AN ASTHMA SHARED MANAGEMENT PILOT STUDY
Improving Asthma Care Together (IMPACT) is a new health app designed to help parent-child teams better manage asthma together. IMPACT was co-designed with parent-child teams and the IMPACT study team. We incorporate symptom and asthma control monitoring with asthma shared management skill building.
Refine the IMPACT app in collaboration with children with asthma and their parents during a series of usability sessions.
Determine the feasibility, acceptability and initial efficacy of IMPACT on the primary outcomes (asthma responsibility, self-efficacy) and secondary outcomes (medication adherence, asthma control and quality of life).
Aim 1 - We are using rapid cycle usability testing with parent-child dyads via think aloud sessions, surveys and semi-structured interviews to iteratively refine IMPACT, with a final program emerging for pilot testing in Aim 2.
Aim 2 - We will pilot test IMPACT with 60 parent-child dyads in an eight-week pilot randomized controlled trial (RCT). Data will be collected at baseline, throughout the intervention, post-intervention, and at an 8-week follow-up.
IMPACT App Refinement
IMPACT Intervention Protocol
Sonney J, Ward T, Thompson HJ, et al. Improving Asthma Care Together (IMPACT) mobile health intervention for school-age children with asthma and their parents: a pilot randomised controlled trial study protocol. BMJ Open 2022;12:e059791. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2021-059791
Preliminary IMPACT Development
Sonney, J., *Duffy, M., *Xiao, L., *Langhauser, E., & *Teska, D. (2019). Applying human-centered design to the development of an asthma essentials kit for school-age children and their parents. Journal of Pediatric Health Care, 33(2): 169-177.
Jennifer Sonney, Principal Investigator
Hilaire Thompson, PhD, ARNP,
Emily Cho, UW HCDE
Chris Cheng, UW HCDE
Mollie Killion, UW Nursing
Kristine King, UW School of Public Health