iPeer2Peer Program for Adolescents With Inflammatory Bowel Disease

  • STATUS
    Recruiting
  • participants needed
    262
  • sponsor
    The Hospital for Sick Children
Updated on 25 September 2021
enteropathy

Summary

The iPeer2Peer program matches teens with Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) with an older mentor who has learned to manage their IBD well and can support them emotionally and socially. This study will compare two groups of teens: those who are in the iPeer2Peer program and those in the control group (no mentor).

Description

The iPeer2Peer program matches teens with Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) with an older mentor who has learned to manage their IBD well and can support them emotionally and socially. This study will compare two groups of teens: those who are in the iPeer2Peer program and those in the control group (no mentor).

The proposed trial aims to examine the impact of the iPeer2Peer program on self-management skills of youth with IBD (mentees) as well as health outcomes of peer mentors in the program. This innovative program leverages the Internet, commonly used by youth, to improve access and acceptability of self-management interventions while fostering social engagement in youth with IBD, thereby potentially improving HRQL.

Details
Condition Gastroenteritis, Intestinal Diseases, Inflammatory bowel disease, Bowel Dysfunction, inflammatory bowel diseases
Treatment Waitlist Control, iPeer2Peer program
Clinical Study IdentifierNCT03630146
SponsorThe Hospital for Sick Children
Last Modified on25 September 2021

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