Cancer patients' perceptions of quality-of-care attributes-Associations with age, perceived health status, gender and education.

@article{Suhonen2018CancerPP,
  title={Cancer patients' perceptions of quality-of-care attributes-Associations with age, perceived health status, gender and education.},
  author={Riitta Suhonen and Minna Stolt and Agneta C. Berg and Jouko Katajisto and Chryssoula Lemonidou and Elisabeth Patiraki and Katarina Sj{\"o}vall and Andreas Charalambous},
  journal={Journal of clinical nursing},
  year={2018},
  volume={27 1-2},
  pages={306-316}
}
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES The aim of this study was to explore the associations between patients' gender, education, health status in relation to assessments of patient-centred quality and individuality in care and trust in nurses for those <65 (working age) and ≥65 years (older people). BACKGROUND Patients' assessments of the quality of care they receive are essential for the development of the provision of patient care and services. Previous studies have revealed age of the patient is associated… CONTINUE READING
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