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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

 

Stress

  
 

Transportation

  
 

Trust

  
 

Urban/rural

  
 

Will to live

  
 

Willingness to ask for help