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NCT ID: NCT04509154 Completed - Chronic Pain Clinical Trials

Effectiveness of the Multicomponent Therapy in Chronic Pain Through The Use of Smartphones

NO+PAIN
Start date: October 30, 2017
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

Chronic pain is one of the pathological processes with the greatest impact on the demand of health services. The cost of this process in Spain according to the results is 2.5% of Gross Domestic Product (Breivik, Collett, Ventafridda et al. 2006).Mainly affects women and in it psychological, behavioral and psychological factors converge (Cöster, Kendall, Gerdle et al. 2008). The role of gender as a social determinant of health is known (Stansfeld, 2006). Multidisciplinary and not only pharmacological intervention stands as a desirable paradigm for addressing this type of health problem, and it is considered necessary to standardize treatment in this regard. Thus, psychological constructs such as the concept of "catastrophization" have demonstrated the relationship between suffering and the displacing experience (Wade, Riddle, Price, Dumenci, 2011) and the psychological framework of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy has also revealed its positive effect. . The rise of new technologies makes it necessary to give added value to the use of digital mobile devices for its potential contribution to the health care of the population, given its immediacy, widespread use, possibility of interaction and increase of the margin of accessibility to health services. The present project aims to demonstrate that multidisciplinary and combined intervention of pharmacological therapies with specific psychological therapies along with the use of mobile digital devices can improve the management and evolution of chronic pain.

NCT ID: NCT03605446 Not yet recruiting - Acceptance, Social Clinical Trials

Protein for Life: Towards a Focused Dietary Framework for Healthy Ageing. Consumer Assessment of High Protein Biscuits

Protein4Life
Start date: July 30, 2018
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

As part of the Protein for Life project, design rules have been established which outline the processes which need to be considered when designing higher protein products. These design rules have been used to create a range of exemplar higher protein biscuits. Consumer feedback is needed to validate the set of design rules. This project will assess the consumer acceptance of higher protein biscuits made from plant and animal based proteins.