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An Engagement Engine for Fitness Trackers

The iTrackFitness study aims to test the "engagement engine" that was developed from activity tracker and survey data gathered during phase I of the study. For the current phase the "engagement engine" will support successful and sustained engagement with health trackers thereby increasing physical activity.


Evaluation of Text Message Engagement Support of Mindfulness Smartphone Applications

The aim of this study is to assess the usability of two mindfulness smartphone applications (apps) and to evaluate whether text message support can promote engagement with those apps through a 4-week trial comparing support vs. no support.

Using Multimedia Digital Health to Enable and Engage Pediatric Inpatients and Their Parents

This project leverages digital health technology to support patient engagement and shared decision-making between families, patients, and providers. The investigators will start by finalizing the educational module and adding randomization for the trial (Aim 1). The investigators will then complete iterative user testing in the live system through measurement of educational module views and usability feedback interviews with 20 end users (Aim 2). The investigators will then con...


Increasing Engagement and Improving HIV Outcomes Via HealthMPowerment

The overall goal of this 3-arm randomized trial is to test whether a network-driven online intervention tailored for intersectional stigma amelioration can elicit online social support, promote intervention engagement, and mitigate the impact of multiple stigmas on HIV-related outcomes among young Black and/or Latino men who have sex with men and transgender women.

Measure of Engagement of Epilepsy Patients in Messaging Groups

This study will measure the engagement of people with epilepsy in a mobile phone based messaging platform as well as understand if there is an impact on their self-management

Discontinuation of Automated Engagement Support

The Chronic Kidney Disease Engagement System is currently in place for 1700 adults receiving care from Empire Physicians Medical Group (EPMG), an Independent Practice Association located in Palm Desert, California. The system monitors routine clinical laboratory test results and send messages to patients and providers when action is indicated, such as when tests are overdue or results require extra clinical attention. This study will assess what happens to laboratory results, u...

Enhancing Self-Management Support in Diabetes Through Patient Engagement

The Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) and the Chronic Care Model (CCM) are complementary clinical intervention frameworks that are commonly invoked to support better type 2 diabetes (T2DM) outcomes in primary care. Self-management Support (SMS) is a core component of both the PCMH and CCM, and focuses on the central role of patients in managing their illness by engaging with and adopting healthy behaviors that promote optimal clinical outcomes. Despite its recognized importa...

Peer Supported Web-based CBT for OEF/OIF Veterans With PTSD and Substance Misuse

Veterans who served in Iraq and Afghanistan have high rates of co-morbid PTSD symptoms and hazardous substance use (HSU). Evidence-based treatments for these problems are available in VA specialty clinics, but multiple barriers lead to low utilization of these treatments. Novel treatment approaches are needed. Previous research supports that 1) primary care-mental health integration (PC-MHI) services are associated with increased treatment engagement, 2) technology-based interv...

Using Rapid Cycle Trials to Increase Patient Engagement in the Community Health Worker Program in the Emergency Department.

This study is evaluating the effectiveness of the post-discharge program facilitated by the Community Health Worker program in the Emergency Department at NYU Langone Health Hospital - Brooklyn and testing different strategies to increase patient engagement in the program.

Measuring Patient Engagement in Diabetes Care

We will develop a new measure of patient engagement/activation specific to the context of diabetes self-care

Family Engagement in Safety

Miscommunications are a leading cause of serious medical errors in hospitals, contributing to more than 60% of sentinel events, the most serious adverse events reported to the Joint Commission. Efforts to improve patient safety in hospitals have centered on improving communication between providers. While provider-focused communication interventions have led to reductions in patient harm, patients and families have been notably absent from most interventions to improve patient ...

Parent Engagement Package: Initial Testing of Strategies to Increase Participation in Parenting Interventions

This study evaluated the effectiveness of strategies for engaging parents into parenting programs. Engagement strategies included a booklet showing testimonial quotes and photos from prior participants, a recommendation to attend for the child's teacher, and a motivational call from the parenting program provider. It was hypothesized that the combination of engagement strategies would increase attendance at a parenting intervention compared to receiving only a promotional broch...

Patient Management of Depression Through Technology: a Study of Digitally Enabled Engagement

The current randomized controlled trial is a pilot study that will assess the effectiveness and feasibility of a mobile phone application intervention. The objective is to determine whether the use of a mobile health application for patient self-management of depression improves patient-provider engagement for patients diagnosed with major depressive disorder.

