Last updated on February 2020

TARA Working Prototype Engagement Evaluation: Feasibility Study

Brief description of study

TARA is a Digital Behaviour Change Intervention (DBCI) for individuals with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)(IwCOPD), which has been designed using a Human-Centred Design (HCD) methodology. HCD involves, among other elements, members of the target audience in evaluations at multiple stages within the design process.

This feasibility study is primarily designed to assess the acceptability of the DBCI test asset to the target audience. Acceptability as defined for the purpose of this study includes usability of the system, and perceived value and desirability to the end-user audience. As such, engagement in this context is deemed to mean the degree to which the test asset provides a usable, acceptable, desirable and valuable experience to its users during a time-limited trial.

Clinical Study Identifier: NCT04085302

Recruitment Status: Closed

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