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Paediatricians’ perceptions of a potential online psychosocial
intervention for children with RAP
Paediatricians’ perceptions of a potential online psychosocial
intervention for children with RAP
• Have you ever heard ab...
Paediatricians’ perceptions of a potential online psychosocial
intervention for children with RAP
• RAP is common in child...
Paediatricians’ perceptions of a potential online psychosocial
intervention for children with RAP
Researchers
Rubén Nieto,...
Paediatricians’ perceptions of a potential online psychosocial
intervention for children with RAP
Aims
To evaluate paediat...
Paediatricians’ perceptions of a potential online psychosocial
intervention for children with RAP
Quantitative analyses. P...
Paediatricians’ perceptions of a potential online psychosocial
intervention for children with RAP
Quantitative analyses. P...
Paediatricians’ perceptions of a potential online psychosocial
intervention for children with RAP
Qualitative analyses :
P...
Paediatricians’ perceptions of a potential online psychosocial
intervention for children with RAP
• Paediatricians have a ...
Paediatricians’ perceptions of a potential online psychosocial
intervention for children with RAP
http://youtu.be/6IwcTOjS...
Paediatricians’ perceptions of a potential online psychosocial
intervention for children with RAP
Researchers
Rubén Nieto,...
Paediatricians’ perceptions of a potential online psychosocial
intervention for children with RAP
Thanks!!!
Acknowledgemen...
Paediatricians’ perceptions of a potential online psychosocial intervention for children with recurrent abdominal pain
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Paediatricians’ perceptions of a potential online psychosocial intervention for children with recurrent abdominal pain

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In this presentation the authors (Mercè Boixadós, Eulàlia Hernández Encuentra,Ruben Nieto Luna, Anna Huguet, Eva Aumatell) evaluate paediatricians’ perceived effectiveness of an online psychosocial intervention for children with recurrent abdominal pain (RAP). Also, to explore which elements of this intervention they would consider necessary when applied in the clinical context. METHODS:
A total of 131 paediatricians affiliated to Catalan and Balearic paediatric societies
completed an online survey about how effective they would perceive an online psychosocial
intervention for RAP (for reducing pain intensity, reducing disability and preventing chronicity)
and how this intervention should be carried out. Online and face-to-face psychosocial interventions are considered equally useful for children with mild disability, but a face-to-face psychosocial intervention is considered better for those with moderate and severe levels of disability.

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Paediatricians’ perceptions of a potential online psychosocial intervention for children with recurrent abdominal pain

