Follow-up care after breast cancer treatment: experiences and perceptions of service provision and provider interactions in rural Australian women

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Supportive Care In Cancer, 2011, 19 (12), pp. 1975 - 1982
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Purpose This study aims to explore and examine experiences and perceptions of follow-up care (medical and psychosocial) after active treatment for breast cancer among women living outside major Australian cities. Method Twenty-five semi-structured telephone interviews were conducted. Participants also completed a brief questionnaire to collect demographic, diagnosis, and treatment information. Interviews were audio-recorded, transcribed, independently coded, and then thematically analysed.
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