Developing and testing a web-based intervention to encourage early help-seeking in people with symptoms associated with lung cancer.
AffiliationSchool of Health Sciences, University of Manchester, UK
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AbstractTo detail the development method used to produce an online, tailored, theory-based, user-centred intervention to encourage help-seeking for potential lung cancer symptoms.
CitationDeveloping and testing a web-based intervention to encourage early help-seeking in people with symptoms associated with lung cancer. 2018, Br J Health Psychol
JournalBritish Journal of Health Psychology
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