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DATE

2018-02-22

AUTHORS

Lukas Lange, Holger Schulz, Christiane Bleich

ABSTRACT

BackgroundThe disease and treatment-related burdens of cancer are usually associated with a significant decrease in the quality of life of those affected. Due to the widespread use of the Internet in German households, oncological eHealth offers are a quick and easily accessible source of healthcare support for patients and their relatives. Programs for healthcare professionals include, e. g. information portals that prepare clinicians for the needs of cancer patients. The development of smartphone Apps seems to be the most promising concept for future eHealth programs.ObjectiveThe article describes eHealth programs in oncology, especially with respect to form and content, utilization and effectiveness.Discussion/conclusionMany studies in the literature have evaluated the process and outcome of eHealth interventions; however, there continues to be a need for well-designed randomized controlled trials (RCTs) to be able to make more accurate statements about the effectiveness of the support programs. Frequently reported problems with eHealth programs are high drop-out rates and better implementation of study-proven approaches into the daily healthcare system. Including potential stakeholders in the program development process could be helpful in reducing the high drop-out rates and usability issues and ensuring that offers match patients’ needs. More... »

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406-410

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