Clinical Trial

Improving Nutrition and Weight Gain During Pregnancy

Study Description

A Smartphone Intervention for WIC Mothers to Improve Nutrition and Weight Gain During Pregnancy

The study will test the effectiveness of a smartphone-based behavior modification program adapted for use in Women, Infants, and Children program in a state-wide, randomized controlled trial in 432 low-income women enrolled in the Louisiana Women, Infants, and Children program.

Location

Locations Selected Location

Methods

No pharmaceutical medication involved No pharmaceutical medication involved
Patients and healthy individuals accepted Patients and healthy individuals accepted

Behavioral - Healthy Beginnings

The program includes a 24 week intensive behavior modification program that targets healthy gestational weight gain through self-monitoring of weight and activity data, automated prescriptive feedback from the smartphone application, personalized feedback from counselors and, evidence-based behavioral intervention delivered throughout pregnancy.

Additional Information

Official Study Title

SmartMoms in WIC: A Smartphone Intervention for WIC Mothers to Improve Nutrition and Weight Gain During Pregnancy

Clinical Trial ID

NCT04028843

ParticipAid ID

e31gOb