DEVELOPMENT OF NOVEL TECHNOLOGY-BASED SOLUTIONS THAT WILL ASSIST CLINICIANS IN ACCOMPLISHING KEY FUNCTIONS OF PATIENT-CENTERED COMMUNICATION IN CANCER CARE.
In 2010, 207,090 new cases of breast cancer and 81,450 new cases of gynecologic cancer will be diagnosed in the United States. From diagnosis onward, communication is essential to high-quality health care. Specifically, research has linked patient-centeredcommunication to higher overall rates of satisfaction and a better quality of life. Thus, improving effective communication could improve the lives of cancer patients. To this end, this project expands the work completed in Phase I through the following aims:
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