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61. Effect of stage-based education provided by dedicated dietitians on hyperphosphataemic haemodialysis patients: results from the Nutrition Education for Management of Osteodystrophy randomised controlled trial. (PubMed)

Effect of stage-based education provided by dedicated dietitians on hyperphosphataemic haemodialysis patients: results from the Nutrition Education for Management of Osteodystrophy randomised controlled trial. The Nutrition Education for Management of Osteodystrophy trial showed that stage-based nutrition education by dedicated dietitians surpasses existing practices in Lebanon with respect to lowering serum phosphorus among general haemodialysis patients. The present study explores the effect (...) of nutrition education specifically on hyperphosphataemic patients from this trial.Hyperphosphataemic haemodialysis patients were allocated to a dedicated dietitian (DD), a trained hospital dietitian (THD) and existing practice (EP) protocols. From time-point (t)-0 until t-1 (6 months), the DD group (n = 47) received 15 min of biweekly nutrition education by dedicated dietitians trained on renal nutrition; the THD group (n = 89) received the usual care from trained hospital dietitians; and the EP group (n

2017 Journal of human nutrition and dietetics : the official journal of the British Dietetic Association

62. Video-Based Patient Education Improves Patient Attitudes Toward Resident Participation in Outpatient Surgical Care. (PubMed)

Video-Based Patient Education Improves Patient Attitudes Toward Resident Participation in Outpatient Surgical Care. Decipher if patient attitudes toward resident participation in surgical care can be improved with patient education using a video-based modality.A survey using a 5-pt Likert scale was created, piloted, and distributed in general and colorectal surgery outpatient clinics that had residents involved with patient care at 2 facilities, both with control and intervention groups (...) . The intervention group viewed a short video (∼4 min) explaining the role, education, and responsibilities of medical students, residents, and attending surgeons prior to answering the survey.General and colorectal surgery outpatient clinics at the University of Texas Health San Antonio, Texas.A total of 383 responses were collected, all clinic patients were eligible.The majority of patients (82%) welcomed resident participation in their health care. Eighteen percent of patients did not expect residents

2018 Journal of Surgical Education

63. Malignant websites? Analyzing the quality of prostate cancer education web resources (PubMed)

Malignant websites? Analyzing the quality of prostate cancer education web resources Prostate cancer patients are using more web resources to inform themselves about their cancer. However, patients may receive out-of-date or inaccurate information due to lack of regulation. The current study looks to systematically analyze the quality of websites accessed by patients with prostate cancer.The term "prostate cancer" was searched in Google and the metasearch engines, Yippy and Dogpile, and the top (...) 100 hits related to patient information were compiled from over 32 million hits. A standardized tool was used to examine 100 sites with respect to attribution, currency, usability, and content.Of the top 100 websites relating to prostate cancer information, only 27% identified an author, of which 16% had their credentials displayed. The majority of websites disclosed ownership (97%). Over half of the websites did not include the date of the last update and of those that did, only 66% were current

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2018 Canadian Urological Association Journal

64. How Do Clinicians Learn About Knowledge Translation? An Investigation of Current Web-Based Learning Opportunities (PubMed)

How Do Clinicians Learn About Knowledge Translation? An Investigation of Current Web-Based Learning Opportunities Clinicians are important stakeholders in the translation of well-designed research evidence into clinical practice for optimal patient care. However, the application of knowledge translation (KT) theories and processes may present conceptual and practical challenges for clinicians. Online learning platforms are an effective means of delivering KT education, providing an interactive (...) , time-efficient, and affordable alternative to face-to-face education programs.This study investigates the availability and accessibility of online KT learning opportunities for health professionals. It also provides an analysis of the types of resources and associated disciplines retrieved by a range of KT synonyms.We searched a range of bibliographic databases and the Internet (Google advanced option) using 9 KT terms to identify online KT learning resources. To be eligible, resources had

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2017 JMIR medical education

65. The effectiveness of web-based tools for improving blood glucose control in patients with diabetes mellitus: a meta-analysis

in glycosylated haemoglobin in patients with diabetes who have suboptimal blood glucose control. Some limitations of the review process and reporting, particularly the lack of consideration of the quality assessment, mean that the authors' results should be interpreted with caution. Authors' objectives To assess the effectiveness of web-based health education tools in improving blood glucose control in patients with diabetes mellitus. Searching Several electronic sources including CINAHL, EMBASE, MEDLINE (...) , The Cochrane Library, PsycINFO and OpenSIGLE (1996 to February 2010) were searched. OpenSIGLE covered grey literature. Search terms were reported in the review. Study selection Randomised, controlled trials (RCTs) in patients with type 1 or 2 diabetes who had sub-optimal blood glucose control (glycosylated haemoglobin above 7%) that compared a web-based education tool with usual care and that reportd glycosylated haemoglobin as an outcome were eligible for inclusion. Secondary outcomes were lipids, process

