One size does not fit all: Participants’ experiences of the selfBACK app to support self-management of low back pain—a qualitative interview study

Tidsskriftartikel - 2022

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Low back pain (LBP) is one of the most common reasons for disability globally. Digital interventions are a promising means of supporting people to self-manage LBP, but implementation of digital interventions has been suboptimal. An artificial intelligence-driven app, selfBACK, was developed to support self-management of LBP as an adjunct to usual care. To better understand the process of implementation from a participant perspective, we qualitatively explored factors influencing embedding, integrating, and sustaining engagement with the selfBACK app, and the self-perceived effects, acceptability, and satisfaction with the selfBACK app.

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Svendsen MJ, Nicholl BI, Mair FS, Wood K, Rasmussen CDN, Stochkendahl MJ. One size does not fit all: Participants’ experiences of the selfBACK app to support self-management of low back pain—a qualitative interview study. Chiropractic and Manual Therapies 2022;30(1):.
doi: 10.1186/s12998-022-00452-2

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