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Research Priorities

Based on a series of meetings and workshops lead by consortium members, key research priorities for cancer survivorship research have been identified.

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Chasen MR, Feldstain A, Gravelle D, MacDonald N, Pereira J. Results of an interprofessional palliative care oncology rehabilitation program. Curr Oncol. Forthcoming 2013; 20(6).

Aubin M, Giguere A, Martin M, Verreault R, Fitch MI, Kazanjian A, et al. Interventions to improve continuity of care in the follow-up of patients with cancer. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2012;11(7).

Howell D, Hack TF, Oliver TK, Chulak T, Mayo S, Aubin M, et al. Models of care for post-treatment follow-up of adult cancer survivors: a systematic review and quality appraisal of the evidence. J Cancer Surviv. 2012;6(4):359-71.


Stephen J, Rojubally A, Macgregor K, McLeod D, Speca M, Taylor-Brown J, et al. Evaluation of CancerChatCanada: a program of online support for Canadians affected by cancer. Curr Oncol. 2013;20(1):39-47.

Jones JM, Cheng T, Jackman M, Walton T, Haines S, Rodin G, et al. Getting back on track: evaluation of a brief group psychoeducation intervention for women completing primary treatment for breast cancer. Psychooncology. 2013;22(1):117-24.

Loiselle CG, Edgar L, Batist G, Lu J, Lauzier S. The impact of a multimedia informational intervention on psychosocial adjustment among individuals with newly diagnosed breast or prostate cancer: a feasibility study. Patient Educ Couns. 2010;80(1):48-55.

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