Now what? Toward an integrated research and practice agenda in distress screening.

Abstract

Significant gains have been made in the detection and treatment of cancer, contributing to increased survival, but a cancer diagnosis and treatment may be accompanied by physical and psychosocial after-effects. Distress screening has been championed as a mechanism to identify patients with high levels of psychosocial morbidity for subsequent assessment and… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/07347332.2012.721486

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@article{Parry2012NowWT, title={Now what? Toward an integrated research and practice agenda in distress screening.}, author={Carla Parry and Lynne S. Padgett and Brad J. Zebrack}, journal={Journal of psychosocial oncology}, year={2012}, volume={30 6}, pages={715-27} }