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Registration number
ACTRN12615000882527
Ethics application status
Approved
Date submitted
4/08/2015
Date registered
24/08/2015
Date last updated
16/07/2018
Type of registration
Retrospectively registered

Titles & IDs
Public title
Healthy Living after Cancer (HLaC) - a telephone-delivered healthy lifestyle coaching program for cancer survivors
Scientific title
Healthy Living after Cancer (HLaC) - a dissemination and implementation study evaluating a telephone-delivered healthy lifestyle coaching program for cancer survivors, targeting physical activity, healthy eating and weight control
Secondary ID [1] 287202 0
None
Universal Trial Number (UTN)
Trial acronym
HLaC
Linked study record

Health condition
Health condition(s) or problem(s) studied:
Cancer of any type that was treated with curative intent 295795 0
Condition category
Condition code
Cancer 296062 296062 0 0
Any cancer

Intervention/exposure
Study type
Interventional
Description of intervention(s) / exposure
The aim of the Healthy Living after Cancer program is to evaluate the integration of a telephone-delivered lifestyle intervention for cancer survivors into the existing 13 11 20 information and support telephone service offered by Cancer Councils New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia and Western Australia. Cancer survivors who take part in the program receive, free of charge, up to 12 telephone coaching calls over a period of 6 months (1 call each week for 1 month, then 1 call every fortnight for the next 2 months, then 1 call per month for the next 3 months), along with a participant workbook. Each call lasts approximately 20-30 minutes, and focuses on increasing physical activity, improving eating habits, and working towards moderate weight loss if appropriate. The calls are delivered by Cancer Council nurses / information and support consultants trained in project recruitment, intervention and evaluation protocols.
Intervention code [1] 292486 0
Lifestyle
Intervention code [2] 292487 0
Behaviour
Comparator / control treatment
No control group - all participants receive the intervention.
Control group
Uncontrolled

