Returning home after specialist treatment for hematological malignancies: an Australian study.

  • P Mcgrath
  • Published 2001 in Family & community health
The technologically advanced and specialist nature of the treatments for patients with hematological malignancies necessitate that they are carried out in major metropolitan treating hospitals. Consequently, patients from regional, rural, and remote areas in Queensland, Australia, must relocate, often for lengthy periods of time, for treatment. To date… (More)