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Session K: Models and Systems of Care Delivery
Thursday, 7 November 2013, 10:30 - 12:00
Leeuwen Room I & II
Chair: Thomas Hack
K-1 Reported differences in unmet psychosocial supportive care needs mostly attributable to culture and health system, rather than disease.
Richard Fielding*1, Wendy W.T. Lam1, Toru Okuyama2, Shiow Ching Shun3, Tatsuo Akechi2, Yeur Hur Lai3, Wylie Wai Yee Li1
1The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 2Nagoya City University Graduate School of Medical Sciences, Japan, 3National Taiwan University, Taiwan
K-2 Developing Consensus-based Clinical Referral Pathways For The Management Of Psychological Distress (Depression And Anxiety) For Adults With Cancer In Australia
Nicole Rankin*1, Phyllis Butow1, Thida Thein1, Melanie Price1, Tracy Robinson1, Kerry Clover2, Peter Grimison3
1The University of Sydney, Australia, 2The University of Newcastle, Australia, 3Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Australia
K-3 Cancer hotline service working experiences and its effectiveness in the Hong Kong context
Pisa W.F. Lee*, Sau-Fong Chow
Hong Kong Cancer Fund, Hong Kong
K-4 Looking towards the future: Consumer preferences for blood-based screening for colorectal cancer
Ian Zajac*1, Amy Duncan2, Ingrid Flight1, Carlene Wilson3, Deborah Turnbull2
1CSIRO, Australia, 2University of Adelaide, Australia, 3Flinders University, Australia
K-5 Psychosocial Care in Europe: preliminary results from a survey conducted under the Psychosocial Oncology Action of the European Partnership for Action Against Cancer
Luzia Travado*1, Josep Borras2
1Champalimaud Cancer Center, Portugal, 2Institut Catalan of Oncology, Spain