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The present quasi-experimental study aims to compare the level of preventive behaviours amongst caregivers who will be instructed to operating one mHealth App or given a relevant instruction manual. To achieve this, a comparison between the behavior of caregivers before and after the intervention and a comparison between the two groups (intervention group with the control group) will be performed. Specifically, data within the two groups will be collected via an online questionnaire consisting of three parts: prior to the intervention (baseline), two (2) and four (4) months after the intervention. The self-administered questionnaire consists of fifty-two (52) questions and uses three valid and reliable scales with a part that was developed via a bibliography research and consultations from experienced specialists. The questionnaire scales have been translated from the English language to Greek.


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NCT number NCT05030935
Study type Interventional
Source University of Nicosia
Contact Giannis Polychronis, PhD(c)
Phone +35796206593
Email [email protected]
Status Not yet recruiting
Phase N/A
Start date September 1, 2021
Completion date August 1, 2022

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