2011 DARE.

66. Evidence for Therapeutic Patient Education Interventions to Promote Cardiovascular Patient Self-Management: A Scientific Statement for Healthcare Professionals From the American Heart Association

approaches across settings and disease conditions. The most effective interventions were tailored to individual patient needs, used multiple components to improve self-management outcomes, and often used multidisciplinary approaches. Conclusions—This synthesis of evidence expands the base of knowledge related to the development of patient self- management skills and provides direction for more rigorous research. Recommendations are provided to guide the implementation of therapeutic patient education (...) tailored lifestyle modification (eg, DASH [Dietary Approaches to Hypertension] diet, medication use). 29 Behavioral interventions reported in 6 articles 28,34,36,39–41 did not include the use of SMBP. Nurses most frequently provided the TPE to patients with hypertension, delivering TPE by telephone or in person. Behavioral research inter- ventions included hypertension self-management–tailored education based on stage of change, 34 culturally appropriate nurse-led lifestyle interventions for African

2017 American Heart Association

67. Educating patients or blaming them? Public education campaigns on antibiotic resistance

cause real anxiety when a family member falls acutely ill. Professionals can find it difficult to determine a reasonable course of action faced with the possibility of a rapidly spreading infection that could be fatal. It is therefore not productive to blame patients and the public for “demanding” antibiotics or putting unreasonable “pressure” on GPs based on scant evidence. While we welcome patient education campaigns as part of a wide-ranging effort to minimise unnecessary antimicrobial resistance (...) Educating patients or blaming them? Public education campaigns on antibiotic resistance Educating patients or blaming them? Public education campaigns on antibiotic resistance - The BMJ ---> There is a problem in the field of antibiotic stewardship. Bundled in with the worthy attempts to reduce unnecessary prescribing, particularly in primary care, patients are persistently mischaracterised as a barrier in the quest to reduce antibiotic resistance. They—or “we,” as we are all patients at some

2019 The BMJ Blog

68. A web-based registry for patients with sarcoidosis. (PubMed)

A web-based registry for patients with sarcoidosis. The objective is to present the development of a novel web-based patient registry for sarcoidosis. We describe recruitment efforts and assess efficacy of internet-based advertising on recruitment."Worldwide Sarcoidosis Research Study (WISE)" started in 2011 under the domain www.sarcoidstudy.org. The registry includes thirteen patient-reported surveys about patient characteristics, diagnosis, and treatment. Effects of two internet-based (...) recruitment above baseline or increasing diversity.A web-based registry is an effective method for establishing a cohort of patients with sarcoidosis invested in clinical research with DNA specimens. Despite limitations, opportunities for research in patient-oriented outcomes and broad internet-based research methodology are possible. Our results demonstrate that web-based approaches to recruit study subjects need to be focused to match different target populations.

2017 Sarcoidosis, Vasculitis, and Diffuse Lung Diseases

69. Social and economic burden of recurrent urinary tract infections and quality of life: a patient web-based study (GESPRIT). (PubMed)

Social and economic burden of recurrent urinary tract infections and quality of life: a patient web-based study (GESPRIT). Uncomplicated lower urinary tract infections (UTIs) occur in approximately 50% of women, and 20-30% experience recurrent UTI. Data on UTIs and quality of life (QoL) in Europe are limited.This was an anonymous, self-administered web-based survey conducted in 5 countries (Germany, Switzerland, Poland, Russia and Italy), on adult women who had experienced recurrent UTI (...) and were affected by acute UTI currently or within 4 weeks of study entry. Questions covered disease course; management; social and economic burden; education, income, and health insurance status. QoL was evaluated using the SF-12v2.Participants reported a mean of 5.15 UTI symptoms, ranging from 4.85 - 5.38 in Russia and Germany. There was a mean of 2.78 doctor visits per year (1.74 - 3.71 in Russia and Germany; p < 0.0001). 80.3% of participants had been treated with antibiotics, mean prescriptions

2017 Expert review of pharmacoeconomics & outcomes research

70. Effects of a Web-Based Patient Decision Aid on Biologic and Small Molecule Agents for Rheumatoid Arthritis, ANSWER-2: A Proof-of-Concept Study. (PubMed)

Effects of a Web-Based Patient Decision Aid on Biologic and Small Molecule Agents for Rheumatoid Arthritis, ANSWER-2: A Proof-of-Concept Study. To assess the extent to which ANSWER-2, an interactive online patient decision aid, reduces patients' decisional conflict and improves their medication-related knowledge and self-management capacity.We used a pre-post study design. Eligible participants had a diagnosis of rheumatoid arthritis (RA), had been recommended to start using a biologic agent (...) or small-molecule agent or to switch to a new one, and had internet access. Access to ANSWER-2 was provided immediately after enrollment. Outcome measures included 1) the Decisional Conflict Scale (DCS), 2) the Medication Education Impact Questionnaire (MeiQ), and 3) the Partners in Health Scale (PIHS). A paired t-test was used to assess differences pre- and postintervention.The majority of the 50 participants were women (n = 40), and the mean ± SD age of participants was 49.6 ± 12.2 years. The median

