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Outcomes And Outcome Measures Used In Evaluation Of Communication Training In Oncology - A Systematic Literature Review, An Expert Workshop, And Recommendations For Future Research, F. Fischer, S. Helmer, A. Rogge, J. I. Arraras, A. Buchholz, A. Hannawa, M. Horneber, A. Kiss, Matthias S. F. Rose, W. Sollner, B. Stein, J. Weis, P. Schofield, C. M. Witt Aug 2019

Outcomes And Outcome Measures Used In Evaluation Of Communication Training In Oncology - A Systematic Literature Review, An Expert Workshop, And Recommendations For Future Research, F. Fischer, S. Helmer, A. Rogge, J. I. Arraras, A. Buchholz, A. Hannawa, M. Horneber, A. Kiss, Matthias S. F. Rose, W. Sollner, B. Stein, J. Weis, P. Schofield, C. M. Witt

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BACKGROUND: Communication between health care provider and patients in oncology presents challenges. Communication skills training have been frequently developed to address those. Given the complexity of communication training, the choice of outcomes and outcome measures to assess its effectiveness is important. The aim of this paper is to 1) perform a systematic review on outcomes and outcome measures used in evaluations of communication training, 2) discuss specific challenges and 3) provide recommendations for the selection of outcomes in future studies.

METHODS: To identify studies and reviews reporting on the evaluation of communication training for health care professionals in oncology, we ...


The National Cancer Institute's Health Information National Trends Survey [Hints]: A National Cross-Sectional Analysis Of Talking To Your Doctor And Other Healthcare Providers For Health Information, Julie E. Volkman, Tana M. Luger, Kimberly L.L. Harvey, Timothy P. Hogan, Stephanie L. Shimada, Daniel J. Amante, D. Keith Mcinnes, Hua Feng, Thomas K. Houston Jun 2014

The National Cancer Institute's Health Information National Trends Survey [Hints]: A National Cross-Sectional Analysis Of Talking To Your Doctor And Other Healthcare Providers For Health Information, Julie E. Volkman, Tana M. Luger, Kimberly L.L. Harvey, Timothy P. Hogan, Stephanie L. Shimada, Daniel J. Amante, D. Keith Mcinnes, Hua Feng, Thomas K. Houston

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BACKGROUND: The need to understand preferred sources of health information remains important to providing patient-centered care. The Internet remains a popular resource for health information, but more traditional sources may still be valid for patients during a recent health need. This study sought to understand the characteristics of patients that turn to their doctor or healthcare provider first for a recent health or medical information need.

METHODS: Using the national cross-sectional survey, Health Information National Trend Study [HINTS], characteristics of those who sought a doctor or healthcare provider for a recent health information need were compared to other sources. Weighted ...