Kim Neylon
University of South Australia
CancerPublic healthHealth informaticsCritical appraisalSurvivorship curveProspective cohort studyPsychological interventionFamily medicineGrey literatureMedicine
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As a treatment summary (TS) documents information for follow-up care, it is believed to be an important communication tool for the patient, their GP, and other health professionals. The aim of this systematic review (SR) was to evaluate the impact of receiving a TS for cancer survivors when compared to receiving standard care and to identify knowledge gaps to inform future research. A systematic search of electronic databases and grey literature was undertaken from August 2018 to October 2018. S...
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