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Title: Patient and healthcare perspectives on the importance and efficacy of addressing spiritual issues within an interdisciplinary bone marrow transplant clinic: a qualitative study
Authors: Sinclair, Shane
McConnell, Shelagh
Bouchal, Shelley Raffin
Ager, Naree
Booker, Reanne
Enns, Bert
Fung, Tak
Issue Date: Jul-2016
Citation: Sinclaire, Shane, McConnell, Shelagh, et al. "Patient and healthcare perspectives on the importance and efficacy of addressing spiritual issues within an interdisciplinary bone marrow transplant clinic: a qualitative study." July 2016. BMJ Open.
Abstract: The purpose of this study was to use a qualitative approach to better understand the importance and efficacy of addressing spiritual issues within an interdisciplinary bone marrow transplant clinic from the perspectives of patients and healthcare providers. Participants were recruited from the bone marrow transplant clinic of a large urban outpatient cancer care centre in western Canada. Focus groups were conducted with patients (n=7) and healthcare providers (n=9) to explore the importance of addressing spiritual issues across the treatment trajectory and to identify factors associated with effectively addressing these needs.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1880/51497
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