I. Will adapt the intervention into a hybrid format including two group and three web based self-study sessions. (Phase 1) II. To determine the feasibility and acceptability of a new hybrid e-health intervention to manage fear of progression (FOP) in patients with stage III or IV gynecologic (GYN) cancer. (Phase 2)
I. To explore the preliminary efficacy of day-by-day (DBD) on reducing FOP (primary outcome) and improving secondary outcomes of distress, anxiety, depression, metacognitions, and mindfulness. (Exploratory)
PHASE I (DEVELOPMENT): Patients complete surveys and participate in focus groups.
PHASE II (DBD): Patients receive DBD intervention consisting of group and web-based self-study sessions and check-in calls on study. Patients also watch videos and receive handouts to reinforce the group sessions.
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