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We will also assess the patients’ reasons for accepting or refusing psycho-oncological support services.

We assess at three points in time, based on paper-and-pencil questionnaires and two patient interviews during the study period.

Patients were screened for pain scores, distress scores, physical and psychological symptoms, and spiritual and emotional distress.

Results: Significant increasing trend seen for pain score, distress score, and total number of symptoms during 2 week, and completion of radiotherapy treatment compared to pretreatment.

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International standards prioritize introducing routine emotional distress screening in cancer care to accurately identify patients who most need psycho-oncological treatment, and ensure that patients can access appropriate supportive care.

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We aim to 1) assess the barriers and predictors of uptake of in-house psycho-oncological support along the distress screening pathway in cancer patients treated at a University Oncology Outpatient Clinic and, 2) determine how patients and clinicians perceive communication about psychosocial distress after screening with the Distress Thermometer.

Causal factors of distress are multifactorial; which encompasses physical, psychological, spiritual, and existential factors with complex interrelationship among the factors.

Materials and Methods: Thirty patients undergoing head and neck radiotherapy were included in the study.

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National guidelines for stroke recommend that all patients entering rehabilitation are screened for mood disturbance using a validated measure.

We aim to 1) assess the barriers and predictors of uptake of in-house psycho-oncological support along the distress screening pathway in cancer patients treated at a University Oncology Outpatient Clinic and, 2) determine how patients and clinicians perceive communication about psychosocial distress after screening with the Distress Thermometer.

Causal factors of distress are multifactorial; which encompasses physical, psychological, spiritual, and existential factors with complex interrelationship among the factors.

Materials and Methods: Thirty patients undergoing head and neck radiotherapy were included in the study.

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National guidelines for stroke recommend that all patients entering rehabilitation are screened for mood disturbance using a validated measure.

We will monitor outcomes (psycho-oncology service uptake) four months after study entry.