Each arm of the study is unique because it is designed by and for Black women with endometrial cancer, using the best evidence we have available.
- Enhanced Usual Care: This arm is similar to how care is usually delivered – patients are typically provided with written materials and a resource guide for where to get more support. In SISTER, participants assigned to Enhanced Usual Care receive information written by and for Black women with corresponding care items.
- One-on-one peer support: Participants assigned to this arm will meet one-on-one on a virtual platform with a Peer Supporter who has also gone through endometrial cancer treatment. They will meet every one to three weeks around the time of treatment visits for as long as the participant is in treatment.
- Group-based peer support: In this arm, participants will attend weekly group sessions on a virtual platform that are facilitated by a Black endometrial cancer survivor with up to 5 individuals currently going through treatment. Each week will focus on a different discussion topic, and many weeks will feature a video from a guest expert in topics like coping with a diagnosis, nutrition, communicating needs during treatment, dealing with side effects, and more. Participants assigned to this arm may participate in group sessions for up to 6 months