Outcomes
Primary outcome [1] 295868 0
Referral source
Timepoint [1] 295868 0
Recruitment and eligibility screening telephone call
Primary outcome [2] 295869 0
Total number of patients referred
Timepoint [2] 295869 0
Recruitment and eligibility screening telephone call
Primary outcome [3] 295870 0
Percent uptake among eligible patients - i.e., number of patients who consent to take part in the program
Timepoint [3] 295870 0
Consent telephone call
Secondary outcome [1] 316757 0
Withdrawal rates and reasons - date of withdrawal, reason for withdrawal (primary outcome four)
Timepoint [1] 316757 0
Collected at point of withdrawal during telephone-delivered intervention calls
Secondary outcome [2] 316758 0
Completion rates – date of completion of the post-program assessment (primary outcome five)
Timepoint [2] 316758 0
Post-program telephone assessment
Secondary outcome [3] 316759 0
Average number of intervention calls delivered per participant (primary outcome six)
Timepoint [3] 316759 0
Date of each intervention call for each participant recorded in Cancer Council database
Secondary outcome [4] 316770 0
Average length of calls per participant (primary outcome seven)
Timepoint [4] 316770 0
Length of each intervention call for each participant recorded in Cancer Council database
Secondary outcome [5] 316771 0
Cancer Council nurse / information and support consultant and manager satisfaction with program delivery (primary outcome eight)
Timepoint [5] 316771 0
Qualitative semi-structured telephone interviews conducted by University of Queensland project staff with a sample of nurses / information and support consultants at each Cancer Council and at least one manager at each Cancer Council involved with program delivery
Secondary outcome [6] 316772 0
Costs to deliver the Healthy Living after Cancer program (primary outcome nine)
Timepoint [6] 316772 0
The fixed costs (i.e., expenditure required to deliver the HLaC program, including resources associated with modifying Cancer Council databases, refining referral pathways, adapting the HLaC intervention and evaluation protocols and recruiting and training nurses/consultants) will be documented. Dollar values will be attached to these resources using publicly available information such as appropriate salary rates for the time of personnel involved in the above activities and commercial prices for the production of any training materials, etc. Fixed costs will be allocated equally over all participants who consent to participate in HLaC. Variable costs (i.e., those that are proportional to the volume of service provided) will be allocated in proportion to the stage of HLaC reached by individuals. For the purposes of the economic appraisal, outcomes will be defined using a series of pre-defined benchmarks based on pre-post intervention changes to the behavioural and anthropometric variables. Regression analysis will be used to assess the relationship between completion of stages and outcomes achieved. Pre- and post-test differences will be calculated as changes in Quality of Life (SF-12) and Quality Adjusted Life Years (QALYs) SF6D (calculated from SF-12).
Secondary outcome [7] 316785 0
Self-reported weight and height (to allow the calculation of BMI)
Timepoint [7] 316785 0
Structured telephone interviews conducted at three time-points: pre-program (baseline), post-program (when participants either decide to terminate intervention calls, which can take place at any point after calls begin, or complete their 12 intervention calls which is expected to take approximately 6 months), and follow-up (6 months after the date of completion of the post-program assessment).
Secondary outcome [8] 316786 0
Self-reported waist circumference
Timepoint [8] 316786 0
Structured telephone interviews conducted at three time-points: pre-program (baseline), post-program (when participants either decide to terminate intervention calls, which can take place at any point after calls begin, or complete their 12 intervention calls which is expected to take approximately 6 months), and follow-up (6 months after the date of completion of the post-program assessment).
Secondary outcome [9] 316787 0
Physical activity as measured by the Active Australia Survey (AAS - 8 items)
Timepoint [9] 316787 0
Structured telephone interviews conducted at three time-points: pre-program (baseline), post-program (when participants either decide to terminate intervention calls, which can take place at any point after calls begin, or complete their 12 intervention calls which is expected to take approximately 6 months), and follow-up (6 months after the date of completion of the post-program assessment).
Secondary outcome [10] 316788 0
Dietary behaviour as measured by the Fat & Fibre Behaviour Questionnaire (FFBQ - 20 items)
Timepoint [10] 316788 0
Structured telephone interviews conducted at three time-points: pre-program (baseline), post-program (when participants either decide to terminate intervention calls, which can take place at any point after calls begin, or complete their 12 intervention calls which is expected to take approximately 6 months), and follow-up (6 months after the date of completion of the post-program assessment).
Secondary outcome [11] 316789 0
Quality of life as measured by the Short Form (12) Health Survey (SF-12 - 12 items)
Timepoint [11] 316789 0
Structured telephone interviews conducted at three time-points: pre-program (baseline), post-program (when participants either decide to terminate intervention calls, which can take place at any point after calls begin, or complete their 12 intervention calls which is expected to take approximately 6 months), and follow-up (6 months after the date of completion of the post-program assessment).
Secondary outcome [12] 316790 0
Cancer-related symptoms and side-effects as measured by the MD Anderson Symptom Inventory (MDASI - 16 items)
Timepoint [12] 316790 0
Structured telephone interviews conducted at three time-points: pre-program (baseline), post-program (when participants either decide to terminate intervention calls, which can take place at any point after calls begin, or complete their 12 intervention calls which is expected to take approximately 6 months), and follow-up (6 months after the date of completion of the post-program assessment).
Secondary outcome [13] 316791 0
Fear of cancer recurrence as measured by the Concerns about Recurrence Questionnaire (CARQ-4 - 4 items)
Timepoint [13] 316791 0
Structured telephone interviews conducted at three time-points: pre-program (baseline), post-program (when participants either decide to terminate intervention calls, which can take place at any point after calls begin, or complete their 12 intervention calls which is expected to take approximately 6 months), and follow-up (6 months after the date of completion of the post-program assessment).
Secondary outcome [14] 316792 0
Distress as measured by the National Comprehensive Cancer Network Distress Thermometer (1 item) along with an item measuring the impact of that distress, modified from Akizuki and colleagues (2005) (1 item)
Timepoint [14] 316792 0
Structured telephone interviews conducted at three time-points: pre-program (baseline), post-program (when participants either decide to terminate intervention calls, which can take place at any point after calls begin, or complete their 12 intervention calls which is expected to take approximately 6 months), and follow-up (6 months after the date of completion of the post-program assessment).
Secondary outcome [15] 316793 0
Patient satisfaction with Healthy Living after Cancer (11 items) – questions written specifically for the purposes of this project
Timepoint [15] 316793 0
Structured telephone interviews conducted at three time-points: pre-program (baseline), post-program (when participants either decide to terminate intervention calls, which can take place at any point after calls begin, or complete their 12 intervention calls which is expected to take approximately 6 months), and follow-up (6 months after the date of completion of the post-program assessment).

