Comparing Motivational, Self-regulatory and Habitual Processes in a Computer-tailored Physical Activity Intervention in Hospital Employees

Healthcare professionals frequently provide guidance on physical activity, but often do not meet guideline levels of physical activity themselves. This is the first study to examine a tailored, technology-supported intervention aiming to increase physical activity in healthcare professionals. The study will evaluate whether including additional theory-based behaviour change techniques aimed at promoting motivation, self-regulation and habit will lead to increased physical activity participation relative to information alone.