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SLEEP INTERVENTION FOR KIDS AND PARENTS (SKIP STUDY)

 

AN ASTHMA SHARED MANAGEMENT PILOT STUDY

Study enrollment is closed.

PURPOSE

Pilot test SKIP, a web-based tailored intervention for sleep deficiency in 6-to-11 year-old children with asthma and their parents.


Study Aims: To describe the feasibility, acceptability and preliminary efficacy of a novel Sleep Intervention for Kids and Parents (SKIP). Parent and child primary sleep outcomes were total sleep time (TST), wake after sleep onset (WASO), sleep efficiency (SE), and bedtime range.

DESIGN

Sleep-deficient 6 to 11-year-old children with asthma and their parents were enrolled in this 8-week single-group intervention study.  The 8-week shared management intervention included weekly online educational modules, goal setting, and progress reporting.

FINDINGS

STUDY TEAM

Jennifer Sonney, Principal Investigator

Co-investigators:

  • Hilaire Thompson

  • Carol Landis

  • Michelle Garrison

  • Teresa Ward

Kenneth Pike, Statistician

Ana Carolina Sauer Liberato, Graduate Student Assistant

 

STUDY MODULES

 

PUBLICATIONS & PRESENTATIONS

 
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SKIP STUDY PRESENTATIONS

2019 Western Institute of Nursing
2019 NINR Center Director's Meeting

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SKIP STUDY POSTERS

2019 NINR Center Director's Meeting
2018 NINR Center Director's Meeting

FUNDING

 
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This pilot project was supported by the National Institute for Nursing Research award P30NR016585, “Center for Innovation in Sleep Self-Management.”