Eligibility
Key inclusion criteria
Participants must meet the following eligibility criteria in order to take part in the Healthy Living after Cancer program:
1. Adults (18+ years)
2. Diagnosed with localised (i.e., non-metastatic) potentially curative cancer of any type
3. Completed treatment (i.e., surgery, chemotherapy, radiation; patients on hormonal treatment or Herceptin are still eligible)
4. Want support for healthy living via physical activity and healthy eating and willing to make a 6-month commitment to Healthy Living after Cancer program participation
Minimum age
18 Years
Maximum age
No limit
Gender
Both males and females
Can healthy volunteers participate?
No
Key exclusion criteria
1. Contraindications to engaging in unsupervised physical activity (i.e., active heart disease, breathing problems requiring hospitalisation in the past 6 months, undergoing dialysis, diabetic complications such as severe neuropathy or retinopathy, planning a knee or hip replacement in the next six months, pregnant)
2. Cognitive or mental health impairments that would hinder program participation
3. Unable to speak and read English sufficiently to allow for program participation

Study design
Purpose of the study
Educational / counselling / training
Allocation to intervention
Non-randomised trial
Procedure for enrolling a subject and allocating the treatment (allocation concealment procedures)
Methods used to generate the sequence in which subjects will be randomised (sequence generation)
Masking / blinding
Open (masking not used)
Who is / are masked / blinded?



Intervention assignment
Single group
Other design features
Phase
Not Applicable
Type of endpoint(s)
Efficacy
Statistical methods / analysis
Primary (Healthy Living after Cancer implementation) outcomes will be reported descriptively. Analyses of secondary (effectiveness) outcomes will be by mixed models, which allow for repeated measures (baseline and follow-up) and will include all participants with baseline data (including those with missing data at follow-up) with adjustment for predictors of dropouts to minimise selection bias. Results from each Cancer Council will be analysed individually as well as collectively (pooled). To minimise type I errors because of testing multiple outcomes, significance will be set at p<0.001 (two-tailed). Sensitivity of conclusions to missing data assumptions will be evaluated.

Service delivery is expected to provide a sample size of approximately 900 participants across the four participating Cancer Councils over the three year recruitment period. This sample provides >90% power with two-tailed significance of p<0.001 to detect pre-post changes of 60 minutes of physical activity per week, 0.5 serves of fruit or vegetables, 2 kg weight and clinically relevant changes in physical and mental components of quality of life (3 units each), based on assumed standard deviations of change of 300 min/week, 1.5 fruit and 2 vegetable serves, 8kg weight, and 8 units on the mental and physical component scores. These calculations allow for 30% participant attrition and adjustment for up to 10 covariates (10 observations per covariate).

Recruitment
Recruitment status
Recruiting
Date of first participant enrolment
Anticipated
Actual
Date of last participant enrolment
Anticipated
Actual
Date of last data collection
Anticipated
Actual
Sample size
Target
Accrual to date
Final
Recruitment in Australia
Recruitment state(s)
NSW,SA,WA,VIC

