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Table 4 HCPs reports of Interventions offered in aftercare

From: A survey to determine usual care after cancer treatment within the United Kingdom national health service

  Frequently/Always Occasionally Rarely/Never Don’t know
Interventions offered
 Dietary advice or support 72% [105] 19% [28] 5% [7] 4% [6]
 Medical assessment 69% [100] 21% [30] 10% [14] 1% [2]
 Exercise therapy or advice 65% [95] 18% [26] 11% [16] 6% [9]
 One off assessment at the end of treatment 62% [91] 12% [18] 17% [24] 9% [13]
 Counselling 61% [89] 30% [44] 6% [9] 3% [4]
 Peer Support 57% [83] 25% [36] 8% [12] 10% [15]
 Family counselling/therapy 23% [34] 37% [54] 28% [41] 12% [17]
 Mindfulness training 21% [30] 20% [29] 31% [45] 29% [42]
 Vocational rehabilitation/return to work programme 20% [29] 19% 32% [47] 30% [43]
 Cognitive behavioural therapy 16% [24] 40% [59] 25% [36] 19% [27]
 Acceptance and commitment therapy 9% [10] 10% [14] 34% [49] 50% [73]