Lung Cancer Clinical Trial
The Transitions Project: Efficacy Trial
The aim of this study is to evaluate the efficacy of a brief psychoeducational intervention to improve quality of life in patients with lung cancer who are transitioning from active treatment to surveillance.
This is a randomized controlled trial to test the efficacy of a brief psychoeducational intervention relative to a control condition for improving quality of life in patients with lung cancer who are transitioning from treatment to surveillance.
In this study, participants will complete survey questions and will be randomly assigned to receive a 5-session program or a 1-session program.
It is expected that about 100 people will take part in this research study.
The American Lung Association is supporting this research by providing funding for the research study.
Age 21 or older
Able to read and respond in English
Diagnosis of non-small cell lung cancer or small cell lung cancer
Documented curative treatment plan including systemic therapy +/- radiation and +/- surgery
Completed cancer treatment within past 3 weeks
If final treatment is systemic therapy +/- radiation: within 3 weeks after cancer care team determination that treatment is complete
If final treatment is surgery: within 3 weeks after hospital discharge following surgery
Comorbid health condition that would interfere with study participation
Current participation in cognitive behavioral therapy treatment
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