Usability of the Promoting Healthy Sleep Program
Title: Usability of the Promoting Healthy Sleep Program
Description: We are inviting parents/caregivers to participate in a study titled Usability of the Promoting Healthy Sleep Program. This new study is aiming to evaluate an online program that provides training to healthcare providers about assessing and treating pediatric insomnia (i.e., difficulties falling and staying asleep) in children ages 5 to 12 years. While we have received feedback on this program directly from healthcare providers, we would also like to hear parents and caregivers views of this program. Having participants with lived experience review the program and participate in an interview will help us modify the program and give healthcare providers applicable information about pediatric insomnia that will help other parents and children with insomnia.
We are inviting parents and caregivers who currently have a child aged 5 to 12 years old that has insomnia/insomnia symptoms and who live in Canada.
Participants will have 3 weeks to review the professional development program. The program is approximately 2 hours long. Once participants have finished reviewing the program, they will participate in a 20 to 30-minute virtual interview.
Project lead: Alzena Ilie, Supervisor: Dr. Penny Corkum
Study Dates: October 17, 2023 to March 31, 2024
Study Website: https://betternightsbetterdays.ca/promoting-healthy-sleep