Multi-Modal Methodology for Adapting Digital Health Tools to New Populations: Adaptation of the Video Information Provider (VIP) for Persons Living with HIV with HIV-Associated Non-AIDS (HANA) Conditions.
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Mohr, David C
Journal titleStudies in health technology and informatics
Publication Begin page1347
Publication End page1351
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AbstractThe goal of this study was to illustrate the translation of our extant eHealth intervention (VIP) into an mHealth app for persons living with HIV (PLWH) with HIV-Associated non-AIDS (HANA) conditions, a new clinical problem. We integrated different quantitative and qualitative methodologies from different disciplines to accomplish the task of adapting an eHealth system for a new set of clinical problems. Building off of our past development of the VIP website, we used a multi-modal, iterative user-centered design process to develop the VIP-HANA app. Our process was used to better understand the needs of a national sample of PLWH recruited online. Findings from the usability evaluation demonstrate a potentially useful and easy to use app. Integration of multi-modal methodologies from different fields to accomplish the tasks of adaptation and evaluation of a mobile app is an appealing, rigorous and useful approach.
CitationSchnall R, Liu J, Mohr DC, Bakken S, Hirshfield S, Siegel K, Stonbraker S, Cho H, Iribarren S, Voss J. Multi-Modal Methodology for Adapting Digital Health Tools to New Populations: Adaptation of the Video Information Provider (VIP) for Persons Living with HIV with HIV-Associated Non-AIDS (HANA) Conditions. Stud Health Technol Inform. 2019 Aug 21;264:1347-1351. doi: 10.3233/SHTI190446. PMID: 31438145; PMCID: PMC7262784.
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