Topic 3: Chemotherapy
When you see patients who have completed treatment for colon or rectal cancer and do not have active disease, how important is it for you to know:
Not ImportantSomewhat ImportantVery ImportantUndecided
41. … whether the patient had chemotherapy
42. … the dates each regimen of chemotherapy was completed
43. … the name of each chemotherapy drug administered
44. … the dose of each chemotherapy drug administered
45. … the possible long-term risks and complications from chemotherapy
46. … the contact information for the doctor who administered chemotherapy
47. … the reason for terminating chemotherapy
48. … whether there were problems with chemotherapy
When you see patients who have completed treatment for colon or rectal cancer and do not have active disease, how much information do you typically have about:
Not EnoughJust the Right AmountToo MuchIt Varies Too Much To Say
49. … whether the patient had chemotherapy
50. … the dates each regimen of chemotherapy was completed
51. … the name of each chemotherapy drug administered
52. … the dose of each chemotherapy drug administered
53. … the possible long-term risks and complications from chemotherapy
54. … the contact information for the doctor who administered chemotherapy
55. … the reason for terminating chemotherapy
56. … whether there were problems with chemotherapy