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A report from the Washington Post states concert pianist Mei Rui, her elderly parents, and her two year old son were on their way to New York City as they been planning for months. While the family had boarded the plane, the flight was delayed and they yet to take off. She was on her way to conduct cancer research in NYC.
Objectives: To provide the first systematic analysis of a national (Wales) sample of free text comments from cancer patients, to determine emerging themes and insights regarding experiences of cancer care in Wales.Setting and Participants: Adult patients with a confirmed cancer diagnosis treated within a three month period during 2012 in the seven Health Boards and one trust providing cancer care in Wales.Main outcome measures: Free text categorised by theme, coded as positive or negative, with ratios. Overarching themes are identified incorporating comment categories.Methods: 4,672 respondents (of n=7352 survey respondents) provided free text comments. Nursing Care, Nursing Communication etc.), (3) cross sectional analysis to identify themes cutting across categories (4) mapping of categories/sub categories to corresponding closed questions in the WCPES data for comparison.Results: Most free text respondents (82%, n 3818) provided positive comments about their cancer care, with 49% (n=2313) giving a negative comment (ratio: 0.6:1, negative to positive).
1This can be a therapist or a doctor. Throughout this entry the word ‘Doctor’ is used and the person they are helping is referred to as a ‘Patient’. A therapist would refer to that person as a ‘client’, however.2Neurotransmitters are the substances that are involved in transmitting a nerve signal from one nerve to another nerve.3This is a combination of the previous two..
But the “t” in “fountain” is most likely not a regular stop, either. It might be a stop that has glottal reinforcement. It might also just be a glottal stop (the sound of the hyphen in uh oh), which of course, is followed not by a regular “n”, but by a syllabic n which means it’s a semivowel.
We analyze the implications of asymmetric market entry costs for the patterns of international trade and underemployment. We find that if labor market inefficiencies are sufficiently strong trade liberalization can lead to welfare losses. We also examine the robustness of our results when we allow for complementarities in the production function and for alternative matching mechanisms..