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Users vs Activities vs Sensors vs Studies Tab

Users#

When the clinician or researcher logs in, they will see the Patients tab. Here, there will be a list of patients they have added.

Each patient will have the following attributes:

Name#

A patient's name is automatically generated as a de-identified patient identifier, typically beginning with a U, followed by a random number of random digits. Clinicians and researchers are able to change this name.

Last Active#

This provides information about when the patient logged into the on the LAMP Platform. It is not representative of the last time the patient completed a survey or activity.

Indicators#

The data quality indicators are representative of the passive data quality. They will be green, yellow, red, or gray depending on how recently passive data has been collected for that patient.

Green means that a patient's passive data has been collected within the last two days.

Yellow means that a patient's passive data has been collected within the last week.

Red means that a patient's passive data has been collected within the last month.

Gray means that a patient's passive data has never been collected.

Study#

Study shows which study a patient is participating in. To filter patients by what study they are in select the drop down menu "Filter Results." To view patients in a selected study, click on the study's bubble underneath the search bar.

Activities#

A clinician or researcher can navigate to the activities page by selecting "Activities" on the left menu bar of the dashboard. Surveys and cognitive tests are examples of activities for patients.

The blue "Add" button is used to add activities and surveys manually or to import them.

Each activity will the following attributes:

Name#

The name of the activity describes what the activity itself is; for example, "Mood" would be the mood tracker survey).

Type#

Type indicates if an activity is a tip, survey, cognitive test, or breathe activity type. Tips are fed to the patient or participant through Learn, surveys through Assess, and cognitive tests and breathe activities through Manage.

Study#

Study indicates which study an activity is a part of. To filter activities by what study they are associated with, select the drop down menu "Filter Results." To view the activities in a selected study, click on the study's bubble underneath the search bar.

Sensors#

A clinician or researcher can navigate to the activities page by selecting "Sensors" on the left menu bar of the dashboard. GPS and heart rate are examples of sensors. The blue "Add" button is used to add sensors.

Each sensor will the following attributes:

Name#

The name of the sensor describes what the activity itself is; for example, "gps" would be the gps sensor).

Study#

Study indicates which study an sensor is a part of. To filter sensors by what study they are associated with, select the drop down menu "Filter Results." To view the sensors in a selected study, click on the study's bubble underneath the search bar.

Studies#

A clinician or researcher can navigate to the activities page by selecting "Studies" on the left menu bar of the dashboard.

The blue "Add" button is used to add sensors.

Name#

The name of the study.

Video Tutorials#

You can add a new study or group from either the "Users" tab or the "Studies" tab. See instructions below:

Video Explanation

You can add a user to an existing group. See instructions below:

Video Explanation

You are able to add a new user and a new group at the same time. You can also duplicate an existing group. See instructions below:

Video Explanation

Last updated on by Rebecca Bilden