Improving quality of life through the routine use of the patient concerns inventory for head and neck cancer patients: Main results of a cluster preference randomised trial

SIMON ROGERS*, Christine Allmark, Fazilet Bekiroglu, Rhiannon Tudor Edwards, Gillon Fabbroni, Robert Flavel, Victoria Highet, Michael W. S. Ho, Gerald M. Humphris, Terry M Jones, Owais Khattak, Jeffrey Lancaster, Christopher Loh, Derek Lowe, Cher Lowies, Dominic Macareavy, James Moor, T. K. Ong, Amit Prasai, Nicholas RolandCherith Semple, Llinos Spencer, Sankalap Tandon, Steven Thomas, Andrew Schache, Richard Shaw, Anastasios Kanatas

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Nursing and Health Professions

Medicine and Dentistry

Psychology

Pharmacology, Toxicology and Pharmaceutical Science

Neuroscience