Multiattribute utility assessment of outcomes of treatment for head and neck cancer.

@article{Hodder1997MultiattributeUA,
  title={Multiattribute utility assessment of outcomes of treatment for head and neck cancer.},
  author={Simon C. Hodder and Michelle J. Edwards and Mark R Brickley and Jonathan Shepherd},
  journal={British Journal of Cancer},
  year={1997},
  volume={75},
  pages={898 - 902}
}
Good clinical practice is dependent on continuous audit. Most audits of head and neck cancer treatment planning have been subjective, with only 5-year survival rates being considered objectively. Improvements in clinical care require not only measurable goals that relate to patients' perspectives, but also a means of assessing to what extent those goals have been met. In this context, 5-year survival rates are too crude to be useful, although they remain important for other reasons. Because a… CONTINUE READING
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