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Background The transition phase from inpatient to outpatient care for patients suffering from Major Depressive Disorder represents a vulnerable period associated with a risk of depression worsening and suicide. Our group has recently found that the sleep-wake cycle in discharged depressive patients became irregular and exhibited a drift towards lat...
Background Patients suffering from depression have a high risk of relapse and readmission in the weeks following discharge from inpatient wards. Electronic self-monitoring systems that offer patient-communication features are now available to offer daily support to patients, but the usability, acceptability, and adherence to these systems has only...
Preliminary results from a clinical study concerning the feasibility of using a self-monitoring system in psychiatric care are presented. At the end of hospital treatment for depression 32 patients were enrolled in the study. The patients used the self-monitoring system at home during a 4-week period. Data from the case report forms show that a cle...
The SAFE study Louise Andersen1, Emilia Olsson1, Lasse Benn Nørregaard2, Philip Løventoft2, Klaus Martiny1 1 Intensive care outpatient unit for affective disorders (IAA) Mental Health Centre Copenhagen, department O, 2Daybuilder Fogedmarken 8, 7 th, 2200 København N. Presenting author: Louise.firstname.lastname@example.org Background and aim: We know very...
Daybuilder is an experimental smartphone app intended to support people with depression. It was designed in collaboration with six participants who had all received antidepressant medication within the last two years. The Daybuilder prototype was field tested with the same six participants for three to four weeks. All participants were interested i...