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Pharmacy consultation outcomes during a lung cancer awareness campaign

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Pharmacy consultation outcomes during a lung cancer awareness campaign. / Heading, Christine ; Guirguis, Amira; Shah, Shreya; Bancroft, Stephanie.

In: BAOJ Cancer Research Therapy, Vol. 1, No. 2, 29.09.2015, p. 009.

Research output: Contribution to journalLetter

Harvard

Heading, C, Guirguis, A, Shah, S & Bancroft, S 2015, 'Pharmacy consultation outcomes during a lung cancer awareness campaign', BAOJ Cancer Research Therapy, vol. 1, no. 2, pp. 009.

APA

Heading, C., Guirguis, A., Shah, S., & Bancroft, S. (2015). Pharmacy consultation outcomes during a lung cancer awareness campaign. BAOJ Cancer Research Therapy, 1(2), 009.

Vancouver

Heading C, Guirguis A, Shah S, Bancroft S. Pharmacy consultation outcomes during a lung cancer awareness campaign. BAOJ Cancer Research Therapy. 2015 Sep 29;1(2):009.

Author

Heading, Christine ; Guirguis, Amira ; Shah, Shreya ; Bancroft, Stephanie. / Pharmacy consultation outcomes during a lung cancer awareness campaign. In: BAOJ Cancer Research Therapy. 2015 ; Vol. 1, No. 2. pp. 009.

Bibtex

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abstract = "Lung cancer remains a condition that is frequently diagnosed too late for optimum prognosis [1]. Several factors seem to contribute to this, but there is good evidence that response to potential symptoms of lung cancer and awareness of the condition varies between men and women. This is believed to contribute to delayed diagnosis in men, with reluctance to report minor symptoms to a general medical practitioner (GP) identified as one cause [2]. In response to this, audit data from a two week health improvement campaign undertaken by 29 pharmacies in North West London during Lung Cancer Awareness Month in 2013, was subjected to analysis that included gender as a variable. The results suggest that this analysis was justified.",
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RIS

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AU - Shah, Shreya

AU - Bancroft, Stephanie

N1 - Copyright: © 2015 Stephanie Bancroft, et al. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.

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N2 - Lung cancer remains a condition that is frequently diagnosed too late for optimum prognosis [1]. Several factors seem to contribute to this, but there is good evidence that response to potential symptoms of lung cancer and awareness of the condition varies between men and women. This is believed to contribute to delayed diagnosis in men, with reluctance to report minor symptoms to a general medical practitioner (GP) identified as one cause [2]. In response to this, audit data from a two week health improvement campaign undertaken by 29 pharmacies in North West London during Lung Cancer Awareness Month in 2013, was subjected to analysis that included gender as a variable. The results suggest that this analysis was justified.

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