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Bridging the Cultural Divide Between Oncology and Palliative Care Subspecialties: Clinicians' Perceptions on Team Integration.

Related Articles Bridging the Cultural Divide Between Oncology and Palliative Care Subspecialties: Clinicians’ Perceptions on Team Integration. Am J Hosp Palliat Care. 2018 Jul;35(7):978-984 Authors: Tartaglione EV, Vig EK, Reinke LF Abstract PURPOSE: Palliative care improves symptom burden, distress, patient and family satisfaction, and survival for patients with cancer. Oncology professional societies endorse the integration of palliative care into routine care for patients with advanced cancers. Despite this, cultural differences between medical subspecialties and the limited number of clinicians trained in palliative care lower the adoption of integrated care models. We assessed oncologists’ and palliative care clinicians’ perceptions about integrating…
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