- •A dyadic coping intervention was developed based on Systemic Transactional Model.
- •The intervention was feasible and acceptable in Chinese colorectal cancer couples.
- •The intervention improved couples' dyadic coping level and adaptation outcomes.
- •The intervention needs to be further refined based on participant suggestions.
- •Large-scale randomized controlled trials in different cultural contexts are needed.
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