Funding & Sponsors
Funding source category [1] 291771 0
Government body
Name [1] 291771 0
National Health and Medical Research Council
Address [1] 291771 0
GPO Box 1421
Canberra ACT 2601
Country [1] 291771 0
Australia
Funding source category [2] 291772 0
Charities/Societies/Foundations
Name [2] 291772 0
Cancer Council New South Wales
Address [2] 291772 0
153 Dowling Street
Woolloomooloo NSW 2011
Country [2] 291772 0
Australia
Funding source category [3] 291773 0
Charities/Societies/Foundations
Name [3] 291773 0
Cancer Council Victoria
Address [3] 291773 0
615 St Kilda Road
Melbourne VIC 3004
Country [3] 291773 0
Australia
Funding source category [4] 291774 0
Charities/Societies/Foundations
Name [4] 291774 0
Cancer Council South Australia
Address [4] 291774 0
202 Greenhill Road
Eastwood SA 5063
Country [4] 291774 0
Australia
Funding source category [5] 291775 0
Charities/Societies/Foundations
Name [5] 291775 0
Cancer Council Western Australia
Address [5] 291775 0
420 Bagot Road
Subiaco WA 6008
Country [5] 291775 0
Australia
Primary sponsor type
University
Name
The University of Queensland
Address
School of Public Health, Cancer Prevention Research Centre,
Level 4, Public Health Building,
Herston road
HERSTON QLD 4006
Country
Australia
Secondary sponsor category [1] 290438 0
Charities/Societies/Foundations
Name [1] 290438 0
Cancer Council New South Wales
Address [1] 290438 0
153 Dowling Street
Woolloomooloo NSW 2011
Country [1] 290438 0
Australia
Secondary sponsor category [2] 290439 0
Charities/Societies/Foundations
Name [2] 290439 0
Cancer Council Victoria
Address [2] 290439 0
615 St Kilda Road
Melbourne VIC 3004
Country [2] 290439 0
Australia
Secondary sponsor category [3] 290440 0
Charities/Societies/Foundations
Name [3] 290440 0
Cancer Council South Australia
Address [3] 290440 0
202 Greenhill Road
Eastwood SA 5063
Country [3] 290440 0
Australia
Secondary sponsor category [4] 290441 0
Charities/Societies/Foundations
Name [4] 290441 0
Cancer Council Western Australia
Address [4] 290441 0
420 Bagot Road
Subiaco WA 6008
Country [4] 290441 0
Australia

Ethics approval
Ethics application status
Approved
Ethics committee name [1] 293291 0
Cancer Council Victoria HREC (on behalf of Cancer Council's Victoria and South Australia)
Ethics committee address [1] 293291 0
615 St Kilda Road,
Melbourne VIC 3004
Ethics committee country [1] 293291 0
Australia
Date submitted for ethics approval [1] 293291 0
Approval date [1] 293291 0
08/08/2014
Ethics approval number [1] 293291 0
1407
Ethics committee name [2] 293292 0
University of Queensland HREC
Ethics committee address [2] 293292 0
St Lucia Campus
Cumbrae-Stewart Building, Room 117
St Lucia QLD 4072
Ethics committee country [2] 293292 0
Australia
Date submitted for ethics approval [2] 293292 0
Approval date [2] 293292 0
20/08/2014
Ethics approval number [2] 293292 0
2014001106
Ethics committee name [3] 293297 0
University of Western Australia HREC
Ethics committee address [3] 293297 0
420 Bagot Road
Subiaco WA 6008
Ethics committee country [3] 293297 0
Australia
Date submitted for ethics approval [3] 293297 0
Approval date [3] 293297 0
25/11/2014
Ethics approval number [3] 293297 0
RA/4/1/7253
Ethics committee name [4] 293298 0
Cancer Council New South Wales HREC
Ethics committee address [4] 293298 0
153 Dowling Street
Woolloomooloo NSW 2011


