My name is Ayako Inohara, and I am part of a research team of Duke University School of Nursing. Eun-Ok Im, PhD, MPH, RN, CNS, FAAN and her colleagues at Duke University are conducting a research study to measure the effectiveness of a newly developed online program to improve the quality of life among breast cancer survivors with Asian background living in the U.S. The program is called TICAA "A Technology-based Information and Coaching/support program for Asian American women living with breast cancer."
Eligible participants who agree to join the study will be randomly assigned to two groups. Depending on the assigned group , each participant will be asked to 1) use the educational information, or 2) in addition to the education information, participate in the online forum and 1:1 coaching/support program for three months. Participants will be asked to complete a questionnaire in the total of three times. After completing the program, each participant will receive $ 50 e-gift card.
TICAA project team
TICAA Project Team
Duke University School of Nursing
- Asian American woman who live in the U.S. of aged 21 years and older
- Had a breast cancer diagnosis in the past five years
- Can read and write English, Mandarin Chinese, Korean or Japanese
- Access to the Internet
- Identify sub-ethnicity as Chinese, Korean, or Japanese
- Scientific research
- 3 months
Receive: $50 electronic gift card
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