Systematic screening of distress: Portraits and cross-examination of the various stakeholders' perceptions, clinical perspectives, and research—Part 2
Dépistage systématique de la détresse : portraits et regards croisés sur les perceptions des différents acteurs, perspectives cliniques et de recherche Partie 2

Nicole Tremblay, Odette Roy, Aurélie Lecocq
2017 Canadian Oncology Nursing Journal  
reVue CanadIenne de soIns InFIrmIers en onCologIe METHODS Design As described in Part 1, an exploratory sequential mixed research design was developed and used to capture complex realities, such as nurse-patient interactions around topics that are potentially emotionally charged in a new and unpredictable context (Foss & Ellefsen, 2002) . Study objectives This study had five distinct goals. This article will present the results of Objectives 3 and 5, and part of 4. The study objectives were set
more » ... objectives were set according to the populations under study. The first three were identical for the two cancer clienteles. The fourth objective specifically targets the hematological cancer and transplant population, while the fifth focuses on breast cancer patients. Hematological and breast cancer populations Objectives: 1. To collect information on the psychological distress experienced by the targeted clientele at specific moments of the care trajectory (Phase 1); 2. To collect information on the process of implementing systematic screening for distress in the various sectors affected by the screening (Phases 1-3) ;
doi:10.5737/23688076274328337 fatcat:eot7ihvoojdlbk67zd7o3j4ecy