Ethics committee country [4] 293298 0
Australia
Date submitted for ethics approval [4] 293298 0
Approval date [4] 293298 0
12/01/2015
Ethics approval number [4] 293298 0
293
Ethics committee name [5] 293301 0
Southern Adelaide Clinical HREC (on behalf of Flinders Medical Centre, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, Concord Repatriation General Hospital and Mater Hospital Sydney)
Ethics committee address [5] 293301 0
The Flats, G5 - Rooms 3 and 4
Flinders Drive
Flinders Medical Centre
Bedford Park SA 5042
Ethics committee country [5] 293301 0
Australia
Date submitted for ethics approval [5] 293301 0
Approval date [5] 293301 0
14/05/2015
Ethics approval number [5] 293301 0
39.15 - HREC/15/SAC/15
Ethics committee name [6] 293302 0
St John of God Health Care HREC
Ethics committee address [6] 293302 0
St John of God Health Care HREC
St John of God Subiaco Hospital
12 Salvado Rd
SUBIACO WA 6008
Ethics committee country [6] 293302 0
Australia
Date submitted for ethics approval [6] 293302 0
Approval date [6] 293302 0
26/06/2015
Ethics approval number [6] 293302 0
822
Ethics committee name [7] 295616 0
Northern Health Human Research Ethics Committee
Ethics committee address [7] 295616 0
The Northern Hospital
185 Cooper street
Epping Victoria 3076
Ethics committee country [7] 295616 0
Australia
Date submitted for ethics approval [7] 295616 0
Approval date [7] 295616 0
25/02/2016
Ethics approval number [7] 295616 0
HREC/15/NH/60

Summary
Brief summary
The aim of the Healthy Living after Cancer program (HLaC) is to evaluate the integration of a telephone-delivered lifestyle intervention for cancer survivors into the existing Cancer Council 13 11 20 information and support telephone service offered by Cancer Councils New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia and Western Australia.

Who is it for?
You may be eligible to join this study if you are aged 18 years or above, and have completed curative treatment for any type of localised cancer.

Study details
All participants will receive up to 12 telephone coaching calls over a period of six months to assist them to increase physical activity, improve their eating habits, and work towards moderate weight loss if appropriate. The calls will be delivered by Cancer Council nurses / information and support consultants trained in program recruitment, intervention and evaluation protocols.

Pre- and post-program evaluation will be conducted, with a focus on program implementation (i.e., number of referrals and number of program completions) as well as assessment of patient-reported outcomes (i.e., physical activity, diet, weight, and quality of life).
Trial website
Cancer Council NSW: http://www.cancercouncil.com.au/healthy-living-after-cancer-program/

Cancer Council Victoria: http://www.cancervic.org.au/how-we-can-help/healthy-living-after-cancer

Cancer Council SA: https://www.cancersa.org.au/information/a-z-index/healthy-living-after-cancer

Cancer Council WA: https://www.cancerwa.asn.au/patients/staying-well/healthy-living-after-cancer/
Trial related presentations / publications
Eakin E, Hayes S, Haas M, Reeves M, Goode A, Vardy J, Boyle F, Hiller J, Mishra G, Jefford M, Koczwara B, Demark-Wahnefried W, Courneya K, O’Brien L, Boltong A, Sharplin G, McKiernan S, Robson E. Translating research into practice: The Healthy Living after Cancer Partnership Project. Oral presentation at “Be Active” – the National Physical Activity Conference, Canberra, 15-18 October 2014.

Eakin E, Hayes S, Haas M, Reeves M, Goode A, Vardy J, Boyle F, Hiller J, Mishra G, Jefford M, Koczwara B, Demark-Wahnefried W, Courneya K, O’Brien L, Boltong A, Lane K, Sharplin G, McKiernan S, Robson E. The Healthy Living after Cancer Partnership Project. Oral presentation at the 3rd annual NHMRC Research Translation Faculty Symposium, Melbourne, 12-13 November 2014.

Eakin E, Hayes S, Haas M, Reeves M, Goode A, Vardy J, Boyle F, Hiller J, Mishra G, Jefford M, Koczwara B, Demark-Wahnefried W, Courneya K, O’Brien L, Boltong A, Lane K, Sharplin G, Heritage B, Millar L, McKiernan S, Robson E. The Healthy Living after Cancer Partnership Project. e-Poster presentation at the 2014 World Cancer Congress, Melbourne, 3-6 December 2014. Abstract published in the Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Oncology, 2014; 10 (Suppl 9):1-264.

