Cancer-related information needs and treatment decision-making experiences of people with dementia in England: a multiple perspective qualitative study.
AffiliationChristie Patient Centred Research, School of Oncology, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust, Manchester, UK
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AbstractLittle is known about the cancer experience and support needs of people with dementia. In particular, no evidence currently exists to demonstrate the likely complex decision-making processes for this patient group and the oncology healthcare professionals (HCP) involved in their care. The aim of this study was to explore the cancer-related information needs and decision-making experiences of patients with cancer and comorbid dementia, their informal caregivers and oncology HCPs.
CitationCancer-related information needs and treatment decision-making experiences of people with dementia in England: a multiple perspective qualitative study. 2018, 8 (4): BMJ Open
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