A qualitative study investigating Australian cancer service outpatients’ experience of distress screening and management: what is the personal relevance, acceptability and improvement opportunities from patient perspectives?
A systematic review of barriers to optimal outpatient specialist services for individuals with prevalent chronic diseases: what are the unique and common barriers experienced by patients in high income countries?
Australian experiences of out-of-pocket costs and financial burden following a cancer diagnosis: a systematic review
Collaborative patient-centered quality improvement: a cross-sectional survey comparing the types and numbers of quality initiatives selected by patients and health professionals
Cross-sectional data that explore the relationship between outpatients' quality of life and preferences for quality improvement in oncology settings
Enlisting the willing: a study of healthcare professional-initiated and opt-in biobanking consent reveals improvement opportunities throughout the registration process
Impact of financial costs of cancer on patients - the Australian experience
Implementing systematic screening and structured care for distressed callers using Cancer Council's telephone services: protocol for a randomized stepped-wedge trial
- Fradgley, Elizabeth A., Boltong, Anna, Roach, Della, Taylor, Jo, Paul, Christine L., O'Brien, Lorna, Boyes , Allison W., Lane, Katherine, Beattie, Annette, Clinton-McHarg, Tara, Jacobsen, Paul B., Doran, Christopher, Barker , Daniel
Long-Term Health-Related Quality of Life Outcomes Following Thyroid Surgery for Malignant or Benign Disease: Deficits Persist in Cancer Survivors Beyond Five Years
Measuring the quality of patient-centered care: why patient-reported measures are critical to reliable assessment
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