Scott Beck is a Clinical Nurse Specialist within the Nursing and Allied Health Research & Knowledge Translation department at BC Cancer. His clinical practice has spanned both inpatient and outpatient oncology settings, where he has expertise in systemic therapy nursing care. Scott’s research interests are motivated by the pursuit of health and healthcare equity for individuals and communities across the cancer care continuum.
We want to understand how healthcare providers recognize and respond to people affected by cancer who experience health and social inequities. We are actively recruiting healthcare providers to participate in one in-person or virtual interview lasting 30-60 minutes and to complete a short online demographic survey. This survey can also be completed verbal ahead of your interview.
Occupational and Financial Setbacks in Caregivers of People with Colorectal Cancer: Considerations for Caregiver-Reported Outcomes.
To share or not to share: communication of caregiver-reported outcomes when a patient has colorectal cancer.
At the Heart of It All: Emotions of Consequence for the Conceptualization of Caregiver-Reported Outcomes in the Context of Colorectal Cancer.
Health-related expectations of the chronically critically ill: a multi-perspective qualitative study.
Attending to Methodological Challenges in Qualitative Research to Foster Participation of Individuals with Chronic Critical Illness and Communication Impairments.
Sources of Distress for Residents With Chronic Critical Illness and Ventilator Dependence in Long-Term Care.
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