Evidence-Based Research lead by the Precare Team

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Precare is devoted to developing evidence-based publications to support digital patient education and engagement efforts. To achieve this, research remains an integral pillar of our mission
Our multidisciplinary team continues to revolutionize patient education materials at the intersection of medicine, technology, and creative content
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The use of digital multimedia animations as preoperative guides in LMICs is feasible. It may help improve patient education and promote clinical benefits
The results of this randomized trial suggest that multimedia patient education platforms increase patient satisfaction and involvement in their surgical recovery by providing complementary information to traditional surgeon-led counseling in a clinical setting
The objective of this study is to assess the recent trends, acceptability, and effectiveness of digital maternal patient education through summarizing the literature
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a large portion of oncology consultations have been conducted remotely. We aimed to describe the development and implementation process of a web-based, animated patient education tool that supports oncology patients remotely in the context of fewer in-person interactions with health care providers
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Clinical Trials

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