The effect of oncologists' exercise recommendations on the level of exercise and quality of life in survivors of breast and colorectal cancer: A randomized controlled trial.

Park, Ji-Hye; Lee, Junga; Oh, Minsuk; Park, Hyuna; Chae, Jisuk; Kim, Dong-Il; Lee, Mi Kyung; Yoon, Yong Jin; Lee, Chul Won; Park, Seho; Jones, Lee W; Kim, Nam Kyu; Kim, Seung Il; Jeon, Justin Y
Cancer
2015Aug ; 121 ( 16 ) :2740-8.
저자 상세정보
Park, Ji-Hye -
Lee, Junga -
Oh, Minsuk -
Park, Hyuna -
Chae, Jisuk -
Kim, Dong-Il -
Lee, Mi Kyung -
Yoon, Yong Jin -
Lee, Chul Won -
Park, Seho -
Jones, Lee W -
Kim, Nam Kyu -
Kim, Seung Il -
Jeon, Justin Y -
ABSTRACT
BACKGROUND: The purpose of the current study was to examine the effect of an oncologist's exercise recommendation with and without an exercise motivation package on the amount of exercise participation and quality of life (QOL) in survivors of breast and colorectal cancer.

METHODS: A total of 162 survivors of early-stage breast and colorectal cancer who completed primary and adjuvant treatments were recruited for the current study. Participants were randomly assigned into 1 of 3 groups: 1) control (59 patients); 2) those receiving an oncologist's exercise recommendation (53 patients); and 3) those receiving an oncologist's exercise recommendation with an exercise motivation package (50 patients). At baseline and after 4 weeks, the level of exercise participation and QOL were assessed.

RESULTS: Of the 162 participants, 130 (80.2%) completed the trial. Intention-to-treat analysis indicated that participants who received an oncologist's exercise recommendation with an exercise motivation package significantly increased their level of exercise participation in terms of minutes (47.57 added minutes per week; 95% confidence interval, 9.62-85.52 minutes [P =.022] vs control) and in Metabolic Equivalent of Task (MET)-hours per week (4.14 additional MET-hours per week; 95% confidence interval, 1.70-6.58 MET-hours [P =.004] vs control) compared with the control group. Participants who received only their oncologist's exercise recommendation did not increase their exercise participation level. Further analysis demonstrated that role functioning was significantly improved among participants who received an oncologist's exercise recommendation with an exercise motivation package.

CONCLUSIONS: Providing an exercise motivation package in addition to the oncologist's exercise recommendation to increase the level of exercise among survivors of breast and colorectal cancer should be considered. CI - ??2015 American Cancer Society.
keyword
cancer; exercise; exercise information package; exercise recommendations; oncologist; quality of life
MESH
Breast Neoplasms/mortality/pathology/*psychology, Colorectal Neoplasms/mortality/pathology/*psychology, *Exercise, Female, Humans, Male, *Medical Oncology, Motivation, Neoplasm Staging, *Quality of Life, Survivors
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연구참여(Sample size)
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연구환경(Setting)
연구설계(Study Design)
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유효성결과(Recomendation)
Oncologist's exercise recommendation with an exercise motivation package significantly increased their level of exercise participation in terms of minutes (47.57 added minutes per week; 95% confidence interval, 9.62-85.52 minutes [P =.022] vs control)
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DOI
10.1002/cncr.29400
KCD코드
ICD 03
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