MEMOTEXT Literature Summary Update for 2023
MEMOTEXT co-created solutions featured in 3 peer-reviewed publications in 2023!
The third research paper describes a multisite randomised controlled superiority trial that will be conducted at SickKids Research Institute and The Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre among other study sites in Ontario and Quebec (Sanmugalingham et al., 2023). This randomised controlled superiority trial will evaluate a text-message based intervention, Keeping in Touch (KiT), to support youth as the transition to adult type 1 care. The 12-month transition support program will be hosted on secure platform developed by MEMOTEXT. By collaborating with MEMOTEXT the researchers and participants are assured that user engagement data will be collected and stored in accordance with all applicable laws and PIPEDA and HIPAA. The study’s findings will inform the field of digital health by testing an intervention co-designed with people living with T1D and T1D providers and delivered entirely by text messages.
We celebrate our partners’ success in getting their important work published.
At MEMOTEXT we remain steadfast in our commitment to co-creating adaptive and evidence-based digital therapeutics (DTx) that have the potential to improve patients lives. Get in touch with us to learn how we can collaborate to co-design, develop and validate your digital patient engagement solutions.
Goldhaber, N. H., Chea, A., Hekler, E. B., Zhou, W., & Fergerson, B. (2023). Evaluating the
mental health of Physician-Trainees using an SMS Text Message-Based Assessment Tool: Longitudinal Pilot study. JMIR Formative Research, 7, e45102. https://doi.org/10.2196/45102
Murray, J. B., Sharp, A., Munro, S., & Janssen, P. A. (2023). Expectant parents’ preferences for teaching by texting: a development and usability study of SmartMom (Preprint). JMIR Formative Research,7, e44661. https://doi.org/10.2196/44661
Sanmugalingham, G., Mok, E., Cafazzo, J. A., Desveaux, L., Brazeau, A., Booth, G. L., Greenberg, M., Kichler, J. C., Rac, V. E., Austin, P. C., Goldbloom, E., Henderson, M., Landry, A., Zenlea, I., Taylor, M., Nakhla, M., & Shulman, R. (2023). Text message-based intervention, Keeping in Touch (KiT), to support youth as they transition to adult type 1 diabetes care: a protocol for a multisite randomised controlled superiority trial. BMJ Open, 13(5), e071396. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2022-071396