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What is needed by staff to implement PROMs into routine oncology care? A qualitative study with the multi-disciplinary team.

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Summary of "What is needed by staff to implement PROMs into routine oncology care? A qualitative study with the multi-disciplinary team."

The aim of this study was to identify strategies to implement patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) into routine oncology outpatients' clinical care.

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Name: European journal of cancer care
ISSN: 1365-2354
Pages: e13167

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