Improving the Breast Cancer Care Delivery Model for Sex and Gender Minority Survivors (LGBTQ+)

Official Title
ImproviNg The BrEast CaNcer Care DelivEry MoDel for Sex and Gender Minority Survivors (INTENDED for SGM)
Purpose

The long-term goal of this study is to improve decision quality and health-related outcomes for sexual gender minority (SGM) breast/chest cancer survivors. The goal is to evaluate important ways the current care model needs adjusted for SGM people, and how best to combine a socially important care model into clinical practice.

Survivors: Eligible participants will participate in a 90-minute focus group and online survey regarding your opinions about improving LGBTQ+ breast/chest cancer care.

Clinicians: Eligible participants will participate in a 30-minute interview and brief survey regarding your opinions about improving LGBTQ+ breast/chest cancer care.

Participation in this study will take no more than 1 hour and 30 minutes.

Could this study be right for you?

Survivors:

1. Self-identify as a member of the SGM community

2. Age ≥18 years at the time of signing the informed consent form

3. Breast/chest cancer survivor in active treatment or completed active treatment in the last 10 years (not including hormone therapy)

4. Be able to read and speak English

5. Have received care in the U.S.

6. Be able to participate in virtual meetings

 

Clinicians:

1. Physicians, advance practice providers, nurses, psychologists, social workers, therapists, technologists, and other trained clinical professionals

2. Provide care to individuals diagnosed with breast cancer in the U.S.

3. Be able to read and speak English

4. Be able to participate in virtual meetings

Age Range
18 and up