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Seattle, Washington 98145


Purpose:

The Primary Goal is to conduct a 5-10 week randomized controlled trial (RCT) of the Fitbit Flex, a popular, affordable, wearable physical activity tracking device, and the Fitbit mHealth app. The target population will be childhood cancer survivors 14-18 years old recruited from Seattle Children's Hospital. For the intervention group, peer influences will be engaged via a private, social network (e.g. a Facebook group) customized for survivors. Measurements will be completed (1) at baseline, prior to randomization, and (2) during the final week of the intervention period (follow-up measure). This study will provide initial proof of concept and allow for further customization of the intervention for childhood cancer survivors in anticipation of a future, larger proposal to study physical activity and related outcomes over a multi-year period.


Criteria:

Inclusion Criteria: - in remission for childhood cancer and previously treated for childhood cancer at Seattle Children's Hospital - ≥1-year post-cancer therapy - ambulatory without any known medical contraindications to participation - able to complete surveys in English - agree to install and share data from the FitBit smart phone app with the investigators Exclusion Criteria: - currently or previously used a wearable physical activity sensing device to improve physical activity


NCT ID:

NCT02469727


Primary Contact:

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Backup Contact:

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Location Contact:

Seattle, Washington 98145
United States



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Data Source: ClinicalTrials.gov

Date Processed: November 18, 2019

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