Evaluation of a breast cancer patient information and support program.

  title={Evaluation of a breast cancer patient information and support program.},
  author={Ann M. Geiger and Eduardo Mullen and P A Sloman and Bradford W. Edgerton and Diana B. Petitti},
  journal={Effective clinical practice : ECP},
  volume={3 4},
CONTEXT Women with newly diagnosed breast cancer seek answers to many questions about their disease, treatment options, and prognosis. Failure to meet these needs may cause dissatisfaction with the care process. OBJECTIVE To evaluate the impact of a support and information program for women with newly diagnosed breast cancer. INTERVENTION A support and information program that featured a program coordinator, information resources, and mentoring from a breast cancer survivor. DESIGN AND… CONTINUE READING

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