Online education for high school students to reduce HIV and related sexual behavior risk

Project: Research project

Project Details


For this research proposal, Dr. Kathryn Macapagal will provide feedback on the online intervention development for adolescents as well as administrative and financial oversight for the website development process. In coordination with Dr. Macapagal, the RADD team will provide technical project management (see description below) and software development (see description below) expertise to create a new iteration of their pre-developed Rainbow platform that is specific to the proposed project. The Rainbow platform includes a mobile, tablet, and desktop friendly participant facing web application, with pre-built features necessary for successful learning-based eHealth intervention programs, and an administrative dashboard, which allows researchers to manage their participants, intervention content, module locking mechanism, and real-time data collection. In addition, the RADD team will provide technical support and will conduct extensive quality control testing of all features using multiple devices and browser throughout the development life-cycle and during the field trial.
Effective start/end date5/17/214/30/23


  • Boston University (4500003971 AMD1//5R21HD105482-02)
  • National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (4500003971 AMD1//5R21HD105482-02)


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