The impact of psychiatric utilisation prior to cancer diagnosis on survival of solid organ malignancies

@article{Klaassen2019TheIO,
  title={The impact of psychiatric utilisation prior to cancer diagnosis on survival of solid organ malignancies},
  author={Zachary Klaassen and Christopher J D Wallis and Hanan Goldberg and Thenappan Chandrasekar and Rashid Khalid Sayyid and Stephen B Williams and Kelvin A. Moses and Martha K. Terris and Robert K. Nam and David R. Urbach and Peter C. Austin and Paul A. Kurdyak and Girish Satish Kulkarni},
  journal={British Journal of Cancer},
  year={2019},
  volume={120},
  pages={840-847}
}
BackgroundAmong patients with cancer, prior research suggests that patients with mental illness may have reduced survival. The objective was to assess the impact of psychiatric utilisation (PU) prior to cancer diagnosis on survival outcomes.MethodsAll residents of Ontario diagnosed with one of the top 10 malignancies (1997–2014) were included. The primary exposure was psychiatric utilisation gradient (PUG) score in 5 years prior to cancer: 0: none, 1: outpatient, 2: emergency department, 3… CONTINUE READING
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