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Innovate Regulated Interventional Drug Trials

Few interventional drug or device trials end on time or budget. They’re enormously expensive. Test new models with the ProofPilot visual protocol designer.

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Start With a Template to Innovate Regulated Interventional Drug Trials

Templates are nearly completed study designs where you fill in the blanks and tailor for your own research study. 

Meditation App Evaluation Template

Meditation apps are hot right now. In 2017, Apple chose Calm as the App of the Year. Headspace, another meditation app, raised almost forty million in venture capital.  Headspace’s founder has made appearances on daytime and late night talk shows along with Hollywood celebrities and Washington…

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Blank Randomized Controlled Trial

This blank randomized controlled trial template is a good starting point for someone with experience. With a blank page (or canvas) there are so many possibilities. The same can be said for this template. It’s a two-arm study (experiment and control) with simple randomization.   …

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ProofPilot’s Visual Protocol Designer Template

Once you’re seated at your desk (ProofPilot’s protocol designer needs a big screen so doesn’t work with a mobile phone), this is the first template everyone should start with. It will help you understand how to read the ProofPilot Visual Protocol Designer, otherwise known as the…

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Study Tasks to Innovate Regulated Interventional Drug Trials

Study tasks are the basic building blocks of all ProofPilot studies. Every study is made up of a series of tasks tied together with rules and organized into study arms. 

Credibility of health information sources

Credibility of health Information Sources

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Mobile Device Access

Assesses availability and type of mobile phone device.

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Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index

The Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index (PSQI) is a self-report questionnaire that assesses sleep quality over a 1-month time interval.[1] It consists of 19 individual items generating seven “component” scores: subjective sleep quality, sleep latency (i.e., how long it takes to fall asleep), sleep duration, habitual…

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