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141. An mHealth Pain Coping Skills Training Intervention for Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation Patients: Development and Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial Full Text available with Trip Pro

An mHealth Pain Coping Skills Training Intervention for Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation Patients: Development and Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial Pain is a challenge for patients following hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HCT).This study aimed to develop and test the feasibility, acceptability, and initial efficacy of a Web-based mobile pain coping skills training (mPCST) protocol designed to address the needs of HCT patients.Participants had undergone HCT and reported pain (...) (self-report and 2-min walk test [2MWT]) were collected.Participants in the focus groups and user testing provided qualitative data that were used to iteratively refine the mPCST protocol. Focus group qualitative data included participants' experiences with pain following transplant, perspectives on ways to cope with pain, and suggestions for pain management for other HCT patients. User testing participants provided feedback on the HCT protocol and information on the use of videoconferencing

2018 JMIR mHealth and uHealth Controlled trial quality: uncertain

142. askMUSIC: Leveraging a Clinical Registry to Develop a New Machine Learning Model to Inform Patients of Prostate Cancer Treatments Chosen by Similar Men. Full Text available with Trip Pro

askMUSIC: Leveraging a Clinical Registry to Develop a New Machine Learning Model to Inform Patients of Prostate Cancer Treatments Chosen by Similar Men. Clinical registries provide physicians with a means for making data-driven decisions but few opportunities exist for patients to interact with registry data to help make decisions.We sought to develop a web-based system that uses a prostate cancer (CaP) registry to provide newly diagnosed men with a platform to view predicted treatment (...) data and machine learning methods, we created a web-based platform for patients that generates accurate predictions for most CaP treatments.We have developed and tested a tool to help men newly diagnosed with prostate cancer to view predicted treatment decisions based on similar patients from our registry. We have made this tool available online for patients to use.Copyright © 2018 European Association of Urology. Published by Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

2018 European Urology

143. Validation of a Training Program for Patients With Alcohol Use Disorder

Sponsor: Central Institute of Mental Health, Mannheim Information provided by (Responsible Party): Central Institute of Mental Health, Mannheim Study Details Study Description Go to Brief Summary: This study aims to detect how the Web-based program SALIENCE affects patients with alcohol-use Disorder in terms of craving, cognitive functions and risk of relapse. Condition or disease Intervention/treatment Phase Alcohol Use Disorder Behavioral: SALIENCE Behavioral: TAU Not Applicable Detailed Description (...) : In the web-based program SALIENCE ("Stop Alcohol In Everyday life - New Choices and Evaluations") the patient has to make decisions for non-alcoholic and against alcoholic drinks. Therefore there are several scenarios, which are supposed to let the patient integrate these choices into a realistic, everyday life, setting and help the patient to maintain abstinence in upcoming "high risk situations". It has been developed as an add-on therapy to increase the overall outcome. Participating patients

2018 Clinical Trials

144. Online training on how to diagnose anoperineal lesions of Crohn's disease: Do pictures matter? A nationwide randomized study. (Abstract)

Online training on how to diagnose anoperineal lesions of Crohn's disease: Do pictures matter? A nationwide randomized study. Any gastroenterologist must be trained to properly diagnose anoperineal lesions in patients with Crohn's disease (APLOC). The aim of this study was to establish whether adding pictures would improve teaching effectiveness of the diagnosis of APLOC to French gastroenterology trainees.Trainees were asked to answer a first web-based survey consisting of evaluating 12 (...) were to compare results of survey 2 between trainees of both groups and experts, and assess diagnosis of each lesion.Two hundred fourty eight trainees among 465 answered survey 1, and 195 survey 2. The diagnostic score was 71.9% for groups A and B and 74.6% for experts (differences NS). After training diagnosis of ulceration was 72% for group A and 72.9% for group B, fistulae 85.2% versus 85.8%, erythema 44.1% vs. 55.6%, anoperineal scars 67.5% vs. 65.6%, and abscess 100% (differences NS

2019 Clinics and research in hepatology and gastroenterology Controlled trial quality: uncertain

145. Development of a machine learning algorithm for prediction of failure of non-operative management in spinal epidural abscess. Full Text available with Trip Pro

. Secondarily, we aim to develop an open-access web-based application that provides a patient-specific probability of treatment failure.Retrospective, case-control study PATIENT SAMPLE: Patients 18 years or older diagnosed with SEA at two academic medical centers and three community hospitals.Failure of non-operative management METHODS: This is a retrospective cohort study of 367 patients with SEA initially managed non-operatively between 1993 and 2016. The primary outcome was failure of non-operative (...) management defined as neurologic deterioration, worsened back and/or radicular pain, or persistent symptoms despite initiation of antibiotic therapy. Five machine learning algorithms were developed and assessed by discrimination, calibration, and overall performance.Ninety-nine (27%) patients failed non-operative management. Factors determined for prediction of non-operative management were: motor deficit, diabetes, ventral component of abscess relative to thecal sac, history of compression or pathologic

