Personalized Reminder & Information Management System to support older adults with MCI (PRISM study)

Updated on 23 November 2020


This study is looking for people over the age of 65 who have mild cognitive impairment. The study is testing the effects of a computerized reminder system.


Study schedule
-All study visits will be completed in your home or over the phone/Zoom.
At the start of the study:
-You will answer questions about your health, cognition, and activities.
During the study:
-You will have three training sessions. 
-You will use the computerized reminder system.
-You will have monthly check-in phone calls.
-You will repeat the study-start activities.
-You will answer questions about using computerized reminder system.
The study will end after about five months.

Study activities may include: 
-Answering questions about your health, cognition, and activities, which may be in the form of interview-style conversations, paper-and-pencil or online questionnaires, computer tests, and/or other activities.
-Having training sessions to use the computerized reminder system.
-Using the computerized reminder system.
-Talking on the phone.
-Giving feedback about the computerized reminder system.

Treatment or experiment details: 
-The computerized reminder system (Personalized Reminder & Information Management System: PRISM) uses a tablet computer (iPad or similar). It is intended to support people who have mild cognitive impairment with memory problems. 
-This study is interested in how people use the computerized reminder system, what features are most useful, and what other features might be beneficial.
-Information from this study will be used to improve the computerized reminder system in the future.

Condition Mild Cognitive Impairment, *Healthy Volunteers
Clinical Study IdentifierTX249043
Last Modified on23 November 2020


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Inclusion Criteria

Is your age greater than or equal to 65 yrs?
Gender: Male or Female
Do you have any of these conditions: Mild Cognitive Impairment or *Healthy Volunteers?
You could be eligible for this study if
You are 65 or older
You have mild cognitive impairment
You can read English at the 6th grade level
You may not be eligible for this study if
You have a severe impairment of your eyesight or hearing, even with glasses or hearing aids
You have a severe movement disorder or a terminal illness
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