Barriers to active self-management following treatment for head and neck cancer: Survivors' perspectives.

@article{Dunne2018BarriersTA,
  title={Barriers to active self-management following treatment for head and neck cancer: Survivors' perspectives.},
  author={Simon Dunne and Laura Coffey and Linda Sharp and Aileen Timmons and Deirdre Desmond and Rachael Gooberman-Hill and Eleanor M O'Sullivan and Ivan Keogh and Conrad V I Timon and Pamela Gallagher},
  journal={Psycho-oncology},
  year={2018},
  volume={27 10},
  pages={
          2382-2388
        }
}
OBJECTIVE Active self-management practices may help head and neck cancer (HNC) survivors to deal with challenges to their physical, functional, social, and psychological well-being presented by HNC and its treatment. This study investigates the factors perceived by HNC survivors to act as barriers to their active self-management following primary treatment. METHODS In this qualitative study, 27 HNC survivors identified through 4 designated cancer centres in Ireland participated in face-to… CONTINUE READING
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