2019 The Spine Journal

146. Transfusion after total knee arthroplasty can be predicted using the machine learning algorithm. (Abstract)

Transfusion after total knee arthroplasty can be predicted using the machine learning algorithm. A blood transfusion after total knee arthroplasty (TKA) is associated with an increase in complication and infection rates. However, no studies have been conducted to predict transfusion after TKA using a machine learning algorithm. The purpose of this study was to identify informative preoperative variables to create a machine learning model, and to provide a web-based transfusion risk-assessment (...) the six variables [AUC 0.842; 95% confidence interval (CI) 0.820-0.856]. Performance was also good according to the external validation using 400 data from an independent institution (AUC 0.880; 95% CI 0.844-0.910). This web-based blood transfusion risk-assessment system can be accessed at http://safetka.net .A web-based predictive model for transfusion after TKA using a machine learning algorithm was developed using six preoperative variables. The model is simple, has been validated, showed good

2019 Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy

147. Optimizing pain treatment interventions (OPTI): A pilot randomized controlled trial of collaborative care to improve chronic pain management and opioid safety-Rationale, methods, and lessons learned. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Collaborative Care intervention to improve opioid safety, chronic pain disability, and use of non-pharmacological pain management strategies in veterans in VA primary care. Between November 2014 and January 2017, 100 veteran patients with chronic pain and high-risk prescription opioid use (e.g., high-dose therapy, early refills, etc.) were enrolled and completed an initial one-hour study visit with a primary care provider (PCP) within 4 weeks of enrollment. Study PCPs were guided by a web-based opioid (...) management decision support program and templated notes in the VA electronic medical record. After assessment and education, study PCPs used Shared Decision-Making to formulate a Pain Care Plan aligned with a participant's personal values and goals. After the initial visit, patients randomized to Collaborative Care received one Motivational Interviewing (MI) session with a Care Manager followed by 3 Care Manager-delivered brief telephone MI sessions at 6, 8, and 12 weeks to reinforce Pain Care Plans

2019 Contemporary clinical trials Controlled trial quality: uncertain

148. Training and assessment of non-technical skills in Norwegian helicopter emergency services: a cross-sectional and longitudinal study. Full Text available with Trip Pro

) and that all professional groups in Norwegian HEMS received limited training in how to cope with fatigue. Since then, training initiatives and a fatigue risk management project has been initiated. Our study aimed to explore if the frequency of simulation-based training and assessment of NTS in Norwegian HEMS has changed since 2011 following these measures.A cross-sectional web-based survey from October through December 2016, of physicians, HCM and pilots from all civilian Norwegian HEMS-bases reporting (...) Training and assessment of non-technical skills in Norwegian helicopter emergency services: a cross-sectional and longitudinal study. Deficient non-technical skills (NTS) among providers of critical care in helicopter emergency medical services (HEMS) is a threat to patient and operational safety. Skills can be improved through simulation-based training and assessment. A previous study indicated that physicians underwent less frequent training compared to pilots and HEMS crew members (HCM

2019 Scandinavian journal of trauma, resuscitation and emergency medicine

149. Data-Driven Blood Glucose Pattern Classification and Anomalies Detection: Machine-Learning Applications in Type 1 Diabetes. Full Text available with Trip Pro

because of either a precisely known reason (normal cause variation) or an unknown reason (special cause variation) to the patient. Recently, machine-learning applications have been widely introduced within diabetes research in general and BG anomaly detection in particular. However, irrespective of their expanding and increasing popularity, there is a lack of up-to-date reviews that materialize the current trends in modeling options and strategies for BG anomaly classification and detection in people (...) 1, 2017, and October 15 and November 5, 2018, through various Web-based databases. Peer-reviewed journals and articles were considered. Information from the selected literature was extracted based on predefined categories, which were based on previous research and further elaborated through brainstorming.The initial results were vetted using the title, abstract, and keywords and retrieved 496 papers. After a thorough assessment and screening, 47 articles remained, which were critically analyzed

2019 Journal of medical Internet research

150. Virtual Patients in continuing medical education and residency training: a pilot project for acceptance analysis in the framework of a residency revision course in pediatrics Full Text available with Trip Pro

Virtual Patients in continuing medical education and residency training: a pilot project for acceptance analysis in the framework of a residency revision course in pediatrics Virtual patients (VPs) are a one-of-a-kind e-learning resource, fostering clinical reasoning skills through clinical case examples. The combination with face-to-face teaching is important for their successful integration, which is referred to as "blended learning". So far little is known about the use of VPs in the field (...) of continuing medical education and residency training. The pilot study presented here inquired the application of VPs in the framework of a pediatric residency revision course.Around 200 participants of a pediatric nephology lecture ('nephrotic and nephritic syndrome in children') were offered two VPs as a wrap-up session at the revision course of the German Society for Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine (DGKJ) 2009 in Heidelberg, Germany. Using a web-based survey form, different aspects were evaluated