Eakin EG. Lifestyle interventions and changing behaviour – population versus individual? Invited speaker at the plenary session “Are late effects inevitable?” at the 2nd Flinders Centre for Innovation in Cancer Survivorship Conference, Adelaide, 6 February 2015.

Eakin E. Opportunities to promote healthy living among cancer survivors. Invited speaker at the 3rd Victorian Psycho-oncology Research Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 16 February 2015.

Eakin E, Hayes S, Haas M, Reeves M, Goode A, Vardy J, Boyle F, Hiller J, Mishra G, Jefford M, Koczwara B, O’Brien L, White J, Boltong A, Lane K, Heritage B, Sharplin G, Millar L, McKiernan S, Demark-Wahnefried W, Courneya K, Robson E. Translating research into practice: The Healthy Living after Cancer Partnership Project. Invited speaker at the 2015 Behavioural Research in Cancer Control Conference, Sydney, 12-15 May 2015.

Eakin E, Hayes S, Reeves M, Goode A, Vardy J, Boyle F, Haas M, Hiller J, Mishra G, Jefford M, Koczwara B, Saunders C, O’Brien L, Boltong A, Lane K, Baldwin P, Sharplin G, Millar L, McKiernan S, Demark-Wahnefried W, Courneya K, Robson E. The Healthy Living after Cancer partnership project: Translating research into practice. Invited speaker at the 10th Scientific Meeting of the Australasian Society for Breast Disease, Brisbane, Australia, 17-19 September 2015.

Eakin E. Opportunities to promote healthy living among cancer survivors. Invited speaker at the Blushing Week Medical Forum, Toowoomba, Australia, 31 October 2015.

Eakin E. Healthy Living after Cancer. Invited speaker at the Blushing Week Survivorship Forum, Toowoomba, Australia, 31 October 2015.

Eakin E and Hayes S. Translating research into practice: The Healthy Living after Cancer Partnership Project. Invited speaker at a pre-conference workshop (Multi-disciplinary Supportive and Survivorship Care: models, methods and more) for the 42nd Annual Scientific Meeting of the Clinical Oncology Society of Australia, Hobart, Australia, 16 November 2015.

Eakin E, Hayes S, Reeves M, Goode A, Vardy J, Boyle F, Haas M, Hiller J, Mishra G, Jefford M, Koczwara B, Saunders C, Chapman K, O’Brien L, Boltong A, Lane K, Baldwin P, Sharplin G, Millar L, McKiernan S, Demark-Wahnefried W, Courneya K, Robson E. Translating research into practice: The Healthy Living after Cancer Partnership Project. Oral presentation at the 42nd Annual Scientific Meeting of the Clinical Oncology Society of Australia (COSA), Hobart, 17-17 November 2015.

Eakin E, Reeves M, Cormie P. Influencing lifestyle changes following a breast cancer diagnosis in the short and longer term. Invited speaker at the Exercise & Sports Science Australia Research to Practice Conference, Melbourne, 14-16 April 2016.

Lane K, Eakin E, Hayes S, Reeves M, Goode A, Vardy J, Boyle F, Haas M, Hiller J, Mishra G, Jefford M, Koczwara B, Saunders C, Chapman K, O’Brien L, Boltong A, Robertson A, Baldwin P, Sharplin G, Millar L, McKiernan S, Demark-Wahnefried W, Courneya K, Robson E. Translating research into collaborative practice: The Healthy Living after Cancer Partnership Project. Poster presentation at the Cancer Nurses Society of Australia 19th Annual Congress, Cairns, 12-14 May 2016.

Robertson A, Eakin E, Hayes S, Reeves M, Goode A, Vardy J, Boyle F, Haas M, Hiller J, Mishra G, Jefford M, Koczwara B, Saunders C, Chapman K, O’Brien L, Boltong A, Lane K, Baldwin P, Sharplin G, Millar L, McKiernan S, Demark-Wahnefried W, Courneya K, Robson E. Healthy Living after Cancer – a telephone-delivered lifestyle coaching program for cancer survivors – Cancer Council Nurse Experience. Poster presentation at the Cancer Nurse Society of Australia 19th Annual Congress, Cairns, 12-14 May 2016.

