A qualitative interview study exploring the psychological health impacts of the SPIN-CHAT program among people with systemic sclerosis at the onset of COVID-19: perceptions of trial participants and research team members

Amanda Wurz, Delaney Duchek, Kelsey Ellis, Mannat Bansal, Marie-Eve Carrier, Lydia Tao, Laura Dyas, Linda Kwakkenbos, Brooke Levis, Ghassan El-Baalbaki, Danielle B. Rice, Yin Wu, Richard S. Henry, Laura Bustamante, Sami Harb, Shannon Hebblethwaite, Scott B. Patten, Susan J. Bartlett, John Varga, Luc Mouthon, Sarah Markham, Brett D. Thombs & S. Nicole Culos-Reed
Explore trial participants’ and research team members’ perceptions of the impact of the videoconference-based, supportive care program (SPIN-CHAT Program) during early COVID-19 for individuals with systemic sclerosis (SSc). Data were collected cross-sectionally. A social constructivist paradigm was adopted, and one-on-one videoconference-based, semi-structured interviews were conducted with SPIN-CHAT Trial participants and research team members. A hybrid inductive-deductive approach and reflexive thematic analysis were used. Of the 40 SPIN-CHAT Trial participants and 28 research team members approached,...
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