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The long-term goal of this research is to develop new tools to guide patients, caregivers, and clinicians in making individualized decisions regarding colorectal cancer (CRC) surveillance. As part of a Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute-funded contract, principal investigator will analyze surveillance data to determine the effectiveness of CRC surveillance and recurrence risk taking into account different patient and tumor characteristics; identify key issues about CRC surveillance important to patients, caregivers, and clinicians; and integrate the recurrence risk and patient priorities into a patient-centered, risk stratified surveillance strategy by creating an interactive decision aid for use by patients and clinicians.
The specific aims of the study are:
Aim 1 - Determine the effectiveness of surveillance of colorectal cancer patients following curative resection and the factors associated with recurrence treatment eligibility.
Aim 2 - Identify key priorities for surveillance that are important to patients and clinicians through stakeholder engagement.
Aim 3 - Develop a patient-centered risk-stratified surveillance strategy utilizing a novel, interactive, decision aid to facilitate shared decision making.
This protocol addresses a formative step in the creation of the interactive decision aid where patients' information needs and preferences are assessed regarding decisions about surveillance.
The specific aims of this protocol are:
Phase 1 - To interview patients and their caregivers to determine their concerns, preferences and key priorities regarding surveillance after curative resection of colorectal cancer, and
Phase 2 - To refine the key priorities identified in phase 1 through focus groups and surveys with patients and caregivers.
Up to 180 patients and their caregivers will participate.
Observational Model: Cohort, Time Perspective: Prospective
Interviews - Colorectal Cancer Participants, Questionnaire, Focus Groups, Interviews - Caregivers of Colorectal Cancer Participants
M.D. Anderson Cancer Center
Published on BioPortfolio: 2015-03-12T02:38:22-0400
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