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Compassion is considered a key ingredient of quality comprehensive cancer care according to patients and families. While both psychosocial oncology professionals and other members of the interdisciplinary oncology care team desire to provide compassion and cancer centres, professional practice guidelines, and research increasingly attest to the importance of compassion an evidence based approach to understanding, measuring and improving compassion has been a persistent challenge. In this webinar, Dr. Sinclair will discuss the programattic research, that he and his team within the Compassion Research Lab, has undertaken over the last decade to address this gap, including the recent development and validation of a patient reported compassion questionnaire intended for use in research and clinical care.
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The Canadian Association of
Psychosocial Oncology (CAPO)
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