Table 3. Effect of the intervention for the selected six dichotomy items on GPs involvement in different aspects of treatment and GPs satisfaction with information and agreements of roles
Intention-to-treatPer-protocol
ItemsResponses, nOR (95% CI)aP valueOR (95% CI)aP value
As a GP, did you experience direct contact or dialogue with the Department of Oncology?1176.95 (2.96 to 16.35)0.0006.09 (2.64 to 14.03)0.000
As a GP, I have been involved in the treatment of comorbidity1241.35 (0.67 to 2.75)0.4041.26 (0.58 to 2.72)0.560
As a GP, I have been involved in handling the patient' anxiety and psychological concerns1240.44 (0.21 to 0.92)0.0290.64 (0.31 to 1.35)0.245
As a GP, I found the information from the department to help me manage the physical issues1160.88 (0.41 to 1.88)0.7391.55 (0.70 to 3.47)0.283
As a GP, how satisfied are you, with the distribution of tasks and roles regarding initiatives practice could initiate concerning the patient trajectory?1173.03 (1.35 to 6.82)0.0074.14 (1.62 to 10.56)0.003
As a GP, how satisfied are you, with the distribution of tasks and roles of who should take care of side-effects and late complications?1211.34 (0.57 to 3.20)0.5041.49 (0.60 to 3.70)0.389
  • aOR >1 favour the intervention, meaning the GP being more involved, information being more helpful, or the GP being more satisfied with suggestion and clarification of responsibility. OR = odds ratio.