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Table 2 Themes identified in included studies

From: What are the attitudes of health professionals regarding patient reported outcome measures (PROMs) in oncology practice? A mixed-method synthesis of the qualitative evidence

StudiesAttitudes to identifying patient issues and needsAttitudes to managing and addressing patient issuesAttitudes to the care experienceAttitudes to the integration of PROMs into clinical practiceBarriers & Facilitators
Prioritising and focusing on issuesSensitive topicsClinical usefulness of informationInforming practiceRespondingCoordinationHP-Patient interactionPatient EngagementAcceptabilityFeasibilityWorkflowFit with practiceValue of PROMsCapacitySupport
Absolom et al., 2011 [26]     
Basch et al., 2005 [27]          
Biddle et al., 2016 [28]     
Brundage et al., 2019 [29]     
Carolan and Campbell, 2016 [30]      
Cox et al., 2011 [31]       
DuBenske et al., 2008 [32]         
Gamlen and Arber, 2013 [33]    
Girgis et al., 2017 [10]    
Groff et al., 2018 [34]      
Handberg et al., 2018 [35]       
Hubbard 2014 [36]        
Jagsi et al., 2013 [37]    
Javid et al., 2017 [38]             
Kallen et al., 2012 [39]        
Kendall et al., 2013 [40]         
Kettis-Lindblad et al., 2007 [41]     
Korzeniowski et al., 2016 [42]       
Kotronoulas et al., 2017 [43]     
Maguire et al., 2008 [44]        
Maguire et al., 2015 [45]     
McCarthy et al., 2016 [46]     
Meldahl et al., 2013 [47]         
Noble-Jones et al., 2019 [48]       
Osborne et al., 2014 [49]        
Semple et al., 2018 [50]       
Snyder et al., 2013 [51]          
Stover et al., 2015 [52]       
Sundberg et al., 2015 [53]         
Taylor et al., 2017 [54]      
Thayssen et al., 2017 [55]          
Thewes et al., 2016 [56]      
Velikova et al., 2002 [57]    
Velikova et al., 2008 [58]      
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