Data

Aussie-FIT

Curtin University

Dataset description

Primary outcome [1] Changes in the quality of motivation for physical activity Assessment method [1] Behavioural Regulation in Exercise Questionnaire 3-6 (BREQ3-6) Timepoint [1] Assessed daily for 28 weeks across all study phases including: - Baseline phase (weeks 0 - 6) - Intervention phase (weeks 6 - 16) - Maintenance phase (weeks 16 - 28) Secondary outcome [1] Changes in affect Assessment method [1] Six items tapping positive and negative emotions from the Positive and Negative Affect Schedule Timepoint [1] Assessed daily for 28 weeks across all study phases including: - Baseline phase (weeks 0 - 6) - Intervention phase (weeks 6 - 16) - Maintenance phase (weeks 16 - 28) Secondary outcome [2] Changes in craving for substance use Assessment method [2] 3-item Craving Scale Timepoint [2] Assessed daily for 28 weeks across all study phases including: - Baseline phase (weeks 0 - 6) - Intervention phase (weeks 6 - 16) - Maintenance phase (weeks 16 - 28) Secondary outcome [3] Changes in physical activity Assessment method [3] Step counts and active minutes per day, measured by Fitbit Inspire 2 wireless activity monitors Timepoint [3] Assessed daily for 28 weeks across all study phases including: - Baseline phase (weeks 0 - 6) - Intervention phase (weeks 6 - 16) - Maintenance phase (weeks 16 - 28) Secondary outcome [4] Intervention feasibility and acceptability as a composite outcome Assessment method [4] A 7-item measure from Aussie-Fit will be used to assess the feasibility and acceptability of the intervention. In addition, study process data will be collected, including the number of people who agree to participate in the study, the number of people who sign consent forms, and attendance in the motivational intervention sessions Timepoint [4] End of intervention phase, 16 weeks after baseline
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Source Study

Trial acronym

Not available

Trial ID

ACTRN12623001261606

Purpose

Treatment

Phase

Not Applicable

Funding

University,Curtin University Faculty of Health Sciences Strategic Project 2020 Scholarship

Scientific enquiries

A/Prof Eleanor Quested

Brief Summary

Substance use disorders (SUDs) pose a major public health concern. While initial research suggests that physical activity (PA) might benefit individuals in SUD treatment, we still lack definitive evidence. High relapse rates, comorbidity, and motivation challenges among SUD patients often hinder PA interventions. In this study, we will assess the impact and practicality of a motivational program to boost PA motivation and maintenance among residents with SUDs in a Western Australian treatment fa ....
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Key Inclusion Criteria

All residents of the treatment facility will be able to participate in the study if they can enroll at least 2 weeks prior to the start date of the intervention phase. Individuals are eligible for treatment at the facility if they: 1. are male 2. are >= 18 years old 3. have a diagnosis for substance use disorder according to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders 5th ed.

Key Exclusion Criteria

Participants will not be admitted to the treatment facility if they: 1. have co-morbid psychiatric diagnoses other than depressive disorders, anxiety disorders, post-traumatic stress disorders, borderline personality disorder, psychosis, schizophrenia, and bipolar disorder 2. experienced acute relapse in symptoms of a diagnosed mental illness (such as schizophrenia) within the past 3 months, and/or they are not taking the correct medication 3. have got cognitive or physiological dysfunctions tha ....
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Can healthy volunteers participate?

No

 

Population

Sample Size    20

Min. age    18 Years

Max. age    No limit

Sex    Males

Condition category    Substance Use Disorder

Condition code    Mental Health

Intervention

Intervention code Behaviour

Brief Name: Motivational intervention WHY: Individuals dealing with substance use disorders (SUDs) might benefit from becoming more physically active and sustaining physical activity (PA) throughout their lives. Nevertheless, the challenge of sustaining motivation for continuous, long-term physical activity is a concern among this population. WHAT: The motivational intervention is based on principles of Motivational Interviewing (MI) for a support group context. The motivational intervention was ....
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Comparison

Control group Active

Active control group. Individual changes will be compared against baseline measures. During the baseline period, participants follow the treatment as usual in the treatment facility and receive no additional instructions. Treatment as usual includes a structured physical activity program consisting of a 30-minute walk four times a week, a 60-minute yoga session one time a week, a 60-minute boxercise session one time a week, and a 60-minute bootcamp session one time a week. Additionally, individu ....
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Outcomes

Outcome: Changes in the quality of motivation for physical activity
Timepoint: Assessed daily for 28 weeks across all study phases including: - Baseline phase (weeks 0 – 6) - Intervention phase (weeks 6 – 16) - Maintenance phase (weeks 16 – 28)

The data-sharing statement for this study is currently unavailable.

Source study information is derived from the Australian New Zealand Clinical Trials Registry (ANZCTR). For more information on the ANZCTR, please see anzctr.org.au