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Physical Activity in Oncology: To Do, Not to Do, and How to Do It? An Announcement of an Educational Program

Physical Activity in Oncology: To Do, Not to Do, and How to Do It? An Announcement of an... The National Cancer Institute of Aviano, Italy, recently launched a new program to educate the cancer population, bringing patients as close as possible to the world of physical activity during the cancer rehabilitation phase. A personalized assessment of the patient using the latest technologies allows to create a personalized electronic record of the state of physical performance to be shared among the patient, the staff at the institute (including the medical doctors and physiotherapists in charge), and the fitness instructors, who deal with of the recovery tasks. The outcome of the program can allow the development of a personalized rehabilitation path that includes physical fitness to be monitored remotely. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Cancer Education Springer Journals

Physical Activity in Oncology: To Do, Not to Do, and How to Do It? An Announcement of an Educational Program

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Springer Journals
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0885-8195
eISSN
1543-0154
DOI
10.1007/s13187-022-02225-0
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Abstract

The National Cancer Institute of Aviano, Italy, recently launched a new program to educate the cancer population, bringing patients as close as possible to the world of physical activity during the cancer rehabilitation phase. A personalized assessment of the patient using the latest technologies allows to create a personalized electronic record of the state of physical performance to be shared among the patient, the staff at the institute (including the medical doctors and physiotherapists in charge), and the fitness instructors, who deal with of the recovery tasks. The outcome of the program can allow the development of a personalized rehabilitation path that includes physical fitness to be monitored remotely.

Journal

Journal of Cancer EducationSpringer Journals

Published: Oct 8, 2022

Keywords: Cancer rehabilitation; Motivation; Fitness activity

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