Latest from the mHealth Research Core team:
Our team is committed to providing information for researchers to continue, adapt, and expand research. We will post resources here as they become available.
The mHealth Research Core is available for free, fully-online research consults. To schedule a consult with the team.
A webinar by the Clinical Trials Transformation Initiative (CTTI)
Researchers with DSMBs: please consider telling your DSMB and program officer, now, if you are suspending all in-person contact with research participants. Be proactive!
This is informal guidance that does not necessarily represent official university or federal policy.
Noteworthy Articles and Presentations
The open source Ecological Mometary Assessment (EMA) is described throughout the EMA Research Manual and in particular in Chapter 11 on github.
WUSTL Grand Rounds: “We are NEVER Getting to Precision Medicine in Psychiatry” (WUSTL, Dr. Eric Lenze MD, Jan 2020)
Internet Interventions (Elsevier 2020)
Assessment of Mobile Health Apps Using Built-In Smartphone Sensors for Diagnosis and Treatment (JMIR and Uhealth. February 2020)
Conferences and Workshops
Wednesday, October 14, 12-12:30 p.m.
REDCap in a Flash – Creating an e-Consent Form using the Online Designer and mHealth Template Data Dictionary
Learn to create an e-Consent survey in REDCap using the online designer and mHealth Research Core’s template data dictionary. This is an alternative approach to creating an e-Consent form from what was demonstrated during the REDCap e-Consent Framework session recorded on September 16, 2020.
Wednesday, October 21, 12-12:30 p.m.
REDCap in a Flash – REDCap e-Consent Versioning
Learn to update your REDCap e-Consent after a modification to your Informed Consent Form is approved by the IRB.
Tuesday, October 27, 12-1 p.m.
Chenyang Lu will virtually present “Digital Phenotyping with Wearables: Learning from Wearable Data to Predict Clinical Outcomes” at the Symposium for Artificial Intelligence in Medicine (SAIM) seminar series organized by the Institute for Informatics and the Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine.