Preferences for life expectancy discussions following diagnosis with a life-threatening illness: a discrete choice experiment
The system for patient assessment of cancer experiences (SPACE): a cross-sectional study examining feasibility and acceptability
The new challenge for improving psychosocial cancer care: shifting to a system-based approach
“It sort of hit me like a baseball bat between the eyes”: a qualitative study of the psychosocial experiences of mesothelioma patients and carers
A discrete choice experiment to assess cancer patients' preferences for when and how to make treatment decisions
A national study of the unmet needs of support persons of haematological cancer survivors in rural and urban areas of Australia
Can models of self-management support be adapted across cancer types? A comparison of unmet self-management needs for patients with breast or colorectal cancer
Head and neck cancer patient experience of a new dietitian-delivered health behaviour intervention: 'you know you have to eat to survive'
Quality versus quantity in end-of-life choices of cancer patients and support persons: a discrete choice experiment
The timeliness of patients reporting the side effects of chemotherapy.
A tiered multidisciplinary approach to the psychosocial care of adult cancer patients integrated into routine care: the PROMPT study (a cluster-randomised controlled trial)
Barriers to lung cancer care: health professionals' perspectives
Psychometric testing of the Mandarin version of the 34-item Short-Form Supportive Care Needs Survey in patients with cancer in mainland China
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