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61. Therapeutic Educational Intervention and Fibromyalgia: a Mixed Methods Research

phase a sample of 64 adult women with fibromyalgia will be recruited from primary care centers of the city of Lleida and randomized into either the intervention or the control group Discussion: There is an imperative necessity of taking patients' symptoms experience as essential for the development of effective symptom management strategies from a biopsychosocial perspective. In the era of the internet, our web-based therapeutic educational intervention could open a new window for the treatment (...) of women with fibromyalgia as part of current FM management treatments in primary care. Our hypotheses are: Cognitive and behavioral factors related to pain and poor sleep quality in women diagnosed with fibromyalgia act as perpetuating factors and aggravate the general health status and the quality of life of these patients. A web-based therapeutic educational intervention about pain and poor sleep quality in women diagnosed with FM is better than the conventional approach for the treatment of pain

2018 Clinical Trials

62. Development and Preliminary Evaluation of a Pain Management Manual for Hospice Providers to Support and Educate Family Caregivers. (Abstract)

. Interview data were analyzed using thematic analysis.The hospice providers found that the manual could potentially serve as a reference in their practice and be a source for their continuing education. They suggested enhancing the clarity of the case scenarios and adding additional strategies to the manual. Moreover, they suggested expanding the paper-based version and developing a web-based platform to deliver the content would maximize its utility.The manual has the potential to be integrated (...) Development and Preliminary Evaluation of a Pain Management Manual for Hospice Providers to Support and Educate Family Caregivers. Family caregivers encounter many barriers to managing patients' pain in the home hospice setting. However, there are limited clinically applicable resources for hospice providers to help family caregivers identify and address these barriers.To develop a pain management manual for hospice providers to support family caregivers and conduct a preliminary providers

2018 American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Medicine

63. Educational needs of hematologists and laboratory professionals regarding factor activity assays Full Text available with Trip Pro

Educational needs of hematologists and laboratory professionals regarding factor activity assays Diagnosis and management of hemophilia require accurate and precise measurements of factor activity levels. Activity is traditionally measured via one-stage (OS) clot-based assay; however, chromogenic substrate (CS) assays may be needed for certain cases. A survey was performed to understand assay-related knowledge gaps among hematologists and laboratory professionals.Separate web-based surveys were (...) administered to hematologists who manage hemophilia and to laboratory professionals and queried practice patterns, knowledge of/attitudes toward CS assays, and interest in continuing education.A total of 51 hematologists participated in this study; 67% managed hemophilia patients for ≥10 years and 24% were affiliated with a hemophilia treatment center (HTC). Most (80%) stated familiarity with general assay interpretation. Majorities of non-HTC and HTC respondents agreed that CS assays are more accurate

2018 Journal of blood medicine

64. Effects of interprofessional education for medical and nursing students: enablers, barriers and expectations for optimizing future interprofessional collaboration – a qualitative study Full Text available with Trip Pro

Effects of interprofessional education for medical and nursing students: enablers, barriers and expectations for optimizing future interprofessional collaboration – a qualitative study To ensure high quality patient care an effective interprofessional collaboration between healthcare professionals is required. Interprofessional education (IPE) has a positive impact on team work in daily health care practice. Nevertheless, there are various challenges for sustainable implementation of IPE (...) selected by following inclusion criteria: (a) ability to answer every research question, one question particularly competent, (b) interdisciplinarity, (c) sustainability and (d) status. They were purposely sampled. Recruitment was based on existing collaborations and a web based search.The experts find more enablers than barriers for IPE between medical and nursing students. Four primary arguments for IPE were mentioned: (1) development and promotion of interprofessional thinking and acting, (2

2018 BMC nursing

65. Diabetes Educators’ Insights Regarding Connecting Mobile Phone– and Wearable Tracker–Collected Self-Monitoring Information to a Nationally-Used Electronic Health Record System for Diabetes Education: Descriptive Qualitative Study Full Text available with Trip Pro

Diabetes Educators’ Insights Regarding Connecting Mobile Phone– and Wearable Tracker–Collected Self-Monitoring Information to a Nationally-Used Electronic Health Record System for Diabetes Education: Descriptive Qualitative Study Diabetes educators are integral to a clinical team in providing diabetes self-management education and support; however, current mobile and Web-based self-management tools are not integrated into clinical diabetes care to support diabetes educators' education (...) themes.Five common themes emerged from the discussion. First, educators expressed enthusiasm for and concerns about viewing diet and physical activity data in Chronicle Diabetes system. Second, educators valued viewing detailed dietary macronutrients and activity data; however, they preferred different kinds of details depending on patients' needs, conditions, and behavioral goals and educators' training background. Third, all educators liked the integration of mobile phone-collected data into Chronicle

