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National Cancer Institute–American Society of Clinical Oncology Teams in Cancer Care Project.

D'Ambruoso SF, Coscarelli A, Hurvitz S, et al. Use of a Shared Mental Model by a Team Composed of Oncology, Palliative Care, and Supportive Care Clinicians to Facilitate Shared Decision Making in a Patient With Advanced Cancer. Journal of oncology practice. 2016;12(11):1039-1045.

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December 14, 2016
D'Ambruoso SF, Coscarelli A, Hurvitz S, et al. Journal of oncology practice. 2016;12:1039-1045.

Team-based care has been adopted in various specialties as a strategy to reduce handoff errors and omissions. Highlighting the work of a collaborative project to apply team science to oncology, articles in this special issue explore topics such as engaging patients as team members, the role of psychological safety, and use of shared mental models to augment cancer care.

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D'Ambruoso SF, Coscarelli A, Hurvitz S, et al. Use of a Shared Mental Model by a Team Composed of Oncology, Palliative Care, and Supportive Care Clinicians to Facilitate Shared Decision Making in a Patient With Advanced Cancer. Journal of oncology practice. 2016;12(11):1039-1045.