Published on in Vol 5, No 3 (2016): Jul-Sept

An Online Learning Module to Increase Self-Efficacy and Involvement in Care for Patients With Advanced Lung Cancer: Research Protocol

An Online Learning Module to Increase Self-Efficacy and Involvement in Care for Patients With Advanced Lung Cancer: Research Protocol

An Online Learning Module to Increase Self-Efficacy and Involvement in Care for Patients With Advanced Lung Cancer: Research Protocol

Journals

  1. Larentis A, Barbosa D, da Silva C, Barbosa J. Applied Computing to Education on Noncommunicable Chronic Diseases: A Systematic Mapping Study. Telemedicine and e-Health 2020;26(2):147 View
  2. Huang C, Kuo H, Lin Y, Chen S. Effects of a Web-based Health Education Program on Quality of Life and Symptom Distress of Initially Diagnosed Advanced Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer Patients: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Cancer Education 2019;34(1):41 View
  3. Reid H, Mohammadi S, Watson W, Robillard J, Crocker M, Westby M, Miller W. Patient and Caregiver Perspectives on an eHealth Tool: A Qualitative Investigation of Preferred Formats, Features and Characteristics of a Presurgical eHealth Education Module. Rehabilitation Process and Outcome 2021;10:117957272110105 View