Are nurse-led chemotherapy clinics really nurse-led? An ethnographic study.
AffiliationChristie Patient Centred Research Group, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust, Wilmslow Road, Withington, Manchester, M20 4BX
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AbstractThe number of patients requiring ambulatory chemotherapy is increasing year on year, creating problems with capacity in outpatient clinics and chemotherapy units. Although nurse-led chemotherapy clinics have been set up to address this, there is a lack of evaluation of their effectiveness. Despite a rapid expansion in the development of nursing roles and responsibilities in oncology, there is little understanding of the operational aspects of nurses' roles in nurse-led clinics.
CitationAre nurse-led chemotherapy clinics really nurse-led? An ethnographic study. 2017, 69:1-8 Int J Nurs Stud
JournalInternational Journal of Nursing Studies
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