MSRG's research focuses on understanding recovery of health and well-being and the supporting of self management of cancer related problems following treatment. Below are some previous studies completed by MSRG, and we have selected some key findings and reports.To see further work by the MSRG please visit our University of Southampton webpages by clicking here: MSRG.
The Macmillan Listening Study: Listening to the views people affected by cancer have about cancer research (MLS).
A Macmillan Cancer Support Report. Macmillan Listening Study, Macmillan Research Unit, University of Southampton
ColoREctal Wellbeing (CREW) Study:
A cohort study to explore recovery of health and well-being following primary treatment of colorectal cancer.
This paper describes how social support affects Quality of Life, anxiety and depression in the 2 years following colorectal cancer surgery
This paper describes the patterns of self efficacy (confidence) for managing illness-related problems amongst colorectal cancer patients in the 2 years following diagnosis.
This paper identifies predictors of recovery trajectories of Quality of Life, health status and personal wellbeing in the two years following colorectal cancer surgery.
This report describes how the CREW study was set up.
RESTORE is the first web-based resource designed to enhance self-efficacy (confidence) in managing cancer related fatigue following curative-intent treatment. The RESTORE study aimed to test the concept, design and effectiveness of the web-based intervention.
This paper describes how the RESTORE study was set up.
This paper discusses the results of the RESTORE study.