The effect of a nurse-led Haematology Survivorship Clinic on patient reported anxiety and unmet information needs

The effect of a nurse-led Haematology Survivorship Clinic on patient reported anxiety and unmet information needs

This pilot randomised controlled trial aims to reduce patient reported unmet informational needs in patients randomised to the intervention group through the provision of evidence-based, tailored information. Self-management plans will address optimal physical recovery, nutrition and physical activity recommendations, returning to work, sexual functioning, and psychological support, with the aim of reducing anxiety levels.

Current status:

Funded, open to recruitment

Current publications:

Systematic review of the tools used to assess the informational and practical needs of acute leukaemia and lymphoma survivors

Living with multiple myeloma: A focus group study of unmet needs and preferences for survivorship care

For more information contact:

Chief Investigator Leanne Monterosso, School of Nursing and Midwifery, The University of Notre Dame (leanne.monterosso@nd.edu.au, +61 8 9333 9765)