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Outcomes measurement in cancer

Outcomes measurement in cancer

Methods for the measurement of outcomes in cancer patients

Author: phall2

“A natural experiment using Scottish clinical data to estimate the real-world effectiveness of adjuvant chemotherapy in breast cancer patients” See the project page for more and project outputs. The need for efficient production of real-world evidence Rigorous assessments of the causal impact of healthcare interventions require unbiased research designs. Randomised controlled trials (RCT) are the gold standard […]

  Hi my name is Morag, I currently work as a Macmillan Breast Care Nurse at St John’s Hospital in Livingston, within the Oncology Unit as part of the breast team, which includes surgeons, oncologists, radiologists, clinic and ward based staff. Having been a registered nurse for over 30 years, and working with both adults […]

Supporting shared decision making in secondary breast cancer: What matters to patients in an era of personalised care Every day patients with secondary breast cancer face difficult decisions about their treatment. Different treatment options are associated with unique benefits but also negative side-effects. Info-BC seeks to find out how people value these aspects of treatment […]


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