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Assessment of Survivor Concerns

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    John Yen
    Penn State University
  • Date:
    08/03/2012 3:30 PM
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How about positive affect?

While I agree with the positive comments posted earlier, is it possible to include positive affect? This can make the measure even more comprehensive for care planning.

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    Carrie Stricker
    University Of Pennsylvania
  • Date:
    05/30/2012 11:19 PM
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Cancer and Health Worry

Using in ongoing pilot study of SCPs and baseline data show good variability - will have data on sensitity to change. We included this measure as we felt it was important to assess not only possible positive effects of SCPs, but potential negative consequences as well (e.g., does knowledge of possible late effects increase cancer related worry?)

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    Katherine Sterba
    Medical University of South Carolina
  • Date:
    05/29/2012 1:35 PM
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Easy to administer

I have used this instrument in breast cancer survivors and head and neck cancer survivors from the end of treatment to 2-year followup and find it easy to administer over time and a nice brief screener.

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    Jennifer Griggs
    University of Michigan
  • Date:
    05/27/2012 5:59 PM
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Cancer and Health Worry

Agree the measure is useful and appropriate.

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  • By:
    Fran Zandstra
    University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
  • Date:
    05/23/2012 10:38 AM
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Cancer and Health Worry

Agree taht this is an important measure in survivorship care planning. Brief and therefore woul work well in the clinical setting.

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    Alicia Rosales
    St. Luke's Health System
  • Date:
    05/17/2012 11:00 AM
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Good Screen

Addresses reasonable outcomes for survivorship care planning and is brief enough to be used in a clinical setting.

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    Ellen Beckjord
    RAND
  • Date:
    05/15/2012 1:08 PM
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Brief screener -- I like it!

This measure would tap into issues of importance in survivorship care and represents outcomes that we could reasonably expect to be affected by strong care planning.

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(Last Updated: 7/8/2015 10:32:12 AM by Morgan Finn)

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