Peer i-Coaching for Activated Self-management Optimization in Adolescents and Young Adults With Chronic Conditions

About the study

The purpose of this study is to test the efficacy of a peer support coaching intervention to
improve activated chronic illness self-management versus an attention control group in 225
adolescents and young adults with childhood onset chronic conditions.

Study point of contact

Gary Maslow, MD
919-797-5363
gary.maslow@duke.edu
Sharron L Docherty, PhD
919-668-3836
sharron.docherty@duke.edu

Locations

1 United States site

Age

16 to 22 Years

Phase

N/A

Study type

Interventional

Gender

All

Interventions

Behavioral

Compensation

Unknown

Gender Description

Self-representation of gender identity

participation requirements

– AYA 16 to 22 years

– Childhood onset chronic condition from 1 of 3 condition categories

– Read and speaks English

– Access to internet via computer or Smart Phone

– Access to telephone (Smart Phone not required as text feature can be accessed via
internet)

participation restrictions

– Diagnosed cognitive dysfunction

– Need for English translator

Locations

  • Durham, North Carolina, United States, Duke University, 27710 [Recruiting]
Last updated 2021-06-23