Project ID: 2020_001_SHO_01
Research has shown participating in regular exercise may have quality of life and physical functioning benefits for people treated for cancer, and there is evidence that it may also impact on survival outcomes. This project aims to examine the types of exercise support currently available to people diagnosed with breast, haematological and reproductive cancers, and to examine thoughts and preferences around exercise programs as a recovery and prevention tool.
The researcher: Dr Camille Short
Dr Camille Short is a Senior Research Fellow at the University of Melbourne, jointly appointed between the Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences and Melbourne School of Health Sciences (Department of physiotherapy). Her research aims to improve survivorship care by increasing access to high quality multi-disciplinary exercise support through innovative technologies that bridge the gap between what is available in clinic and what is available at home.
Who is eligible?
You are eligible to participate in this project if you have been diagnosed with a breast, haematological (leukemia, lymphoma or myeloma) or reproductive (vulva, vaginal, cervical, uterine, fallopian tubes, ovarian, testicular) cancer in the last 5 years.
What does this project involve?
If you agree to take part in this project you will be asked to complete a short online questionnaire.
Where is the project being conducted?
This project is being conducted by the University of Melbourne. As it is an online study, it can be done at a time and place convenient for you.
How do I express interest in participating?
To get more information about this project:
- Click on “Yes, I’m interested” at the bottom of this page and follow the prompts.
- Call us on 1300 709 485 and we can help you through the process. Register4 is an online register, so have your email address ready.
After we verify your details, we will send you an invitation email. The invitation email formally asks whether you give Register4 permission to forward your contact details to the researcher. You will also have the opportunity to specify which contact details you would like us to send to the researcher on your behalf.