The translation of successful behavior change interventions to new delivery mechanisms requires an understanding of the underlying concepts that led to its success. This has particular relevance when converting in-person interventions into remote technological applications. The active ingredients that may have been successful in the “live” application can appear differently in a technological application. The communication module within a multi-user telehealth kiosk will be used as an example of how behavior change techniques from a “live” intervention may be represented in an information technology-delivered intervention.
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