Variations in concerns reported on the patient concerns inventory in patients with head and neck cancer from different health settings across the world.
09 июня 2021 года
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Variations in concerns reported on the patient concerns inventory in patients with head and neck cancer from different health settings across the world.
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Title: Variations in concerns reported on the patient concerns inventory in patients with head and neck cancer from different health settings across the world.
Author, co-author: Rogers, Simon N.; Alvear, Alvaro; Anesi, Alexandre; Babin, Emmanuel; Balik, Ali; Batstone, Martin; Brockmeyer, Phillipp; Carrasco, Claudia Celedon; Chien, Chih-Yen; Chirila, Magdalena; Dholam, Kanchan P.; Doss, Jennifer G.; Finizia, Caterina; Ghani, Wan M. Nabilah; Gurav, Sandeep V.; Kadir, Kathreena; Kolator, Mateusz; Lima, Roberto; Lin, Yu-Tsai; Nhongo, Simon; Ozdemir-Karatas, Meltem; Peker, Kadriye; Pesic, Zoran; RANSY, Pierre; Santos, Izabella; Schliephake, Henning; Shah, Ketan; Souza, Fernanda; Sunil, Geethu; Thankappan, Krishnakumar; Ehrsson, Ylva Tiblom; Tiple, Cristina; Tuomi, Lisa; Valerini, Sara; Lara, Pablo Vasquez; Zatonski, Tomasz; Lowe, Derek
Abstract: BACKGROUND: The aim was to collate and contrast patient concerns from a range of different head and neck cancer follow-up clinics around the world. Also, we sought to explore the relationship, if any, between responses to the patient concerns inventory (PCI) and overall quality of life (QOL). METHODS: Nineteen units participated with intention of including 100 patients per site as close to a consecutive series as possible in order to minimize selection bias. RESULTS: There were 2136 patients with a median total number of PCI items selected of 5 (2-10). "Fear of the cancer returning" (39%) and "dry mouth" (37%) were most common. Twenty-five percent (524) reported less than good QOL. CONCLUSION: There was considerable variation between units in the number of items selected and in overall QOL, even after allowing for case-mix variables. There was a strong progressive association between the number of PCI items and QOL.
Commentary: (c) 2019 The Authors. Head & Neck published by Wiley Periodicals, Inc.


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Variations in concerns reported on the patient concerns inventory in patients with head and neck cancer from different health settings across the world.
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[en] BACKGROUND: The aim was to collate and contrast patient concerns from a range of different head and neck cancer follow-up clinics around the world. Also, we sought to explore the relationship, if any, between responses to the patient concerns inventory (PCI) and overall quality of life (QOL). METHODS: Nineteen units participated with intention of including 100 patients per site as close to a consecutive series as possible in order to minimize selection bias. RESULTS: There were 2136 patients with a median total number of PCI items selected of 5 (2-10). "Fear of the cancer returning" (39%) and "dry mouth" (37%) were most common. Twenty-five percent (524) reported less than good QOL. CONCLUSION: There was considerable variation between units in the number of items selected and in overall QOL, even after allowing for case-mix variables. There was a strong progressive association between the number of PCI items and QOL.
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