|Delivery devices||Interventions||Type/Model||Improved outcomes|
|*HBM = health belief model; SC = stages of change; SCT = social cognitive theory; TPB = theory of planned behaviour.|
|Computer system||Weekly modem transmission of glucometre results||TR||Reduced blood glucose concentrations|
|Computer aided instruction||TL||Increased dietetic knowledge|
|Automated telephone||Weekly telephone transmission of glucometre results||TR||Reduced blood glucose concentrations|
|Automated telephone reminder||TR/HBM||Higher immunisation rates|
|Letter and postcard reminders||TR/HBM||Higher immunisation rates|
|Nutrition information packet||TL/HBM, SC||Reduced total fat and saturated fat intakes|
|Letter||TL/HBM, SC||Higher quit rates among moderate to light smokers|
|Nutrition information||TL/SCT, TPB||Reduced fat intake|
|Enhanced health risk assessment||TL/HBM, SC||Reduced cholesterol, fat intake; increased activity|
|Information on outcomes of quitting and self efficacy||TL/SC||More 24 hour quit attempts|
|Motivational reports||TR/HBM, SC||Increased physical activity|
|Bulletins||TL/SC||Increased fruit/vegetable intake|
Review: computer generated targeted and tailored interventions are modestly effective for improving patient health behaviour
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