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17:48 EDT 25th June 2019 | BioPortfolio

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Kentucky LEADS Collaborative: Lung Cancer Survivorship Care Program

The objective of the Kentucky LEADS Lung Cancer Survivorship Care Program is to develop, administer and evaluate the impact of a comprehensive psychosocial survivorship care program for individuals diagnosed with lung cancer and their caregivers to improve lung cancer survivorship and delivery of high-quality lung cancer care. The investigators hypothesize that the Kentucky LEADS Lung Cancer Survivorship Care Program will demonstrate improved quality of life, better symptom con...


PC 360 Survivorship

Prostate Cancer Survivorship 360º is a collaboration-based initiative involving prostate cancer (PC) and survivorship researchers/clinicians from three Canadian prostate centers with the goal of identifying and tracking unmet supportive care needs of patients with localized PC and responding to these needs through survivorship care. The current randomized control trail (RCT) will focus on the development and evaluation of a facilitated electronic Prostate Cancer Survivorship C...

Increasing the Dose of Survivorship Care Planning in Improving Care and Outcomes in Prostate Cancer Survivors Receiving Androgen Deprivation Therapy

This trial studies how well increasing the dose of survivorship care planning improves care and outcomes in prostate cancer survivors receiving radiation therapy and androgen deprivation therapy. There is a need for coordinated care between the cancer care team with the primary care team. This is especially important for prostate cancer survivors who need routine cancer care follow-up with their radiation oncologist and also coordinated routine follow-up with their primary care...


Survivorship Care in Reducing Symptoms in Young Adult Cancer Survivors

This randomized clinical trial studies survivorship care in reducing symptoms in young adult cancer survivors. Survivorship care programs that identify the needs of young adult cancer survivors and ways to support them through the years after treatment may help reduce symptoms, such as pain, fatigue, sleep disturbance, depression, and distress, in young adult cancer survivors.

Patient Navigation in Cancer Survivorship at a Safety Net Institution

This study seeks to enroll patients receiving a Survivorship Care Plan following curative therapy for cancer. Participants will be randomly assigned to receive usual care or to be followed by a Patient Navigator as part of their Survivorship Care Plan.

Studying Survivorship Care Plans in Head and Neck Cancer

The study will focus on survivorship care for head and neck cancer patients cared for within Duke Cancer Center clinics. Standardized survivorship care plans (sSCP) are being implemented based on the American Society for Clinical Oncology's criteria. These documents provide a summary of treatment received, and list side effects and follow-up information after cancer treatment. Taking advantage of this transition, the investigator will study three groups of patients: (a) early s...

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Quality of Life and Survivorship Care in Patients Undergoing Hyperthermic Intraperitoneal Chemotherapy (HIPEC)

RATIONALE: An orientation and patient education program and telephone counseling may help improve the quality of life in patients with peritoneal surface malignancies. PURPOSE: This clinical trial studies quality of life and survivorship care in patients undergoing surgery and chemotherapy for peritoneal surface malignancies.

Survivorship After Head And Neck Cancer: Patient Care and Adherence to Follow-up (SHARE)

The aim of the study is to establish the highest level of evidence to evaluate treatment summary and survivorship care plans (TSSPs) by comparing patients who receive a TSSP to those who receive usual care. Hypothesis: HNC patients who receive the intervention of the TSSP will have an increased rate of implementation of recommendations for their needs, greater adherence with follow-up schedules, improved quality of life and improved satisfaction with post-treatment care. ...

Polaris Oncology Survivor Transition (POST) System

The POST's public health impact is likely to be substantial because it will improve cancer survivorship planning, which is currently an important deficiency in cancer care recognized by the Institute of Medicine and the American College of Surgeons. The POST may have many potential benefits for patients such as: 1. improved long-term health outcomes; 2. improved psychosocial outcomes and quality of life; 3. smoother transitions back into old and new life roles; ...

Navigated Early Survivorship Transition in Improving Survivorship Care Planning in Patients With Newly Diagnosed Stage I-III Breast, Lung, Prostate, or Colorectal Cancer and Their Caregivers

This randomized pilot clinical trial studies the Navigated Early Survivorship Transition (NEST) intervention in improving survivorship care planning in patients with newly diagnosed stage I-III breast, lung, prostate, or colorectal cancer and their caregivers. A survivorship care planning delivered to survivors and their primary caregivers may improve psychosocial well-being, patient and caregiver engagement, and adherence to treatment and follow-up recommendations. It is not y...

Survivorship Care Plan in Promoting Physical Activity in Breast or Colorectal Cancer Survivors in Wisconsin

This randomized pilot clinical trial studies how well survivorship care plan works in promoting technology-based physical activity in breast or colorectal cancer survivors in Wisconsin. A survivorship care plan may help doctors to better understand how they can help people who have been diagnosed with cancer to become more physically active. It is not yet known whether a standardized cancer survivor plan used as part of routine care or a technology-based physical activity inter...

QOL Assessment in Cancer Survivors Integrated Into Routine Clinical Care

This observational cohort study of patients who received cancer treatment (of any modality) in the last 18 months are evaluated by the use of a validated QOL tool (FACT-GP) and are evaluated via telephone or in person or both. Patients with high-risk for unmet needs or distress as determined by the FACT-GP are referred to an in-person Multidisciplinary Cancer Survivorship Clinic. This is considered standard of care at the investigator's institution and is part of the continuous...

