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Evaluation of a survivorship care plan: long-term use, care coordination and quality of life in breast cancer survivors


Aim: This study evaluated the use and impact of a survivorship care plan (SCP) in breast cancer survivors. Methods: An SCP was implemented at the end of treatment in a cohort of 68 Australian breast cancer survivors. Utility, cancer care coordination, satisfaction with medical care, quality of life and unmet needs were measured at baseline, 6 and 18 months. Results: In total, 56% of participants at 6 months and 51% at 18 months reported continued use of the SCP during follow-up consultations.

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