Date of Publication
Kinesiology, Sport Studies and Physical Education
Dr. Brooke Starkoff, Assistant Professor, KSSPE
The purpose of part one of this thesis was to synthesize previous research and information about cancer, children and cancer, exercise and cancer, and the long and short-term effects of cancer. After synthesizing previous research, the second part of this thesis was to integrate that research and create a set of safe and effective physical activity guidelines for children during and after cancer treatment. Lastly, a sample exercise prescription was created. This prescription was tailored for a fictional young child in a pediatric cancer rehabilitation program. The design of the pediatric cancer rehabilitation program was based on meeting the needs of a child, physically, emotionally, and socially.
Astruc, Ellie, "Physical Activity Guidelines for Children During and After Cancer Treatment" (2016). Senior Honors Theses. 145.