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Real-time image-sharing to educate a patient with lymphoedema on self-care: a case study

The study protocol was approved by the medical ethics committee of the University of Tokyo (#2020287NI) and the authors gained written consent from the patient..

A J curve of interprofessional change: co-locating non-health partners in an oncology unit

The service, Improving the Cancer Journey (ICJ), was launched in Glasgow in 2014. ICJ is managed by Glasgow City Council, and the local NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde board is a key partner alongside a...

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