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Diabetes and Depression Text Messaging Intervention

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Diabetes and Depression Text Messaging Intervention

The main aim of the "Diabetes and Mental Health Adaptive Notification Tracking and Evaluation" trial (DIAMANTE) is to test a smartphone intervention that generates adaptive messaging, learning from daily patient data to personalize the timing and type of text-messages. We will compare the adaptive content to 1. a static messaging intervention with health management and educational messages and 2. a control condition that receives a weekly mood message. The primary outcomes for this aim will be improvements in physical activity at 6-month follow-up defined by daily step counts.

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Behavioral - DIAMANTE Adaptive

In a three arm randomized controlled trial we will examine the effect of a text-messaging smartphone application to encourage physical activity in low-income ethnic minority patients with comorbid diabetes and depression. The adaptive intervention group receives messages chosen by a reinforcement learning algorithm.

Behavioral - DIAMANTE Static

The static intervention group receives health information text-messages, typical of existing text-messaging interventions for diabetes and depression.

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Improving Diabetes and Depression Self-management Via Adaptive Mobile Messaging

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NCT03490253

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