This project developed and tested a tablet-based decision aid to assist primary care providers in applying patient-reported outcomes to smoking cessation and found that the tool facilitated more conversations about smoking cessation between patients and providers.
Disseminating and Implementing Evidence from Patient-centered Outcomes Research Using Mobile Health Technology (R21)
This research developed a set of mHealth tools capable of collecting health behavior information with the hope that providing clinical feedback on these behaviors will reduce obesity and improve health behaviors among at-risk families.
This project developed the Patient-Centered Virtual Multimedia Interactive Informed Consent tool and found that patients who used the tool had increased knowledge and higher satisfaction than control patients.
This project tested a mobile health application for HIV symptom management for people living with HIV and found an improvement in symptoms.
This research developed and evaluated a mobile health application for patients with asthma.
This project tested a mobile health application’s impact on reducing readmissions among patients with cirrhosis within 30 days of hospital discharge, and found it to be usable and feasible.
This project developed and tested a mobile health application for a centralized, pharmacist-managed cardiovascular risk service to improve patient engagement in self-management of cardiovascular risk.
The researchers developed a mobile health application to distribute evidence-based pain self-management strategies to patients with juvenile idiopathic arthritis.
This research pilot tested a sickle cell disease mobile application that was found to reduce acute care visits by patients with the condition.
This project developed and pilot-tested TJR App, a mobile application designed to help patients with osteoarthritis track their pain and activity, and found that app users were more likely to track symptoms consistently, when compared to non-users.