BRAVE: Building Resilience and Values Through E-health
The purpose of this study is to determine the feasibility and acceptability of tracking survivors' and their caregivers, stressors, affect, and symptoms using an electronic diary method, in the time period surrounding their routine check- up with their oncologist.
|Condition or Disease||Intervention/Treatment||Phase|
Arms and Interventions
|Other: Daily Diary Method Cohort
Participants will be asked to complete a self-report questionnaire that has been validated to assess daily affect. There are 5 items assessing positive affect (joyful, cheerful, happy, lively, proud) and 5 items assessing negative affect (miserable, mad, afraid, scared sad). The respondent is asked to rate these 10 different feelings on a 5-point Likert scale from 1, "not much or not at all" to 5, "a lot."
Other: Online survey questionnaire
Participants will complete a brief online survey every morning and evening within 1 hour of waking and 1 hour of going to sleep. The surveys will be a combination of measures used to assess affect, stress, and symptoms
Primary Outcome Measures
- Online survey questionnaire [21 days]
participants will complete a brief online survey every morning and evening within 1 hour of waking and 1 hour of going to sleep
11-25 years old
previously received a pediatric cancer diagnosis and treatment for such
completed cancer treatment <5 years ago, in remission
Own a smart phone or tablet
are English proficient
- no cognitive, motor, or sensory deficits that could preclude completion of study measures.
Contacts and Locations
|1||Stanford University||San Francisco||California||United States||94305|
Sponsors and Collaborators
- Stanford University
- Principal Investigator: Claudia Mueller, MD, PhD, Stanford University
Study Documents (Full-Text)None provided.