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A Medical Student-Delivered Smoking Prevention Program, Education Against Tobacco, for Secondary Schools in Germany: Randomized Controlled Trial

A Medical Student-Delivered Smoking Prevention Program, Education Against Tobacco, for Secondary Schools in Germany: Randomized Controlled Trial

The curriculum received more age-appropriate content, was optimized to be more interactive and gain-framed [33], and was equipped with a photoaging software [11,14].Introduction of the Education Against Tobacco App SmokerfacePhotoaging desktop programs, in

Titus Josef Brinker, Andreas Dawid Owczarek, Werner Seeger, David Alexander Groneberg, Christian Martin Brieske, Philipp Jansen, Joachim Klode, Ingo Stoffels, Dirk Schadendorf, Benjamin Izar, Fabian Norbert Fries, Felix Johannes Hofmann

J Med Internet Res 2017;19(6):e199


Photoaging Mobile Apps in School-Based Tobacco Prevention: The Mirroring Approach

Photoaging Mobile Apps in School-Based Tobacco Prevention: The Mirroring Approach

In a recent paper, we introduced photoaging mobile apps that alter a person’s self-portrait (ie, a selfie) to predict future appearance [2].

Titus Josef Brinker, Werner Seeger, Fabian Buslaff

J Med Internet Res 2016;18(6):e183


Photoaging Mobile Apps in School-Based Melanoma Prevention: Pilot Study

Photoaging Mobile Apps in School-Based Melanoma Prevention: Pilot Study

behavior scores [9,16-23].Appearance-based approaches were evaluated as superior to health-based approaches in a school-based randomized trial [12], which underlines the well-understood importance of self-perceived appearance for adolescent self-esteem [24,25].Photoaging

Titus Josef Brinker, Christian Martin Brieske, Christoph Matthias Schaefer, Fabian Buslaff, Martina Gatzka, Maximilian Philip Petri, Wiebke Sondermann, Dirk Schadendorf, Ingo Stoffels, Joachim Klode

J Med Internet Res 2017;19(9):e319


Photoaging Mobile Apps: A Novel Opportunity for Smoking Cessation?

Photoaging Mobile Apps: A Novel Opportunity for Smoking Cessation?

A recent randomized controlled trial by Burford et al published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research demonstrated an increased quit rate of 21% in 18-30-year-old young adults by the help of photoaging desktop programs, in which an image is altered to

Titus J Brinker, Werner Seeger

J Med Internet Res 2015;17(7):e186


Photoaging Mobile Apps as a Novel Opportunity for Melanoma Prevention: Pilot Study

Photoaging Mobile Apps as a Novel Opportunity for Melanoma Prevention: Pilot Study

Indeed, a recent randomized controlled trial by Burford et al demonstrated the effectiveness of photoaging desktop programs, in which an image is altered to predict future appearance, for behavioral change in young target groups in the field of smoking cessation

Titus Josef Brinker, Dirk Schadendorf, Joachim Klode, Ioana Cosgarea, Alexander Rösch, Philipp Jansen, Ingo Stoffels, Benjamin Izar

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2017;5(7):e101


A Medical Student–Delivered Smoking Prevention Program, Education Against Tobacco, for Secondary Schools in Brazil: Study Protocol for a Randomized Trial

A Medical Student–Delivered Smoking Prevention Program, Education Against Tobacco, for Secondary Schools in Brazil: Study Protocol for a Randomized Trial

This was done by making the program more interactive and by developing and involving a photoaging app (Smokerface) into our classroom intervention because published research suggests that there is effectiveness of photoaging strategies for our age group [7]

Luiz Eduardo De Freitas Xavier, Breno Bernardes-Souza, Oscar Campos Lisboa, Werner Seeger, David Alexander Groneberg, Thien-An Tran, Fabian Norbert Fries, Paulo César Rodrigues Pinto Corrêa, Titus Josef Brinker

JMIR Res Protoc 2017;6(1):e16


Internet-Based Photoaging Within Australian Pharmacies to Promote Smoking Cessation: Randomized Controlled Trial

Internet-Based Photoaging Within Australian Pharmacies to Promote Smoking Cessation: Randomized Controlled Trial

More than 80% of participants also thought their friends would be willing to pay for the service, and all but 2 participants said they would recommend the photoaging intervention to 1 or more friends who were smokers.DiscussionSummary of FindingsThe impact

Oksana Burford, Moyez Jiwa, Owen Carter, Richard Parsons, Delia Hendrie

J Med Internet Res 2013;15(3):e64


A Dermatologist's Ammunition in the War Against Smoking: A Photoaging App

A Dermatologist's Ammunition in the War Against Smoking: A Photoaging App

1Normal aging versus effects of smoking a pack a day for 15 years.First steps have been taken to disseminate this dermatologic knowledge on irreversible aesthetic damage to the target groups and measure its effectiveness in randomized trials (ie, via the free photoaging

Titus Josef Brinker, Alexander Enk, Martina Gatzka, Yasuhiro Nakamura, Wiebke Sondermann, Albert Joachim Omlor, Maximilian Philip Petri, Ante Karoglan, Werner Seeger, Joachim Klode, Christof von Kalle, Dirk Schadendorf

J Med Internet Res 2017;19(9):e326