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This randomized control trial will compare traditional patient education methods (pamphlets, clinical visits) to the implementation of an innovated patient education platform. The purpose of the project is to determine whether the use of this animation based patient education platform prior to undergoing surgery will lead to improved patient satisfaction and quality of life.
This prospective randomized pilot clinical trial studied the effect on preoperative anxiety of watching a series of YouTube videos designed to create a virtual hospital experience for patients undergoing primary total hip and knee arthroplasty as compared to routine preoperative education. Hypothesis: Preoperative anxiety related to hip and knee replacement surgeries can be reduced by patient exposure to a virtual hospital inpatient experience delivered by a series of Yo...
In patient education, the amount of information that is not proper with the individual patient, such as too much or too little, can increase anxiety to patient. Needs-based patient education has been developed to determine the proper amount of information and provide the education based on patient needs. This study aims to compare needs-based patient education to traditional patient education in how they affect preoperative anxiety and patient satisfaction.
This is an interventional trial to introduce two short animated videos into preoperative counseling/consent and to compare patient comprehension and satisfaction with a multimedia approach compared to standard of care currently. The investigators anticipate that patients will retain more information about their surgery and peri-operative care and will be more satisfied with a multimedia approach.
Colonoscopy is the most important method to screen for colorectal cancer and precancerous lesions, whose efficacy is closely related with the quality of bowel preparation, requiring consuming purgatives and restricting the diet. Compliance to bowel preparation is highly dependent on patient education. In most cases, such education is offered only once at the time of colonoscopy scheduling by either oral or written instructions. However, about one in fourth patients still cannot...
This study evaluates whether rapid sequence animation videos (RSAV) are of use as an additional learning resource for the elective pre-operative patient. The investigators aimed to do this by comparing the change in knowledge and anxiety in two groups; Half of the patients were allocated to the normal patient pathway and the other half received the educational video as an additional preoperative learning resource.
The investigators will examine whether an educational video increases patient knowledge about heart failure and the risk of sudden cardiac arrest and leads to greater satisfaction with information provided as compared to usual care. Additionally, the investigators will look at whether racial concordance (physician and patient being of the same race) improves satisfaction with the patient's treatment decision and disease knowledge. Our hypothesis is that a video in which parti...
Patient preparedness has been associated with increased patient satisfaction, decreased postoperative pain and decreased postoperative narcotic use; however, little is known regarding the optimal way to prepare patients prior to pelvic reconstructive surgery. The primary aim of this study is to determine if a preoperative counseling in person visit has similar rates of patient preparedness as a preoperative counseling phone call for women undergoing same-day pelvic organ prolap...
The aim of this study is to assess the utility of two interventional videos, submitted to patients discharged from the ED with a diagnosis of atrial fibrillation or deep vein thrombosis. The primary hypothesis is that patients enrolled in the study group will show a higher degree of comprehension of their medical condition and its related complications, as compared to the control group. Secondly, we will also analyze any possible effect of the videos on the knowledge of ...
The purpose of this research is to look at how educational videos might affect patient satisfaction and anxiety before Mohs surgery day. Patients will be randomized to either: 1) a group that receives educational videos before the visit in addition to standard-of-care written and verbal instructions OR 2) a group that receives only standard-of-care written and verbal instructions.
The primary purpose of this study is to assess whether tailored patient education for patients on Symbicort® Turbuhaler® therapy improves patient satisfaction, adherence and Quality of Life.
The objective of this study is to compare the effectiveness of a personalized patient education program to the current hospital education and evaluate its impact using patient satisfaction scores. The investigators hypothesize that a personalized patient education intervention will increase patient's understanding of their diagnosis and satisfaction with the care as reflected in our survey results.
In the current constantly changing healthcare landscape quality measurement has a central role. As the practice of medicine is shifting from authority to accountability, the quality of surgical interventions is under continuous scrutiny by patients, peers, payers, and policy makers. If done appropriately quality measurement can empower all members of the healthcare debate. There is increasing focus on patient satisfaction outcomes as quality indicators. An important part...
