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You can access this
clinical trial
if you have
Musculoskeletal Disease, Obesity or Psychological Disorder
and you are
over 18
years old
The phase for this study is not defined.
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The purpose

A Healthy Life Center (HLC, 'Frisklivssentrale') is a public community-based health service providing lifestyle support programs for physical activity, smoking cessation and diet, to inhabitants with increased risk for development of non-communicable diseases. HLCs intention is to reach physically inactive people who need guidance to get more physically active, and offer them a lifestyle program for three months or more. The main aim of this study is to study whether the HLCs, organized according to the Norwegian Directorate of Health`s guidelines for municipal healthy life centers, affects the participants short term (3 months) and long term (15 months) physical activity level. Also changes in diet, tobacco use, health related quality of life, physical fitness, anthropometry, self-efficacy, motivation, drug use, use of health services and work participation will be assessed. Secondary aim is to study whether there are any moderators, such as HLCs capacity, expertise, and collaboration with other services, that have significance for participants' change. Also it will be studied whether the HLCs result in larger changes in some subgroups (e.g. socioeconomic) of participants than in others.

Provided treatments

  • Behavioral: Healthy Life Center

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Tris trial is registered with FDA with number: NCT03026296. The sponsor of the trial is Norwegian University of Science and Technology and it is looking for 1022 volunteers for the current phase.
Official trial title:
Healthy Life Centers - Municipal Health Care Service for Lifestyle Changes - a Multicenter Intervention Study on Changes Among Participants and Moderators for Changes Such as the Centers Capacity and Competence and the Participants Motivation