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Professor Linda Sharp
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Despite the growing evidence base for supported self-management for the improvement of quality of life, there is a lack of widespread implementation of self-management interventions for cancer survivors. We propose fve key areas that, if addressed, would optimise the development and evaluation of these interventions, namely: (1) improving intervention adaptability to diferent survivor populations; (2) establishing intervention acceptability (and feasibility); (3) ensuring systematic description of interventions, their content, and active ingredients; (4) conducting process evaluations; and (5) assessing cost-efectiveness. These areas are an essential prerequisite for translation of self-management interventions from research into routine cancer care.
Author(s): Rimmer B, Sharp L
Publication type: Article
Publication status: Published
Journal: Journal of Cancer Education
Print publication date: 01/12/2021
Online publication date: 02/05/2021
Acceptance date: 25/04/2021
Date deposited: 04/05/2021
ISSN (print): 0885-8195
ISSN (electronic): 1543-0154
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