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The research is studying the effect of a mHealth psychoeducational intervention on self-efficacy, coping and psychological distress of Nigerian women diagnosed with breast cancer receiving chemotherapy The study is a two-arm assessor-blinded randomised controlled trial which will be conducted in two University Teaching Hospitals in Nigeria.


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Aim The study aims to develop and implement a culturally adapted mHealth psychoeducational intervention (mPEI) for Nigerian women diagnosed with breast cancer receiving chemotherapy. Objectives 1. To evaluate the effectiveness of the programme on self-efficacy (primary outcome), coping, symptom distress, anxiety, depression, and quality of life (secondary outcomes) among women with breast cancer receiving chemotherapy 2. To explore the participants' experiences and feelings towards the intervention. Hypothesis It is hypothesised that participants who receive the mPEI program, when compared with the control group at baseline and immediately after the intervention, will demonstrate: 1. a significantly higher level of self-efficacy, 2. a significantly higher level of coping, 3. a significantly higher level of quality of life, 4. a significantly lower level of symptom distress, 5. a significantly lower level of anxiety and depression. ;


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NCT number NCT05489354
Study type Interventional
Source Chinese University of Hong Kong
Contact Oluwadamilare Akingbade, PhD(c)
Phone +85266436184
Email [email protected]
Status Not yet recruiting
Phase N/A
Start date September 1, 2022
Completion date December 1, 2023

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