Researchers are currently working on launching a study to investigate whether a mobile medical application can help increase physical activity via a randomized controlled trial.
cTrials Android app efficiently searches global as well as domestic clinical trial information
Finding clinical trial information has never been easier or quicker with the cTrials app by Visual Soft, Inc. The app can be searched by country with basic and advanced options available. cTrials can be used as both a research tool and clinical resource at the point of care. The app is also updated regularly, providing users with international clinical trials added to the databases within the past 14 and 60 days.
Randomized control trial shows increased hand washing compliance with web based interventions
mHealth Research Digest with Tim Bredrup Hand washing can help prevent the spread of respiratory infections such as influenza, but successfully encouraging individuals to wash their hands more frequently remains challenging. Web based interventions are one potential method of increasing frequency of this healthy habit. Recently, a group of psychologists from Germany and the […]
CONSORT-EHEALTH: Towards better standards for reporting web and mHealth randomized clinical trials
A recent article published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research focused on the development of better standards for reporting randomized controlled trials (RCTs) that use web-based or mobile health interventions.