Development and Evaluation of Evidence-Informed Clinical Nursing Protocols for Remote Assessment, Triage and Support of Cancer Treatment-Induced Symptoms

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The study objective was to develop and evaluate a template for evidence-informed symptom protocols for use by nurses over the telephone for the assessment, triage, and management of patients experiencing cancer treatment-related symptoms. Guided by the CAN-IMPLEMENT© methodology, symptom protocols were developed by, conducting a systematic review of the… (More)
DOI: 10.1155/2013/171872

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@inproceedings{Stacey2013DevelopmentAE, title={Development and Evaluation of Evidence-Informed Clinical Nursing Protocols for Remote Assessment, Triage and Support of Cancer Treatment-Induced Symptoms}, author={Dawn Stacey and Gail Macartney and Meg Carley and Margaret B. Harrison and The Pan-Canadian Oncology Symptom Triage and Remote Support Group}, booktitle={Nursing research and practice}, year={2013} }