Eakin E. Implementing the Healthy Living after Cancer program within the Australian Cancer Councils: Successes and Challenges. Invited speaker at the 8th Biennial Cancer Survivorship Research Conference, “Innovation in a rapidly changing landscape”, Washington, DC, USA, 16-18 June 2016.

Boltong A, Reeves M, Sutton C, Robson E, Eakin E. Healthy Living after Cancer: A nationwide approach to improving dietary intake and increasing physical activity for cancer survivors. Oral presentation at the 2016 MASCC/ISOO Annual Meeting on Supportive Care in Cancer, Adelaide, 23-25 June 2016.

Robertson A, Eakin E, Hayes S, Reeves M, Goode A, Vardy J, Boyle F, Haas M, Hiller J, Mishra G, Jefford M, Koczwara B, Saunders C, Chapman K, O’Brien L, Boltong A, Lane K, Sharplin G, Millar L, McKiernan S, Demark-Wahnefried W, Courneya K, Robson E. Translating research into practice: The Healthy Living after Cancer Partnership Project. Oral presentation at the 2016 MASCC/ISOO Annual Meeting on Supportive Care in Cancer, Adelaide, 23-25 June 2016.

Eakin EG, Hayes SC, Haas MR, Reeves MM, Vardy JL, Boyle F, Hiller JE, Mishra GD, Goode AD, Jefford M, Koczwara B, Saunders CM, Demark-Wahnefried W, Courneya KS, Schmitz KH, Girgis A, White K, Chapman K, Boltong AG, Lane K, McKiernan S, Millar L, O’Brien L, Sharplin G, Baldwin P, Robson EL. Healthy Living after Cancer: A dissemination and implementation study evaluating a telephone-delivered healthy lifestyle program for cancer survivors. BMC Cancer, 2015; 15:992; DOI: 10.1186/s12885-015-2003-5.

Hing L, Eakin E, Hayes S, Reeves M, Goode A, Vardy J, Boyle F, Haas M, Hiller J, Mishra G, Jefford M, Koczwara B, Saunders C, Chapman K, Boltong A, Lane K, Robertson A, Sharplin G, Millar L, McKiernan S, Demark-Wahnefried W, Courneya K, Robson E. Healthy Living after Cancer – A telephone delivered health coaching program – Psychosocial Outcomes. Oral presentation at the 2016 Innovations in Cancer Treatment and Care Conference, Sydney, 16 September 2016.

Eakin E. Promoting Healthy Living after Cancer. Invited speaker at the Sydney Cancer Conference, Sydney, 22-23 September 2016.

Eakin E. Promoting physical activity, healthy eating and weight control: Translating evidence into practice. Invited speaker at the 2016 Australian Catholic University Psychology Research Conference, Brisbane, 27 September 2016.

Byard C, Eakin E, Hayes S, Reeves M, Goode A, Vardy J, Boyle F, Haas M, Hiller J, Mishra G, Jefford M, Koczwara B, Saunders C, Chapman K, Boltong A, Lane K, Robertson A, Sharplin G, Millar L, McKiernan S, Demark-Wahnefried W, Courneya K, Robson E. Translating research into practice: The Healthy Living after Cancer Partnership Project. Oral presentation at the Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre Survivorship Conference, Melbourne, 13 October 2016.

Saunders C, Eakin E, Hayes S, Reeves M, Goode A, Vardy J, Boyle F, Haas M, Hiller J, Mishra G, Jefford M, Koczwara B, Chapman K, Boltong A, Lane K, Robertson A, Sharplin G, Millar L, McKiernan S, Demark-Wahnefried W, Courneya K, Robson E. Translating research into practice: The Healthy Living after Cancer Partnership Project. Poster presentation at the Leura 8 International Breast Cancer Conference, Sydney, 25-29 October 2016.