Surgical preparedness improves patient satisfaction and perioperative outcomes. In urogynecology, interventions to increase preoperative patient preparedness have not been adequately studied. Our objective is to evaluate the ability of preoperative provider-initiated telephone calls to increase patient preparedness for surgery. The investigators will conduct a randomized control trial comparing surgical preparedness between provider-initiated telephone call three days before su...
This is a randomized control trial that aims to evaluate whether patient-centered education, compared to routine education, decreases narcotic consumption without interfering with return to physical activity following hospital discharge. In addition, it will test whether patient-centered education decreases the quantity of narcotics prescribed and/or increases patient satisfaction and preparedness.
The decision making process for stress incontinence surgery is complex. A key gap in the literature is how to improve patient preparedness and satisfaction for mid-urethral sling (MUS) surgery that is reproducible and low cost. Multimedia can assist in bridging this gap. The specific aims of the proposed research: (1) is to develop two videos to counsel patients who have elected to undergo a MUS surgery. One video will be created from a patient-centered perspective using peers ...
Arthroplastic hip surgery "fast-track" the subject of increasing interest and reduces the average length of stay and improve patient satisfaction. This fast circuit implemented in many schools uses dedicated inpatient units, preoperative patient education in multidisciplinary groups (including physiotherapists, nurses, rehabilitation doctors and surgeons), an analgesia protocol multimodal and a network dedicated to the outlet (1.2). The investigators working hypothesis is that...
Patient satisfaction is an important metric currently used to rate quality of healthcare in hospitals. Maximizing patient satisfaction scores is therefore significantly beneficial to any hospital establishment. Recent studies have shown patient satisfaction depends on multiple factors, including patient involvement in treatment decision-making processes and patients' knowledge of treatment options. Internal review of departmental patient satisfaction survey scores revealed defi...
This clinical trial is being conducted to assess whether the comprehensive education before gastroscopy could reduce the adverse reactions, such as nausea, vomiting and improve patient satisfaction.
The study will seek to determine if surgical patients do better or the same if participants undergo pre-operative counseling for elective laparoscopic same day surgery. The study hypothesizes that patients who receive a pre-operative education booklet and a phone call from a surgical registered nurse, compared to the current standard of care, will have higher satisfaction with regard to participants' surgical experience, decrease in the number of post-operative phone calls, dec...
The purpose of this research study is to evaluate a patient education program for chronic wound care. The wound care nurse practitioner (NP) at the Ann Arbor VAMC will use a wound self-management "after-care summary" with approximately half of her patients. This study will examine whether using this patient education tool for self-management of wound care results in improved patient outcomes.
When presenting for elective surgery, patient's often do not completely understand the role that the anesthesiology team plays in their care. In 1999, the American Medical Association (AMA) found that health literacy was a stronger predictor of a person's health than age, income, education level and race. It is very important that the investigators provide information to patients on the role of anesthesiologists in their care before, during, and after the surgery as it has been...
Up to 50% of infants and young children cry during the administration of their inhaled treatment for their asthma. This results in decreased lung deposition, and thus decreased effectiveness of their inhaled treatment. The objective of this study is to evaluate whether animated cartoons can increase the cooperation of young children with asthma who are not cooperative during the delivery of their ICS therapy through a pMDI/spacer.
Objective To evaluate the incidence of psychological problems in total knee arthroplasty (TKA) patients and examine whether perioperative psychological intervention can improve the outcomes of and patient satisfaction with TKA. Methods The investigators will prospectively collect clinical data from 400 patients who underwent primary TKA by the same surgeon at Peking University Third Hospital. The patients will be divided into 3 groups based on psychological status and interven...
This study aims to test the effects of a Preoperative Relaxation intervention and an Intensified Surgery Patient Education on pre- and postoperative wellbeing and health in Patients Undergoing Cholecystectomy.