Optimizing eHealth breast cancer interventions: which types of eHealth services are effective?

Abstract

Little is known about the effective elements of Interactive Cancer Communication Systems (ICCSs). A randomized trial explored which types of services of a multifaceted ICCS benefited patients and the nature of the benefit. Women with breast cancer (N=450) were randomized to different types of ICCS services or to a control condition that provided internet… (More)

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@article{Baker2011OptimizingEB, title={Optimizing eHealth breast cancer interventions: which types of eHealth services are effective?}, author={Timothy B. Baker and Robert Hawkins and Suzanne Pingree and Linda J. Roberts and Helene McDowell and Bret R. Shaw and Ron Serlin and L. R. Dillenburg and Christopher M. Swoboda and Jeong-Yeob Han and James A Stewart and Cindy L Carmack-Taylor and Andrew L. Salner and Tanya R. Schlam and Fiona McTavish and David H. Gustafson}, journal={Translational behavioral medicine}, year={2011}, volume={1 1}, pages={134-145} }