Cultural translation and feasibility testing of the Norwegian iCanCope with PainTM app aimed at reducing pain and improving health-related quality of life in a school-based population of adolescents with persistent pain.
The iCanCope with PainTM app is an existing self-managment app comprised of evidenced and theory-based features.
Descripe the translation and cultural adaption of the app into the Norwegian context, and evaluate the app's usabilty using a phased approach.
To describe the experience of pain, HRQOL and self-efficacy; and to explore the association between pain intensity and HRQOL testing for self-efficacy as a possible mediator in adolescents with persistent pain.
To determine the feasibility of an 8-week app-based self-managment intervention in a non-clinical population of adolescents with persistent pain aimed at reducing pain and improving HRQOL. Secondary, to explore possible differences in coutcomes between the intervention- and control group.