The LAMP smartphone app collects multiple, customizable data streams from a user.
LAMP also offers activities that encourage mindfulness and and self-reflection.
Record thoughts, write lists, and make notes. Journal entries are date and time stamped so previous entries can be recalled and read at any time.
Enter medication information in a calendar to receive daily reminders, track intake, and ensure prescriptions are refilled in time.
Collect and save favorite images and quotes to an album. The Hope Box is a digital scrapbook of positive moments.
Work with trusted peers or health care team to identify personal signals of anxiety, sadness, or unease and record coping mechanisms.
Watch a soothing video to refocus energy and attention. Add an audio recording to customize the sound.
Select an image to “uncover” by sliding finger over screen until the image is revealed.
Enter a goal, small or big, and opt in/out of customized related reminders. The Goal Setter also lets users mark goals as complete and keeps track of completed goals.
Offload negative thoughts or feelings by writing them down. Thoughts appear as bubbles that are popped and disappear afterwards.
The dashboard allows both you and the user to view the information that was collected from the smartphone app.
View survey results, game scores, and environment information in one place for easy data interpretation.
Users can take surveys directly on the dashboard and send results and messages directly to their family, friends, clinicians, or whoever they choose.
The LAMP Platform that powers the mindLAMP app is intuitively designed and engineered for clinical insights and research methods in digital medicine built upon its robust data server, protocol, and the Automations framework.
LAMP is currently used at over 15 institutions around the world as a clinical research tool. More sites are regularly added with interests in a variety of clinical use cases.
We use LAMP to augment mental health care in our Digital Clinic at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.
The Massachusetts Psychosis Network for Early Treatment (MAPNET) uses LAMP at their sites across Massachusetts.
mindLAMP is supported by the Natalia Mental Health Foundation and an Innovator Award from the Wellcome Trust
Frequently Asked Questions
is lamp only used for mental health?
No. Although we use LAMP for mental health research and clinical care, LAMP is currently being used for a variety of clinical use cases, including neurology and cardiology.
can i customize lamp to meet my needs?
Absolutely. Most features of LAMP are entirely customizable, including surveys, articles, and tips.
how much does lamp cost?
Nothing. LAMP is free to use and completely open source.
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