C-PRIME: Caregiver Protocol for Remotely Improving, Monitoring, and Extending Quality of Life
The long-term goal of this research is to promote family caregiver (FCG) health and well-being. The central hypothesis is that by offering tools for self-monitoring self-care and health behaviors, as well as coaching to identify goals and problem-solve how to achieve them, we will encourage FCGs to engage in more self-care and health behaviors, which ultimately will improve FCG well-being.
The aims of this proposal are to:
Aim 1. Determine the feasibility and acceptability of C-PRIME in the outpatient oncology setting.
Aim 2. Determine the preliminary efficacy of C-PRIME in the outpatient oncology setting.
An unpaid family member or friend who provides assistance and support with healthcare of a non-institutionalized patient receiving some form of treatment for stage III or IV colorectal cancer at Moffitt Cancer Center
Age 18+ years
English or Spanish speaking
Able to complete questionnaires and engage in short discussions with coaches
Able to identify a primary care medical provider
Willing/able to use a mobile device provided by the study team or their own their device.
Eligible patient participants will be:
Patients scheduled to begin receiving or receiving treatment for stage III or IV colorectal cancer at Moffitt Cancer Center
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