Clinical Trial

Social Work and Gynecological Cancers

Study Description

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.

Location

Locations Selected Location

Methods

No pharmaceutical medication involved No pharmaceutical medication involved
Patients and healthy individuals accepted Patients and healthy individuals accepted

Questionnaire Administration

Complete questionnaires about MPOAD

Questionnaire Administration

Ancillary studies

Video

Watch educational video

Additional Information

Official Study Title

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

Clinical Trial ID

NCT03037346

ParticipAid ID

Ddwv1b