The foreseen growth of Head and Neck cancer (HNC) incidents will require future rehabilitation services to meet the needs of a wider population. This study reports the empirical findings of a case study conducted at a cancer rehabilitation center in Copenhagen, aiming to elicit the needs of HNC patients, informal caregivers and health- care professionals (HCPs). Our results point out that patients and stakeholders’ needs are interrelated, as they faced common challenges pertinent to provision and distribution of information. This study, though preliminary, underlines the importance of inclusion of all actors in the design of future interventions.
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Proceedings of the 13th EAI International Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare, May 20–23, 2019, Trento, Italy : PervasiveHealth'19
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