Development of a Computer Assisted Survivor Screening For Adult Survivors of Childhood Cancer
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This study will compare two ways of having people respond to a questionnaire about health and emotional well-being: on a computer and with paper and pencil. We will see how long it takes using both methods. We will also ask you how you feel about using a computer to answer the questions.
Condition or disease
To determine feasibility of using the Computer Assisted Survivor Screening (CASS) as a routine screening measure for the survivor population. Specifically, to determine patient acceptance, time to completion, and burden associated with the CASS. To examine the potential utility of the CASS as a routine screening measure in the survivor population. To validate the CASS against the SCL-90-R screening measure. Calculate the sensitivity,specificity, positive and negative predictive values, diagnostic agreement and ROC curve of the CASS compared to the SCL-90. Determine the optimal cut-off scores to optimize agreement between the CASS and the SCL-90.
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Ages Eligible for Study:
18 Years to 49 Years (Adult)
Sexes Eligible for Study:
Accepts Healthy Volunteers:
adult survivors of childhood cancer
Currently at least 18 years of age and not older than 49 years of age
Diagnosed with first malignancy before the age of 22
Completed all cancer treatment at least three years prior
Able to complete the survey instruments in English
Scheduled for a routine off-treatment follow-up oncology appointment
Currently disease-free and not receiving any cancer treatment
History of a central nervous system tumor
A sensory or cognitive impairment that would interfere with completion of the survey
Currently undergoing treatment by a psychiatrist or psychologist (ie., currently receiving psychotherapy and/or psychotropic medications, as per self-report)