Prevalence and correlates of the unmet supportive care needs of individuals diagnosed with a haematological malignancy
BACKGROUND: Information about the unmet supportive care needs of haematological cancer patients is needed for service planning and to inform clinical practice. This study described the prevalence of, and factors associated with, unmet supportive care needs among haematological cancer patients. MATERIAL AND METHODS: A total of 380 adults diagnosed with haematological cancer were recruited from the outpatient department at three comprehensive cancer treatment centres in Australia. Of these, 311...[Show more]
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