The Exercise Oncology Knowledge Mobilization Initiative: An International Modified Delphi Study
Scott C Adams, Jenna Smith-Turchyn, Daniel Santa Mina, Sarah Neil-Sztramko, Prue Cormie, S Nicole Culos-Reed, Kristin L Campbell, Gemma Pugh, David Langelier, Kathryn H Schmitz, David J Phipps, Michelle Nadler, Catherine M Sabiston
FRONTIERS IN ONCOLOGY | FRONTIERS MEDIA SA | Published : 2021
Introduction: Exercise is vital to health and well-being after a cancer diagnosis yet is poorly integrated in cancer care. Knowledge mobilization (KM) is essential to enhance exercise opportunities. We aimed to (1) develop and refine a list of highly important exercise oncology research and KM themes and (2) establish the relative importance of the themes for supporting the implementation of exercise as a standard of care for people living with and beyond cancer. Methods: Informed by the Co-Produced Pathway to Impact KM framework, a modified Delphi study approach was used to develop, rate, and rank exercise oncology research and KM themes through an international stakeholder workshop and a t..View full abstract
Awarded by Canadian Cancer Society
This study was funded by the Canadian Cancer Society (BC-RG15-2 #316288).