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Patient-physician communication during oncology consultations.
OBJECTIVE The aim of this study was to characterize the content of patient-physician communication in standard oncology care. METHODS The sample consisted of 19 patients with gastrointestinalExpand
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Barriers against psychosocial communication: oncologists' perceptions.
PURPOSE To explore oncologists' psychosocial attitudes and beliefs and their perceptions regarding barriers against psychosocial communication. METHODS A questionnaire was distributed toExpand
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Different perspectives on communication quality and emotional functioning during routine oncology consultations.
OBJECTIVE To determine quality of communication in routine oncology consultations from patient, physician, and observer perspectives, and to determine agreement of emotional function content inExpand
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Patients' understanding of the concepts of health and quality of life.
OBJECTIVE The aim of this study was to identify how persons' with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) understand the concepts of health and quality of life (QoL). METHODS A phenomenograpic approach was usedExpand
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Communication analysis in oncology care. Performance of a combination of a content analysis system and a global scale.
OBJECTIVE The aim was to assess the feasibility and reliability of Velikova's Content Analysis System (VCAS) and the Medical Interaction Process System (MIPS) global scale for evaluation ofExpand
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Patient-Physician Communication in Oncology Care : The character of, barriers against, and ways to evaluate patient-physician communication, with focus on the psychosocial dimensions
The overall aim of this thesis was to characterize patient-physician communication in oncology care with focus on the content and quality of the consultations from the perspectives of patients, oncExpand
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