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The smoking prevention programme of feelok, Word, 1.4 MB
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  Abstracts - Congresses - Publications
Ring M., Ajdacic-Gross (2009). ‘Suicidality’ a module on the multi-themed website for adolescents - www.feelok.ch. How does it differ to other suicide prevention information platforms? XXV World Congress of the International Association for Suicide Prevention Montevideo, Uruguay, on the 27-31 October, 2009
Martin B., Wanner M., Padlina O., Martin-Diener E., Dössegger A., Mäder U. Information technology and its role in promoting physical activity and sport for all. Proceedings of the 12th World Sport for All Congress, Genting Highlands, Malaysia, 3.–6.11.2008. Kuala Lumpur, Olympic Council of Malaysia 2009: 55-63.
Padlina, O., Dössegger, A., Jimmy, G., Jeker, M., Toggweiler, S., Schmid, J., Egli, D., Zurbriggen, M., Käsermann, D., Hagi, R., Hofmann, T., Bauer, G., Martin B. (2009). Promotion of physical activity and sport in adolescents - first experiences of the Internet programme www.feelok.ch. In Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Sportmedizin und Sporttraumatologie, Nr.2
Padlina, O., Jimmy, G., Bauer, G. (2009). Evidence-based redesign of a
tailored Internet programme for smoking prevention.
Padlina, O., Jimmy, G., Bauer, G. und Gutzwiller, F. (2008). The smoking cessation program. International symposium "Web-based smoking cessation aids for young people". Bundeszentrale für Gesundheitsaufklärung, Berlin.
An on-line evaluation of an Internet-based health promotion programme in the school setting (2007)
The internet-based smoking prevention programme of feelok –
empirical experience of the last 5 years (2007)
Can inactive and partially active young people be reached through
an internet programme to promote physical activity? (2006)
A multi-institutional approach to maintaining an internet based
health promotion programme for young people in Switzerland (2006)
Redesign of an Internet Program for Smoking Prevention as a result
of new Findings (Jahr 2005)
A randomised controlled effectiveness study and the manner of use
of an internet based cannabis programme for young people on the basis of the Transtheoretical Model (2004)