Mobile App for Mood in Pregnancy (Ginger iO)

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University of Pennsylvania

Status

Completed

Conditions

Depression
Mood Disorders

Treatments

Other: No Intervention

Study type

Observational

Funder types

Other
Industry

Identifiers

NCT02761720
821784

Details and patient eligibility

About

The Mobile Mood Tracking App study is a small randomized trial of acceptability and usability of a mobile phone mood tracking application (mobile app) among women with depressed mood in pregnancy. The study will be assessing the perceived value and usability of this tool in pregnancy over eight weeks to test whether women using this app are more likely to receive assessments and treatments of depressed mood than women not using it.

Enrollment

72 patients

Sex

Female

Ages

18+ years old

Volunteers

No Healthy Volunteers

Inclusion criteria

* Positive screening for elevated depression symptomatology (PHQ-9 score must be greater than or equal to 5.)

Exclusion criteria

* Women with pregnancies of less than 33 weeks gestation.

Trial design

72 participants in 3 patient groups

MyPennMedicine (MPM)
Description:
Participants assigned to this arm downloaded only the MyPennMedicine mobile app.
Treatment:
Other: No Intervention
MPM and Ginger iO
Description:
Participants assigned to this arm downloaded both the MyPennMedicine mobile app and Ginger iO mood tracking app.
Treatment:
Other: No Intervention
Lottery
Description:
Participants assigned to this arm downloaded both the MyPennMedicine mobile app and Ginger iO mood tracking app. They were also given a lottery incentive if they completed 70% of the daily mood ratings.
Treatment:
Other: No Intervention

Trial contacts and locations

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