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Delivering a Multi-Lingual, Patient-Managed SMS Medication Reminder System Without Developing Software
OPTiMiSE is a pan-European, multi-faceted series of studies investigating methods for improving the effectiveness of existing treatments for schizophrenia. Within this portfolio, the Psychosocial Intervention study is a randomised control trial of motivational interviewing and an informatics intervention that gives participants access to a website that (i) contains educational resources about schizophrenia and the treatments available; (ii) patients can use to configure SMS (text) messages to...
Medicine 2.0'13 (London, UK)
Does Delivery Modality (Native Smart Phone App VS SMS) Affect Validity of Ambulatory Monitoring in Severe Mental Illness
BACKGROUND: Ambulant, real-time self-report assessment using a native smart phone app has been shown to have validity when compared with the semi-structured interview scales for psychosis that are the gold standard approach to assessing psychotic and other symptoms. However, there are alternative delivery modalities available such as SMS text messages, and little is known about whether the delivery modality affects validity. OBJECTIVES: We report on two different delivery modalities of a m...
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