TITLE

Suivi partagé des patients atteints de cancers: projet d’essai clinique franco-britannique

AUTHOR(S)
Senn, A.; Coussens, E.; Czernichow, P.
PUB. DATE
December 2007
SOURCE
Oncologie;Dec2007, Vol. 9 Issue 12, p870
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The follow-up of cancer patients is a major challenge faced by Western healthcare systems, given demographic and epidemiological constraints. Within this context, patient follow-up involves basic organisational issues: how do you ensure the continuity of follow-up, while efficiently using the time of medical professionals? The clinical trial launched in Haute-Normandie aims at implementing a joint follow-up process involving specialists and a large number of general practitioners. Our objective is to monitor the quality of this follow-up process, comparing it with the traditional follow-up process (i.e. performed only by specialists). Following discussions within the framework of a Franco-British project (the EU-supported Interreg Project), it was agreed to include British teams in the trial. This partnership will enable us to extend the scope of the trial (more patients recruited) and demonstrate -- if our hypothesis is confirmed -- that a joint follow-up process, including the active involvement of general practitioners, is effective, regardless of the healthcare system.
ACCESSION #
28329060

 

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