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Use of Wearable Tech to Increase Physical Activity in Inpatient Rehabilitation for Overweight and Obese Patients

The aim of this project is to evaluate whether use of wearable tech increases physical activity in patients participating in inpatient rehabilitation for overweight and obesity.


Use of Wearable Tech to Increase Physical Activity in Inpatient Rehabilitation for Patients With Chronic Pain

The aim of this project is to evaluate whether use of wearable tech increases levels of physical activity in patients participating in inpatient rehabilitation for chronic pain.

Columbia Moves Physical Activity

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effect of adding a team competition comprised of members of existing social networks to a technology-delivered program for enhancing physical activity among insufficiently active adults.


Wearable Exercise Trackers in Cancer Rehabilitation

The goal of this research study is to learn how useful a wearable exercise tracker watch is to monitor participant's physical activity and learn if it can help to increase participant's physical activity.

Effect of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Program on Physical Activity Level in the Elderly Inpatient

In inpatient older adults, decrement in their mobility and loss in their physical activity are seen in time line between their hospitalization and discharge. The aim of our study was to investigate the effect of physiotherapy and rehabilitation program on physical activity, functional skills and quality of life in elderly inpatient. A total of 124 patients who were randomized as study and control group followed by Hacettepe University Faculty of Medicine Department of Internal ...

A Trial Evaluating Methods to Use Physical Activity to Improve Outcomes After Hospitalization for Acute Coronary Syndrome

This study will use a randomized, controlled trial to test the effectiveness of a home-based cardiac exercise rehabilitation program using wearable devices and financial incentives. Participants in the intervention arm will establish a baseline step count during the first two weeks, followed by an 8-week intervention period and an 8-week follow-up period.

Monitoring Physical Activity (Fitbit)

The purpose of this study is to examine the effect of monitoring and sharing physical activity outcomes (using Fitbit technology) on physical activity participation in those who have received an exercise prescription from their physician. Primary research question: Does shared physical activity outcomes from wearable technology with a participant's physician improve overall physical activity over 3 months compared to shared outcomes with a family member, unshared outcomes (nor...

Wearable Devices to Promote Physical Activity

This study evaluates the effect of a new wearable device, that measures physical activity level based on heart rates, on relevant health outcomes including cardiorespiratory fitness. Half of participants will be instructed in using the Mio Slice wristband, while the other half will be requested to follow today`s recommendations for physical activity.

Changes in Physical Activity in All Day Life in People With MS Before and After Rehabilitation

The primary objective is to observe the impact of in-patient rehabilitation on physical activity in daily life using miniature, wearable sensors, fixed on the shoes. These sensors record data about various aspects of walking. The information on the therapy effect on daily life can complement the clinical information and the patients' subjective report on therapy induced improvements. The secondary objective is the association of changes in physical activity, self-rated w...

Exploring the Effect of an Intervention on Women's Physical Activity Behaviour

Physical activity has been shown to reduce the risk of chronic diseases and promote physical and mental health and wellbeing, yet few women are active enough to see these benefits. Wearable activity trackers show promise for helping people increase their physical activity levels by supporting self-monitoring. However, few researchers have examined how providing people with these devices impacts physical activity levels, or motivation for physical activity which is a significant...

Post-operative, Inpatient Rehabilitation After Lung Transplant Evaluation

This randomized, feasibility trial (n=40) will compare the effects of an intensive, twice daily inpatient physical rehabilitation program against standard care (once daily) following double lung transplantation.

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Impact of an Effort Rehabilitation Program for Overweight/Obese Children/Teens on Quality of Life and Wellbeing

Obese and overweight children or teens can join the Prevention and Care of Pediatric Obesity and Pediatric Diabetes Organization of Mulhouse. Those patients who are no longer able to exercize because of their physical condition start an effort rehabilitation program at the Organization. The study will evaluate the impact of this rehabilitation program on quality of life and appetency to physical activity for these children and teens.

BRacelet And Physical actiVity Evaluation (BRAVE)

The aim of this study is to quantify pre- and postoperative physical activity of patients operated on colorectal surgery. Daily physical activity (No. of footsteps) is going to be recorded from 15 days before surgery to the end of hospitalization after surgery in a prospective cohort of consecutive colorectal patients by use of an attached strap. Then, the investigators will propose physical activity thresholds (adapted to the age, gender and patient comorbidities) to optimize ...

