Real-World Evidence and Randomised Controlled Trials
The research team at my mhealth have been working hard to ensure the support it provides to the NHS is evidence backed, and guaranteed to see results. The team has undertaken a number of clinical trials and real-world studies to ensure the platform is effective and able to support health services and patients.
Explore our peer-reviewed studies and real-world evidence to understand the effectiveness of my mhealth digital therapeutics.
22 May 2023
Observing Digital Cardiac Rehabilitation using myHeart During the First Wave of COVID-19: A Real-World Multicentre Evaluation.
Published on Omicsonline 15 May 2022.
2 March 2022
Digital healthcare in COPD management: a narrative review on the advantages, pitfalls, and need for further research.
Published on NCBI 2 March 2022.
11 March 2023
Can digital health apps provide patients with support to promote structured diabetes education and ongoing self-management?
A real-world evaluation of myDiabetes usage.
21 March 2022
Prediction of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Exacerbation Events by Using Patient Self-reported Data in a Digital Health App: Statistical Evaluation and Machine
Results from the my mhealth and University of Southampton collaborative grant project through Big Medilytics have been published in JMIR Medication Informatics.
7 March 2022
Standardized evaluation of the quality and persuasiveness of mobile health applications for diabetes management
Mobile health applications (MHA) have been found to be a promising technological approach to support self-management.
01 Nov, 2021
myCOPD: Can a digital self-management platform with a data repository support the Dorset COPD patient population and service delivery? (ID 318)
‘Our Digital Dorset’ and ‘my mhealth’ conducted a study exploring the usage of myCOPD by tracking activity using the Dorset Intelligence and Insight Service (DiiS).
26 Oct, 2020
Evidence generation for the clinical impact of myCOPD in patients with mild, moderate and newly diagnosed COPD: a randomised
First publication of complete results for a preliminary trial of a self-management intervention using a scalable app.
20 Oct, 2020
A randomised controlled feasibility trial of E-health application supported care vs usual care after exacerbation of COPD
First publication of complete results shows the myCOPD app could play an important role in supporting recovery following an exacerbation of COPD.
17 July, 2017
Online versus face-to-face pulmonary rehabilitation for patients with COPD: randomised
First publication of complete results shows a 6-week programme of online supported pulmonary rehabilitation (PR).
18 Nov, 2020
Results of a service evaluation of myHeart and the potential benefit of using the myHeart app to supplement existing cardiac rehabilitation.
18 Nov, 2020
Results have led to continued QISMET Accreditation for myDiabetes (QIS2015) and have revealed the app could play an important role in supporting structured patient education delivery for type 2 diabetes following initial diagnosis, and as an ongoing resource.
14 Dec, 2020
Enhanced home-based pulmonary rehabilitation myCOPD evaluation
Results of a service evaluation by Southend University Hospital using myCOPD to support a home-based pulmonary rehabilitation (PR) programme in several different local locations.
25 Nov, 2021
A digitally enhanced pulmonary rehabilitation approach for COPD during COVID-19 using myCOPD
March 2020 saw traditional pulmonary rehabilitation (PR) delivery suspended due to COVID-19. Kent Community Health NHS Foundation Trust Pulmonary Rehabilitation (PR) service quickly adapted to deliver remote, digitally supported PR using myCOPD.
14 Dec, 2020
A real-world service evaluation of myCOPD
Results of a supported self-management evaluation of COPD patients by Stonehaven Medical Group and Aberdeenshire Health & Social Care Partnership (NHS Grampian).