Dimitrios A. Koutoukidis

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Obesity, low-quality diet, and inactivity are all prevalent among survivors of endometrial cancer. The present review was conducted to assess whether these characteristics are associated with health-related quality of life (HRQoL). Electronic databases, conference abstracts, and reference lists were searched, and researchers were contacted for preliminary(More)
Author details Department of Women’s Cancer, EGA Institute for Women’s Health, University College London, London, UK. Health Behaviour Research Centre, Department of Epidemiology & Public Health, University College London, London, UK. Department of Gynaecological Oncology, Barts Health NHS Trust, Royal London Hospital, London, UK. Barts Cancer Institute,(More)
With rates of endometrial cancer survival increasing, there is growing interest about lifestyle behaviours that could improve quality of life and reduce the risk for chronic diseases. This study aimed to explore the attitudes, challenges and needs of endometrial cancer survivors regarding diet and physical activity. Sixteen UK-based endometrial cancer(More)
BACKGROUND Endometrial cancer survivors comprise a high-risk group for obesity-related comorbidities. Healthy eating and physical activity can lead to better health and well-being, but this population may experience difficulties adopting healthy lifestyle practices. Personalised behaviour change programmes that are feasible, acceptable and cost-effective(More)
OBJECTIVE Healthy eating and physical activity may help endometrial cancer survivors (ECS) improve their quality of life. However, most ECS do not meet the relevant guidelines. This pilot trial aimed to test the study feasibility procedures for a definitive trial of a behavioural lifestyle programme. DESIGN AND SETTING This 24-week parallel two-arm(More)
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