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Palliative care patients' perceptions of the work involved in understanding and managing the network of care provision surrounding them.

Related Articles Palliative care patients’ perceptions of the work involved in understanding and managing the network of care provision surrounding them. BMJ Support Palliat Care. 2017 Jun;7(2):133-139 Authors: Jarrett N, Porter K, Davis C, Lathlean J, Duke S, Corner J, Addington-Hall J Abstract OBJECTIVE: To explore the work carried out for cancer palliative care patients in understanding and dealing with the often large network of care provision surrounding them. METHOD: Qualitative thematic analysis of interviews with 24 patients (aged 48-85 years) with 15 different types/sites of cancer and palliative care needs. RESULTS: The main theme of ‘patient work-their strategies and project…
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