Published in Cancer Weekly, November 22nd, 2005
"The use of validated tools is increasingly accepted as an unqualified good that is viewed as best practice in supportive care. This article begins to explore the impact of standardized questionnaire use in supportive care by presenting findings from recent qualitative research on clients' perceptions of the use of standardized assessment tools during their hospice experience," scientists writing in the journal Supportive Care in Cancer reported.
"There were two arms to this phenomenological descriptive study: A) Interviews with hospice patients and...
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