« Accompanying patients in clinical oncology teams: Reported activities and perceived effects »

New article published and co-written by Catherine Régis, Marie-Pascale Pomey et al. in the Health Expectations journal.

About the article :

Since 2018, four establishments in Quebec, Canada, have decided to implement the PAROLE-Onco programme, which introduced accompanying patients (APs) in healthcare teams to improve the experience of cancer patients. APs are patient advisors who have had a cancer treatment experience and who conduct consultations to complement the service offered by providing emotional, informational and educational support to patients undergoing treatments (e.g., radiotherapy, chemotherapy, surgery), mostly for breast cancer. We aimed to explore the evolution of APs’ perspectives regarding their activities within the clinical oncology teams as well as the perceived effects of their intervention with patients, the clinical team and themselves.


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Ce contenu a été mis à jour le 4 mars 2023 à 17 h 41 min.


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