Using intervention mapping to develop a work-related guidance tool for those affected by cancer

@inproceedings{Munir2013UsingIM,
  title={Using intervention mapping to develop a work-related guidance tool for those affected by cancer},
  author={Fehmidah Munir and Katryna Kalawsky and Deborah J. Wallis and Emma Donaldson-Feilder},
  booktitle={BMC public health},
  year={2013}
}
BACKGROUND Working-aged individuals diagnosed and treated for cancer require support and assistance to make decisions regarding work. However, healthcare professionals do not consider the work-related needs of patients and employers do not understand the full impact cancer can have upon the employee and their work. We therefore developed a work-related guidance tool for those diagnosed with cancer that enables them to take the lead in stimulating discussion with a range of different healthcare… CONTINUE READING
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