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An investigation of the daily experiences of cancer survivors preparing for follow-up appointments: An ecological momentary assessment study

Have you been diagnosed with cancer? Have you completed cancer treatment(s)? Have you scheduled or are you planning to schedule a follow-up appointment? We are trying to understand how follow-up appointments impact the everyday health and wellbeing of cancer survivors. We are seeking men and women (age 30-75) who have completed treatments for cancer (stages 0-3), and have a scheduled or plan to schedule a follow-up cancer screening appointment in the next 30 days. In this study, you will be asked to: - Attend two remote sessions with a Penn State researcher via Zoom or phone call - Complete two online surveys - Carry around a study smartphone for 2 weeks to answer brief surveys throughout the day Participants in this study can receive up to $160 compensation for their time. If you are interested in learning more about this study or would like to find out if you are eligible, please contact our study team at (814) 424-5601 or email
Jillian Johnson at or 814-424-5601
18 year(s) or older
This study is NOT accepting healthy volunteers
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Inclusion Criteria:
Adult (aged 30-75)
Cancer diagnosis (stage 0 through 3 only)
Completed primary cancer treatment at least 3 months prior to participating
Have a scheduled or plan to schedule a follow-up cancer screening appointment in the next 30 days
Fluent in English
Exclusion Criteria:
No cancer diagnosis, or diagnosis of Stage 4 cancer
No access to desktop/laptop computer with active internet connection
Diagnosis of psychiatric disorder AND recent hospitalization
Visual impairments that would prevent use of mobile device or computer use
Severe cognitive impairment
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State College, PA