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Adaptive Framework for Medication Adherence Phone Support



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Oct 19, 2023
Event Start Time
12:00 pm to
Event End Time
1:00 pm
Location - People View

United States

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The mHealth Research Affinity Group is hosting a seminar:

Adaptive Framework for Medication Adherence Phone Support


Caitlin S. Sayegh, PhD

Assistant Professor, Clinical Pediatrics, University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine

Psychologist, Children's Hospital Los Angeles

Dr. Sayegh is a clinical scientist implementing evidence-based care with diverse adolescents at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles and contributing to intervention science through research and training. Her research focuses on behavior change processes and mobile health interventions to improve self-management skills among youth with chronic medical conditions.

Researchers at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles have developed and tested a human-delivered mobile health intervention called Cell Phone Support for promoting medication adherence among youth with diverse chronic medical conditions. To improve the scalability of Cell Phone Support, the researchers are using human-centered design procedures to re-format Cell Phone Support as an adaptive intervention, with a computer-delivered foundation of problem-solving interventions and responsive human coaching offered to youth who do not respond sufficiently to computer-delivered support alone. This talk will highlight the Cell Phone Support evidence developed at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles so far, and describe the adaptive framework proposed for a new, more scalable, version of Cell Phone Support.

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