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161. Short-Term and Long-Term Effects of an Exercise-Based Patient Education Programme in People with Multiple Sclerosis: A Pilot Study (PubMed)

Short-Term and Long-Term Effects of an Exercise-Based Patient Education Programme in People with Multiple Sclerosis: A Pilot Study Background. Although people with Multiple Sclerosis (pwMS) benefit from physical exercise, they still show reduced physical activity and exercise behaviour. This study aimed to investigate short- and long-term effects of an exercise-based patient education programme (ePEP) that focuses on empowering pwMS to a sustainable and self-regulated exercise training

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2017 Multiple sclerosis international

162. Anxiety and depression symptoms among women attending group-based patient education courses for hereditary breast and ovarian cancer (PubMed)

Anxiety and depression symptoms among women attending group-based patient education courses for hereditary breast and ovarian cancer Women carrying BRCA-mutations are facing significant challenges, including decision making regarding surveillance and risk-reducing surgery. They often report that they are left alone with these important decisions. In order to enhance the genetic counselling session we organized a group-based patient education (GPE) course for women with BRCA-mutations. The study (...) aims were to characterize women attending a group-based patient education (GPE) course for hereditary breast and ovarian cancer, consider the usefulness of the course, evaluate symptoms of anxiety and depression among the participants, and finally investigate whether their levels of anxiety and depression changed from before to after the course session.A prospective study was conducted. Two weeks before (T1) and 2 weeks after (T2) attending the GPE-course the participants received questionnaires

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2017 Hereditary cancer in clinical practice

163. Development of Evidence-Based Disease Education Literature for Pakistani Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients (PubMed)

Development of Evidence-Based Disease Education Literature for Pakistani Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients Rheumatoid arthritis affects 0.5% to 1% of the population globally and is one of the most common causes of disability. Patient education plays a key role in improving treatment outcomes. The purpose of this study was to discuss the process involved in designing an evidence-based disease education literature for rheumatoid arthritis patients of Pakistan in Urdu language with culturally relevant (...) steps. A disease education literature for patients of rheumatoid arthritis was developed and edited in the form of a booklet. The booklet contained evidence-based information that must be provided to patients in both Urdu and English languages with culturally relevant illustrations. The availability of such literature is significant, as it enables the patients to seek knowledge at home at their convenience. This home-based knowledge support is as helpful as any other means of medical care

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2017 Diseases

164. Effects of Face-to-Face and Telephone-Based Family-Oriented Education on Self-Care Behavior and Patient Outcomes in Type 2 Diabetes: A Randomized Controlled Trial (PubMed)

Effects of Face-to-Face and Telephone-Based Family-Oriented Education on Self-Care Behavior and Patient Outcomes in Type 2 Diabetes: A Randomized Controlled Trial Education of patients and their families is the cornerstone of effective diabetes care. The present study aimed to compare the effects of a face-to-face and telephone-based family-oriented educational program on self-care behavior and patient outcomes in type 2 diabetes patients.In the present randomized controlled trial, 90 type 2 (...) diabetes patients were randomly divided into three groups of 30 participants: a face-to-face education group, a telephone-based education group, and a control group. The educational program lasted for 3 months. Outcomes evaluated included self-care, fasting blood sugar, hemoglobin A1c, cholesterol, and triglyceride.The overall self-care scores in the intervention groups were significantly higher than that in the control group (P = 0.0001). In addition, lipid profiles significantly improved

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2017 Journal of diabetes research

165. Web-based virtual patients in nursing education: development and validation of theory-anchored design and activity models. (PubMed)

Web-based virtual patients in nursing education: development and validation of theory-anchored design and activity models. Research has shown that nursing students find it difficult to translate and apply their theoretical knowledge in a clinical context. Virtual patients (VPs) have been proposed as a learning activity that can support nursing students in their learning of scientific knowledge and help them integrate theory and practice. Although VPs are increasingly used in health care (...) education, they still lack a systematic consistency that would allow their reuse outside of their original context. There is therefore a need to develop a model for the development and implementation of VPs in nursing education.The aim of this study was to develop and evaluate a virtual patient model optimized to the learning and assessment needs in nursing education.The process of modeling started by reviewing theoretical frameworks reported in the literature and used by practitioners when designing

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2014 Journal of medical Internet research

166. A Web-Based, Educational, Quality-of-life Intervention for Patients with a Chronic Skin Disease: Feasibility and Acceptance in Routine Dermatological Practice. (PubMed)