2018 JMIR mHealth and uHealth

66. Medical Education for “Generation Z”: Everything online?! – An analysis of Internet-based media use by teachers in medicine Full Text available with Trip Pro

Medical Education for “Generation Z”: Everything online?! – An analysis of Internet-based media use by teachers in medicine Aim: The aims of this study were to gain an overview of the web-based media used during the clinical phase of medical study at German medical schools and to identify the resources needed for web-based media use. Also examined were the influences on web-based media use, for instance, the assessment of their suitability for use in teaching. Method: An online survey (...) cited against using web-based media in teaching included the amount of time required and lack of support staff. The assessment of suitability revealed that interactive patient cases, podcasts and subject-specific apps for teaching medicine were predominantly viewed as constructive teaching tools. Social media such as Facebook and Twitter were considered unsuitable. When using web-based media and assessing their suitability for teaching, no correlations with the personal profiles of the teachers were

2018 GMS journal for medical education

67. The Effectiveness of Online Pain Resources for Health Professionals: A Systematic Review with Subset Meta-Analysis of Educational Intervention Studies. Full Text available with Trip Pro

identified through a search of Medline, PsychINFO, Web of Science, CINAHL, PubMed, Scopus, Cochrane Library, Google Scholar, and OpenGrey databases. Search terms included 3 concept blocks: (1) type of intervention-online education, computer-based, e-learning, web-based, and internet-based; (2) population-pediatrician, physician, nurse, psychologist, and medical; and (3) outcome-pain*. Thirty-two studies (13 randomised controlled trials, 5 nonrandomised controlled trials, and 14 single-group pre-post (...) The Effectiveness of Online Pain Resources for Health Professionals: A Systematic Review with Subset Meta-Analysis of Educational Intervention Studies. Online educational interventions are increasingly developed for health professionals and students, although graduate and undergraduate medical curricula often contain limited information about how to assess and manage pain. This study reviews the literature on the effectiveness of pain-related online educational resources. Studies were

2018 Pain

68. Models of nutrition-focused continuing education programs for nurses: a systematic review of the evidence. Full Text available with Trip Pro

of mode of delivery, duration of intervention and educational strategies employed. Nutrition CE programs that are delivered face-to-face or by self-directed learning manuals, which utilise active learning strategies, are positively associated with improvements in nutrition knowledge. Web-based CE and self-directed learning may be favourable modes of delivery as they may assist in addressing resource and time contraints. (...) Models of nutrition-focused continuing education programs for nurses: a systematic review of the evidence. Nurses are well-positioned to provide basic nutrition education and reinforce nutrition messages to patients in hospital and primary care settings. Despite this, nurses may not receive adequate training to provide this service, and there is limited opportunity for nurses to engage in nutrition-focused continuing education (CE). The aim of this review was to determine whether nurse

2018 Australian journal of primary health

69. Genetic Education in BRCA Families

): Marc D Schwartz, Georgetown University Study Details Study Description Go to Brief Summary: The primary goal of this research is to test a web-based genetic education intervention that is designed to educate men and women from hereditary cancer families about the personal relevance of genetic testing in order to help them male decisions about whether to pursue genetic testing. We will test this intervention against standard care for men and women from hereditary cancer families. The web-based (...) of genetic testing, genetic test results and quality of life. Condition or disease Intervention/treatment Phase BRCA1 Mutation BRCA2 Mutation Behavioral: Web + Streamlined Telephone Genetic Counseling Not Applicable Study Design Go to Layout table for study information Study Type : Interventional (Clinical Trial) Estimated Enrollment : 426 participants Allocation: Randomized Intervention Model: Parallel Assignment Intervention Model Description: Two group parallel design comparing Web-based education

2018 Clinical Trials

70. How Can We Improve Disease Education in People with Gout? Full Text available with Trip Pro

How Can We Improve Disease Education in People with Gout? Gout management is currently suboptimal despite excellent available therapy. Gout patient education has been shown to enhance medication adherence and self-management, but needs improvement. We explored the literature on gout patient education including gaps in gout patient knowledge; use of written materials; in-person individual and group sessions; education via nurses, pharmacists, or multi-disciplinary groups; and use of phone, web (...) -based, mobile health app, and text messaging educational efforts.Nurse-led interventions have shown significant improvement in reaching urate goals. Pharmacist-led programs have likewise succeeded, but to a lesser degree. A multi-disciplinary approach has shown feasibility. Needs-assessments, patient questionnaires, and psychosocial evaluations can enhance targeted education. An interactive and patient-centered approach can enhance gout educational interventions. Optimal programs will assess

