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NCT05546918First Published: 2022 Sep 22Updated Date: 2022 Sep 22

Users' Expectations and Co-design of a Digital Health Solution to Monitor Persisting Symptoms Related to COVID-19 Using Voice: a Mixed-methods Study

  1. Study Type
  2. Observational
  1. Study Aim
  2. Diagnostic/Prognostic
  3. Other
  1. Study Design
  2. Other
  1. Intervention Assignment
  2. Not Applicable
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Co-design of a Digital Health Solution to Monitor Persisting Symptoms Related to COVID-19 Using Voice

NCT05546918
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The UpcomingVoice project aims to co-design a digital health solution based on vocal biomarkers for screening and self-monitoring of frequently reported COVID-19-related symptoms with its end-users: 1) people with persisting COVID-19 related symptoms, with or without a Long COVID diagnosis and 2) healthcare professionals involved in the care of Long COVID patients. To achieve this objective the UpcomingVoice study will determine: - The needs, expectancies, acceptability, fears, barriers and leverages of the end-users regarding the use of voice to self-monitor or screen for Long COVID symptoms - The specifications that such a mobile application should meet in order to be considered acceptable and effective by its intended users in terms of technological aspects (type of device, type of voice recordings…), frequency of utilisation, design etc. The project consists in 2 separate parts : one anonymous online survey and one qualitative part based on semi-structured interviews and focus groups. The results of this study will be the specifications of a voice-based digital health solution