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Total skin self-examination at home for people treated for cutaneous melanoma: development and pilot of a digital intervention.

Murchie P, Allan JL, Brant W, Dennis M, Hall S, Masthoff J, Walter FM, Johnston M - BMJ Open (2015)

Bottom Line: Northeast Scotland.A number of practical issues to improve the usability of the intervention were identified.The proportion of participants reporting intention to check their skin at least monthly increased during the intervention as did confidence to conduct a skin check.

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Affiliation: Academic Primary Care, Division of Applied Health Sciences, University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, UK.

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TSSEs procedure as supported by the ASICA application (ASICA, Achieving Self-directed Integrated Cancer Aftercare; SMS, short message service; TSSEs, total skin self-examinations).
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BMJOPEN2015007993F1: TSSEs procedure as supported by the ASICA application (ASICA, Achieving Self-directed Integrated Cancer Aftercare; SMS, short message service; TSSEs, total skin self-examinations).

Mentions: Once the prototype ASICA intervention had been developed, we assessed the feasibility and acceptability of the prototype ASICA intervention (figure 1) through a pilot exercise with a group of patients supported by a nurse specialist in dermatology.


Total skin self-examination at home for people treated for cutaneous melanoma: development and pilot of a digital intervention.

Murchie P, Allan JL, Brant W, Dennis M, Hall S, Masthoff J, Walter FM, Johnston M - BMJ Open (2015)

TSSEs procedure as supported by the ASICA application (ASICA, Achieving Self-directed Integrated Cancer Aftercare; SMS, short message service; TSSEs, total skin self-examinations).
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BMJOPEN2015007993F1: TSSEs procedure as supported by the ASICA application (ASICA, Achieving Self-directed Integrated Cancer Aftercare; SMS, short message service; TSSEs, total skin self-examinations).
Mentions: Once the prototype ASICA intervention had been developed, we assessed the feasibility and acceptability of the prototype ASICA intervention (figure 1) through a pilot exercise with a group of patients supported by a nurse specialist in dermatology.

Bottom Line: Northeast Scotland.A number of practical issues to improve the usability of the intervention were identified.The proportion of participants reporting intention to check their skin at least monthly increased during the intervention as did confidence to conduct a skin check.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Academic Primary Care, Division of Applied Health Sciences, University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, UK.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus