Giving health professionals tools to promote awareness and active participation by cancer survivors in their recovery, recuperation, and rehabilitation; helping to minimise the consequences of treatment, promote survival, health and well-being.
- Define self-management in the context of cancer survivorship
- Describe the role of health professionals in promoting self-management
- Identify tools and processes to assist promotion of self-management
Promoting self-management learning activity
Promoting self-management quiz
Gao WJ, Yuan CR. Self-management programme for cancer patients: a literature review. International Nursing Review. 2011;58:288-95.
NCSI & Research Work Stream Mapping Project. Summary and reports for: Bowel Cancer, Breast Cancer, Lung Cancer, Prostate Cancer, National Cancer Survivorship Initiative 2010.
Coster S, Norman I. Cochrane reviews of educational and self-management interventions to guide nursing practice: a review. International Journal of Nursing Studies. 2009;46(4):508-28.
Yuan C. Guest Editorial. Self-management: Where cancer nursing research will contribute for the coming decades. Cancer Nursing. 2010;33(5):329-30.
Battersby M, Lawn S. Capabilities for supporting prevention and chronic condition self-management: A resource for educators of primary health care professionals. Flinders University, Adelaide: Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing; 2009.
National Cancer Survivorship Initiative. Supported Self Management. 2011; Available from:http://www.ncsi.org.uk/what-we-are-doing/supported-self-management/.
Flinders Human Behaviour and Health Research Unit. The Flinders ProgramTM. Available from:http://www.flinders.edu.au/medicine/sites/fhbhru/self-management.cfm#Car....
National Health Priority Action Council (NHPAC). National Chronic Disease strategy. Canberra: Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing; 2006.
Whitehorse Division of General Practice. Navigating self-managment. A practical approach to implementation for Australian health care agencies. 2007.
Hawkes AL, Chambers SK, Pakenham KI, Patrao TA, Baade PD, Lynch BM, et al. Effects of a Telephone-Delivered Multiple Health Behavior Change Intervention (CanChange) on Health and Behavioural Outcomes in Survivors of Colorectal Cancer: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Clinical Oncology. 2013;31(18):2313-21.
DH, Macmillan Cancer Support & NHS Improvement. Living with & Beyond Cancer: Taking Action to improve Outcomes (an update to the 2010 The National Cancer Survivorship Initiative Vision). 2013.
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Resources for Health Professionals
- Chronic Disease Self-Management Support Model of Care, Australian Resource Centre for Healthcare Innovations
- Flinders Human Behaviour and Health Research Unit – centre for research, evaluation and development of chronic condition management.
- Stanford Self Management Programs, Stanford Patient Education Research Center
- Self Management Support Workstream Position Paper, National Cancer Survivorship Initiative
- Supported Self-Management Workstream PowerPoint presentation, National Cancer Survivorship Initiative
- Common models of chronic disease self-management support. A fact sheet for Primary Care Partnerships, Victorian Government
- Navigating self-management. A practical approach to implementation for Australian health care agencies
Resources for survivors
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