Screening for Distress in Cancer Settings: Your Opinion Please
This is a short survey of 10 questions regarding screening for distress. Screening means the application of a tool, test or judgement in order to identify a group of patients who would (presumably) otherwise be overlooked. The details of how, when and which tool will vary. Distress means significant emotional upset associated with cancer to the extent that a clinical intervention may be required. This is an area of much debate, therefore your opinion, positive or negative counts to assess general current consensus.
I appreciate you taking the time to answer the following questions based on your current opinion.