Survivorship Care Plans and Telehealth Education for the Improvement of Access to Cancer Survivorship, the IMPACT Study
Complete title: IMPACT: Improving Access to Cancer Survivorship via Telehealth
|Eric Chow, MD
Research Study Description
This trial studies how well self-generated survivorship care plans and telehealth education works in improving knowledge and self-efficacy in cancer survivors living in rural areas. Patients living in rural areas often face barriers to survivorship care and report unmet needs. A survivorship care plan created by the patient (self-generated) may help them to better transition from oncology to primary care and improve communication between care teams in order to meet these needs and create better health outcomes. Telehealth is a way of delivering health care services from a distance, including patient education. Combining a self-generated survivorship care plan with telehealth education may help to improve knowledge and self-efficacy in cancer survivors.
Eligibility Criteria (must meet the following to participate in this
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Breast Cancer; Lung Cancer; Lymphoma; Prostate Cancer
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