Effectiveness of an integrated adventured-based training and health education programme in promoting the adoption and maintenance of regular physical activity among childhood cancer survivors
Background. Research indicates that increased survival rates are accompanied by an increase in associated physical and psychological problems. Whereas much of the attention has focused on the physiological care of childhood cancer survivors, the consequences of cancer and its treatments on psychological well-being remain relatively underexplored. Aims. The aims of the thesis were threefold: (1) describe the psychological well-being and quality of life; (2) assess the physical activity levels;...[Show more]
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