List of procedures and methodologies for the study of the economic impact
Guidelines for international implementation of the care model
Clinical and economic outcomes of the two strategies (proposed care model and care as usual) will be compared in model based decision analyses (decision trees). The economic analyses will evaluate cost-effectiveness (costs per clinical outcome and per QALY) based on pooled data from the three trial centres (Kuopio, Amsterdam and Barcelona), as well as per centre.
Report of the socioeconomic impact of the project results.
To obtain the CE mark approval for the exploitable results of the project
Report will include the lifestyle interventions, the information and data to be included by the patient as well as their frequency.
Midterm communication and dissemination plan, and report on dissemination activities
Project plan for the overall process of designing and developing the wearable device. Following steps will be considered: design input review, progress reviews and design out- review for verification.
Summary of all the dissemination activities performed during the project
The aim of the Management Handbook document is to give a quick and short overview of the most relevant project information, procedures and conditions for the partners within WOMEN-UP Project.
Report to confirm the evidence of home self-management of UI is at least as effective as the standard treatment at the hospital but with much less costs associated and with fewer disturbances for women and therapist.
Report of the results of the clinical evaluation in Amsterdam
Report to include the following issues: technical specifications of the ICT-based system, clinical guidelines for therapist and recommendations for women to get the best usability and adherence of the new treatment.
Report of the results of the clinical evaluation in Barcelona
Questionnaires to evaluate patient satisfaction
Report of the results of the clinical evaluation in Kuopio
Communication and dissemination plan and Communication material
Final report on game testing with volunteers, regarding the adherence to the treatment with serious game, patient empowerment and satisfaction
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Author(s): Diana Taut, Adriana Baban, Sebastian Pintea
Published in: International Journal of Psychology, Issue 51, 2016, Page(s) 658-712, ISSN 0020-7594
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Author(s): Montserrat Espunas Pons, Arnoud Kastelein
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Author(s): Arnoud W. Kastelein, Maarten F. A. Dicker, Brent C. Opmeer, Sonia S. Angles, Kaisa E. Raatikainen, Joan F. Alonso, Diana Tăut, Olavi Airaksinen, Linda D. Cardozo, Jan-Paul W. R. Roovers
Published in: International Urogynecology Journal, 2017, ISSN 0937-3462
Author(s): Diana Tăut, Sebastian Pintea, Jan-Paul W.R. Roovers, Miguel-Angel Mañanas, Adriana Băban
Published in: NeuroRehabilitation, Issue 41/1, 2017, Page(s) 105-118, ISSN 1053-8135
Author(s): Diana Taut, Sebastian Pintea, Adriana Baban
Published in: Behaviour Change: Making an Impact on Health and Health Services, Issue Annual, 2016, Page(s) 692
Author(s): Tăut, D., Pintea, S., Băban A. & WOMEN-UP Consortium
Published in: 30th Conference of the European Health Psychology Society/Division of Health Psychology/The European Health Psychologist, Issue vol 18. Supp, 2016, ISSN 2225-6962
Author(s): Tăut., D., Băban, A., Pintea, S., & WOMEN-UP Consortium
Published in: International Congress of Psychology/International Journal of Psychology, Issue 51, 2016, Page(s) 687, ISSN 0020-7594