University of Colorado, College of Nursing
Integration of Person-Centered Narratives in an Outpatient Cancer Center
To conduct a feasibility study of a virtually delivered Person-Centered Narrative Intervention (PCNI) in an outpatient PC clinic in an effort to evaluate the PCNI from two different groups: persons receiving outpatient PC and their outpatient PC interprofessional team. Aim 1: Identify barriers to and facilitators of intervention from the perspectives of the person living with serious illness and the PC team. Aim 2: Conduct acceptability, usability, and intervention fidelity testing to determine essential requirements for integration into the EHR from the perspective of the person living with serious illness and the outpatient PC team. Aim 3: Determine feasibility of virtually delivered person-reported outcome measurement data collection procedures, and evaluate the preliminary effect sizes in outcomes of self-reported biopsychosocial and spiritual well-being and psychosocial illness impact from T1 (baseline) to T2 (after narrative upload) and T3 (one month after narrative upload) The knowledge gained will provide necessary information to evaluate future ways to scale the PCNI with the goal of implementation across health systems.