-based intervention in post-primary schools in Northern Ireland. Public Health Research 2017;5(1):1 View
  13. Kalke K, Ginossar T, Shah S, West A. Sex Ed to Go: A Content Analysis of Comprehensive Sexual Education Apps. Health Education & Behavior 2018;45(4):581 View