Nurse-led supportive care intervention for men with advanced prostate cancer : Healthcare professionals' perspectives
Ralph, Nicholas, Chambers, Suzanne K., Laurie, Kirstyn, Oliffe, John, Lazenby, Mark and Dunn, Jeff. (2020). Nurse-led supportive care intervention for men with advanced prostate cancer : Healthcare professionals' perspectives. Oncology Nursing Forum. 47(1), pp. 33-43. https://doi.org/10.1188/20.ONF.33-43
|Authors||Ralph, Nicholas, Chambers, Suzanne K., Laurie, Kirstyn, Oliffe, John, Lazenby, Mark and Dunn, Jeff|
Purpose: To identify barriers and corresponding solutions for implementing a telephone-based, nurse-led supportive care intervention for men with advanced prostate cancer.
Participants & Setting: 21 healthcare professionals with an average 15.81 years of experience in diverse prostate cancer care settings.
Methodologic Approach: Data from semistructured interviews were coded into the Theoretical Domains Framework and mapped to behavior change techniques (BCTs) to inform the development of an implementation schema.
Findings: Barriers included lack of knowledge about the effectiveness of survivorship interventions and how to deliver them, low referral rates to psychosocial oncology care, low help-seeking behavior among men with advanced prostate cancer, lack of care coordination skills, and inadequate service capacity.
Implications for Nursing: Interprofessional support exists for a nurse-led supportive care intervention. Causes of low engagement with supportive care among men with advanced prostate cancer extend beyond gendered patterns of response.
|Keywords||prostate cancer; supportive care; advanced cancer; qualitative; implementation|
|Journal||Oncology Nursing Forum|
|Journal citation||47 (1), pp. 33-43|
|Publisher||Oncology Nursing Society|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI)||https://doi.org/10.1188/20.ONF.33-43|
|Research or scholarly||Research|
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|Deposited||19 Nov 2021|
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