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Maxwell AE, Danao LL, Cayetano RT, Crespi CM, Bastani R. Implementation of an evidence-based intervention to promote colorectal cancer screening in community organizations: a cluster randomized trial (2016) Translational Behavioral Medicine;6(2):295-305.

Maxwell AE, Danao LL, Cayetano RT, Crespi CM, Bastani R. Implementation of an evidence-based intervention to promote colorectal cancer screening in community organizations: a cluster randomized trial (2016) Translational Behavioral Medicine;6(2):295-305.

This study reports on a large Colorectal Cancer screening controlled trial conducted in partnership with a variety of community organisation and reports that implementation of an evidence-based program to promote CRC was successful through community based organisation...
Denois V R, Querre M, Chen L, Barrault M, Chauvin F. Inequalities and barriers to the use of supportive care among young breast cancer survivors: a qualitative understanding. (2017) Journal of Cancer Education, Volume 32, Issue 4, pp 790–798

Denois V R, Querre M, Chen L, Barrault M, Chauvin F. Inequalities and barriers to the use of supportive care among young breast cancer survivors: a qualitative understanding. (2017) Journal of Cancer Education, Volume 32, Issue 4, pp 790–798

This paper explores the barriers to supportive care services among breast cancer survivors under the age of 50 in France and report that the major barrier is the way the information about the supportive services are delivered.
Thewes. B,  Davis.E, Girgis. A, Valery.P.C, Giam. K, Hocking. A, Jackson.J, Yf He. V, Yip. D, Garvey. G, Routine screening of Indigenous cancer patients’ unmet support needs: a qualitative study of patient and clinician attitudes (2016) International Journal for Equity in Health, Volume 15, Number 1, Page 1.

Thewes. B, Davis.E, Girgis. A, Valery.P.C, Giam. K, Hocking. A, Jackson.J, Yf He. V, Yip. D, Garvey. G, Routine screening of Indigenous cancer patients’ unmet support needs: a qualitative study of patient and clinician attitudes (2016) International Journal for Equity in Health, Volume 15, Number 1, Page 1.

This qualitative study describes patient and staff attitudes towards the acceptability and feasibility of the Supportive Cancer Needs Assessment Tool for Indigenous People (SCNAT-IP) in routine care. Additionally, this study aimed to identify refinements needed to...