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Patient engagement in research: a systematic review
Patient engagement in healthcare research is likely feasible in many settings but can become tokenistic and research dedicated to identifying the best methods to achieve engagement is lacking and clearly needed.
Rethinking the patient: using Burden of Treatment Theory to understand the changing dynamics of illness
Burden of Treatment Theory is a structural model that focuses on the work that patients and their networks do that helps to understand variations in healthcare utilization and adherence in different healthcare settings and clinical contexts.
Prostate cancer and health‐related quality of life: a review of the literature
The literature on the effects of prostate cancer and its treatment on health‐related quality of life (HRQoL) is reviewed and evidence from three sources is outlined: studies that compare men with the disease with an age‐matched sample of men without the disease, and cross‐sectional studies that highlight predictors of HRZoL.
Improving quality of life in men with prostate cancer: a randomized controlled trial of group education interventions.
Men who were recently treated for prostate cancer (N=250) were randomly assigned to a control group, a group education intervention (GE), or a group education-plus-discussion intervention (GED). Both