13 November 2019
The UCLA Center for Health Policy Research (UCLA CHPR) is developing a report on metastatic breast cancer, with the goal to drive actionable change in policy and practice. On Monday November 18th, the community will be asked to provide their thoughts for the UCLA CHPR team as part of their research study. The goal is to hear from patients, healthcare providers, researchers, caregivers, and advocates about the different types of barriers and challenges that patients with metastatic breast cancer may encounter when seeking and undergoing treatment.
No idea too small or idealistic – we want creative, actionable solutions! The information gathered in this research study will be shared more broadly with other stakeholders, advocates, and policy makers. Please add your voice to this important conversation! This study has been funded by the California Breast Cancer Research Program.
The study team may be contacted by sending an email to: [email protected]
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Discussion topics will include:
- What are the most significant healthcare communication barriers faced by patients with metastatic breast cancer?
- What are the most significant barriers to obtaining appropriate palliative care faced by patients with metastatic breast cancer?
- What are the most significant financial barriers faced by patients with metastatic breast cancer?
- What are the most significant barriers to obtaining disability faced by patients with metastatic breast cancer?
- What health system or policy actions do you recommend to address barriers these barriers to care?
- Any other comments or suggestions!