  1. 1. Paediatricians’ perceptions of a potential online psychosocial intervention for children with RAP
  2. 2. Paediatricians’ perceptions of a potential online psychosocial intervention for children with RAP • Have you ever heard about RAP (Recurrent abdominal pain) or DAR (Dolor abdominal recurrent)? • Do you know any children with RAP? • Are online Psychosocial interventions effective? • Do Paediatricians prescribe psychosocial interventions?.... and online psychosocial interventions?
  3. 3. Paediatricians’ perceptions of a potential online psychosocial intervention for children with RAP • RAP is common in children (prevalence about 12%), it has no identifiable organic cause, and it affects their daily lives. • Psychosocial interventions are effective for children with RAP to improve their quality of life and reduce its consequences later in life. • Online interventions can help to increase access to treatments. • Paediatricians don’t prescribe psychosocial interventions, whether face-to-face or online. What is already known about RAP?
  4. 4. Paediatricians’ perceptions of a potential online psychosocial intervention for children with RAP Researchers Rubén Nieto, Mercè Boixadós , Eulàlia Hernández-Encuentra , Imma Beneitez, Elisabeth Aulet PSiNET research group, Internet Interdisciplinary Institute - Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Barcelona Anna Huguet, Patrick McGrath IWK Health Centre, Halifax, NS, Canada, Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS, Canada 2011-2013 PHASE DEVELOPMENT AND PRELIMINARY TEST OF DARWEB 2013-2016 PHASE IMPROVING DARWEB AND TESTING IT IN A CLINICALTRIAL Nieto Luna, R.; Hernández- Encuentra, E.; Boixadós, M.; Huguet, A. Beneitez, I. & McGrath, P. (2015). Testing the feasibility of DARWeb: an online intervention for children with FAP and their parents. The Clinical Journal of Pain Boixadós, M., Hernández Encuentra, E., Nieto Luna, R., Huguet, A. & Aumatell, E. (2014). Paediatricians’ perceptions of a potential online psychosocial intervention for children with recurrent abdominal pain. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health, 50(6), 449–454. doi:10.1111/jpc.12511 OBJECTIVE 1 Designing DARWeb V1 OBJECTIVE 1 Designing DARWeb V2 OBJECTIVE 2 Assessing the effects of DARWeb V2 through a randomized clinical trial OBJECTIVE 2 Pilot study with children and parents to assess the feasibility of the program
  5. 5. Paediatricians’ perceptions of a potential online psychosocial intervention for children with RAP Aims To evaluate paediatricians’ perceived efficacy and perceptions of an online psychosocial intervention for children with RAP Participants N=131 paediatricians 70.2% males 62% working in primary care services 76.3% with more than 10 years of experience M= 47.74 years old (SD=11.30) Measures Ad-hoc online survey combining open- and closed-ended questions Methods Mixed-methods concurrent study combining qualitative and quantitative data (QUAN+ QUAL).
  6. 6. Paediatricians’ perceptions of a potential online psychosocial intervention for children with RAP Quantitative analyses. Perceptions of the effectiveness of an online psychosocial intervention (face-to-face)
  7. 7. Paediatricians’ perceptions of a potential online psychosocial intervention for children with RAP Quantitative analyses. Perceptions of the effectiveness of an online psychosocial intervention (face-to-face)
  8. 8. Paediatricians’ perceptions of a potential online psychosocial intervention for children with RAP Qualitative analyses : Perceptions of an online psychosocial intervention for children with RAP: Characteristics, and advantages and disadvantages • “Easy and attractive design “ • “Clear and coherent contents “ Characteristics of an online psychosocial intervention • “Accessible and comfortable “ • “Cheap, reduces costs of consultations” Main Advantages • “Depersonalized, lack of personal relationships and verbal communication“ • “Neglect, difficulty to control and monitor” • “Difficulties with access and with the use of ICT” • “Distrust” Main Disadvantages
  9. 9. Paediatricians’ perceptions of a potential online psychosocial intervention for children with RAP • Paediatricians have a positive attitude towards using online psychosocial interventions for RAP, expecting them to be effective. • Face-to-face interventions for children with RAP are preferred to those delivered online. • Online interventions should be easy to use, attractive and have quality contents in order to be applied in a clinical context. What does this paper add to the topic?
  10. 10. Paediatricians’ perceptions of a potential online psychosocial intervention for children with RAP http://youtu.be/6IwcTOjSUKU
  11. 11. Paediatricians’ perceptions of a potential online psychosocial intervention for children with RAP Researchers Rubén Nieto, Mercè Boixadós , Eulàlia Hernández-Encuentra , Imma Beneitez, Elisabeth Aulet PSiNET research group, Internet Interdisciplinary Institute - Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Barcelona Anna Huguet, Patrick McGrath IWK Health Centre, Halifax, NS, Canada, Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS, Canada 2011-2013 PHASE DEVELOPMENT AND PRELIMINARY TEST OF DARWEB 2013-2016 PHASE IMPROVING DARWEB AND TESTING IT IN A CLINICALTRIAL Nieto Luna, R.; Hernández- Encuentra, E.; Boixadós, M.; Huguet, A. Beneitez, I. & McGrath, P. (2015). Testing the feasibility of DARWeb: an online intervention for children with FAP and their parents. The Clinical Journal of Pain Boixadós, M., Hernández Encuentra, E., Nieto Luna, R., Huguet, A. & Aumatell, E. (2014). Paediatricians’ perceptions of a potential online psychosocial intervention for children with recurrent abdominal pain. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health, 50(6), 449–454. doi:10.1111/jpc.12511 OBJECTIVE 1 Designing DARWeb V1 OBJECTIVE 1 Designing DARWeb V2 OBJECTIVE 2 Assessing the effects of DARWeb V2 through a randomized clinical trial OBJECTIVE 2 Pilot study with children and parents to assess the feasibility of the program
  12. 12. Paediatricians’ perceptions of a potential online psychosocial intervention for children with RAP Thanks!!! Acknowledgements This work has been funded with a grant from the Fundació La Caixa (Recercaixa2012). PSINET is a research group recognized and supported by the Catalan Government (SGR09-197; SGR2014-585).

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