PHR for SDM

Using Personal Health Record Technology for Shared Decision Making as Routine Practice for Diabetic Youth

If you are 18-24yrs with T1D, contact daviss@uvic.ca to participate in this research study!

This research asks how personal health record (PHR) technology can be designed and implemented to facilitate shared decision making (SDM) for diabetic youth aged 18-24yrs in a manner which confirms its integration in clinical practice to support self-management decision-making. The researchers are interested in the perceptions of patients and providers about the likelihood of successfully implementing such a system.

The research will be carried out in two sequential phases over a four months period. Participation in phase 1 is one hour (online/ phone meeting) and requires participants to validate a functional model for the system followed by a brief phone interview. Participation in phase 2 is also one hour (online/ phone meeting) and requires completing an online survey and a phone interview.

The study invites patients aged 18-24yrs with T1DM and their care providers (nurse, dietician, endocrinologist, diabetologist) to participate in phase 1 and 2 .

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