2017 Arthritis care & research

71. An interactive web-based intervention on nutritional status, physical activity and health-related quality of life in patient with metabolic syndrome: a randomized-controlled trial (The Red Ruby Study). (PubMed)

An interactive web-based intervention on nutritional status, physical activity and health-related quality of life in patient with metabolic syndrome: a randomized-controlled trial (The Red Ruby Study). Physical inactivity and unhealthy nutritional behaviors are recognized as the key factors in the cause and management of metabolic syndrome (MetS). The effectiveness of interactive web-based interventions on dietary intakes, physical activity and health-related quality of life (HRQOL) among (...) ).These results indicate the positive impact of a lifestyle intervention by a web-based program on physical activity, dietary intake and several dimension of QoL. The use of web-based approaches is a great interest to manage patients at high cardiovascular risk, especially where the prevalence of obesity, MetS and diabetes is increasing.

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2017 Nutrition & diabetes

72. A Web-based Game for Teaching Facial Expressions to Schizophrenic Patients (PubMed)

A Web-based Game for Teaching Facial Expressions to Schizophrenic Patients Recognizing facial expressions is an important social skill. In some psychological disorders such as schizophrenia, loss of this skill may complicate the patient's daily life. Prior research has shown that information technology may help to develop facial expression recognition skills through educational software and games.To examine if a computer game designed for teaching facial expressions would improve facial (...) expression recognition skills of patients with schizophrenia.We developed a website composed of eight serious games. Thirty-two patients were given a pre-test composed of 21 facial expression photographs. Eighteen patients were in the study group while 14 were in the control group. Patients in the study group were asked to play the games on the website. After a period of one month, we performed a post-test for all patients.The median score of the correct answers was 17.5 in the control group whereas

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2017 Applied clinical informatics

73. The Impact of a Web-Based Naloxone Intervention Under Standing Orders to Patients Prescribed Chronic Opioid Therapy

implemented naloxone standing orders. Adults prescribed chronic opioid therapy will be identified in the electronic health record, outreached, and recruited for participation. Once enrolled, participants will be randomized to usual care or the intervention. The web-based intervention is an animated video which provides education on what is an opioid overdose, how to prevent and recognize an opioid overdose, and how to respond with naloxone. This video also encourages patients to pick up naloxone from (...) opioid therapy will be identified and recruited to enroll in the study. Patients randomized to receive the web-based animated video (Naloxone Navigator) will be sent a link to the video after enrollment. The web-based, animated video provides education on what is an opioid overdose, how to prevent it, how to recognize an overdose, and how to respond with naloxone. This video also encourages patients to pick up naloxone from a pharmacy under a standing order. No Intervention: Usual Care Participants

2017 Clinical Trials

74. Web-Based Decision Aid in Improving Informed Decisions in Patients With Stage 0-IIIA Breast Cancer Considering Contralateral Prophylactic Mastectomy

Web-Based Decision Aid in Improving Informed Decisions in Patients With Stage 0-IIIA Breast Cancer Considering Contralateral Prophylactic Mastectomy Web-Based Decision Aid in Improving Informed Decisions in Patients With Stage 0-IIIA Breast Cancer Considering Contralateral Prophylactic Mastectomy - 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 Decision Aid in Improving Informed Decisions in Patients With Stage 0-IIIA Breast Cancer Considering Contralateral Prophylactic Mastectomy 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. Read our

2017 Clinical Trials

75. Web-based information and support for patients with a newly diagnosed neuroendocrine tumor: a feasibility study (PubMed)

Web-based information and support for patients with a newly diagnosed neuroendocrine tumor: a feasibility study Patients with a neuroendocrine tumor (NET) frequently experience physical and psychosocial complaints. Novel strategies to provide information to optimize supportive care in these patients are of interest. The aim of this study was to examine whether the use of a web-based system consisting of self-screening of problems and care needs, patient education, and self-referral (...) to professional health care is feasible in NET patients and to evaluate their opinion on this.Newly diagnosed NET patients were randomized between standard care (n = 10) or intervention with additional access to the web-based system (n = 10) during 12 weeks. Patients completed questionnaires regarding received information, distress, quality of life (QoL), and empowerment. The intervention group completed a semi-structured interview to assess patients' opinion on the web-based system.The participation rate

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2017 Supportive Care in Cancer

