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Exploring the impact of user involvement on health and social care services for cancer in the UK.

By Pam Attree, Sara Morris, Maggie Clifton, Sue Hinder and Suzanne Vaughan

Abstract

This report presents the findings from a study of cancer network partnership groups in the UK. Cancer network partnership groups are regional organisations set up to enable joint working between people affected by cancer and health professionals, with the aim of improving cancer care

Year: 2009
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