Correcting critical imbalance.

Abstract

T he conversations about healthcare I hear today revolve ever more around outcomes. The relative paucity of substantive discussions about process worries me. In cancer care, perhaps more than in some other specialties, process is essential. Our extant research in cancer experienceVfrom diagnosis through survivorship and deathVunderscores process. An… (More)
DOI: 10.1097/NCC.0b013e31826c7cd1

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@article{Kagan2012CorrectingCI, title={Correcting critical imbalance.}, author={Sarah H. Kagan}, journal={Cancer nursing}, year={2012}, volume={35 6}, pages={400-1} }