Hodgkin Lymphoma Survivor Wellness: Development of a Web-Based Intervention

Laura N. Amweg

Justin McReynolds

Kristina Lansang

Tarsha Jones

Craig Snow

Donna L. Berry

Ann H. Partridge

Meghan L. Underhill-Blazey

user experience, web-based intervention, Hodgkin lymphoma, cancer survivors
CJON 2020, 24(3), 284-289. DOI: 10.1188/20.CJON.284-289

Background: Informational and supportive care resources are needed for Hodgkin lymphoma (HL) survivors.

Objectives: The aim of this article is to adapt and evaluate a previously developed survivorship care website for HL survivors.

Methods: A mixed-methods, user-centered design, including one-time focus groups, was followed by iterative web design and user testing. Transcripts were content analyzed, and survey responses were summarized.

Findings: HL survivors need survivorship care education and support. Tailored web-based resources may be an effective adjunct to clinical care. The Survivor Wellness website is a usable web-based resource for HL survivors that may facilitate survivorship care.

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