National consensus quality indicators to assess quality of care for active surveillance in low risk prostate cancer: an evidence-informed modified Delphi survey of Canadian Urologists/Radiation Oncologists

National consensus quality indicators to assess quality of care for active surveillance in low risk prostate cancer: an evidence-informed modified Delphi survey of Canadian Urologists/Radiation Oncologists

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    Patricia Trbovich 29 June 2021

    Important work, particularly since no previous quality indicators (QIs) have been developed in the active surveillance for low-risk prostate cancer population. Great example of how to apply the Donabedian framework to structure the results of the modified Delphi. It would be interesting to learn about the QIs which were rated uncertain or inappropriate. Thank you for sharing!

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