Published on in Vol 5, No 2 (2021): Jul-Dec

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/31056, first published .
Interventions Using Heart Age for Cardiovascular Disease Risk Communication: Systematic Review of Psychological, Behavioral, and Clinical Effects

Interventions Using Heart Age for Cardiovascular Disease Risk Communication: Systematic Review of Psychological, Behavioral, and Clinical Effects

Interventions Using Heart Age for Cardiovascular Disease Risk Communication: Systematic Review of Psychological, Behavioral, and Clinical Effects

Journals

  1. Bonner C, Batcup C, Ayre J, Cvejic E, Trevena L, McCaffery K, Doust J. The Impact of Health Literacy–Sensitive Design and Heart Age in a Cardiovascular Disease Prevention Decision Aid: Randomized Controlled Trial and End-User Testing. JMIR Cardio 2022;6(1):e34142 View
  2. Riley V, Gidlow C, Fedorowicz S, Lagord C, Thompson K, Woolner J, Taylor R, Clark J, Lloyd-Harris A. The Impact and Perception of England’s Web-Based Heart Age Test of Cardiovascular Disease Risk: Mixed Methods Study. JMIR Cardio 2023;7:e39097 View
  3. Andersson E, Johansson H, Nordin S, Lindvall K. Cognitive and emotional reactions to pictorial-based risk communication on subclinical atherosclerosis: a qualitative study within the VIPVIZA trial. Scandinavian Journal of Primary Health Care 2023;41(1):69 View
  4. Cornell S, Doust J, Morgan M, Greaves K, Hawkes A, de Wet C, O'Connor D, Bonner C. Implementing patient decision aids into general practice clinical decision support systems: Feasibility study in cardiovascular disease prevention. PEC Innovation 2023;2:100140 View
  5. Olusan A, Barr S, Cobain M, Whelan H. The Development and Evaluation of “Life Age”—a Primary Prevention and Population-Focused Risk Communication Tool: Feasibility Study With a Single-Arm Repeated Measures Design. JMIR Formative Research 2022;6(10):e37385 View
  6. Guzman-Vilca W, Quispe-Villegas G, Carrillo-Larco R. Predicted heart age profile across 41 countries: A cross-sectional study of nationally representative surveys in six world regions. eClinicalMedicine 2022;52:101688 View
  7. Starnecker F, Reimer L, Nissen L, Jovanović M, Kapsecker M, Rospleszcz S, von Scheidt M, Krefting J, Krüger N, Perl B, Wiehler J, Sun R, Jonas S, Schunkert H. Guideline-Based Cardiovascular Risk Assessment Delivered by an mHealth App: Development Study. JMIR Cardio 2023;7:e50813 View
  8. Andersson E, Liv P, Nordin S, Näslund U, Lindvall K. Does a multi-component intervention including pictorial risk communication about subclinical atherosclerosis improve perceptions of cardiovascular disease risk without deteriorating efficacy beliefs?. Social Science & Medicine 2024;341:116530 View
  9. Bakhit M, Fien S, Abukmail E, Jones M, Clark J, Scott A, Glasziou P, Cardona M. Cardiovascular disease risk communication and prevention: a meta-analysis. European Heart Journal 2024 View
  10. Andersson E, Lindvall K, Wennberg P, Johansson H, Nordin S. From risk communication about asymptomatic atherosclerosis to cognitive and emotional reactions and lifestyle modification. BMC Psychology 2024;12(1) View