Published on in Vol 16 , No 9 (2014) :September

The Management of Acute Adverse Effects of Breast Cancer Treatment in General Practice: A Video-Vignette Study

The Management of Acute Adverse Effects of Breast Cancer Treatment in General Practice: A Video-Vignette Study

The Management of Acute Adverse Effects of Breast Cancer Treatment in General Practice: A Video-Vignette Study

Journals

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  2. Keen A, Embree J, Lancaster S, Bartlett Ellis R. Feasibility of Using Mixed-Media Vignettes to Enhance Nursing Knowledge and Attitudes About Pain Management. The Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing 2017;48(6):282 View
  3. Gimenez L, Druel V, Roques S, Vasseur J, Grosclaude P, Delpierre C, Rouge‐Bugat M. Inventory of tools for care coordination between general practice and hospital system for patients suffering from cancer in active phase of treatment: A scoping review. European Journal of Cancer Care 2020;29(6) View
  4. Soloe C, Burrus O, Subramanian S. The Effectiveness of mHealth and eHealth Tools in Improving Provider Knowledge, Confidence, and Behaviors Related to Cancer Detection, Treatment, and Survivorship Care: a Systematic Review. Journal of Cancer Education 2021 View
  5. Bekele B, Luijendijk M, Schagen S, de Ruiter M, Douw L. Fatigue and resting-state functional brain networks in breast cancer patients treated with chemotherapy. Breast Cancer Research and Treatment 2021 View