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The purpose of this study is to characterize the experiences and psychosocial impact of bevacizumab-wound-healing toxicities in cancer patients.
The overall objective of this research is to understand the lived experiences of women of color working in health care organizations with a predominantly-white workforce and identify barriers and facilitators to career advancement for women of color with the goal to inform organizational interventions that enhance the work environment, improve access to equitable hiring and promotion processes, and increase employee satisfaction for women of color employees. In addition the study will assess employee perspectives and experiences regarding anti-racism initiatives. We will use mixed methods approach to achieve this objective.
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