Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành y học dành cho các bạn tham khảo đề tài: The Scandinavian Solutions for Wellness study - a two-arm observational study on the effectiveness of lifestyle intervention on subjective well-being and weight among persons with psychiatric disorders | Porsdal et al. BMC Psychiatry 2010 10 42 http 1471-244X 10 42 BMC Psychiatry RESEARCH ARTICLE Open Access The Scandinavian Solutions for Wellness study - a two-arm observational study on the effectiveness of lifestyle intervention on subjective well-being and weight among persons with psychiatric disorders Vibeke Porsdal 1 Catherine Beal2 Ole Kristian Kleivenes3 Egil W Martinsen4 Eva Lindstrom5 Harriet Nilsson6 and Par Svanborg7 Abstract Background Solutions for Wellness SfW is an educational 3-month program concerning nutrition and exercise for persons with psychiatric disorders on psychotropic medication who have weight problems. This observational study assessed the impact of SfW on subjective well-being weight and waist circumference WC . Methods Data was collected at 49 psychiatric clinics. Where the SfW program was offered patients could enter the intervention group where not the control group. Subjective well-being was measured by the Subjective Well-being under Neuroleptics scale SWN at baseline at the end of SfW participation and at a follow-up 6 months after baseline. Demographic disease and treatment data was also collected. Results 314 patients enrolled in the SfW group 59 in the control group. 54 of the patients had schizophrenia 67 received atypical antipsychotics 56 were female. They averaged 41 years and had a BMI of . There were significant differences at baseline between groups for weight SWN total score and other factors. Stepwise logistic models controlling for baseline covariates yielded an adjusted non-significant association between SfW program participation and response in subjective well-being SWN increase . However statistically significant associations were found between program participation and weight-response weight loss or gain 1 kg OR 2 95 CI and between program participation and WC-response WC decrease or increase 2 cm OR 5 95 CI at 3 months after baseline. Conclusions SfW .