Screening for distress, the sixth vital sign: examining self-referral in people with cancer over a one-year period
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Overall levels of access of psychosocial services were relatively low in this population and varied by socio–demographic variables and symptom burden. Routine monitoring of psychosocial, practical and physical concerns is a potential strategy for targeting individuals who may require additional information or support in accessing available services to manage their concerns.
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