Olga Perski
Olga Perski
Research Associate, Department of Behavioural Science and Health, University College London
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Conceptualising engagement with digital behaviour change interventions: a systematic review using principles from critical interpretive synthesis
O Perski, A Blandford, R West, S Michie
Translational behavioral medicine 7 (2), 254-267, 2017
The association of smoking status with SARS‐CoV‐2 infection, hospitalization and mortality from COVID‐19: a living rapid evidence review with Bayesian meta‐analyses (version 7)
D Simons, L Shahab, J Brown, O Perski
Addiction, 2020
Smokers’ and drinkers’ choice of smartphone applications and expectations of engagement: A think aloud and interview study
O Perski, A Blandford, HK Ubhi, R West, S Michie
BMC medical informatics and decision making 17 (1), 1-14, 2017
Seven lessons for interdisciplinary research on interactive digital health interventions
A Blandford, J Gibbs, N Newhouse, O Perski, A Singh, E Murray
Digital health 4, 2055207618770325, 2018
A systematic review and meta‐analysis of tertiary interventions in clinical burnout
O Perski, G Grossi, A Perski, M Niemi
Scandinavian journal of psychology 58 (6), 551-561, 2017
Does the addition of a supportive chatbot promote user engagement with a smoking cessation app? An experimental study
O Perski, D Crane, E Beard, J Brown
Digital health 5, 2055207619880676, 2019
Predictors of engagement, response to follow up, and extent of alcohol reduction in users of a smartphone app (Drink Less): secondary analysis of a factorial randomized …
C Garnett, O Perski, I Tombor, R West, S Michie, J Brown
JMIR mHealth and uHealth 6 (12), e11175, 2018
Exploring users’ experiences of the uptake and adoption of physical activity apps: Longitudinal qualitative study
D Baretta, O Perski, P Steca
JMIR mHealth and uHealth 7 (2), e11636, 2019
COVID‐19, smoking, vaping and quitting: a representative population survey in England
H Tattan‐Birch, O Perski, S Jackson, L Shahab, R West, J Brown
Addiction, 2020
A self-report measure of engagement with digital behavior change interventions (DBCIs): development and psychometric evaluation of the “DBCI Engagement Scale”
O Perski, A Blandford, C Garnett, D Crane, R West, S Michie
Translational behavioral medicine 10 (1), 267-277, 2020
Perceived addiction to smoking and associations with motivation to stop, quit attempts and quitting success: A prospective study of English smokers
O Perski, N Herd, R West, J Brown
Addictive behaviors 90, 306-311, 2019
Face masks to prevent community transmission of viral respiratory infections: A rapid evidence review using Bayesian analysis
O Perski, D Simons, R West, S Michie
Qeios, 2020
Engagement features judged by excessive drinkers as most important to include in smartphone applications for alcohol reduction: A mixed-methods study
O Perski, D Baretta, A Blandford, R West, S Michie
Digital health 4, 2055207618785841, 2018
Smokers’ views on personal carbon monoxide monitors, associated apps, and their use: An interview and think-aloud study
A Herbeć, O Perski, L Shahab, R West
International journal of environmental research and public health 15 (2), 288, 2018
Does consistent motivation to stop smoking improve the explanation of recent quit attempts beyond current motivation? A cross-sectional study
O Perski, N Herd, J Brown, R West
Addictive behaviors 81, 12-16, 2018
Smoking and COVID-19: Rapid evidence review for the Royal College of Physicians, London (UK)
D Simons, J Brown, L Shahab, O Perski
Qeios, 2020
Influence of the SARS-CoV-2 outbreak on the uptake of a popular smoking cessation app in UK smokers: interrupted time series analysis
O Perski, A Herbeć, L Shahab, J Brown
JMIR mHealth and uHealth 8 (6), e19494, 2020
Innovative methods for observing and changing complex health behaviors: Four propositions
G Chevance, O Perski, EB Hekler
Translational Behavioral Medicine 11 (2), 676-685, 2021
Assessing the Psychometric Properties of the Digital Behavior Change Intervention Engagement Scale in Users of an App for Reducing Alcohol Consumption: Evaluation Study
O Perski, J Lumsden, C Garnett, A Blandford, R West, S Michie
Journal of medical Internet research 21 (11), e16197, 2019
Do daily fluctuations in psychological and app-related variables predict engagement with an alcohol reduction app? A series of N-Of-1 studies
O Perski, F Naughton, C Garnett, A Blandford, E Beard, R West, S Michie
JMIR mHealth and uHealth 7 (10), e14098, 2019
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