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Applying Human-Centered Design to the Development of an Asthma Essentials Kit for School-Aged Children and Their Parents

2 days ago   |   By Journal of Pediatric Health Care

This study aimed to design and test an asthma essentials kit to support parent-child shared asthma management. Fourteen children with asthma and their parents participated in this study. Development of the asthma essentials kit involved a generative phase, focused on understanding and designing to meet user needs, and an evaluative phase, which entailed narrowing, evaluating, and refining the asthma essentials kit. As is typical in human-centered design, analysis was iterative throughout the design process such that findings informed each subsequent phase.
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