Selected Publications by Dr. Kelly on CTH and CTHS
- Kelly, C.W. (2014). Commitment to Health Theory: A graphic model. Workplace health and safety. 62 (2)51-54.
- Kelly, C.W. (2011). Commitment to Health: A Predictor of Dietary Change. Journal of Clinical Nursing. Doi: 10/1111/j.1365-2702.2010.03654.
- Kelly, C.W. (2008) Commitment to Health Theory. Research, Theory and Nursing Practice, 22(2) pp.148-160.
- Kelly, C.W. (2005) Commitment to Health Scale. Journal of Nursing Measurement. .13(3) pp. 219-229.
Additional CTHS Citations
Therapeutic enhancement: nursing intervention category for patients diagnosed with Readiness for Therapeutic Regimen Management
Fewer than half of North Americans follow their physician's recommendations for diet and exercise, even when such are crucial to their health or recovery. It is imperative that nurses consider new ways to promote healthy behaviours.
CW Kelly - Journal of Clinical Nursing Volume 17, Issue 7b, pages 188–191, July 2008
The effect of personal lifestyle intervention among health care providers on their patients and clinics; the Promoting Health by Self Experience (PHASE) randomized controlled intervention trial
Iris Shaia, Dorit Erlichb, Arnon D. Cohenc, Marianna Urbachbh, Noga Yosefd, Orna Levye, Danit R. Shahara, - Preventive Medicine Volume 55, Issue 4, October 2012, Pages 285–291
Occupational Transition of Smoking Cessation in Women: More than Just Butting Out
This qualitative study used interpretative phenomenological analysis to explore the question: How do women cigarette smokers experience and perceive their occupational transition from smoker to non-smoker?
K Luck - 2013 - dalspace.library.dal.ca
The relationship of multiple, simultaneously occurring health risk behaviors to academic performance of high school students
This study aimed to identify health risk behaviors contributing to academic performance while controlling for other factors and investigated the relationship between academic performance and multiple simultaneously occurring predictors among public ..
Yongwen Jiang, Jan Mermin, Donald K. Perry, Jana E. Hesser. Journal of Behavioral Health, 2 (1), 44-51. doi:10.5455/jbh.20130103102935
Exploring the components of metabolic syndrome with respect to gender difference and its relationship to health‐promoting lifestyle behaviour: a study in Taiwanese urban communities.
YC Chen, HP Wu, SJ Hwang, I Li - Journal of Clinical Nursing Volume 19, Issue 21-22, pages 3031–3041, November 2010