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The goal of this pilot study is to develop and test a couple-based intervention to increase sun protection practices. First, the investigators will develop the intervention website, Sun Safe Partners online. Next, the investigators will gather feedback and preferences for content in a small sample of couples who do not regularly engage in sun protection practices. The investigators will also gather preliminary information regarding the impact of the couple-based intervention.

Clinical Trial Description

Aim 1: To develop and evaluate the feasibility of a couple-based sun protection intervention. Aim 2: To examine the impact of the couple-based sun protection intervention on sun protection practices, individual attitudes, relationship perspective on sun protection, and couples' discussion with each other and their supportive communications about sun protection. Aim 3: To develop and refine a SunSafe Partners online intervention. This process includes refining existing intervention content drawn from the first phase of this pilot research as well as formative and usability studies to obtain user-generated feedback on additional content and the approach. Aim 4: To gather pilot data on participation in and evaluations of the Sun Safe partner's intervention from Aim 3. Arm 1: Web-based intervention called Sun Safe Partners Online Arm 2: Generic Online Sun Safety Information intervention- 4 links emailed to participants ;

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NCT number NCT04549675
Study type Interventional
Source Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
Status Completed
Phase Phase 3
Start date May 1, 2019
Completion date November 30, 2020

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