Simplifying Survivorship Care Planning

OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study is to identify an SCP process that is patient-centered, effective in promoting appropriate survivorship care and can be successfully implemented for patients with different types of cancer who are being treated in a broad range of clinical settings. There is a need for research related to SCP that prioritizes outcomes that are most highly valued by patients, caregivers and clinical stakeholders.

Breathe Anew for Lung Cancer Survivorship

Survivorship programs have become an integral component of modern cancer care programs. In Canada, there has been tremendous success for survivorship programs for breast, prostate, and colorectal cancer, however lung cancer survivorship programs have not been widely developed. The complexity of the disease, high mortality, short survival times, high cost of surveillance, and patient habits have traditionally been barriers against the success of lung cancer survivorship programs...

A Survivorship Care Plan and Embedded Navigation Tool

This is a parallel group, multisite prospective clinical study. The purpose of this study is to evaluate whether ASCENT enables patients to adhere to the survivorship guidelines and improves coordination of care to address patient needs.

Mindfulness Intervention to Improve Symptomology Among Cancer Survivors; Focus on Sleep and Stress Improvement

Mindfulness has been shown to help stress, fatigue, sleep complaints, and other symptoms but has not been extensively studied in cancer survivors. This study will enroll cancer survivors at the Greenville Health System Cancer Institute Center for Integrative Oncology and Survivorship to undergo the Mindfulness Based Cancer Survivorship (MBCS) four-week program, with assessments before, immediately after, and three months after the intervention. Results of the study will be used...

Mindfulness Meditation or Survivorship Education in Improving Behavioral Symptoms in Younger Stage 0-III Breast Cancer Survivors (Pathways to Wellness)

This randomized phase III trial studies how well mindfulness meditation or survivorship education work in improving behavioral symptoms in younger stage 0-III breast cancer survivors. Behavioral interventions, such as mindfulness meditation, use techniques to help patients change the way they react to environmental triggers that may cause a negative reaction. Survivorship education after treatment may reduce stress and improve the well-being and quality of life of patients with...

Feasibility Study of the Head and Neck Survivorship Tool: Assessment and Recommendations (HN-STAR)

This study is being done to understand how survivors of head and neck cancer think they can make HN-STAR (the Survivor Self-Assessment, the survivorship clinic experience, and the Survivorship Care Plan the best it can be. Once the investigators have your input and input from other survivors, they can make changes to HN-STAR, so that they can test this tool in a larger study. The larger study will tell them whether using HN-STAR improves the care of head and neck cancer survivo...

Effectiveness of a Psycho-educational Group (PEG) Intervention on Supportive Care and Survivorship Issues in Early-stage Breast Cancer Survivors Who Have Received Systemic Treatment

As cancer mortality rates improve in Asia, there is an increasing focus on patient-reported outcomes and survivorship issues. In view of the numerous medication and psychosocial issues that are commonly faced by early-stage breast cancer survivors, it deems important to develop and conduct specific interventional programs to mitigate these problems. In the literature, it is well recognized that psychosocial interventions are effective to manage emotional distress and quality of...

Interactive Cancer Communication System (ICCS) Directed Physical Activity Enhancement for Colon Cancer Survivors

This study will develop and test the benefits of a new ICCS (Interactive Cancer Communication System), a mobile Comprehensive Health Enhancement Support System (Survivorship CHESS) in colon cancer survivors. Survivorship CHESS will provide information, tools, and a support system based on our previous work with FRESH START and CHESS, two highly successful interventions that have promoted lifestyle change among cancer patients and survivors. Survivorship CHESS will be designed ...

Effectiveness of the Advocate Lutheran General Survivorship Center Programs

The objective of this study is to assess the effectiveness of the Advocate Lutheran General Survivorship Center's Programs by measuring the following outcomes of interest on participating patients: 1. Quality of life 2. Distress level 3. Satisfaction with the Survivorship Program General Hypothesis: Patients who participate in at least four classes in a two month period will have higher scores on the post-class satisfaction, quality of life, and distress ...

Community Cancer Centers Pilot Patient Survey

Background: - Studies suggest that cancer patients diagnosed and treated in a facility with multi-specialty care and clinical research may live longer and have a better quality of life than patients treated elsewhere. - The NCI Community Cancer Centers Pilot Program (NCCCP) is a 3-year program to test the concept of a national network of community cancer centers to expand cancer research and deliver the most advanced cancer care to Americans in...

Advance Care Planning GuideTailored for Primary Care Patients

this project seeks to: validate results of ACP framework pilot study in a larger randomized controlled trial (rates and quality of ACP documentation) prior to using participatory design to develop an Electronic Health Record (EHR)-tethered patient portal delivered ACP communication guide, tailored for use in busy primary care settings, incorporating patients, caregivers, and primary care providers

Evaluation Study of Fear of Cancer Recurrence: Detection, Measure and Risk Factors in Lymphoma Survivorship

Cancer survivorship has become an important aspect of oncology research due to the risk of physical and psychosocial complications. These latter concerns 50 % of patients. So, the aim of this research is to measure frequency and intensity of one of these issues: the fear of cancer recurrence (FCR) in the lymphoma survivorship beginning, at M0.

Physical Activity Platform to Improve Bone Health in Cancer Survivors

Cancer treatment-induced bone loss and the subsequent risk of fractures in both men and women impacts not just survivors' quality of life, but is also a significant burden on national health care. Clinical studies have reported that moderate-intensity resistance exercises prevent a decline in bone health in female cancer survivors, and that strength training may reduce complications associated with cancer such as fatigue, muscle wasting, and bone loss. Unfortunately, only a sma...


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