Penner, Jamie L.; Hack, Tom
May 2013
Oncology Exchange;May2013, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p36
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the results of a clinical trial on psychosocial care in oncology presented at the Canadian Association of Psychosocial Oncology Conference held on April 24-25, 2013 in Ottawa, Ontario. The study aims to develop a decision support guide for family palliative caregivers. The factors affecting the decision to provide home-based care are highlighted.


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