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Protocol for the PreventIT feasibility randomised controlled trial of a lifestyle-integrated exercise intervention in young older adults

Protocol for the PreventIT feasibility randomised controlled trial of a lifestyle-integrated exercise intervention in young older adults

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TARALDSEN, Kristin, A. Stefanie MIKOLAIZAK, Andrea B. MAIER, Elisabeth BOULTON, Kamiar AMINIAN, Jeanine VAN ANCUM, Stefania BANDINELLI, Clemens BECKER, Ronny BERGQUIST, Michael SCHWENK, 2019. Protocol for the PreventIT feasibility randomised controlled trial of a lifestyle-integrated exercise intervention in young older adults. In: BMJ open. BMJ Publishing. 9(3), e023526. eISSN 2044-6055. Available under: doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2018-023526

@article{Taraldsen2019Proto-55131, title={Protocol for the PreventIT feasibility randomised controlled trial of a lifestyle-integrated exercise intervention in young older adults}, year={2019}, doi={10.1136/bmjopen-2018-023526}, number={3}, volume={9}, journal={BMJ open}, author={Taraldsen, Kristin and Mikolaizak, A. Stefanie and Maier, Andrea B. and Boulton, Elisabeth and Aminian, Kamiar and van Ancum, Jeanine and Bandinelli, Stefania and Becker, Clemens and Bergquist, Ronny and Schwenk, Michael}, note={Article Number: e023526} }

Mikolaizak, A. Stefanie Protocol for the PreventIT feasibility randomised controlled trial of a lifestyle-integrated exercise intervention in young older adults 2021-10-05T07:32:45Z Mikolaizak, A. Stefanie Maier, Andrea B. Bergquist, Ronny Aminian, Kamiar Taraldsen, Kristin Taraldsen, Kristin Introduction: The European population is rapidly ageing. In order to handle substantial future challenges in the healthcare system, we need to shift focus from treatment towards health promotion. The PreventIT project has adapted the Lifestyle-integrated Exercise (LiFE) programme and developed an intervention for healthy young older adults at risk of accelerated functional decline. The intervention targets balance, muscle strength and physical activity, and is delivered either via a smartphone application (enhanced LiFE, eLiFE) or by use of paper manuals (adapted LiFE, aLiFE).<br /><br />Methods and analysis: The PreventIT study is a multicentre, three-armed feasibility randomised controlled trial, comparing eLiFE and aLiFE against a control group that receives international guidelines of physical activity. It is performed in three European cities in Norway, Germany, and The Netherlands. The primary objective is to assess the feasibility and usability of the interventions, and to assess changes in daily life function as measured by the Late-Life Function and Disability Instrument scale and a physical behaviour complexity metric. Participants are assessed at baseline, after the 6 months intervention period and at 1 year after randomisation. Men and women between 61 and 70 years of age are randomly drawn from regional registries and respondents screened for risk of functional decline to recruit and randomise 180 participants (60 participants per study arm).<br /><br />Ethics and dissemination: Ethical approval was received at all three trial sites. Baseline results are intended to be published by late 2018, with final study findings expected in early 2019. Subgroup and further in-depth analyses will subsequently be published.<br /><br />Trial registration number: NCT03065088; Pre-results. eng Schwenk, Michael Bandinelli, Stefania Schwenk, Michael terms-of-use Bergquist, Ronny Boulton, Elisabeth van Ancum, Jeanine Aminian, Kamiar 2019 Becker, Clemens van Ancum, Jeanine Maier, Andrea B. Boulton, Elisabeth Bandinelli, Stefania 2021-10-05T07:32:45Z Becker, Clemens

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