2018 Current Rheumatology Reports

71. Opioid Overdose Education for Individuals Prescribed Opioids for Pain Management: Randomized Comparison of Two Computer-Based Interventions Full Text available with Trip Pro

Opioid Overdose Education for Individuals Prescribed Opioids for Pain Management: Randomized Comparison of Two Computer-Based Interventions Opioid overdose (OD) rates in the United States have reached unprecedented levels. Current OD prevention strategies largely consist of distribution of naloxone and in-person trainings, which face obstacles to expedient, widespread dissemination. Web-based interventions have increased opioid-OD response knowledge in patients with opioid-use disorders (...) ; however, these interventions have not been tested in the larger population of individuals that are prescribed opioid analgesics. This study assessed a web-based intervention providing education across three knowledge domains: opioid effects, opioid-OD symptoms, and opioid-OD response.Participants (N = 197) were adults recruited on Amazon Mechanical Turk from May to June 2017, who were prescribed an opioid medication for pain. Participants were randomly assigned to a Presentation (n = 97) intervention

2018 Frontiers in Psychiatry Controlled trial quality: uncertain

72. Redesigning Hospital Diabetes Education: A Qualitative Evaluation With Nursing Teams. (Abstract)

Redesigning Hospital Diabetes Education: A Qualitative Evaluation With Nursing Teams. Methods to deliver diabetes education are needed to support patient safety and glycemic control in the transition from hospital to home.This study examined barriers and facilitators of integrating web-based, iPad-delivered diabetes survival skills education (DSSE) into the nursing inpatient unit workflow.Nurses, nurse managers, and patient care technicians (PCTs) from 3 medical-surgical and 2 behavioral health (...) units participated in semistructured interviews and focus groups.Four themes emerged: educational program and content; platform usability; tablet feasibility (eg, theft prevention, infection control, and charging); and workflow considerations. Behavioral health unit-specific concerns were also identified. Findings indicated that nurses and PCTs were eager to find approaches to deliver DSSE.Implementation of a web-based DSSE program for inpatients needs adaptation to overcome challenges

2018 Journal of Nursing Care Quality

73. Efficacy of a Procedure-Specific Education Module on Informed Consent in Plastic Surgery. (Abstract)

available, including interactive multimedia patient educational modules that review preoperative through postoperative care, risks, benefits, alternatives, different surgical options, as well as commonly asked questions. We hypothesized that the addition of a Web-based educational tool would positively impact attainment of informed consent and satisfaction in plastic surgery patients.We performed a prospective randomized controlled study comparing patients who presented in consultation for breast (...) reconstruction, breast reduction, and abdominoplasty. Patients received standard patient education along with a procedure-specific (study) or general patient safety (control) Web-based educational module. Informed consent was measured using a surgical-focused, modified version of the Shared Decision-making 25 index tool. Patient demographic information as well as surrogate markers of familiarity with technology were recorded preoperatively and postoperatively. Comparisons were made between study and control

2018 Annals of plastic surgery Controlled trial quality: uncertain

74. Prematurity Education in High Risk Pregnancies

counseling of prematurity in high-risk pregnancies. Standardized information regarding prematurity, including associated complications and ways to decrease chances of preterm birth using web-based educational platform. No Intervention: Standard counseling of prematurity in high-risk pregnancies Outcome Measures Go to Primary Outcome Measures : Parental knowledge of prematurity. [ Time Frame: Outcome will be assessed on day 1 of the study. Data will be analyzed and reported at the completion of the study (...) . ] Questionnaire to assess parental knowledge regarding basic concepts of prematurity, associated complications and factors that improve survival. Parental satisfaction with prematurity education. [ Time Frame: Outcome will be assessed on day 1 of the study. Data will be analyzed and reported at the completion of the study. ] Survey to assess usefulness of web-based educational tool and satisfaction with early education of prematurity. Parental anxiety. [ Time Frame: Outcome will be assessed on day 1

2018 Clinical Trials

75. Lung ultrasound training: a systematic review of published literature in clinical lung ultrasound training Full Text available with Trip Pro

Lung ultrasound training: a systematic review of published literature in clinical lung ultrasound training Clinical lung ultrasound examinations are widely used in the primary assessment or monitoring of patients with dyspnoea or respiratory failure. Despite being increasingly implemented, there is no international consensus on education, assessment of competencies, and certification. Today, training is usually based on the concept of mastery learning, but is often unstructured and limited (...) to construct clear guidelines for the future education and certification in clinical lung ultrasound, but the use of different hands-on training facilities tends to contribute to different aspects of the learning process. This systematic review proves a lack of learning studies within this content, and research with validated theoretical and practical tests for assessment is desired.

