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Systematic literature search

Motivational interviewing for changing living habits

A systematic literature search on the effect on motivational interviewing for changing the following living habits: Physical activity, diet, smoking and drinking habits.

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  • Year: 2010
  • Authors Nilsen ES, Underland V, Johansen M.

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Key message

The Norwegian Knowledge Centre for the Health Services was commissioned by the Norwegian Directorate of Health to perform a systematic search for and selection of  relevant publications. The commission was to find literature and research on the effect on motivational interviewing for changing the following living habits: Physical activity, diet, smoking and drinking habits.

Methods 

We performed systematic literature searches on March 22 nd 2010. We searched in the following databases:

  • Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews (CDSR) The Cochrane Library 2010 Issue 2
  • Database of Abstracts of Reviews of Effects (DARE) Center for Reviews and Dissemination (CRD)
  • Health Technology Assessment Database (HTA) Center for Reviews and Dissemination (CRD)
  • MEDLINE 1950 to March Week 2 2010 (Ovid)
  • EMBASE 1980 to 2010 Week 11 (Ovid)
  • PsycINFO 1806 to March Week 3 2010 (Ovid)

Two researchers independently read and identified publications/references and assessed their relevance according to the inclusion criterias.

Results 

A total of 1189 publications were identified. 68 of these were considered relevant.

The references were sorted in the following categories:

  • Physical activity (4 ref)
  • Diet (4 ref)
  • Overweight and diabetes (4 ref)
  • Smoking (18 ref)
  • Drinking/alcohol abuse (17 ref)
  • Combined abuse (2 ref)
  • Change in living habits in several areas (15 ref)
  • Health economic evaluations (2 ref)
  • About motivational interviewing (2 ref)

Summary

This is a publication from the Norwegian Knowledge Centre for the Health Services. The Knowledge Centre became part of the Norwegian Institute of Public Health 01/01/2016.