Barriers to Translation of Physical Activity into the Lung Cancer Model of Care A Qualitative Study of Clinicians' Perspectives
Catherine L Granger, Linda Denehy, Louisa Remedios, Sarah Retica, Pimsiri Phongpagdi, Nicholas Hart, Selina M Parry
ANNALS OF THE AMERICAN THORACIC SOCIETY | AMER THORACIC SOC | Published : 2016
RATIONALE: Evidence-based clinical practice guidelines recommend physical activity for people with lung cancer, however evidence has not translated into clinical practice and the majority of patients do not meet recommended activity levels. OBJECTIVES: To identify factors (barriers and enablers) that influence clinicians' translation of the physical activity guidelines into practice. METHODS: Qualitative study involving 17 participants (three respiratory physicians, two thoracic surgeons, two oncologists, two nurses, and eight physical therapists) who were recruited using purposive sampling from five hospitals in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Nine semistructured interviews and a focus grou..View full abstract
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Supported by the National Health and Medical Research Council and Cancer Australia grants "Translating Research into Practice Fellowship" (C.L.G.) and "Early Career Fellowship" (S.M.P.).