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 You are being invited to complete this questionnaire to help us to evaluate the Living Your Best Life: Cancer-Related Fatigue Digital Class. We want to understand whether the video series was helpful to you in managing your cancer-related fatigue. Your experiences and opinions will help us to better understand how the video series helps and where improvements may be needed.

This video series and evaluation were developed as a quality improvement initiative for the Prairie Provinces Patient Experience and Outcomes Project. This work was led by Dr. Linda Watson from CancerControl Alberta, and involved a collaborative effort between study teams from Manitoba, Alberta, and Saskatchewan.

We would appreciate you taking time to share your opinion. The study involves answering a series of questions and will take approximately 5 minutes to complete.

There are no foreseeable risks or benefits to you associated with your participation.

Your input is important to us, but completion of the questionnaire is voluntary. You are not required to provide any personal information such as your name, address or telephone number. You do not have to answer any questions you don’t want to. All responses are anonymous and confidential. Please feel free to express your opinions honestly.

If you have any questions about this questionnaire study, please do not hesitate to contact Dr. Linda Watson at Linda.Watson@albertahealthservices.ca.

As part of the Prairie Provinces Patient Experience and Outcomes project, this video series was funded by the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer.

This study has been approved by the University of Manitoba Health Research Ethics Board.


 
 

 
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1. Use the tools and information given by my healthcare team to manage fatigue.          
2. Take action to manage fatigue symptoms so they don't interfere with the things I want to do.          
3. Openly discuss and explore my plans to manage my fatigue with my healthcare team and family.          
4. Recognize when to manage fatigue on my own and when to seek medical treatment.          
5. Ask for emotional, physical, and practical support from family, friends or others if needed.          
6. As a result of watching the fatigue video, I am empowered and inspired to take action to live as well as possible despite my fatigue.          
   
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  Thank you very much for taking the time to help evaluate this video.
   
 
 
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