Plans de soins de suivi normalisés et individualisés dédiés aux survivantes du cancer du sein : Évaluation du programme

Nicole Rutkowski, Carrie MacDonald-Liska, Kelly-Anne Baines, Vicky Samuel, Cheryl Harris, Sophie Lebel

Abstract


Le Programme de bien-être au-delà du cancer fournit des plans de soins de suivi (PSS) aux survivants qui passent du centre de cancérologie à leur médecin traitant une fois leurs traitements terminés. L’évaluation de ce programme a permis de vérifier si les PSS normalisés stimulent autant les connaissances et l’activation des patients que les PSS personnalisés. Les survivantes d’un cancer du sein qui ont reçu un PSS (normalisé ou personnalisé) ont répondu à un premier sondage avant le « rendez-vous de transition » puis à un autre à la fin de la rencontre. On leur demandait alors d’autoévaluer leurs connaissances et de répondre aux questions sur l’Efficacité perçue de la relation médecin-patient (PEPPI) et la Mesure d’activation du patient (MAP). Au total, quatre-vingt-sept survivantes du cancer du sein ont répondu aux sondages (PSS personnalisé, n = 43; PSS normalisé, n = 44). Dans les deux cas, les résultats sur les connaissances et l’activation des patientes étaient comparables. Les PSS normalisés, plus rentables, pourraient donc contribuer à alléger les contraintes relatives aux ressources humaines et faire l’objet d’évaluations plus poussées en vue d’être intégrés dans les centres de cancérologie.


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