Ovarian Cancer Clinical Trial
Feasibility and Evaluation of a Self-care App to Enhance Purposeful Living
In this pilot study, ovarian cancer survivors will be enrolled and followed for six months to evaluate usage of an eHealth app called "Purposeful".
This study will determine the feasibility and acceptability of Purposeful, the eHealth app. First, feasibility of enrolling ovarian cancer survivors to use Purposeful will be assessed. Secondly, the acceptability of the app among ovarian cancer survivors will be assessed, based on frequency of use and validated acceptability measures. Participants will be asked to complete other validated questionnaires so investigators may explore whether further research on the Purposeful app among ovarian cancer survivors is warranted. This will include correlations between use of the Purposeful app and the life purpose questionnaire score. Lastly, correlation between life purpose and quality of life in ovarian cancer survivors will be explored.
Diagnosis of ovarian cancer or treatment for ovarian cancer through the University of Michigan Gynecologic Oncology service
Completed primary treatment (either surgery alone or surgery + chemotherapy)
Ability to understand and the willingness to sign a written informed consent
Ability to speak and read English
There are no additional exclusion criteria for participation in this study.
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There is 1 Location for this study
Ann Arbor Michigan, 48109, United States
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