Eakin E, Hayes S, Reeves M, Goode A, Vardy J, Boyle F, Haas M, Hiller J, Mishra G, Jefford M, Koczwara B, Saunders C, Chapman K, Boltong A, Lane K, Robertson A, Sharplin G, Miller L, McKiernan S, Demark-Wahnefried W, Courneya K, Robson E. Translating research into practice: The Healthy Living after Cancer partnership project. Oral presentation at the International Congress of Behavioural Medicine, Melbourne, 9 December 2016.

Eakin E. Supporting healthy living in the growing population of cancer survivors – engaging policy and practice partners. Invited speaker at the Flinders Survivorship Conference, Adelaide, 2-3 February 2017.

Eakin E. Public Health Partnerships to Promote Healthy Living after Cancer. Invited speaker at the National Cancer Policy Forum of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine - workshop on “Incorporating Weight Management and Physical Activity throughout the Cancer Care Continuum”, Washington DC, USA, 13-14 February 2017.

Eakin E, Hayes S, Reeves M, Goode A, Vardy J, Boyle F, Haas M, Hiller J, Mishra G, Jefford M, Koczwara B, Saunders C, Chapman K, Boltong A, Lane K, Sharplin G, Robertson A, McKiernan S, Miller L, Demark-Wahnefried W, Courneya K, Robson E. The Healthy Living after Cancer Partnership Project – a telephone-delivered health coaching program: Preliminary outcomes. Oral presentation at the Behavioural Research in Cancer Control Conference, Melbourne, 3-5 May 2017.

Eakin E. RE-AIM Framework in the Context of the Healthy Living after Cancer Partnership Project. Invited speaker at the Centre for Oncology Education and Research Translation and the Cancer Implementation Science Community of Practice - workshop on theories/frameworks for implementation research, Sydney, 4 August 2017.

Hing E, Job J, Eakin E, Hayes S, Reeves M, Vardy J, Boyle F, Haas M, Hiller J, Mishra G, Jefford M, Koczwara B, Saunders C, Chapman K, Subramanian I, Krish J, Baird H, Boltong A, Lane K, Baldwin P, Millar L, McKiernan S, Demark-Wahnefried W, Courneya K, Reid N. The Healthy Living after Cancer partnership project: telephone health coaching and additional SMS support. Oral presentation at the 2017 Innovations in Cancer Treatment and Care Conference, Sydney, 14 September 2017.

Hing E, Eakin E, Hayes S, Reeves M, Goode A, Vardy J, Boyle F, Haas M, Hiller J, Mishra G, Jefford M, Koczwara B, Saunders C, Miller A, Krish J, Boltong A, Lane K, Robertson A, Millar L, McKiernan S, Demark-Wahnefried W, Courneya K, Reid N, Job J, Robson E. Translating research into practice: the Healthy Living after Cancer partnership project. Oral presentation at the 2017 Lifestyle and Medicine Conference, Sydney, 15-16 September 2017.

Byard C, Eakin E, Hayes S, Reeves M, Goode A, Vardy J, Boyle F, Haas M, Hiller J, Mishra G, Jefford M, Koczwara B, Saunders C, Chapman K, Boltong A, Lane K, Robertson A, Sharplin G, Millar L, McKiernan S, Demark-Wahnefried W, Courneya K, Robson E. Translating research into practice: The Healthy Living after Cancer Partnership Project. Oral presentation at the Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre Survivorship Conference, Melbourne, 18-19 September 2017.
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Prof Elizabeth Eakin
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The University of Queensland, Faculty of Medicine, Oral Health Centre, Herston road, Herston, Brisbane, QLD, Australia, 4006
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Ms Erin Robson
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The University of Queensland, School of Public Health, Level 4, Public Health Building, Herston road, Herston, Brisbane, QLD, Australia, 4006
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Prof Elizabeth Eakin
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The University of Queensland, Faculty of Medicine, Oral Health Centre, Herston road, Herston, Brisbane, QLD, Australia, 4006
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Australia
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+61 7 3346 5305
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+61 7 3365 5540
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e.eakin@uq.edu.au

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