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Peer Review Status: Refereed
Title: Health professionals' views of the feasibility and acceptability of an oral care diary by patients during chemotherapy
Author(s): Miller, Morven
Taylor, Anne
Wells, Mary
Roe, Lorna
Hagen, Suzanne
Parson, Felicity
Newlands, Lesley
Galbraith, Fiona
Paterson, Gaye
Kearney, Nora
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Keywords: oral care diary
clinical pratice
patient's perceptions
Issue Date: Feb-2007
Citation: Miller M, Taylor A, Wells M, Roe L, Hagen S, Parson F, Newlands L, Galbraith F, Paterson G & Kearney N (2007) Health professionals' views of the feasibility and acceptability of an oral care diary by patients during chemotherapy, European Journal of Oncology Nursing, 11 (1), pp. 82-84.
Abstract: Aims of the study: This study aimed to explore the feasibility and acceptability of an oral care diary for patients receiving chemotherapy and the perceptions of the health professionals closely involved in the management of their care. This paper reports on the nurses’ perceptions of the usefulness of the oral care diary in clinical practice. Patient’s perceptions and experiences are reported elsewhere.
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