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To demonstrate the initial feasibility and determine preliminary impact on clinical outcomes of the iCanCope-NF program in a pilot RCT. If successful this pilot study will support conducting a larger randomized control trial (RCT). The primary research question is what is the feasibility of the iCanCope-NF program? The investigators define feasibility as (1) rates of accrual and dropout, daily log-ins, engagement, and outcome measures completed and (2) perceptions regarding intervention acceptability and satisfaction; and what are the levels of engagement. log-ins, with the intervention? The secondary questions are: (1) how does the iCanCope-NF program compare with the control condition in differences of pain and pain-related activity limitations, sleep functioning, emotional functioning (depression, anxiety), opioid usage, pain catastrophizing, self-efficacy, respondent burden (i.e. Physical Functioning, R, Vitality, Social Functioning, Role-Emotional, and Mental Health), and psychological flexibility immediately post-treatment (T2), (2) does the iCanCope-NF + CM increase the engagement of the iCanCope-NF program as compared to iCanCope-NF without CM, and do their corresponding levels of pain and pain-related activity decrease with CM?, and (3) do individuals with NF1 utilize the MBAA to help reduce pain symptoms? The investigators hypothesize that by customizing and including MBAA to the program for adults with NF1, that individuals who engage regularly as seen through Analytics Platform for Evaluating Effective Engagement (APEEE) application, will acquire new sets of skills to facilitate pain management, while pain as reported with the Brief Pain Inventory will decrease.

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NCT number NCT04561765
Study type Interventional
Source Yale University
Status Completed
Phase N/A
Start date March 1, 2021
Completion date September 6, 2022

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