Clinical Utility and User Perceptions of a Digital System for Electronic Patient-Reported Symptom Monitoring During Routine Cancer Care: Findings From the PRO-TECT Trial
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Citation:
JCO Clin Cancer Inform vol 4 947-57
Year:
2020
Type:
Manuscript
Funding:
PCORI
Endpoint:
Primary
Analysis:
Primary
Status:
Presented/Published
Citation Status:
ppub
Note:
Methodological:
No
Biospecimen:
No
DataSharing:
No
SDC:
Yes
Book Volume:
Parents:
3256  
Children:
None
Program:
ACS
Primary Committee:
ACS CCDRC
Sec. Committees:
Health Outcome    
Pharmas:
 
Grants:
IHS-1511-33392  
Corr. Author:
 
Authors:
                                             
Networks:
ADM403, ALLIANCE, LAPS-MA036, LAPS-MN026, LAPS-NC007, LAPS-NC010, LAPS-NY016, LAPS-TX035, MA043   
Study
AFT-39
Multiple Studies, or Legacy Studies in Alliance Study:
Phases:
3
Keywords: