Subject Areas on Research
- "How Much Time Do I Have?": Communicating Prognosis in the Era of Exceptional Responders.
- Discussing Health Care Expenses in the Oncology Clinic: Analysis of Cost Conversations in Outpatient Encounters.
- Engaging Multidisciplinary Stakeholders to Drive Shared Decision-Making in Oncology.
- Evolution of Geriatric Assessment in Oncology.
- Gender variation in Medicare utilization and payments in gynecologic oncology.
- Improving Access to Cancer Testing and Treatment in Kenya.
- Knowledge and Preferences of Primary Care Providers in Delivering Head and Neck Cancer Survivorship Care.
- ONCOLOGISTS' BARRIERS AND FACILITATORS FOR ONCOTYPE DX USE: QUALITATIVE STUDY.
- Oncologists' responses to patient and caregiver negative emotions and patient perception of quality of communication: results from a multi-ethnic Asian setting.
- Patient-Centered Communication for Discussing Oncotype DX Testing.
- Stress and burnout among gynecologic oncologists: A Society of Gynecologic Oncology Evidence-based Review and Recommendations.
- Supporting cancer family caregivers: How can frontline oncology clinicians help?
- The utility of cost discussions between patients with cancer and oncologists.
- Triadic treatment decision-making in advanced cancer: a pilot study of the roles and perceptions of patients, caregivers, and oncologists.
- What do these scores mean? Presenting patient-reported outcomes data to patients and clinicians to improve interpretability.
- Why Burnout Is So Hard to Fix.
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