Date Presented 04/7/21
This study describes the feasibility of a combined telehealth intervention of computerized cognitive training together with occupation-based treatment for patients with cancer-related cognitive impairment (CRCI). The intervention was found feasible, and positive outcomes on occupational performance, cognitive functions, quality of life, and mood were revealed. This treatment can possibly add to the therapeutic landscape of CRCI, which currently impairs the life of millions worldwide.
Primary Author and Speaker: Yafit Gilboa
Contributing Authors: Anita Tollen, Marie Holmefur