76. A Goal Unrealized: Patient Empowerment on Hand Hygiene- A Web-Based Survey from India (PubMed)

A Goal Unrealized: Patient Empowerment on Hand Hygiene- A Web-Based Survey from India Each year, millions of patients around the world are affected by Health Care Associated Infections (HCAIs). Understanding and assessing the global burden of HCAI is one of the key areas of work to improve the hand hygiene.To assess the patient empowerment and awareness on hand hygiene among online users.A web-based cross-sectional survey was conducted during September 2013 to December 2013 among adults (...) they examine. A 27.7% of the participants reported that their country/community have a program that educates/communicates with patients about the importance of hand hygiene.Adherence and compliance to hand hygiene practices is suboptimal among people. There seems to be a lack of knowledge regarding hand hygiene.

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2017 Journal of clinical and diagnostic research : JCDR

77. A Personalized and Interactive Web-Based Health Care Innovation to Advance the Quality of Life and Care of Patients With Heart Failure (ACQUIRE-HF): A Mixed Methods Feasibility Study (PubMed)

A Personalized and Interactive Web-Based Health Care Innovation to Advance the Quality of Life and Care of Patients With Heart Failure (ACQUIRE-HF): A Mixed Methods Feasibility Study Heart failure (HF) is a progressive, debilitating, and complex disease, and due to an increasing incidence and prevalence, it represents a global health and economic problem. Hence, there is an urgent need to evaluate alternative care modalities to current practice to safeguard a high level of care for this growing (...) population.Our goal was to examine the feasibility of engaging patients to use patient-centered and personalized tools coupled with a Web-based, shared care and interactive platform in order to empower and enable them to live a better life with their disease.We used a mixed methods, single-center, pre-post design. Patients with HF and reduced left ventricular ejection fraction (n=26) were recruited from the outpatient HF clinic at Odense University Hospital (Svendborg Hospital), Denmark, between October 2015

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2017 JMIR Research Protocols

78. Feasibility of a self-help web-based intervention targeting young cancer patients with sexual problems and fertility distress (PubMed)

Feasibility of a self-help web-based intervention targeting young cancer patients with sexual problems and fertility distress The purpose of the study is to evaluate the feasibility of a self-help web-based intervention to alleviate sexual problems and fertility distress in adolescents and young adults with cancer.Twenty-three persons with cancer (19 women and 4 men, age 18-43, 1-5 years post-diagnosis of lymphoma, breast, gynecologic, central nervous system, or testicular cancer) were (...) recruited to test a 2-month web-based program targeting sexual problems or fertility distress. The programs were organized in modules with educational and behavior change content, including texts, illustrations, exercises, and video vignettes. The program also included a discussion forum and an "ask the expert" forum. In addition, the sexuality program offered two telephone consultations. Feasibility (regarding demand, acceptability, preliminary efficacy, and functionality) was evaluated

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2017 Supportive Care in Cancer

79. Comparison of Supervised Hospital-based versus Educated Home-based Exercise Training in Korean Heart Failure Patients (PubMed)

Comparison of Supervised Hospital-based versus Educated Home-based Exercise Training in Korean Heart Failure Patients Although many clinical trials have shown that exercise training (ET) improves functional capacity and clinical outcomes in heart failure (HF) patients, data comparing supervised hospital-based and educated home-based ET in HF patients is lacking.This was a single-center, non-randomized, prospective study of 82 HF patients with reduced ejection fraction (≤40%) who completed ET (...) . The hospital-based group (n=30) underwent supervised ET at 60% of peak oxygen consumption (VO2), while a physiotherapist-educated group (n=52) exercised at home without monitoring. The 2 groups were compared before and after the 3-month ET program with respect to functional capacity, quality of life (QOL), and cardiac events (all-cause mortality or hospitalization with worsening HF).After ET, peak VO2 increased in the hospital-based group (19.4±4.4 to 21.4±4.3 mL/min/kg, p=0.006) and remained unchanged

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2017 Korean circulation journal

80. Group participants' experiences of a patient-directed group-based education program for the management of type 2 diabetes mellitus. (PubMed)

Group participants' experiences of a patient-directed group-based education program for the management of type 2 diabetes mellitus. The objective of this study was to explore the experiences of individuals who participated in a group-based education program, including their motivators in relation to their diabetes management, and the perceived impact of group interactions on participants' experiences and motivation for self-management. Understanding individuals diagnosed with diabetes (...) experiences of group-based education for the management of type 2 diabetes mellitus may guide the development and facilitation of these programs.Semi-structured interviews were conducted with all individuals who participated in the intervention. Using thematic analysis underpinned by self-determination theory, we developed themes that explored participants' motivators in relation to diabetes management and the impact of group interactions on their experiences and motivation.The key themes included

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2017 PLoS ONE

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