Survivorship / Supportive Care

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HHS Non-systematic Review

Source: National Institutes of Health

Last Reviewed: October 2020

Workgroups: Cancer Workgroup

This National Institutes of Health database of survivorship and supportive care programs helps planners find evidence-based programs for different settings, population groups, and community types. Examples include:

  • Alleviating Depression Among Patients With Cancer, a hospital-based intervention delivered by social workers and a psychiatrist to enhance quality of life for cancer patients with depression
  • BrainHQ, which offers cognitive training exercises to improve cognitive functioning and quality of life in breast cancer survivors who report cognitive problems
  • Breast Cancer Education Intervention, which offers face-to-face and telephone-based education and support with follow-up reinforcement to address breast cancer survivors’ physical, personal, and emotional changes
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National Cancer Institute. (n.d.). Evidence-Based Cancer Control Programs (EBCCP), Survivorship / Supportive Care Evidence-Based Programs Listing. Retrieved from