2015 GMS Zeitschrift für medizinische Ausbildung

151. Using actors with learning disabilities during training to improve doctors’ communication and diagnostic skills

using more widely. It would seem that if this was a regular part of the training programmes, that each training programme could work with the local advocacy groups to sustain a “pool” of trained actors and so there would be a reduced need for training of the standardised patients. This would increase sustainability of such a project.The authors suggest that there are also other methods of involving people with learning disabilities in medical training such as the use of DVDs or web based videos (...) be mandatory training for doctors on working with people with learning disabilities. The General Medical Council has also recognised the need to improve doctors’ understanding of the needs of people with learning disabilities and the GMC said they would develop materials to raise the awareness of the needs of people with learning disabilities (Hitchen, 2010). For an example – see To help improve the skills of medical students standardised patients are used. Standardised patients are people role-playing

2015 The Learning Disabilities Elf

152. Communication Skills Training ? Effect on Nurses? Confidence and Competence in Providing Psychosocial Support to Patients and Families

]), and personality style and how it relates to communication. This training has been conducted in a group format over a 4-hour period of time. It is also offered as an internet web-based video, with individual discussion between nurses and their clinical managers. This offers more flexibility for training to be completed and makes it easier from a scheduling standpoint. Communication skills training could be included as a part of the Therapeutic Collaborative training. Cancer and Blood Disease/Nurses (...) Communication Skills Training ? Effect on Nurses? Confidence and Competence in Providing Psychosocial Support to Patients and Families Cancer and Blood Disease/Nurses/Communication Skills Training/BESt 165 Best Evidence Statement (BESt) Copyright © 2013 Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center; all rights reserved Page 1 of 5 Date: April 30, 2013 Title: The Effect of Communication Skills Training on Nurses’ Confidence and Competence in Providing Psychosocial Support to Patients

2013 Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

153. e-Learning in Surgical Education: A Systematic Review. (Abstract)

e-Learning in Surgical Education: A Systematic Review. e-Learning involves the delivery of educational content through web-based methods. Owing to work-hour restrictions and changing practice patterns in surgery, e-learning can offer an effective alternative to traditional teaching. Our aims were to (1) identify current modalities of e-learning, (2) assess the efficacy of e-learning as an intervention in surgical education through a systematic review of the literature, and (3) discuss (...) was used as an intervention in 3 different ways: (1) to teach cases through virtual patients (18/38); (2) to teach theoretical knowledge through online tutorials, or other means (18/38); and (3) to teach surgical skills (2/38). Nearly all of the studies reviewed report significant knowledge gain from e-learning; however, 2 in 3 studies did not use a control group.e-Learning has emerged as an effective mode of teaching with particular relevance for surgical education today. Published studies have

2015 Journal of Surgical Education

154. "I Don't Know What I'm Doing… I Hope I'm Not Just an Idiot": The Need to Train Pediatric Urologists to Discuss Sexual and Reproductive Health Care With Young Women With Spina Bifida. Full Text available with Trip Pro

; (v) desire to learn and provide competent care; and (vi) recommendations for a web-based tool kit that would include content to address the knowledge gaps and training about how to start sexual and reproductive health conversations.These findings can provide the beginning concepts for the development of training on providing sexual and reproductive health education for pediatric urologists' care for women with spina bifida.This study gives the perspectives of 10 pediatric urologists (...) regarding pediatric urologists' experience providing sexual and reproductive health education to women with spina bifida emerged. Pediatric urologists': (i) lack of formal training; (ii) knowledge gaps such as spina bifida sexuality, fertility, and pregnancy experience; (iii) barriers to having sexual and reproductive health conversations such as lack of comfort and lack of time; (iv) facilitators of these conversations such as a long-term relationship with the patient and the patient's own initiative

2018 Journal Of Sexual Medicine

155. Interpretation Training to Reduce Anxiety: Evaluating Technology-based Delivery Models and Methods to Reduce Attrition

evidence for target engagement (i.e., change in interpretations, the identified mechanism). Now, effectiveness needs to be tested in the community, using sufficiently large samples to evaluate key moderators of its effects, including delivery method (computer vs. mobile phone) and the addition of minimal human contact (for those at risk of attrition). Addressing attrition is critical given high rates of drop out for web-based interventions. Via the PI's MindTrails web site (established with the lab's (...) ), & at 2-month follow-up (~ 2 months after session 5). Measure will be completed immediately following that day's training session. ] The Patient Health Questionnaire 2 (PHQ-2) inquires about the frequency of depressed mood and anhedonia. Change in Alcohol Use Comorbid symptoms [ Time Frame: Baseline, and after session 3 (2-3 weeks following baseline), session 5 (~2 weeks after session 3), & at 2-month follow-up (~ 2 months after session 5). Measure will be completed immediately following that day's

