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Qualitative approach to patient-reported outcomes in oncology: protocol of a French study.

Orri M, Sibeoni J, Labey M, Bousquet G, Verneuil L, Revah-Levy A, QualiPRO study gro - BMJ Open (2015)

Bottom Line: These three points of view will be compared and contrasted in order to analyse the convergences and divergences in these perspectives.We expect that our findings will help to improve communication and relationships between doctors, patients and families.Comparison of these three points of view will provide information about the convergences and divergences of these perspectives and how to address the needs of all three groups.

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Affiliation: INSERM 1178 research unit, Paris, France Paris-Sud University and Paris-Descartes University, Paris, France Department of Psychology, CRP-CPO Lab, University of Picardie Jules Vernes, Amiens, France.

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Gantt diagram of study timescale. The figure represents how the five main phases of the study are organised in the 2-year project.
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BMJOPEN2015008042F2: Gantt diagram of study timescale. The figure represents how the five main phases of the study are organised in the 2-year project.

Mentions: This is a 2-year project. Figure 2 sets forth the planned timeline. After a 2-month coordination phase, study team organisational meetings, and allocation of resources, we will start three pilot interviews to verify the pertinence of our question guide. These interviews and their analysis and discussion will take 1 month. After the pilot phase, we will start data collection, which will take 7 months. Analysis will start almost simultaneously, a month after the interviews begin, and will be completed at month 18 after the beginning of the study. The remaining time will be dedicated to the diffusion of our results (drafting journal articles and conference presentations) and to the preparation of the final report for the funders.


Qualitative approach to patient-reported outcomes in oncology: protocol of a French study.

Orri M, Sibeoni J, Labey M, Bousquet G, Verneuil L, Revah-Levy A, QualiPRO study gro - BMJ Open (2015)

Gantt diagram of study timescale. The figure represents how the five main phases of the study are organised in the 2-year project.
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Related In: Results  -  Collection

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BMJOPEN2015008042F2: Gantt diagram of study timescale. The figure represents how the five main phases of the study are organised in the 2-year project.
Mentions: This is a 2-year project. Figure 2 sets forth the planned timeline. After a 2-month coordination phase, study team organisational meetings, and allocation of resources, we will start three pilot interviews to verify the pertinence of our question guide. These interviews and their analysis and discussion will take 1 month. After the pilot phase, we will start data collection, which will take 7 months. Analysis will start almost simultaneously, a month after the interviews begin, and will be completed at month 18 after the beginning of the study. The remaining time will be dedicated to the diffusion of our results (drafting journal articles and conference presentations) and to the preparation of the final report for the funders.

Bottom Line: These three points of view will be compared and contrasted in order to analyse the convergences and divergences in these perspectives.We expect that our findings will help to improve communication and relationships between doctors, patients and families.Comparison of these three points of view will provide information about the convergences and divergences of these perspectives and how to address the needs of all three groups.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: INSERM 1178 research unit, Paris, France Paris-Sud University and Paris-Descartes University, Paris, France Department of Psychology, CRP-CPO Lab, University of Picardie Jules Vernes, Amiens, France.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus