Implementation of culturally appropriate eHealth intervention (eTED) to empower culturally and linguistically diverse populations in responding to heart disease symptoms

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Description

The Time, Ethnicity and Delay (TED) Study aims to address the inequities and accessibility of cardiac care to improving cardiovascular health outcomes and increasing quality of life among culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) population. The first phase of TED Project (TED Study I-III) was conducted in 2013-2016 and established specific knowledge and evidence in delay in seeking medical care for chest pain among CALD populations. The eTED Project is a second phase aiming to translate evidence into practice by establishing culturally appropriate eHealth intervention (eTED program). The eTED Project consists of two phases, including the pilot phase and the main study phase. The pilot phase aims to examine the feasibility, acceptability and cost benefit analysis of the eTED program before confidently implementing a main study phase in communities.
Short titleeHealth program (eTED) to empower multicultural population in responding to heart disease
AcronymeTED
StatusActive
Effective start/end date1/04/2131/05/24

Keywords

  • heart disease, delay, ethnicity, eHealth

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