'Rounding' for better patient care: an evaluation of an improvement intervention implementation
A discrete choice experiment to assess cancer patients' preferences for when and how to make treatment decisions
Collaborative patient-centered quality improvement: a cross-sectional survey comparing the types and numbers of quality initiatives selected by patients and health professionals
Do cancer patients' psychosocial outcomes and perceptions of quality of care vary across radiation oncology treatment centres?
Do we deliver patient-centred care for cancer patients? Exploring care delivery in Australian medical oncology treatment centres
Exploring patient-centred preparatory information provision in the digital era: an investigation among MRI and CT medical imaging outpatients
Getting the right fit: Convergence between preferred and perceived involvement in treatment decision making among medical oncology outpatients
Has the autonomy pendulum swung too far?
Not asking cancer patients about their preferences does make a difference. A cross-sectional study examining cancer patients' preferred and perceived role in decision-making regarding their last important cancer treatment
Not having adequate time to make a treatment decision can impact on cancer patients' care experience: results of a cross-sectional study
Patient-centred care: making cancer treatment centres accountable
Preferences for life expectancy discussions following diagnosis with a life-threatening illness: a discrete choice experiment
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