Development of a Text Message-based Headache Diary in Adolescents and Children

Danielle J. Kellier

AHSAM 2020 - Poster session
Published on September 17, 2020

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Key messages

  • These authors examined the feasibility of a text message-based diary for collecting daily headache symptoms, disability, and medication use in 51 adolescent and children participants with headache
  • Text messages appear to be a promising method for collecting patient-reported data
  • Compliance ≈ paper diary in CHAMP trial, but electronic time stamps ensure real-time collection
  • Podcast by Danielle J. Kellier

Key messages

  • These authors examined the feasibility of a text message-based diary for collecting daily headache symptoms, disability, and medication use in 51 adolescent and children participants with headache
  • Text messages appear to be a promising method for collecting patient-reported data
  • Compliance ≈ paper diary in CHAMP trial, but electronic time stamps ensure real-time collection

Podcast by Danielle J. Kellier

Danielle J. Kellier
MD-PhD Student
Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Danielle Kellier is a MD-PhD student in the Epidemiology Program and Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. She completed a B.A in Biology at New York University and spent a cumulative 5 years conducting research in developmental psychology at both New York University and Stanford University prior to starting her training as a physician-scientist.

Danielle J. Kellier, n/a: I do not have any relevant financial / non-financial relationships with any proprietary interests.



Headache
Headache Disorders in Children and Adolescents


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