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Table 2 Causal Model Factor Comparison

From: A lung cancer research agenda that reflects the diverse perspectives of community stakeholders: process and outcomes of the SEED method

Unique Factors Factors Common to Two or More Groups
Lung Cancer Patients and Caregivers (LCP/C) Clinical Care Providers (CCP) Access Influencers (AI)  
Body weight Access to care Addictions Affordability of care
Community support Alternative health care Availability of medications Age
Exercise Cancer stage Delayed or misdiagnosis Availability of care
Faith in God Community involvement Drinking alcohol Communication ability
Fitness Co-morbid conditions Family size Coordination of care
Follow up care Computer literacy Fear Denial
Food quality Coping skills Immigration status Getting information
Having a regular doctor Culture Inherited conditions Hope
Household cleaning Education on treatment options Insurance status Income
Leisure activities Family dysfunction Lack of education on cancer symptoms Literacy
Maintaining independence Financial support Mindfulness Mental health
Pain management Genetic testing Religion Pain
Place Health literacy Social programs Physical health
Quitting smoking Housing Specialized care Positivity
Second-hand smoke IQ   Prayer
Sense of control Marital status   Quality of care
Trust in doctor Pollution   Religious practices
Willingness to take risks Procrastination   Smoking/quitting
  Quality of death   Social policies
  Quality of life values   Social values
  Race/ethnicity   Sources of information
  Resistance to medical model   Support for caregivers
  Resource management   Support from family
  Risk factors   Transportation
  Screening   Use of care
  Self-care   Occupational health/work conditions
  Will to live   
  Willingness to ask for help