Volunteers needed to take part in research interviews exploring personal experiences of:
Physical Activity and Cancer
Posted 5 November 2012
There is evidence to show that physical activity and exercise is beneficial for people following a diagnosis of cancer. However, people report a reduction in physical activity following diagnosis and treatment as well as difficulty taking up activities again thereafter.
Auckland University of Technology would like to understand from the perspectives of people living with cancer what helps or hinders their participation so that they can better support their involvement in physical activity and exercise following their diagnosis.
AUT would like to interview people who have been diagnosed with cancer in the last five years and who are living in the Greater Auckland, Northland and Waikato region.
If you are interested in taking part or want to know more please contact the researchers at AUT:
Christine Cummins 09 921 9999 ext 7712 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Nicola Kayes 09 921 9999 ext 7309 or email@example.com
This study has received ethical approval from Auckland University of Technology Ethics Committee.
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