Unmet Supportive Cancer Care Needs: An Exploratory Quantitative Study in Rural Australia

@inproceedings{Rachakonda2015UnmetSC,
  title={Unmet Supportive Cancer Care Needs: An Exploratory Quantitative Study in Rural Australia},
  author={Krishna M Rachakonda and Mathew George and Mohsen Shafiei and Christopher Oldmeadow},
  booktitle={World journal of oncology},
  year={2015}
}
BACKGROUND There is a discernible, often ignored under-evaluated care-management gap in supportive cancer care, where the estimated clinical outcome is seldom translated into patient-centered benefit. METHODS The present research is an exploratory cross-sectional quantitative questionnaire survey study done in rural regions of Australia with the sole purpose of evaluating the care-management gap in terms of the unmet supportive needs of advanced cancer patients to provide baseline data for… CONTINUE READING
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