The Application of Wearable Technology to Improve the Physical Activity Level of People With Chronic Mental Illness

The object is to develop a physical activity promotion program by applying social cognitive theory and wearable technology and evaluate its feasibility in people with MI Stage I: Accuracy, Acceptability, Feasibility. Stage II: Effectiveness Analysis In stage II, will conduct a single-blinded, randomized controlled study. 90 participants will be randomly assigned to experimental group or control group. The intervention for both groups will last for 12 weeks, with a 12-week of ...

Development of Rehabilitation Program for Patients After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction Using Wearable Device

The purpose of this study is to develop and apply a rehabilitation program for patients who are discharged after ACL reconstruction using a wearable joint rehabilitation exercise device (exoRehab).

Sleep and Physical Activity Intervention for Increasing Physical Activity in Overweight or Obese and Sedentary African Americans

This trial studies how well sleep and physical activity interventions work in increasing the physical activity of overweight or obese and sedentary African Americans. Sleep and physical activity interventions may help to increase physical activity among overweight and obese African American adults who do not get enough exercise.

Exercise Training and Hepatic Metabolism in Overweight/Obese Adolescent

The HEPAFIT Study aims to examine whether a 6-months physical education program has benefits on hepatic metabolism and cardiovascular health as well as on selected physical fitness and mental health outcomes among adolescent overweight/obese from Bogota, Colombia.

The Move for Your Health Pilot Study

The Move for Your Health Pilot Study is a 16-week study in older cancer survivors to replace and break-up sedentary activity with short bouts of light physical activity.

Narrative Visualization for Breast Cancer Survivors' Physical Activity

This study tests the feasibility and acceptability of a physical activity intervention that combines use of a wearable activity monitor with a scrapbook. Half of the participants will receive this enhanced intervention, while the other half will receive a wearable activity monitor with a standard step log.

Digitally-Captured Step Counts for Evaluating Performance Status in Advanced Cancer Patients

The purpose of this study is to examine the relationships between objectively measured physical activity and provider-assessed and patient-reported functional outcomes in patients with advanced cancer. Findings from this study will help us better understand how change in daily physical activity, as measured using the wearable activity monitor, is related to change in a patient's functional status and clinical condition.

Physical Activity Tracking in Paediatric Elective Tonsillectomy

This pilot study will investigate the feasibility of physical activity tracking in patients aged 4-16 years before and after elective tonsillectomy as an innovative tool in paediatric research. The participating patients will receive a wearable physical activity tracker (CE-certified) that will continuously measure the patients' physical activity before and after an elective tonsillectomy, in addition to their parents' documentation of their child's activity in a conventional d...

Evaluating Motivational Interviewing and Habit Formation to Enhance the Effect of Activity Trackers on Physical Activity

Wearable fitness monitors are increasingly popular but the actual utility of these devices for promoting physical activity behavior is unknown. The purpose is to examine the efficacy of the Fitbit monitor for previously inactive individuals when used alone or following brief training in behavior change strategies and techniques. Psychosocial factors will be assessed and changes in physical activity will be monitored over three months to determine the efficacy of this interventi...

Physical Capacity and Rehabilitation of Patients With Multiple Sclerosis

The purpose of this study is to assess the physical capacity of patients with multiple sclerosis and the effects of rehabilitation, encompassing physical therapy and physical activity as it is carried out in the day hospital of (the Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine department) at Garches Hospital. We will compare the results of assessments carried out before and after a standard rehabilitation program.

Wearable Monitoring Systems for Swallowing Function and Disorders

Wearable tele-rehabilitation technology allows for the efficient provision of rehabilitation services from a distance, facilitating tele-management of many disorders. The proposed research will develop and validate a set of mechanically compliant, easy-to-use, and inexpensive wearable tele-monitoring systems, for future use in the rehabilitation of swallowing disorders (dysphagia). The hypothesis is that the newly developed wearable sensors will have equal or better performance...

Intervention Centered on Adolescents’ Physical Activity and Sedentary Behavior (ICAPS)

Physical activity is thought to be a key element in preventing the obesity epidemic and the associated cardiovascular and metabolic diseases. However population-based studies directed at promoting physical activity in youth have shown limited success in obesity prevention. The aim of this study is to assess whether an intervention integrating socioecological changes, which has the potential to induce sustained changes in physical activity, prevents overweight and cardiovascular...


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