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The effect of smartphone-based monitoring and treatment on the rate and duration of psychiatric readmission in patients with unipolar depressive disorder: The RADMIS randomized controlled trial

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  • Morten Lindbjerg Tønning
  • Maria Faurholt-Jepsen
  • Mads Frost
  • Klaus Martiny
  • Nanna Tuxen
  • Nicole Rosenberg
  • Jonas Busk
  • Ole Winther
  • Sigurd Arne Melbye
  • Daniel Thaysen-Petersen
  • Kate Andreasson Aamund
  • Lizzie Tolderlundh
  • Jakob Eyvind Bardram
  • Lars Vedel Kessing
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BACKGROUND: Patients with unipolar depressive disorder are frequently hospitalized, and the period following discharge is a high-risk-period. Smartphone-based treatments are receiving increasing attention among researchers, clinicians, and patients. We aimed to investigate whether a smartphone-based monitoring and treatment system reduces the rate and duration of readmissions, more than standard treatment, in patients with unipolar depressive disorder following hospitalization.

METHODS: We conducted a pragmatic, investigator-blinded, randomized controlled trial. The intervention group received a smartphone-based monitoring and treatment system in addition to standard treatment. The system allowed patients to self-monitor symptoms and access psycho-educative information and cognitive modules. The patients were allocated a study-nurse who, based on the monitoring data, guided and supported them. The control group received standard treatment. The trial lasted six months, with outcome assessments at 0, 3, and 6 months.

RESULTS: We included 120 patients with unipolar depressive disorder (ICD-10). Intention-to-treat analyses showed no statistically significant differences in time to readmission (Log-Rank p=0.9) or duration of readmissions (B=-16.41,95%CI:-47.32;25.5,p=0.3) (Primary outcomes). There were no differences in clinically rated depressive symptoms (p=0.6) or functioning (p=0.1) (secondary outcomes). The intervention group had higher levels of recovery (B=7,29, 95%CI:0.82;13,75,p=0.028) and a tendency towards higher quality of life (p=0.07), wellbeing (p=0,09) satisfaction with treatment (p=0.05) and behavioral activation (p=0.08) compared with the control group (tertiary outcomes).

LIMITATIONS: Patients and study-nurses were unblinded to allocation.

CONCLUSIONS: We found no effect of the intervention on primary or secondary outcomes. In tertiary outcomes, patients in the intervention group reported higher levels of recovery compared to the control group.

OriginalsprogEngelsk
TidsskriftJournal of Affective Disorders
Vol/bind282
Sider (fra-til)354-363
Antal sider10
ISSN0165-0327
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StatusUdgivet - 1 mar. 2021

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