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#1 Sunday 26th of January 2020 17:28


OT and prehabilitation in oncologic surgery

Hi everyone!
I'm really glad I found this forum, because a worldwide community is something that can enrich anyone.
So, let me introduce: I'm an OT student from Italy (here OTs aren't really known) and I'm looking for opinions and comparison about a specific topic. For my future dissertation I would like to investigate the role of OTs in gynecologic oncology (especially in the moment of surgery).
I read about prehabilitation..but on pubmed I read just about PTs. So my question is: what's the role of OT in the prehabilitation of gynecological cancer surgery? Maybe education, information (example: how to access services if needed), wound care and..?

Thank you really much,


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