2018 Clinical Trials

156. Cognitive Training in Parkinson's Disease, the iPARK Study

will undergo 30 sessions (6-7 weeks) of web-based cognitive training performed at home. The working memory training is a process-based training program focusing specific on updating. The placebo program is a low dose short term memory paradigm without updating. A battery of neuropsychological tests (working memory, attention, episodic memory, inhibition control, risk taking and motoric speed) and questionnaires (everyday functioning and psychological health) will be performed before training and directly (...) updating training Behavioral: Placebo training Not Applicable Study Design Go to Layout table for study information Study Type : Interventional (Clinical Trial) Estimated Enrollment : 80 participants Allocation: Randomized Intervention Model: Parallel Assignment Intervention Model Description: Two parallel assigned intervention groups with randomized allocation.The intervention of focus is a web-based working memory updating training. The placebo condition consists of a web-based low dose short term

2018 Clinical Trials

157. Technology-based Intervention and Positive Psychological Training for Blood Pressure Control in African Americans

components: a) six weekly web-based modules focused on improving knowledge and skills to manage hypertension; (b) personalized medication adherence support (SMS reminder messages, adherence feedback, health and lifestyle tips) through Medisafe app; and (c) self-monitoring blood pressure to support self-managing hypertension. Positive Psychological Training (PPT): This intervention will include a structured online training and skill building for PPT accessible by smartphone on techniques to promote (...) Not Applicable Detailed Description: The investigators will conduct a two-arm randomized clinical trial to compare the effects of an Technology-Based Component Only arm and TechSuPPorT on self-management behaviors, BP control, and HRQoL outcomeson cognitive task switching between the DMN and TPN neural networks using Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) and Diffusion Tensor Imaging (DTI). Both groups will be exposed to the three Technology-based components: (a) six weekly web-based modules focused

2018 Clinical Trials

158. Resident Competency and Proficiency in Combined Spinal-Epidural Catheter Placement Is Improved Using a Computer-Enhanced Visual Learning Program: A Randomized Controlled Trial. (Abstract)

-epidural procedures in obstetric anesthesiology. Future research should examine whether the use of web-based learning tools impacts long-term provider performance or patient outcomes. (...) Resident Competency and Proficiency in Combined Spinal-Epidural Catheter Placement Is Improved Using a Computer-Enhanced Visual Learning Program: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Physician educators must balance the need for resident procedural education with clinical time pressures as well as patient safety and comfort. Alternative educational strategies, including e-learning tools, may be beneficial to orient novice learners to new procedures and speed proficiency. We created an e-learning tool

2018 Anesthesia and Analgesia Controlled trial quality: predicted high

159. A Systematic Review of Training in Symptom Management in Palliative Care within Postgraduate Medical Curriculums. Full Text available with Trip Pro

narratively, grouped by curriculum description, and effectiveness on trainees' learning or patient-reported outcomes.Of 5062 records identified, six studies met the inclusion criteria: two randomized controlled trials and four quasi-experimental. Pain management and use of opioids and their side effects were most frequently covered. Clinical decision support tools, Web-based teaching, palliative care rotation, and mixed educational methods were used. Most studies used self-reported, original, or modified (...) A Systematic Review of Training in Symptom Management in Palliative Care within Postgraduate Medical Curriculums. Symptom management is a priority area within palliative care core competencies for generalist providers. Although several educational initiatives exist, a comprehensive evidence synthesis on the effectiveness of symptom management training on trainees' learning and patient-reported outcomes is lacking.The objective of this study was to determine the effectiveness of training

2018 Journal of pain and symptom management

160. Canadian national survey of point-of-care ultrasound training in family medicine residency programs Full Text available with Trip Pro

programs across Canada.Opinions of program directors in family medicine education on the relevance of POCUS in family medicine, and the role of POCUS training in family medicine residency programs.The Web-based, anonymous survey, which was completed during the months of March and April 2016, achieved a response rate of 82% (14 out of 17 program directors). About one-fifth (21%) of program directors reported having an established ultrasound curriculum. Almost all directors (93%) believed that POCUS (...) Canadian national survey of point-of-care ultrasound training in family medicine residency programs To assess the current state of point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) training in Canadian family medicine residency programs.Cross-sectional survey to evaluate POCUS education in accredited Canadian family medicine residency programs; only 1 completed survey was accepted per residency program.Seventeen accredited Canadian family medicine residency programs.Fourteen directors of family medicine

2018 Canadian Family Physician

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