What Oncologists Believe They Said and What Patients Believe They Heard: An Analysis of Phase I Trial Discussions
Talbot, Denis C
Fallowfield, Lesley J
Journal of clinical oncology : official journal of the American Society of Clinical Oncology 2011 Jan 1; 29(1): 61-8
PURPOSE; Evaluation of the communication and informed consent process in phase I clinical trial interviews to provide authentic, practice-based content for inclusion in a communication skills training intervention for health care professionals.
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