The initial development of an instrument to assess the psychosocial needs and unmet needs of young people who have a parent with cancer: piloting the offspring cancer needs instrument (OCNI)

@article{Patterson2010TheID,
  title={The initial development of an instrument to assess the psychosocial needs and unmet needs of young people who have a parent with cancer: piloting the offspring cancer needs instrument (OCNI)},
  author={Pandora Patterson and Angela Pearce and Emma Slawitschka},
  journal={Supportive Care in Cancer},
  year={2010},
  volume={19},
  pages={1165-1174}
}
PurposeThis study aimed to identify the psychosocial needs of young people (12–24 years) who have a parent with cancer and to assess whether these needs are being met. This paper also presented the initial steps in the development of a need-based measure—the Offspring Cancer Needs Instrument (OCNI).MethodsStudy 1 used qualitative methods to identify the needs of the target population, including a focus group (n = 6), telephone interviews (n = 8) and staff survey (n = 26). In study 2, a… CONTINUE READING

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