Case Study

Infant Crying/Fussing Case Study

Pediatrics

Objective

ObvioHealth was asked to conduct an observational study of infant crying and fussing.

Methodology

Caregivers recorded their infants’ crying/fussing and used the ObvioHealth app to provide feedback on their perception of each event through daily questionnaires and e-diaries. Mandatory training and ongoing communication with subjects minimized user-interface issues and improved data integrity.

Results

Reported crying/fussing frequency and duration was 2-3 times higher than audio-recorded events. Results provided insights into device functionality and human bias.

Case Study

Infant Crying/Fussing Case Study

Pediatrics
An Observational Study on Crying and Fussing Events in Babies

Objective

ObvioHealth was asked to conduct an observational study of infant crying and fussing.

Methodology

Caregivers recorded their infants’ crying/fussing and used the ObvioHealth app to provide feedback on their perception of each event through daily questionnaires and e-diaries. Mandatory training and ongoing communication with subjects minimized user-interface issues and improved data integrity.

Results

Reported crying/fussing frequency and duration was 2-3 times higher than audio-recorded events. Results provided insights into device functionality and human bias.

Case Study

Infant Crying/Fussing Case Study

Pediatrics

Objective

ObvioHealth was asked to conduct an observational study of infant crying and fussing.

Methodology

Caregivers recorded their infants’ crying/fussing and used the ObvioHealth app to provide feedback on their perception of each event through daily questionnaires and e-diaries. Mandatory training and ongoing communication with subjects minimized user-interface issues and improved data integrity.

Results

Reported crying/fussing frequency and duration was 2-3 times higher than audio-recorded events. Results provided insights into device functionality and human bias.

Case Study

Infant Crying/Fussing Case Study

Pediatrics

Objective

ObvioHealth was asked to conduct an observational study of infant crying and fussing.

Methodology

Caregivers recorded their infants’ crying/fussing and used the ObvioHealth app to provide feedback on their perception of each event through daily questionnaires and e-diaries. Mandatory training and ongoing communication with subjects minimized user-interface issues and improved data integrity.

Results

Reported crying/fussing frequency and duration was 2-3 times higher than audio-recorded events. Results provided insights into device functionality and human bias.

Case Study

Infant Crying/Fussing Case Study

Pediatrics

Objective

ObvioHealth was asked to conduct an observational study of infant crying and fussing.

Methodology

Caregivers recorded their infants’ crying/fussing and used the ObvioHealth app to provide feedback on their perception of each event through daily questionnaires and e-diaries. Mandatory training and ongoing communication with subjects minimized user-interface issues and improved data integrity.

Results

Reported crying/fussing frequency and duration was 2-3 times higher than audio-recorded events. Results provided insights into device functionality and human bias.

Case Study

Infant Crying/Fussing Case Study

Pediatrics

Objective

ObvioHealth was asked to conduct an observational study of infant crying and fussing.

Methodology

Caregivers recorded their infants’ crying/fussing and used the ObvioHealth app to provide feedback on their perception of each event through daily questionnaires and e-diaries. Mandatory training and ongoing communication with subjects minimized user-interface issues and improved data integrity.

Results

Reported crying/fussing frequency and duration was 2-3 times higher than audio-recorded events. Results provided insights into device functionality and human bias.

Case Study

Infant Crying/Fussing Case Study

Pediatrics

Objective

ObvioHealth was asked to conduct an observational study of infant crying and fussing.

Methodology

Caregivers recorded their infants’ crying/fussing and used the ObvioHealth app to provide feedback on their perception of each event through daily questionnaires and e-diaries. Mandatory training and ongoing communication with subjects minimized user-interface issues and improved data integrity.

Results

Reported crying/fussing frequency and duration was 2-3 times higher than audio-recorded events. Results provided insights into device functionality and human bias.

Case Study

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Participants in 
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