A Web-Based, Educational, Quality-of-life Intervention for Patients with a Chronic Skin Disease: Feasibility and Acceptance in Routine Dermatological Practice. Chronic skin diseases have a negative impact on patients' health-related quality of life (HRQoL). Patient education might contribute to HRQoL improvement. We developed a web-based, educational, HRQoL intervention for patients with a chronic skin disease. We aimed to assess 1) the feasibility of implementing the intervention in routine (...) dermatological practice and patients' daily life, and 2) the acceptance of the intervention by health care providers and patients. Additionally, we aimed to create a patient user profile. We conducted an observational pilot study at 6 dermatological centres, including 105 outpatients. Implementation in routine practice was feasible and acceptable to health care providers. However, implementation in patients' daily life was found not to be entirely feasible. Perceived relevance by patients was low, though

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2014 Acta Dermato-Venereologica

167. Web-Based Tailored Educational Program in Improving Nurse Communication With Patients About Clinical Trials

Web-Based Tailored Educational Program in Improving Nurse Communication With Patients About Clinical Trials Web-Based Tailored Educational Program in Improving Nurse Communication With Patients About Clinical Trials - 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 Tailored Educational Program in Improving Nurse Communication With Patients About Clinical Trials 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 for details. ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT02129517 Recruitment Status : Completed First Posted : May 2, 2014 Last Update

2014 Clinical Trials

168. Readability, suitability, and health content assessment of web-based patient education materials on colorectal cancer screening. (PubMed)

Readability, suitability, and health content assessment of web-based patient education materials on colorectal cancer screening. Colorectal cancer (CRC) screening rates in the Unites States are still below target level. Web-based patient education materials are used by patients and providers to provide supplemental information on CRC screening. Low literacy levels and patient perceptions are significant barriers to screening. There are little data on the quality of these online materials from (...) a health literacy standpoint or whether they address patients' perceptions.To evaluate the readability, suitability, and health content of web-based patient education materials on colon cancer screening.Descriptive study.Web-based patient materials.Twelve reputable and popular online patient education materials were evaluated. Readability was measured by using the Flesch-Kincaid Reading Grade Level, and suitability was determined by the Suitability Assessment of Materials, a scale that considers

2014 Gastrointestinal endoscopy

169. Alcohol interventions in secondary and further education

of 28Contents Contents Overview 4 Who is it for? 4 Recommendations 5 1.1 Planning alcohol education 5 1.2 Delivering universal alcohol education 7 1.3 T argeted interventions 8 T erms used in this guideline 9 Recommendations for research 12 1 Components of alcohol education delivery 12 2 T argeted school-based interventions 12 3 Universal interventions for people aged 11 to 25 with special educational needs and disabilities 12 4 T argeted interventions for people aged 11 to 25 with SEND 12 5 Preventive work (...) educational needs and disabilities (SEND) up to the age of 25? T o find out why the committee made the research recommendation on components of alcohol education delivery see the rationale and impact section for planning alcohol education content and the rationale and impact section for using additional support for alcohol education. 2 T argeted school-based interventions How effective and cost effective are individual, compared with group, education-based interventions for children and young people aged

2019 National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence - Clinical Guidelines

170. What do the US advanced kidney disease patients want? Comprehensive pre-ESRD Patient Education (CPE) and choice of dialysis modality. (PubMed)

What do the US advanced kidney disease patients want? Comprehensive pre-ESRD Patient Education (CPE) and choice of dialysis modality. Improvement in Home Dialysis (HoD) utilizations as a mean to improve the patient reported and health services outcomes, has been a long-held goal of the providers and healthcare system in United States. However, measures to improve HoD rates have yielded limited success so far. Lack of patient awareness of chronic kidney disease (CKD) and its management options (...) , is one of the important barriers against patient adoption of HoD. Despite ample evidence that Comprehensive pre-ESERD Patient Education (CPE) improves patient awareness and informed HoD choice, use of CPE among US advanced CKD patients is low. Need for significant resources, lack of validated data showing unequivocal and reproducible benefits, and the lack of validated CPE protocols proven to have consistent efficacy in improving not only patient awareness but also HoD rates in US population

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2019 PLoS ONE

171. School-Based Education Programmes for the Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse: A Systematic Review

