Identifying the informational and psychosocial needs of Chinese immigrant cancer patients: a focus group study

@article{Leng2012IdentifyingTI,
  title={Identifying the informational and psychosocial needs of Chinese immigrant cancer patients: a focus group study},
  author={Jennifer C. F. Leng and Trevor Wing Sang Lee and Umut Sarpel and Jessy Lau and Yanjun Li and Connie Cheng and Ming-der Chang and Francesca M. Gany},
  journal={Supportive Care in Cancer},
  year={2012},
  volume={20},
  pages={3221-3229}
}
The Chinese immigrant community faces multiple barriers to quality cancer care and cancer survivorship. Psychosocial interventions can positively impact quality of life, anxiety, and distress in cancer patients. In this study, we explored the informational and psychosocial needs of Chinese cancer patients to inform the development of culturally targeted support and survivorship interventions. We conducted four focus groups with a total of 28 Chinese cancer patients to elucidate their cancer… CONTINUE READING
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