Interviews with women undergoing chemotherapy to inform development of a physical activity program


Seeking women with breast or gynecological cancer for a brief interview

Would you like to talk about your experience with physical activity during or after cancer treatment?

Researchers in the Department of Health Education and Behavior at the University of Florida are seeking women to discuss our plans to develop a new physical activity program.

Details and location

  • One-time interview
  • Lasts up to one hour
  • Interview can be held via phone or at our research center on the UF campus in Gainesville, FL
  • Easy, free parking available
  • Will receive $30.00 compensation at the end of the interview

Are you eligible?

  • Adult women (50 years and older)
  • Diagnosed with Stage 1 to 3 breast or gynecological cancer
  • Undergoing chemotherapy or completed primary treatment within the past 12 to 24 months
  • Able to speak and read English
  • Able to engage in physical activity

Interested in learning more?

Contact Marissa Donahue:





Monetary compensation


Can be done from home



Cancer, Breast cancer, Gynecologic Cancer, Gynecological Cancer

Principal Investigator

Danielle Jake-Schoffman, PhD


Health and Human Performance

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