Date Presented 03/26/20
The results of a four-week quasi-experimental pretest-posttest research study examining the effectiveness of an OT-HAWP on health-related quality of life, fatigue, sleep quality, and self-perceived satisfaction or performance of daily activities of cancer survivors in the community setting will be presented. Understanding these results allows OTs to consider practicing this effective intervention and to discern their role within an emerging practice area in cancer survivorship.
Primary Author and Speaker: Katie Polo
Additional Authors and Speakers: Sharaya Sommers
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