School-Based Education Programmes for the Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse: A Systematic Review Campbell Systematic Reviews 2015:10 First published: 04 May, 2015 Search executed: 08 September, 2014 School-based Education Programmes for the Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse: A Systematic Review Kerryann Walsh, Karen Zwi, Susan Woolfenden, Aron Shlonsky 2 The Campbell Collaboration | www.campbellcollaboration.org Colophon Title School-based Education Programmes for the Prevention of Child Sexual (...) , Melbourne, Australia DOI 10.4073/csr.2015:10 No. of pages 180 Citation School-based Education Programmes for the Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse: A Systematic Review. Walsh K, Zwi K, Woolfenden S, Shlonsky A. Campbell Systematic Reviews 2015:10 DOI: 10.4073/csr.2015.10 ISSN 1891-1803 Co-registration This review is co-registered within both the Cochrane and Campbell Collaborations. A version of this review can also be found in the Cochrane Library. Roles and responsibilities The original protocol

2015 Campbell Collaboration

172. Relative validity of a web-based food frequency questionnaire for patients with type 1 and type 2 diabetes in Denmark (PubMed)

Relative validity of a web-based food frequency questionnaire for patients with type 1 and type 2 diabetes in Denmark Diet has an important role in the management of diabetes. However, little is known about dietary intake in Danish diabetes patients. A food frequency questionnaire (FFQ) focusing on most relevant nutrients in diabetes including carbohydrates, dietary fibres and simple sugars was developed and validated.To examine the relative validity of nutrients calculated by a web-based food (...) was validated for assessment of a range of nutrients. Comparing the intakes of selected nutrients (carbohydrates, dietary fibres and simple sugars), patients were classified correctly according to low and high intakes. The FFQ is a reliable dietary assessment tool to use in research and evaluation of patient education for patients with diabetes.

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2016 Nutrition & diabetes

173. Drivers and Barriers to Acceptance of Web-Based Aftercare of Patients in Inpatient Routine Care: A Cross-Sectional Survey. (PubMed)

associated with acceptance.This study demonstrated a limited acceptance of Web-based aftercare in inpatients. Expectations, social environment's attitude, and negative experience with permanent availability influence eHealth acceptance. Improving implementation, therefore, means increasing eHealth experience and literacy and facilitating positive attitudes in patients and health professionals through education and reduction of misconceptions about effectiveness or usability.©Severin Hennemann, Manfred E (...) Drivers and Barriers to Acceptance of Web-Based Aftercare of Patients in Inpatient Routine Care: A Cross-Sectional Survey. Web-based aftercare can help to stabilize treatment effects and support transition after inpatient treatment, yet uptake by patients seems limited in routine care and little is known about the mechanisms of adoption and implementation.The aim of this study was to (1) determine acceptance of Web-based aftercare and (2) explore its drivers and barriers in different subgroups

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2016 Journal of medical Internet research

174. Evaluating a Web-Based Self-Management Intervention in Heart Failure Patients: A Pilot Study. (PubMed)

Evaluating a Web-Based Self-Management Intervention in Heart Failure Patients: A Pilot Study. Web-based interventions may have the potential to support self-care in patients with chronic disease, yet little is known about the feasibility of Web-based interventions in patients with heart failure (HF).The objective of our study was to develop and pilot a Web-based self-care intervention for patients with HF.Following development and pretesting, we pilot tested a Web-based self-care intervention (...) are needed that attend to all sources of self-efficacy and include more comprehensive educational tools to improve patient outcomes.

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2016 JMIR Research Protocols

175. Effectiveness of a Web-Based Simulation in Improving Nurses' Workplace Practice With Deteriorating Ward Patients: A Pre- and Postintervention Study. (PubMed)

outcome on triggering rates of deteriorating patients as the primary outcome measure.A before-and-after study was conducted on two general wards at an acute care tertiary hospital over a 14-month period. All nurses from the two study wards who undertook the Web-based simulation as part of their continuing nursing education were invited to complete questionnaires at various time points to measure their motivational reaction, knowledge, and perceived transfer of learning. Clinical records on cases (...) <.001) on knowledge posttest score from pretest score was also reported. The nurses also perceived positively their motivation (mean 3.78, SD 0.56) to engage in the Web-based simulation.This study provides evidence on the effectiveness of Web-based simulation in improving nursing practice when recognizing and responding to deteriorating patients. This educational tool could be implemented by nurse educators worldwide to address the educational needs of a large group of hospital nurses responsible

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2016 Journal of medical Internet research

