Newsletter Article

A review of accelerometer-based activity monitoring in cancer survivorship research

May 2018

Background: In the cancer survivorship context, physical activity and sedentary behaviour have been measured using different methods and tools.

Purpose: To conduct a narrative review of published research in cancer survivor populations to summarise the quality and identify gaps in reporting on accelerometer data collection, data processing, and outcome measures in cancer survivors.

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