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Patient's perception of a nurse-led Trastuzumab pathway

10 Apr 2014
Helen Roe

This paper presents the development of a pathway at a cancer unit in Northern England. The pathway aimed to ensure that patients with early breast cancer who were receiving Trastuzumab did so in a safe manner. This was achieved by developing a multiprofessional pathway, which crossed traditional boundaries to ensure the patient received the best care available. This paper describes the patient’s perception of the pathway obtained through a patient satisfaction survey and suggestions for its future direction.

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