Keyword: "app"

8 items were found with the keyword "app".

  • MiMove: Knee Rehabilitation

    New

    PI: Cathleen M. Connell, PhD , Susan A. Murphy, PhD , Maratt

    MiMove: optimizing the transition to home after knee replacement surgery.  (05/01/2016 - 12/31/2016)

  • Breast Cancer Ally

    New

    PI: Michael Sabel, MD, FACS

    Breast Cancer Ally is an iPhone app developed in partnership with University of Michigan breast cancer specialists. It provides information about breast cancer and helps patients at the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center manage their symptoms. Breast Cancer Ally helps patients through every stage of treatment, from the initial diagnosis, through surgery, chemotherapy, radiation therapy, and anti-estrogen therapy.More information can be found at the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center site. (04/01/2014 - present)

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  • MyChemoCare

    PI: Lawrence C. An, MD

    This study addresses critical gaps in cancer symptom management through the creation of a mobile chemotherapy symptom management application. The MyChemoCare application proactively assesses for the presence and severity of common chemotherapy side-effects and provides personally tailored feedback via daily SMS text messaging to enhance patient mastery in symptom self-management. (12/16/2012 - 01/31/2015)

  • Mobile Dad: A technology application to enhance father engagement

    PI: Shawna J. Lee, PhD

    Our long-term goal is wide-scale dissemination of a mobile application that is highly usable within the USAF context and is tailored to USAF fathers of young children. We use the term “father” in the broadest definition to include biological, adoptive, and step-fathers as well as father surrogates. The objective of this proposal is to provide a demonstration that a smartphone-based approach with a sound conceptual base and documented effectiveness can be adapted to the specific needs of USAF fathers. The rationale for this proposal is that a smartphone application, called Mobile Dad Baby Book (or Mobile Dad for short), is responsive to mobility demands faced by USAF personnel. Further, it provides a highly cost-effective method for delivering parenting support for all fathers within the USAF context whether they are active duty USAF or non-USAF personnel acting as a caregiver while their USAF spouse/ partner is deployed. (07/01/2012 - 05/08/2014)

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