University of Utah
For more information, see ClinicalTrials.gov NCT02779725
This project will determine the most important and cost effective components of SymptomCare@Home, a new approach to cancer chemotherapy symptom care that has been shown to reduce problematic symptoms through automated daily monitoring, self-management coaching, and oncology team follow-up care using decisional support for patients at home when their symptoms are most likely at their worse. Once the key parts of the intervention and its cost effectiveness are known, it can be moved into everyday cancer care.
AT, DSS, Nurse Practitioner, SCC, Symptom Severity
Kathleen Mooney, PhD