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Integrating Early Palliative Care Into Routine Practice For Patients With Cancer: A Mixed Methods Evaluation Of The INTEGRATE Project
Jenna M Evans, M. Mackinnon, J. Pereira, C. Earle, B. Gagnon, E. Arthurs, Sharon Gradin, S. Buchman, F. Wright
Published 2019 · Medicine
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With increasing evidence from controlled trials on benefits of early palliative care, there is a need for studies examining implementation in real‐world settings. The INTEGRATE Project was a 3‐year real‐world project that promoted early identification and support of patients with cancer who may benefit from palliative care. This study assesses feasibility, stakeholder experiences, and early impact of the INTEGRATE Project
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