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Uptake and adherence to an online intervention for cancer-related distress: older age is not a barrier to adherence but may be a barrier to uptake

Beatty, Lisa; Kemp, Emma; Binnion, Claire; Turner, Jane; Milne, Donna; Butow, Phyllis; Lambert, Sylvie; Yates, Patsy; Yip, Desmond; Koczwara, Bogda


Purpose: While online interventions are increasingly explored as an alternative to therapist-based interventions for cancer-related distress, limitations to efficacy potentially include low uptake and adherence. Few predictors of uptake or adherence to online interventions have been consistently identified, particularly in individuals with cancer. This study examined rates and predictors of uptake and adherence to Finding My Way, a RCT of an online intervention versus an information-only online...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2017
Type: Journal article
Source: Supportive Care in Cancer
DOI: 10.1007/s00520-017-3591-1
Access Rights: Open Access


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