176. Needs and Preferences of Partners of Cancer Patients Regarding a Web-Based Psychological Intervention: A Qualitative Study (PubMed)

psychological intervention and to identify their needs and wishes regarding such an intervention.Semistructured interviews were conducted with 16 partners of cancer patients, who varied in terms of age, gender, education, employment, type, and stage of disease. Partners were asked (1) whether they would use a psychological Web-based intervention and which preconditions (maximum time, structure, participate alone or with their partner) it should meet; (2) which functionalities (information, peer support (...) Needs and Preferences of Partners of Cancer Patients Regarding a Web-Based Psychological Intervention: A Qualitative Study Evidence-based, easily accessible, supportive interventions for partners of cancer patients are limited, despite the fact that they often suffer from diminished emotional, social, physical, and relational functioning. To develop a new intervention that will fit their demands, it is important to consult potential users.To examine partners' interest in a Web-based

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2015 JMIR cancer

177. Mediators of Atherosclerosis in South Asians Living in America: Use of Web-Based Methods for Follow-Up and Collection of Patient-Reported Outcome Measures (PubMed)

Mediators of Atherosclerosis in South Asians Living in America: Use of Web-Based Methods for Follow-Up and Collection of Patient-Reported Outcome Measures A key challenge for longitudinal cohort studies is follow-up and retention of study participants. Participant follow-up in longitudinal cohort studies is costly and time-consuming for research staff and participants.This study determined the feasibility and costs of using Web-based technologies for follow-up and collection of patient-reported (...) likely to be married, and to have higher education and income compared (P<.05) to telephone-only responders. Web survey development involved 240 hours of research staff time. Since launching, the Web-based survey has required 3 hours per week of staff time.Although electronic follow-up will not be a panacea for cohort operations, it will serve as an adjunctive strategy to telephonic follow-up for maximizing cohort retention with lower costs.

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2016 JMIR Research Protocols

178. Understanding Post-Prandial Hyperglycemia in Patients with Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes: A Web-based Survey in Germany, the UK, and USA (PubMed)

Understanding Post-Prandial Hyperglycemia in Patients with Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes: A Web-based Survey in Germany, the UK, and USA To explore how patients with diabetes experience post-prandial hyperglycemia (PPH) or elevated blood glucose (BG) following a meal.A web-based survey of patients with type 1 or type 2 diabetes using bolus insulin in Germany, the USA, and the UK was conducted.A total of 906 respondents completed the survey. PPH was a frequent occurrence among patients with type 1 (...) experienced when taking bolus insulin, were found by diabetes type.These findings shed light on how patients with diabetes experience and manage PPH on a day-to-day basis and have implications for improving diabetes self-management. Clinicians and diabetes educators should help patients address eating habits and lifestyle issues that may contribute to PPH.This study was sponsored by Novo Nordisk.

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2016 Diabetes Therapy

179. Improving Children's cancer pain management in the home setting: Development and formative evaluation of a web-based program for parents. (PubMed)

of a novel intervention, Cancer-Tailored Intervention for Pain and Symptoms (C-TIPS), which provides empirically-based pharmacological and non-pharmacological pain management information and coping skills training to parents of pediatric cancer patients. C-TIPS is a web-based application including a tailoring algorithm, customization tools, guided diaphragmatic breathing training, relaxation practice, and educational material (COPE modules). Thirty parents of children undergoing chemotherapy treatment (...) Improving Children's cancer pain management in the home setting: Development and formative evaluation of a web-based program for parents. Despite advances in health care, the majority of children undergoing cancer treatment experience pain, particularly in the home setting. Mobile health tools provide a promising avenue to deliver pain management education and information to parents of children receiving cancer treatment. The current study describes the development and formative evaluation

2018 Computers in biology and medicine

180. Effects of a Web-Based Self-Management Program on the Behavior and Blood Glucose Levels of Women with Gestational Diabetes Mellitus. (PubMed)

Effects of a Web-Based Self-Management Program on the Behavior and Blood Glucose Levels of Women with Gestational Diabetes Mellitus. Women diagnosed with gestational diabetes mellitus suffer from anxiety and depression, which make controlling blood glucose levels difficult.This quasi-experimental study uses a nonequivalent control group pretest-posttest design to investigate the effects of a web-based self-care program on self-care behaviors, anxiety, depression, and blood glucose in patients (...) with gestational diabetes mellitus.The subjects of the study were outpatients being treated in the Department of Endocrinology at Hospital G, located in Seoul near University C, from July 15, 2015, to December 31, 2016. The experimental and control groups contained 22 participants each. The experimental group received a 12-week web-based program and one session of nutrition education; the control group received nutrition education. Using the SPSS program, pre-post changes in blood glucose, anxiety, depression

2018 Telemedicine journal and e-health : the official journal of the American Telemedicine Association

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