/manager/Index ${session.getAttribute("locale")} 5 Adherence to multiple health behaviours in cancer survivors: a systematic review and meta-analysis /manager/Repository/uon:36889 5 years) survivors (PE 25%; 95% CI, 14%, 36%). Adherence to multiple behaviours improved over time since 2007. Conclusion: Adherence to physical activity, dietary, and multiple lifestyle behaviours recommendations was low amongst cancer survivors. Recent cancer survivors were relatively more adherent to WCRF/AICR recommendations compared to long-term survivors. Implications for Cancer Survivors: Health promotion programs help support healthy lifestyle behaviours of cancer survivors.]]> Wed 15 Jul 2020 11:42:42 AEST ]]> Physical activity and health-related quality of life in young adult cancer survivors: a Canadian provincial survey /manager/Repository/uon:12229 Sat 24 Mar 2018 08:08:07 AEDT ]]> Projections of cancer prevalence by phase of care: a potential tool for planning future health service needs /manager/Repository/uon:17307 Sat 24 Mar 2018 08:01:48 AEDT ]]> A qualitative synthesis of trials promoting physical activity behaviour change among post-treatment breast cancer survivors /manager/Repository/uon:20196 Sat 24 Mar 2018 07:51:30 AEDT ]]> The role of the GP in follow-up cancer care: a systematic literature review /manager/Repository/uon:26140 Sat 24 Mar 2018 07:35:29 AEDT ]]> How do different delivery schedules of tailored web-based physical activity advice for breast cancer survivors influence intervention use and efficacy? /manager/Repository/uon:26047 Sat 24 Mar 2018 07:31:29 AEDT ]]> A systematic review and meta-analysis of social cognitive theory-based physical activity and/or nutrition behavior change interventions for cancer survivors /manager/Repository/uon:28997 n = 12) revealed a significant intervention effect for physical activity (standardized mean difference (SMD) = 0.33; P < 0.01). Most studies (six out of eight) that targeted dietary change reported significant improvements in at least one aspect of diet quality. No SCT constructs were associated with intervention effects. There were no consistent trends relating to intervention delivery method or whether the intervention targeted single or multiple behaviors. Conclusions: SCT-based interventions demonstrate promise in improving physical activity and diet behavior in cancer survivors, using a range of intervention delivery modes. Further work is required to understand how and why these interventions offer promise for improving behavior. Implications for Cancer Survivors: SCT-based interventions targeting diet or physical activity are safe and result in meaningful changes to diet and physical activity behavior that can result in health improvements.]]> Sat 24 Mar 2018 07:29:24 AEDT ]]> Social-ecological correlates of physical activity in kidney cancer survivors /manager/Repository/uon:23937 age= 64.4 ± 11.1 years, 63.2 % male, and 82.2 % having localized kidney cancer. In the final multivariate model, meeting PA guidelines was associated with disease stage (OR = 0.25, p =.005), having drug therapy (OR = 3.98, p =.009), higher levels of instrumental attitudes (OR = 1.66, p =.053), higher levels of intention (OR = 1.72, p =.002), and the perceived presence of many retail shops in the neighborhood (OR = 1.37, p =.032). Conclusions: Meeting PA guidelines in KCS were associated with various aspects of the social-ecological model. Implications for Cancer Survivors: Understanding the social-ecological correlates for PA can provide insight into future interventions designed to increase PA in KCS. Prime targets for PA promotion should consider treatment-related factors, promote the benefits of PA, and enhance positive perceptions of the built environment.]]> Sat 24 Mar 2018 07:10:11 AEDT ]]> Prevalence and factors related to smoking and smoking cessation 6 months following a cancer diagnosis: a population-based study /manager/Repository/uon:27929 Mon 23 Sep 2019 10:15:52 AEST ]]>