Yes, you can use varioustrendline to get additional confirmation. For example, you can try 30 EMA on 15 min chart to be able to detect changes of trend direction.
At the same time, you can pay attention to the main elements of the trend according to the general trend theory (also known as Dow Theory), prescribing that each trend has several highs and lows, and in case of bullish trend or uptrend, each next high should be higher than the previous one, and each previous low should be also higher than the previous. When this order is broken, the trend is more likely to cease to exist. As usual, new trend starts when the price fails to make new lower low. In this case, downtrend is no longer valid, and the price starts consolidation before the upcoming reversal.
So, if you want to confirm the general uptrend on 1H, you should look for at least two lows, one higher than another, to draw an asending trendline.