We hypothesize that “Moving On” is a critical missing link in the SOC to reduce impairments and improve confidence to manage impairments. Our research has positioned us to pilot test the “Moving On” education intervention to address (a) self-management of BC-related impairments via patient-centered booklet and video each impairment identified by our BCS; (b) instruction on self-management of impairments with the “Moving On” booklet andvideo (Attachment 4.1); and (c) weekly follow-up (up to 1 month after the end of BC treatment) to answer questions, concerns and review “Moving On”. Our research also supports a small but growing number of studies that point to selfmanagement interventions informed by rehabilitation as a means to fill this gap in usual care. Goal 1: Assess satisfaction and acceptability of “Moving On” intervention at the time of BC survivorship plan execution. Goal 2: Estimate potential effects of the “Moving On” intervention compared to usual care on detection and and self-efficacy to manage impairments and self-efficacy before and after enrollment in the Moving On Study pilot test (MOST-PT).
|Effective start/end date
|9/1/17 → 8/31/19
- Northwestern Memorial Hospital (NMH #11 Exhibit B.9 Signed 10/04)
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