The Significance of Tailored, Web-Based Information on Experiences Regarding Perceived Self-Management in Ovarian Cancer Patients in the Diagnostic Phase-An Experimental Study

@article{Thygesen2016TheSO,
  title={The Significance of Tailored, Web-Based Information on Experiences Regarding Perceived Self-Management in Ovarian Cancer Patients in the Diagnostic Phase-An Experimental Study},
  author={M. Thygesen and K. A. Holt and O. Mogensen},
  journal={Open Access Journal},
  year={2016},
  volume={1},
  pages={00016}
}
  • M. Thygesen, K. A. Holt, O. Mogensen
  • Published 2016
  • Medicine
  • Open Access Journal
  • Cancer patients can experience a low self-management, which is associated with burn out and negatively associated with health-related quality of life. Patient-provider time at hospitals is often short and patients can lack knowledge, communication and support. We aimed to evaluate the influence of a healthcare-professional developed website, available to both patients and relatives, on patients’ experienced self-management before surgery for ovarian cancer. In an experimental study, Danish… CONTINUE READING

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