Mobile Screening Sa Quality Of Life Study

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Quality of life assessment instruments for adults: a

网页2020年6月30日Against a backdrop of population aging and improving survival rates for chronic noncommunicable diseases (CNCD), researchers are placing growing emphasis

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The Impact of Mobile Health on Cancer Screening: A

网页2020年10月13日The development of mHealth applications in cancer screening is a low-cost and easy-to-use strategy that appears to be

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Mobile technology for mental health assessment PMC

网页As an example, the global positioning system (GPS) and accelerometer technologies in smartphones can be used to calculate physical and spatial activity, which are known to

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The scope and impact of mobile health clinics in the

网页2017年10月5日Quality-adjusted life years: 3: Mobile clinics and the healthcare reform: Private insurers: 1: Accountable care organizations: 1: Non-profit hospitals: 1: Limitations

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Screening programmes: a short guide World Health

网页The purpose of screening is to identify people in an apparently healthy population who are at higher risk of a health problem or a condition, so that an early treatment or inter-

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A Mobile System to Improve Quality of Life Via Energy Balance

网页2019年6月25日Feasibility main outcomes included percentage of adoption, usage, and attrition; user app quality perception measured with the Mobile App Rating Scale

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Nutritional Screening and Assessment, and Quality of Life in

网页To apply Screening Tool for Risk on Nutritional status and Growth (STRONGkids) and the subjective global nutritional assessment (SGNA) for evaluating nutritional status, to

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Nutritional Screening and Assessment, and Quality of

网页2021年3月1日In this study, children ages 8–18 reported their quality of life by themselves, while the 2–7-year-old children's quality of life were reported by their

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(PDF) Engagement with Mental Health Screening on Mobile

网页2019年5月2日Engagement with Mental Health Screening on Mobile Devices: Results from an Antenatal Feasibility Study Authors: Kevin Doherty University College Dublin

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Mobile technology for mental health assessment PMC

网页As an example, the global positioning system (GPS) and accelerometer technologies in smartphones can be used to calculate physical and spatial activity, which are known to be good measures of disability associated with depression and anxiety. 10, 11

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Mobile Technologies and Cervical Cancer Screening in Low

网页quality of life and health status of women in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs).2 Yet, and cervical cancer screening in LMICs. Our study has been prospectively registered at PROSPERO (identifier: CRD42018110439). METHODS analysis strategy when assessing study quality.7 For interventional studies (RCTs and quasi-experimental

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A systematic review of quality of life research in medicine

网页2019年6月11日Purpose Quality of life (QOL) is an important concept in the field of health and medicine. QOL is a complex concept that is interpreted and defined differently within and between disciplines, including the fields of health and medicine. The aims of this study were to systematically review the literature on QOL in medicine and health research and

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Mobile health clinics in the United States International Journal

网页2020年3月20日Mobile health clinics serve an important role in the health care system, providing care to some of the most vulnerable populations. Mobile Health Map is the only comprehensive database of mobile clinics in the United States. Members of this collaborative research network and learning community supply information about their

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Mobile Health Is Worth It! Economic Benefit and Impact on

网页2014年1月1日Background: HABITS for Life was a 3-year initiative to broadly deliver a statewide biometric and retinal screening program via a mobile unit throughout New Mexico at no charge to participants. The program goal—to identify health risk and improve population health status—was tested over a 3-year period. Value to participants and

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Geriatric screening tools are of limited value to predict decline

网页71% and specificity from 33% to 66%. For decline in quality of life, sensitivity ranged from 40% to 67% and specificity from 37% to 54%. Conclusion: In older persons with a relatively good prognosis, geriatric screening tools are of limited use in identifying persons at risk for decline in functional status or quality of life after one year.

