Improving communication in cancer care : A quasi-experimental study testing the effects of an interactive tailored patient assessment on communication between cancer patients and physicians and nurses
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AbstractList of papers. The papers are removed from the thesis due to copyright restrictions.
Paper 1: Heyn, L., Finset, A., Eide, H., Ruland, C.M. Effects of an interactive tailored patient assessment on patient-clinician communication in cancer care. Psychooncology. 2013 Jan;22(1):89-96 doi:10.1002/pon.2064
Paper 2: Heyn, L., Ruland, C.M., Finset, A. Effects of an interactive tailored patient assessment tool on eliciting and responding to cancer patients’ cues and concerns in clinical consultations with physicians and nurses. Patient Educ Couns. 2012 Feb;86(2):158-65. doi:10.1016/j.pec.2011.04.024
Paper 3: Heyn, L., Finset, A., Ruland, C.M. Talking about worries and feelings in cancer consultations. The effects of an interactive tailored symptom assessment on sources, explicitness, and timing of emotional cues and concerns. Cancer Nurs. 2013 Mar;36(2):E20-30. doi:10.1097/NCC.0b013e318254af66
Paper 4: Finset, A., Heyn, L., Ruland, C.M. Responses of physicians and nurses to patients’ emotional cues and concerns in cancer care consultations. J Gen Intern Med (submitted)
Paper 5: Heyn, L., Finset, A., Eide, H., Ruland, C.M. Patient-clinician communication assisted by an interactive tailored symptom assessment: differences and similarities in nurses’ and physicians’ communication patterns. Supportive Care in Cancer (short communication, submitted)