Systemic screening of distress: Portraits and cross-examination of the various stakeholders’ perceptions, clinical perspectives, and research—Part 1

Nicole Tremblay, Odette Roy, Aurélie Lecocq

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This article presents the findings of the first phase of a study with an exploratory sequential mixed research design (Creswell & Plano Clarke, 2007). It was made possible by financial support from the Canadian Association of Nurses in Oncology and the Fondation de l’hôpital Maisonneuve-Rosemont, a fund administered by the hospital’s Centre d’excellence en soins infirmiers.


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