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Social Work and Gynecological Cancers

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Impact of a Systematic Social Work Driven Approach on Medical Power of Attorney Documentation, Knowledge, Attitudes, and Beliefs in Participants With Stage I-IV Gynecological Cancers

This trial evaluates the impact of a systemic social work driven approach on medical power of attorney documentation, knowledge, attitudes, and beliefs in participants with stage I-IV gynecological cancers. Social work counseling and education may help increase the number of participants who complete medical power of attorney documents. Counseling and education may also affect attitudes about decision-making and willingness to take part in these conversations in participants with stage I-IV gynecological cancers and their family members and/or caregivers.

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Complete questionnaires about MPOAD

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Preparing Patients and Family Caregivers for Medical Decision Making: Evaluating the Impact of a Systematic Social Work Driven Approach on Medical Power of Attorney Documentation, Knowledge, Attitudes and Beliefs

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NCT03037346

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