'It's whanaungatanga and all that kind of stuff': Maori cancer patients' experiences of health services.

INTRODUCTION There are unacceptable ethnic differences in cancer survival in Aotearoa/New Zealand. For people with cancer, quality of life and survival are shaped by access to care, but research on Maori access to, and through, cancer care is limited. Internationally, research has shown that primary care plays an important role in providing patient-centred… CONTINUE READING