A qualitative analysis of communication between members of a hospital-based multidisciplinary lung cancer team.

@article{Rowlands2013AQA,
  title={A qualitative analysis of communication between members of a hospital-based multidisciplinary lung cancer team.},
  author={Stella Rowlands and Joanne Callen},
  journal={European journal of cancer care},
  year={2013},
  volume={22 1},
  pages={20-31}
}
The aim of the study was to explore how patient information is communicated between health professionals within a multidisciplinary hospital-based lung cancer team and to identify mechanisms to improve these communications. A qualitative method was employed using semi-structured in-depth interviews with a representative sample (n = 22) of members of a multidisciplinary hospital-based lung cancer team including medical, nursing and allied health professionals. Analysis was undertaken using a… CONTINUE READING
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