Published on in Vol 24, No 9 (2022): September

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/38359, first published .
Co-Development of a Web Application (COVID-19 Social Site) for Long-Term Care Workers (“Something for Us”): User-Centered Design and Participatory Research Study

Co-Development of a Web Application (COVID-19 Social Site) for Long-Term Care Workers (“Something for Us”): User-Centered Design and Participatory Research Study

Co-Development of a Web Application (COVID-19 Social Site) for Long-Term Care Workers (“Something for Us”): User-Centered Design and Participatory Research Study

Catherine H Saunders 1, MPH, PhD;  Ailyn Sierpe 1, MSc;  Gabrielle Stevens 1, PhD;  Glyn Elwyn 1, MSc, MD, PhD;  Matthew Cantrell 2, NHA;  Jaclyn Engel 1, BA;  Melissa Gonzalez 1;  Martha Hayward 3, BA;  Joellen Huebner 3, MPH;  Lisa Johnson 1, MBA;  Alejandro Jimenez 4;  Nancy Ruth Little 5, MPH, EdD;  Corinne McKenna 4, BA;  Manu Onteeru 1;  May Oo Khine 1;  Jacqueline Pogue 1, MPH;  José Luis Salinas Vargas 1;  Peter Schmidt 6, PhD;  Rachael Thomeer 1, BA;   CONFIDENT Study Long-Term Care Partners 1;  Marie-Anne Durand 1, 7, MSc, MPhil, PhD

1 The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy & Clinical Practice, Dartmouth College , Lebanon, NH, US

2 National Association of Health Care Assistants , Carl Junction, MO, US

3 Institute for Healthcare Improvement , Boston, MA, US

4 Yellow Lion Media , New York City, NY, US

5 Department of Public Health, East Carolina University , Greenville, NC, US

6 Department of Neurology, NYU Grossman School of Medicine , New York City, NY, US

7 Centre for Epidemiology and Research in Population Health, Université de Toulouse , Toulouse , FR

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