Self-management Needs of Breast Cancer Survivors After Treatment: Results From a Focus Group Interview

Conclusions Our findings can contribute to the development of breast cancer survivorship care plans by emphasizing posttreatment SM. Implications for Practice Future SM support intervention for BCSs after treatment should focus on training SM skills, enhancing the survivor-provider relationship, and building survivor self-confidence.
Source: Cancer Nursing - Category: Nursing Tags: ARTICLES Source Type: research

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