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  • Individualising breast cancer treatment to improve survival and minimise complications in older women: a research programme including the PLACE RCT [BOOK]
    NIHR Journals Library: Southampton (UK)Bundred N, Todd C, … Riches KBOOK
  • CONCLUSIONS: Half of older patients felt that they influenced decisions about their treatment. No relationship between decision preference being fulfilled and HRQoL in elderly patients diagnosed with cancer occurred, and older age did not predict complications. Primary surgery reduced the hazard of dying of cancer by two-thirds, independent of age, health and tumour characteristics. Women aged ≥ 75 years have reduced odds of receiving chemotherapy. Lymphoedema (along with a BMI of > 30 kg/m2, cigarette smoking and chemotherapy) reduces QoL. Changes in arm volume of > 9% predicted lymphoedema requiring and benefiting from sleeve application. The PLACE trial qualitative work provides a number of insights into problems of recruitment that were specific to this trial (stigma of compression garments) but that are also generalisable to other RCTs.
  • Quality of Life of Couples Living with Sarcoidosis. [Journal Article]
    Respiration 2019; :1-10Voortman M, Hendriks CMR, … De Vries J
  • CONCLUSIONS: The QoL of partners of sarcoidosis patients was reduced, although to a lesser extent than that of the patients. Although the nonspecific symptoms and perceived social support were related to the patients' QoL, this was not the case for the partners. In the management of sarcoidosis, it is important to focus not only on the patients but also on their partners.
  • Learning climate and quality of Italian training courses in gynecology and obstetrics. [Journal Article]
    Eur J Obstet Gynecol Reprod Biol 2019; 241:13-18Sartori E, Ghezzi F, … Zullo F
  • CONCLUSIONS: D-RECT and FYT-Q questionnaires show a training that requires improvement, although the results do not seem to be completely consistent. D-RECT emphasizes the need for a better formal teaching and specialty tutors to ensure training with better LC. Interventions are needed to improve LC and quality of training in postgraduate training courses in gynecology and obstetrics in Italy.
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