A cross-sectional design is used. Demographic data, condition-specific characteristics, physical activity levels, beliefs on illness and exercise and pain-related emotional factors are collected using questionnaires through an online survey. The aim is to present data on the associations between collected data and physical activity levels within each population and to compare these relationships between both populations. We hypothesize that significant associations will be found between the collected psychosocial factors and self-reported physical activity levels. We hypothesize that the found associations will differ between these two populations.
> CarEdOn primary researchers: Prof. Mira Meeus, Prof. An De Groef, Dra. Sophie Van Dijck
> Research partners: Prof. Nathalie Roussel (Antwerp University)
> Funding: Antwerp University, Antwerp, Belgium
> Keywords: chronic pain, physical activity, cancer survivor
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