Table 4

Components of the interventions by study

Cramer et al 23 Fong et al 10 Buffart et al 11 Khan et al 8 Mishra et al 12 Culos-Reed et al 14 Bourke et al 28 Duijts et al 9 Ferrer et al 19 Fors et al 24 Galvão and Newton13 Gerritsen and Vincent20 Huang et al 27 McAlpine et al 15 Mewes et al 18 Osborn et al 17 Smits et al 21 Spark et al 25 Spence et al 16 Zachariae and O’Toole22 Zeng et al 26
Physical
Aerobic
Aerobic and resistance
Resistance
Aquatic exercise
Cardiovascular programme
Cycling
Dance movement
Enhanced standard care
Exercise not specified
Expressive writing
METs targeted
Dietary intervention
Pilates
Resistance/strength training
Running
Self-management exercise
Stretching/
flexibility exercises
Swimming
Tai chi
Treadmill
Walking
Weight training
Yoga/meditation
Qigong
Psychological, educational and behavioural
Body mind
Cognitive behavioural stress therapy
Cognitive behavioural therapy
Cognitive G therapy
Combined psychosexual
Comprehensive coping strategy
Coping skills
Emotional support
Group therapy
Guided imagery
Image consultant
Mindfulness-based stress reduction programme
Motivational interviewing
Problem-solving training
Progressive relaxation training
Psychotherapy
Psychosocial therapy
Return to work interventions
Social support
Stress management
Health education
Psychological education
Peer support
Mode of delivery
Compact discs/manuals/
videos
Face to face
Home-based
Inpatient setting
Multidisciplinary rehabilitation programme
Printed information
Support from nurse or voluntary organisations
Telephone
Web-based
  • MET, metabolic equivalents of task.