2018 Critical ultrasound journal

76. Promotion of Home-Based Exercise Training as Secondary Prevention of Coronary Heart Disease: A PILOT WEB-BASED INTERVENTION. (Abstract)

Promotion of Home-Based Exercise Training as Secondary Prevention of Coronary Heart Disease: A PILOT WEB-BASED INTERVENTION. Although cardiac rehabilitation (CR) is cost- effective in improving the health of patients with coronary heart disease (CHD), less than half of eligible CHD patients attend a CR program. Innovative web-based technologies might improve CR delivery and utilization. We assessed the feasibility and impact on functional capacity and secondary prevention targets of a long-term (...) web-monitored exercise-based CR maintenance program.Low- to moderate-risk CHD patients were recruited at discharge from inpatient CR after a coronary event or revascularization. We developed an interactive web-based platform for secure home individual access control, monitoring, and validation of exercise training. Of 86 eligible patients, 26 consented to participate in the study intervention (IG). Using a quasi-experimental design, we recruited in parallel 27 eligible patients, unavailable

2018 Journal of cardiopulmonary rehabilitation and prevention Controlled trial quality: uncertain

77. Compliance of the Web-based Distance Training and Consultancy on Individual's Treatment having Suffered Myocardial Infarction and its Effects on Well-being. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Compliance of the Web-based Distance Training and Consultancy on Individual's Treatment having Suffered Myocardial Infarction and its Effects on Well-being. To determine the compliance of the web-based remote training and counselling, required by the individuals suffering from myocardial infarction (MI), for their treatment and its effects on the functionality and well-being of the individual with some parameters determined by means of virtual platforms and information technologies.An (...) . At the discharge, the MIDAS total score average was 30.0 for the control group and 26.43 for the test group. These values were determined as 28.57 for the control group and 13.57 for the test group at 3 months (p<0.001).Web-based remote training and counselling prepared the individuals after myocardial infarction to the treatment and their well-being in a positive way.

2018 Journal of the College of Physicians and Surgeons--Pakistan : JCPSP Controlled trial quality: uncertain

78. Web-Based Self-Monitoring Activity-Restriction and Relaxation Training Program for Kids With Mild Traumatic Brain Injury

Web-Based Self-Monitoring Activity-Restriction and Relaxation Training Program for Kids With Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Web-Based Self-Monitoring Activity-Restriction and Relaxation Training Program for Kids With Mild Traumatic Brain Injury - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov Hide glossary Glossary Study record managers: refer to the if submitting registration or results information. Search for terms x × Study Record Detail Saved Studies Save this study Warning You have reached the maximum (...) number of saved studies (100). Please remove one or more studies before adding more. Web-Based Self-Monitoring Activity-Restriction and Relaxation Training Program for Kids With Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (SMART) The safety and scientific validity of this study is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators. Listing a study does not mean it has been evaluated by the U.S. Federal Government. of clinical studies and talk to your health care provider before participating. Read our

2018 Clinical Trials

79. Web-based learning in inflammatory bowel diseases: General truths and current specifics Full Text available with Trip Pro

with additional reading of textbook or journal articles, attendance at meetings or conferences, or at local rounds. Web-based learning resources expand the options for knowledge acquisition and save time and costs as well. In the new era of communications technology, web-based resources can cover the educational needs of both patients and healthcare professionals and can contribute to improvement of disease management and patient care. Healthcare professionals can individually visit and navigate regularly (...) Web-based learning in inflammatory bowel diseases: General truths and current specifics In a field rapidly evolving over the past few years, the management of inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD), Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis, is becoming increasingly complex, demanding and challenging. In the recent years, IBD quality measures aiming to improve patients' care have been developed, multiple new medical therapies have been approved, new treatment goals have been set with the "treat

2018 World journal of clinical cases

80. Software for web-based tic suppression training Full Text available with Trip Pro

Software for web-based tic suppression training Exposure and response prevention (ERP) is a first-line behavior therapy for obsessive-compulsive disorder and Tourette syndrome (TS). However, ERP for tic disorders requires intentional tic suppression, which for some patients is difficult even for brief periods. Additionally, practical access to behavior therapy is difficult for many patients, especially those in rural areas. The authors present a simple, working web platform (TicTrainer (...) ) that implements a strategy called reward-enhanced exposure and response prevention (RE-ERP). This strategy sacrifices most expert therapist components of ERP, focusing only on increasing the duration of time for which the user can suppress tics through automated differential reinforcement of tic-free periods (DRO). RE-ERP requires an external tic monitor, such as a parent, during training sessions. The user sees increasing digital rewards for longer and longer periods of successful tic suppression, similar

2018 F1000Research

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