Breast Cancer Clinical Trial
Intervention to Improve the Delivery of Follow-up Care for Low-Risk Breast Cancer
This study tests a novel intervention designed to optimize needed survivorship care for low-risk breast cancer survivors while reducing burdensome care with limited health benefits. This study examines whether the intervention, titled REASSURE, improves survivors' preparedness for survivorship. 100 participants will be on study for up to 18 months.
The investigators plan a single site prospective, randomized, trial that will compare the effect of REASSURE on survivor preparedness against usual care. Survivors will be identified from breast oncology clinics within UW Health.
REASSURE is comprised of three components: 1) the REASSURE PRO assessment, which assesses survivors' symptoms and/or concerns, 2) a recommendation for or against a follow-up visit based on survivors reported symptoms /concerns using pre-established thresholds, and 3) REASSURE survivorship messaging.
Compare survivors' preparedness for survivorship with REASSURE versus usual care.
Determine the acceptability of REASSURE for survivors living in rural and non-rural areas.
Assess changes in survivor reported symptoms and number of follow-up visits with REASSURE versus usual care.
History of stage I, ER and/or PR positive, her2neu negative breast cancer
≥6-24 months from diagnosis
Willing to complete study procedures using email
Receipt of chemotherapy
Pregnancy, based on patient self-report. If a patient becomes pregnant during the study period, they will be removed from the study at that time.
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Madison Wisconsin, 53792, United States More Info
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