The cancer care experiences of gay, lesbian and bisexual patients: A secondary analysis of data from the UK Cancer Patient Experience Survey

@article{HulbertWilliams2017TheCC,
  title={The cancer care experiences of gay, lesbian and bisexual patients: A secondary analysis of data from the UK Cancer Patient Experience Survey},
  author={N. Hulbert-Williams and C. O. Plumpton and P. Flowers and R. McHugh and R. Neal and J. Semlyen and L. Storey},
  journal={European Journal of Cancer Care},
  year={2017},
  volume={26},
  pages={&NA;}
}
  • N. Hulbert-Williams, C.O. Plumpton, +4 authors L. Storey
  • Published 2017
  • Medicine
  • European Journal of Cancer Care
  • Understanding the effects of population diversity on cancer-related experiences is a priority in oncology care. Previous research demonstrates inequalities arising from variation in age, gender and ethnicity. Inequalities and sexual orientation remain underexplored. Here, we report, for the first time in the UK, a quantitative secondary analysis of the 2013 UK National Cancer Patient Experience Survey which contains 70 questions on specific aspects of care, and six on overall care experiences… CONTINUE READING
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