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Cancer care specialists answer questions concerning a cancer patient's physical, psychological, and spiritual needs. Includes understanding cancer and its treatments; chemotherapy and bone marrow transplant side effects; stress and cancer; the will to live; spirituality; sexuality; nutrition; and r…
v.1: Patient safety and quality ; Evidence-based practice ; Patient-centered care ; v.2: Working conditions : work environment ; Critical opportunities for patient safety and quality ; v.3: Tools for improvement
Translation of a textbook written in Chinese on Western medicine
What is cancer ; Different types of cancer ; How vitamins and minerals help to improve our health ; Treatments for different types of cancer
Report exploring end of life care for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender peoples.
The series is primarily intended to document the disease classifications used in the Population Health Impact of Disease in Canada (PHI) research program and help researchers to understand how the PHI estimates were calculated. It is also of interest to health professionals, advocacy groups, and in…
This guide describes the principles and processes involved in the development of the Chinese Peer Navigator Program at the BC Cancer Agency, Vancouver Centre and the bilingual resources that are used with Chinese-speaking patients (Mandarin, Cantonese and English). ; This program also reflects "b…
Contents: ; The Current Cancer Care Landscape: An Imperative for Change -- Patient-Centered Communication and Shared Decision Making -- The Workforce Caring for Patients with Cancer -- The Evidence Base for High-Quality Cancer Care -- A Learning Health Care Information Technology System for Cancer …