While most psychosocial and behavioral digital health interventions have been designed to be consumed by an individual, intervening at the level of a dyad – two interdependent individuals – can more comprehensively address the needs of both individuals and their relationship. The clinical utility of the dyadic digital health intervention approach, as well as the practical implementation of this design, will be demonstrated via three examples: eSCCIP, FAMS, and OurRelationship.
Shaffer, Kelly M.; Mayberry, Lindsay S.; Salivar, Emily Georgia; Doss, Brian D.; Lewis, Amanda M.; and Canter, Kimberly, "Dyadic Digital Health Interventions: Their Rationale and Implementation" (2022). Department of Pediatrics Faculty Papers. Paper 126.
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