ENhancing Outcomes Through Goal Assessment and Generating Engagement in Diabetes Mellitus

The purpose of this study is to evaluate whether a combination of pharmacist-delivered patient engagement techniques improves disease control and medication adherence among patients with poorly-controlled diabetes compared with usual care. These engagement techniques include shared decision-making and brief negotiated interviewing and are delivered telephonically.

Participatory Design of Electronic Health Record Tools for Problem Solving Therapy

Problem Solving Therapy for Primary Care (PST-PC) is an evidence based psychosocial intervention (EBPI) for use in primary care settings, with more than 100 clinical trials. Despite it's proven efficacy we have found that implementation of PST-PC is complicated, resulting in rapid program drift (deviation from protocol with associated loss of efficacy), among practitioners following completion of training. Many studied have shown that program drift is not uncommon in the imple...

Active Patient Support

Active patient support is a randomized controlled trial of telephone-based self-management support. The primary aim of the intervention is to reduce hospital admissions and improve quality of life in patients with a high risk of hospital admission.

CareConekta: A Smartphone App to Improve Engagement in HIV Care

Population mobility is common in South Africa, but important research gaps exist describing this mobility and its impact on engagement in HIV care, particularly among pregnant and postpartum women. Through this study, the investigators propose to test a smartphone application - CareConekta - to conduct essential formative work on mobility and evaluate this app as an intervention to facilitate engagement in HIV care during times of mobility. This work is critical to adapting Car...

Family Procedural Presence

This study seeks to determine the effect of a quality improvement policy regarding allowing family members to remain in a patient's room during ICU procedures. The investigators hypothesized that our change in policy to invite family members to remain during procedures will improve patient & family engagement and improve long term psychological outcomes after an ICU admission. The study also seeks to determine if inviting family members to remain in a patient's room during ICU ...

BEACON Care ® System Assisting Ventilation in Pressure Support Ventilation (PSV) Patient

The aim of this study is to evaluate the ventilator settings advice given by the BEACON care system in fitting with best level of support in patient under mechanical ventilation in Pressure Support mode.

Homecoming Line: Telephone Support for Veterans

This study will determine whether telephone support improves clinical outcomes of veterans who begin outpatient treatment for posttraumatic stress disorder. Participants will be randomly assigned to receive either usual care or usual care supplemented by biweekly monitoring and support by telephone during the first 3 months of treatment. Patients in both conditions will be compared on PTSD symptoms, engagement in treatment, violence and drinking at 4 months and 12 months after ...

Proportional Assist Ventilation vs Pressure Support Ventilation

In this study, we want to compare two different kinds of artificial ventilation to see if one encourages faster weaning from breathing support and if one provides better sleep quality. These artificial ventilation types are: 1. Pressure support ventilation; the standard ventilation that we use for the patients in the Respiratory Acute Care Unit. Pressure support ventilation ventilators use constant air pressure to assist patients with their breathing. 2. P...

Pulmonary Complications After Heart Surgery.

Abstract: Post-operative pulmonary complications after cardiac surgery Background The Catharina Hospital performs approximately 1700 heart operation each year. One third of the patients stay at the Catharina hospital during their entire post-operative period. Two years ago they abolished the pulmonary support by a physiotherapist. Subjectively, the pulmonary complications increased over the last two years. During an investigation of the contentment of the patients an increase ...

Corazon de la Familia (Heart of the Family)

The Corazón de la Familia study is a randomized controlled trial to examine the effects of a novel family-focused lifestyle modification intervention to reduce risk for type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease (CVD) among Hispanics/Latinos. Facilitated by community health workers, the family-focused intervention engages two members of a family in an educational program addressing lifestyle behaviors to support sustained engagement in healthy lifestyles among Hispanics with h...

A Patient-centered Approach to Successful Community Transition After Catastrophic Injury

Shepherd Center is bringing a more patient-centered focus to educational, peer-support, and technology resources offered to patients with spinal cord injury and their families and is evaluating these changes. Approximately 740 patients have provided information about healthcare utilization following inpatient rehabilitation. This information will help Shepherd Center staff follow utilization trends and plan programs targeted at the high-use areas.

A Randomized, Two-arm, Open Label Study to evalUate the Effect of a Smart Phone-based Patient Support Tool On Patient AdheRence of Treatment in Stable Angina Patients Prescribed Beta-blockers in China (SUPPORT)

The present study aims to enhance the adherence of beta-blockers by Patient Support Tool through a smart phone application and a wristband, subsequently reduce the risk of angina attacks in patients with stable angina pectoris.


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