ACUMEN – Enhancing treatment outcomes after gynaecological cancer
Looking after your health and wellbeing through post care exercise
We need your help to improve the health and wellbeing of women after treatment for gynaecological cancer.
Your participation in our study, Enhancing treatment outcomes after gynaecological cancer (ACUMEN): Investigating the effect of exercise on health-related quality of life will help us to determine if exercise has a positive effect on recovery following treatment.
What is involved?
As part of this study, you will either undertake a 12 week exercise training program supervised by an accredited exercise physiologist or receive guidelines on undertaking exercise following cancer.
Why should I participate
Your experiences about your health, wellbeing and coping with everyday life after treatment will help build better outcomes in the lives of women diagnosed in the future. All participants will receive a free FitBit© Smart watch.
If you are over 18 years and have completed treatment for gynaecological cancer within the last five years, we would like to hear from you.
How do I get involved?
Please register your interest in the form below. Contact the ACUMEN research team on ACUMEN@uq.edu.au or phone +61 7 3346 6788 if you have any questions.
This study is approved by Uniting Care Health (UC HREC 2024) and Metro North Hospital and Health Service (HREC/2020/QRBW/67832)
ACUMEN Study – Expression of interest