Cancer Patients Treated With Oral Anticancer Drugs Clinical Trial
Assessment of the Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Drug Use and on the Perception of Remote Monitoring by Cancer Patients Followed in the ONCORAL Program
The COVID-19 pandemic has profoundly changed the organisation of care. Teleconsultation has replaced hospital medical consultations in order to reduce the risk of patient exposure to the virus. Within the framework of the Oncoral multidisciplinary outpatient / hospital program of follow-up, carried out by the Hospices Civils de Lyon for ambulatory patients treated with oral anticancer drugs, interviews with the pharmacist and/or nurse, which were previously organised face-to-face, have been replaced by telephone interviews, ensuring continuity of follow-up for patients without having to come to the hospital. This study focuses on a telephone survey to describe the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic health crisis on the drug exposure of cancer patients followed in the Oncoral program, their treatment management, their perception of teleconsultation and their IT resources for remote monitoring.