صالح علي سالم العيسي

 


      
 
الاسم الاول: 
صالح
اسم العائلة: 
العيسي
الدرجة العلمية: 
دكتوراة
مجال الدراسة: 
الطب و الخدمات الصحية
المؤسسة التعليمية: 
King’s College London

 

 

مجال التميز

تميز دراسي و بحثي + جائزة تفوقية

 

 

البحوث المنشورة

 

البحث (1):

 

عنوان البحث:

How have Patients' Experiences of Cancer Care Been Linked to Survival? A Systematic Review

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تاريخ النشر:

  23/04/2019

موجز عن البحث:

Patient experience of care remains an important indicator of health care quality. Although studies show care experiences are associated with health outcomes for some conditions, the situation for cancer is unclear. New datasets on cancer patients in the US, Canada, and UK linking information on experiences and survival may enable an exploration of any association. This review aimed to identify studies linking any aspect of cancer patients’ experiences to their survival, to inform future analyses. We performed a systematic review using Medline database from January 1998 until March 2018.

 

The settings included outpatient oncology clinics, primary care, hospitals, and cancer centres. The participants included adult patients from different demographic groups. 16 Studies (ten observational, two clinical trials, two qualitative, and two consecutive case series) describing a wide range of settings, populations and methods met our inclusion criteria. Patients’ experiences were mostly linked to survival in quantitative studies. Satisfaction with care and psychosocial support were the aspects of experience associated with survival. Although positive associations between experience and survival were more common, negative and lack of association findings were also reported. Overall, there was no agreement on the strength, direction of the association, and the type of measurements to use. In conclusion, a wide range of studies suggest a relationship may exist between patients’ experiences of cancer care and their survival. However, this relationship is complex and methodological challenging to study. Future research should carefully consider different aspects of patient experience and care and the way in which they may affect cancer survival.

 

 

 

المؤتمرات العلمية:

 

المؤتمر (1):

 

عنوان المؤتمر:

Public Health Research and Science Conference 2019 

تاريخ الإنعقاد:

  09/04/2019 

مكان الإنعقاد:

Manchester, UK

طبيعة المشاركة:

Oral presentation

عنوان المشاركة:

How representative are patients responding to the CPES of the wider cancer population in England? Analyses for breast, prostate, lung and colorectal cancer 

ملخص المشاركة:

Background: The National Cancer Patient Experience Survey (CPES) assesses English cancer patients’ experiences of NHS care each year. Studies to date have used these data to show systematic sociodemographic variations in cancer patients’ experiences. However, the extent to which the survey responders represent the wider cancer patient population is not known. We examined how representative CPES responders are of the wider cancer population in England with respect to age, sex, socioeconomic status, ethnicity, and median survival for the most common cancers.

 

Method: From the cancer registry, we identified 103,186 colorectal, lung, breast and prostate cancer patients who responded to at least one of the surveys carried out between 2010 and 2014. In addition, for each CPES responder we randomly selected one patient who was not a CPES responder based on their cancer site and time of diagnosis (same yearly quarter).The distribution of the patient characteristics (age, sex, socioeconomic status, ethnicity) and tumour characteristics (stage) were compared between CPES responders and the cancer registry population using chi-square test. We also compared median patients’ survival (in years) between the two groups.

 

Results: Survey responders were younger, more likely to be white, less deprived, and diagnosed with earlier disease stage than the cancer registry population across all cancer types. Median survival (in years) for the survey responders was higher than the cancer registry population group across all cancers (colorectal: 4.8 vs 3.2; lung: 2.0 vs 0.3; breast: 5.7 vs 5.5; and prostate: 5.7 vs 5.2).

 

Conclusion: This study showed that the representativeness of CPES results are limited in terms of patient and tumour characteristics between different cancers. These limitations need to be acknowledged when interpreting findings and future surveys should consider adopting sampling methods to include the missing care experiences of patients with lower survival, older age, and those from different ethnic minorities. 

 

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المؤتمر (2):

 

عنوان المؤتمر:

Patient Safety Forum 2019           

تاريخ الإنعقاد:

  22/04/2019 

مكان الإنعقاد:

Jeddah, KSA

طبيعة المشاركة:

POSTER PRESENTATION

عنوان المشاركة:

Comparison of the linked cancer registry and cancer patient experience survey datasets in England and the United States               

 

ملخص المشاركة:

Background

Patient care experience surveys are now used internationally to assess, monitor, and improve healthcare quality. The National Cancer Patient Experience Survey (CPES) is an annual English survey that invites patients to report their experiences of National Health Service (NHS) cancer care. The Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems(CAHPS) survey is widely used in the USA to assess patients’ experiences of healthcare plans. Several years of collated data for each survey have recently been linked to population-based cancer registry data. We aimed to compare strengths and

weaknesses of the datasets in order to consider the questions they may best answer.

Methods

We obtained published information about both datasets, and compared data sources, time period, patient age, cancer types, survey method and response rate, linkage method, and question themes.

Results

The English dataset of 233,445 patients was created by linking 2010-2014 national CPES with cancer registry data by matching individual identifiers, whereas the US dataset of 150,750 was created by first merging national Medicare data with regional Surveillance Epidemiology with End Results (SEER) data and then with all 1998-2010 CAHPS survey data. The major differences were that the US dataset was largely limited to patients over the age of 65 years and included a large non-cancer comparison group of 571,318 patients as well as data on health costs. Both linkages included all cancer types, with breast, prostate, colorectal, and lung cancer representing 50% of English and 61% of US patients. Both were postal surveys, with non-respondents being followed up by mail in England and by telephone in the USA. Response rates were similar in England (67%) and the USA (71%). The questions themes were similar, with CPES focussing on more cancer-specific experiences.

Conclusion

The English dataset is likely to provide more detailed and representative data answering questions about cancer experiences in the English population. However, it may be possible to use both datasets to compare the experiences of older patients receiving government-funded cancer care in each country. The addition of economic data to English survey data as in the US data is an intriguing avenue for future research. A translated version of CAPHS is being used in Saudi Arabia, meaning that further data linkage and international comparisons may be possible in due course.

 

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جوائز التكريم :

 

الجائزة (1):

 

مسمى الجائزة:

Global Experience Award           

الجهة المانحة:

King’s College London      

تاريخ الجائزة:

21/06/2019

مجال التكريم:

The Global Award is based on student experiences. this is a great Award to focus a Study Abroad programme, learning a language or volunteering with different communities locally or globally.

 

 

الجائزة (2):

 

مسمى الجائزة:

Global Research Grant                

الجهة المانحة:

King’s College London

تاريخ الجائزة:

20/05/2018

مجال التكريم:

This Global Research Grant (GRG) is intended to provide a financial contribution to enable King's research mobility overseas. The GRG is also intended to develop and sustain research partnerships with overseas organisations for King's academics, research groups, networks, departments, divisions and faculties.

The student won the grant to visit the National Cancer Institute in the United States for 5 weeks, one of the best and prestigious research centres in the world in cancer research

 

 

المرفقالحجم
Abstract 1-- Presentation.pdf‏295.65 ك.بايت
ABSTRACT 2.pdf‏497.39 ك.بايت
King's Experience Global Award - June 2019.pdf‏198.52 ك.بايت
Glopal reserch Grant award .pdf‏208.96 ك.بايت