Stepped-Care Telehealth for Distress in Rural Cancer Survivors

Mental health issues in post-treatment adult cancer survivors are associated with multiple adverse outcomes and may represent a cancer health disparity for rural survivors. The purpose of this study is to test a stepped-care approach tailored to symptom severity based on recent American Society of Clinical Oncology guidelines for reducing emotional distress (anxiety and/or depressive symptoms) and improving secondary outcomes (sleep disturbance, fatigue, fear of recurrence, quality of life) in rural, post-treatment cancer survivors in community oncology settings and to examine intervention costs. The resultant intervention will have great potential for widespread dissemination since it will be manualized, delivered by telephone, and comprised of modules to allow customized treatments for individuals with different cancer types.

Research Base: Wake Forest University Health Sciences
NCT ID: NCT03060096
NCI Protocol Number: WF-30917CD
Status: Recruiting

For more information see ClinicalTrials.gov

Interventions

Severe Anxiety/depression: High Intensity Stepped Care; Moderate Anxiety/depression: Low Intensity Stepped care; Enhanced Usual Care Control

Condition

Anxiety, Depressive Symptoms, Sleep Disturbance, Recurrent Disease, Fatigue, Quality of Life, Cancer

Trial Type

Cancer Care Delivery Research (CCDR)

See a list of participating sites on ClinicalTrials.gov


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