Published on 28.07.17 in Vol 6, No 7 (2017): July
Works citing "Integrated Care in Prostate Cancer (ICARE-P): Nonrandomized Controlled Feasibility Study of Online Holistic Needs Assessment, Linking the Patient and the Health Care Team"
According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/resprot.7667):
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- Clarke AL, Roscoe J, Appleton R, Parashar D, Muthuswamy R, Khan O, Dale J, Nanton V. Promoting integrated care in prostate cancer through online prostate cancer-specific holistic needs assessment: a feasibility study in primary care. Supportive Care in Cancer 2020;28(4):1817CrossRef
- Appleton R, Nanton V, Roscoe J, Dale J. “Good care” throughout the prostate cancer pathway: Perspectives of patients and health professionals. European Journal of Oncology Nursing 2019;42:36CrossRef
- Clarke AL, Roscoe J, Appleton R, Dale J, Nanton V. “My gut feeling is we could do more...” a qualitative study exploring staff and patient perspectives before and after the implementation of an online prostate cancer-specific holistic needs assessment. BMC Health Services Research 2019;19(1)CrossRef
- Nanton V, Appleton R, Loew J, Ahmed N, Ahmedzai S, Dale J. Men don't talk about their health, but will they CHAT? The potential of online holistic needs assessment in prostate cancer. BJU International 2018;121(4):494CrossRef