Quantifying the effect email reminders have on patient reported outcome measure returns in a large prostate cancer registry
Journal of Patient-Reported Outcomes, March 2022
Nathan Papa, Jonathan G. Bensley, Katrina Hall, Melanie Evans, Jeremy L. Millar
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