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(PDF) Engagement with Mental Health Screening on Mobile

网页2019年5月2日This stone presents the results of the first feasibility study to examine the potential of mobile devices to engage women in antenatal mental health screening. Using a mobile application, 254

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Health-related quality of life as measured by the EQ-5D in the

网页2017年6月26日Purpose Cost-effectiveness analyses (CEAs) of screening can be highly sensitive to the health-related quality of life (HRQoL) effects of screen tests and subsequent treatment. Accordingly, accurate assessment of HRQoL is essential. We reviewed the literature regarding HRQoL in cervical prevention and management in order

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Effect of abnormal screening mammogram on quality of life

网页2010年12月20日In September 2002 a prospective, longitudinal study started concerning quality of life (QoL) in women with breast disease. Between September 2002 and January 2007, 385 women with an abnormal screening mammogram were included. Of these, 152 women were diagnosed with breast cancer (BC group) and 233 had a false-positive

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The relationship between four health-related quality-of-life

网页2015年3月25日1 Altmetric Metrics Abstract Purpose Limited evidence is available to explain the role of four components of health-related quality of life (HRQoL) on breast and cervical cancer screening. The objective of this study was to determine the relationship between four HRQoL aspects and use of mammography and Pap test screening in US

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Mobile Technologies and Cervical Cancer Screening in Low

网页quality of life and health status of women in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs).2 Yet, and cervical cancer screening in LMICs. Our study has been prospectively registered at PROSPERO (identifier: CRD42018110439). METHODS analysis strategy when assessing study quality.7 For interventional studies (RCTs and quasi-experimental

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Mobile health clinics in the United States International Journal

网页2020年3月20日Mobile health clinics serve an important role in the health care system, providing care to some of the most vulnerable populations. Mobile Health Map is the only comprehensive database of mobile clinics in the United States. Members of this collaborative research network and learning community supply information about their

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Mobile Health Is Worth It! Economic Benefit and Impact on

网页2014年1月1日Background: HABITS for Life was a 3-year initiative to broadly deliver a statewide biometric and retinal screening program via a mobile unit throughout New Mexico at no charge to participants. The program goal—to identify health risk and improve population health status—was tested over a 3-year period. Value to participants and

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(PDF) Engagement with Mental Health Screening on Mobile

网页2019年5月2日This stone presents the results of the first feasibility study to examine the potential of mobile devices to engage women in antenatal mental health screening. Using a mobile application, 254

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Geriatric screening tools are of limited value to predict decline

网页71% and specificity from 33% to 66%. For decline in quality of life, sensitivity ranged from 40% to 67% and specificity from 37% to 54%. Conclusion: In older persons with a relatively good prognosis, geriatric screening tools are of limited use in identifying persons at risk for decline in functional status or quality of life after one year.

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Health-related quality of life as measured by the EQ-5D in the

网页2017年6月26日10 Altmetric Metrics Abstract Purpose Cost-effectiveness analyses (CEAs) of screening can be highly sensitive to the health-related quality of life (HRQoL) effects of screen tests and subsequent treatment. Accordingly, accurate assessment of HRQoL is

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The Quality of Life Scale (QOLS): Reliability, Validity, and

网页2003年10月23日Quality of life, by its very natures, is idiosyncratic to the individual, but intuitively meaningful and understandable to most people [, p. 888]." This definition denotes a meaning for QOL that transcends health. The Quality of Life Scale (QOLS) first developed by American psychologist, John Flanagan, [9,10] befits this definition of QOL.

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The relationship between four health-related quality-of-life

网页2015年3月25日1 Altmetric Metrics Abstract Purpose Limited evidence is available to explain the role of four components of health-related quality of life (HRQoL) on breast and cervical cancer screening. The objective of this study was to determine the relationship between four HRQoL aspects and use of mammography and Pap test screening in US

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Effect of abnormal screening mammogram on quality of life

网页2010年12月20日In September 2002 a prospective, longitudinal study started concerning quality of life (QoL) in women with breast disease. Between September 2002 and January 2007, 385 women with an abnormal screening mammogram were included. Of these, 152 women were diagnosed with breast cancer (BC group) and 233 had a false-positive

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Quality of life in participants of a CRC screening

网页2012年9月6日Quality of life scores Generic QOL. SF-12 scores regarding physical health were significantly lower in FIT participants with a positive test result than in those with a negative result, indicating

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