Test mCerebrum for Opioid Study

Description

Testing Guidelines

Issue description: Opioid Study

Configuration: opioid-test.zip

Hardware (e.g., phone model):

  • Samsung S5

  • MSHRV+ (can be ignored)

Details:

  • Set medications from settings -> opioid lab study and check whether the related questionnaires appear in the EMA

  • Check morning and evening EMA (it will appear when the day is started/ended)

  • Receive 3 Random EMAs in each block (11:00 - 2:00, 2:00 - 5:00, 5:00 - 8:00)

  • Open Lab study app and do some marking

  • Find whether there's any typo

  • Check whether self-reported pain triggers the EMA.

  • Features requested by Patrick Finan are incorporated

Activity

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Shahin Samiei
November 30, 2018, 11:29 PM

Thanks . The opioidlabstudy application has been added to the AirWatch Launcher and should be configured correctly. After updating three phones to the latest mC software, I tested with the AirWatch Launcher and had no conflicts.

I will be glad to supplement Brian's full-day of testing when I return to the office on Tuesday.
Many thanks, all,
-Shahin

Brian Ahern
December 4, 2018, 12:30 PM
Edited

user: ba (12/3/2018)

Testing went very well. No issues, everything worked as expected from my perspective. Details are below.

8:13am – started day, received and completed morning EMA

8:15am – did some marking in Lab Study app

9:30am – self-reported using the pain medication button, EMA was triggered, I completed the EMA and confirmed it shows the same medications that I selected during Lab Study setup; I also confirmed that the sliding scales start at zero (MC‌-1108) and the body map is functioning properly (MC‌-1109)

10:17am – began wearing wrist sensor

11:49am – self-reported using the pain medication button, EMA was triggered, I selected to delay the EMA 10 minutes, then chose “start now” after one minute and completed the EMA

12:28pm – received and completed random EMA; confirmed the numerical scroll for cigarettes smoked is implemented when answering Yes I smoked a cigarette (MC‌-1110); I also confirmed the Cancel option has been removed from all EMA prompts (MC‌-1102)

12:50pm - stopped wearing wrist sensor

1:59pm - set privacy for 2 hours to test EMA delivery does not occur during privacy

3:59pm - privacy timer expired, within 30 seconds I received and completed random EMA

6:49pm - received random EMA, delayed 10 minutes to test the delay feature

6:59pm - received EMA prompt again, delay option was not available, completed survey

7:01pm - self-reported using the pain medication button, EMA was triggered, delayed 10 minutes to test the delay feature again

7:11pm - received EMA prompt again, completed survey

7:16pm - ended day, received and completed end-of-day EMA

Brian Ahern
December 4, 2018, 3:54 PM

, just to add - I tested this morning and confirmed that EMA prompts stop after 30 minutes if the user ignores them (). I will continue my testing today to ensure that EMA delivery and other features continue to work as expected on day 2 of testing.

-Brian

Shahin Samiei
December 4, 2018, 4:45 PM

Hi ,
So glad to see the software coming along so well! I will be glad to test the software today. I was looking at the morning EMA diary and noticed a typo on the first question:
"What time did you do to bed last night..." should be "What time did you go to bed last night...".
I'm using version 2.0.4-RC3 of the EMA app.
Let me know if any other information is useful,
-Shahin

Timothy Hnat
December 14, 2018, 3:44 PM

Wording has been corrected.

Done

Assignee

Timothy Hnat

Reporter

Monowar Hossain

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