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Titel Datum Auteur Beschrijving
Boek: 'Mildheid bij kanker: Compassie als hulp in uitdagende tijden' 12/04/2018 Nathalie Cardinaels

Wanneer je geconfronteerd wordt met kanker, wil je vaak sterk zijn en je moedig tonen naar anderen toe. ’Het lukt me wel!’, zeg je en hulp vragen doe je liever niet. In plaats van jezelf ruimte te geven, ben je misschien nog strenger voor jezelf dan voorheen. Je móet zo...

Artikel: Sleep quality in individuals diagnosed with colorectal cancer: Factors associated with sleep disturbance as patients transition off treatment (2018) 10/04/2018 Theresa Coles Xianming Tan Antonia V. Bennett Hanna K. Sanoff Ethan Basch Roxanne E. Jensen Bryce B. Reeve

Objective: To identify patient characteristics associated with sleep disturbance and worsening of sleep in individuals diagnosed with localized colorectal cancer and assess heterogeneity in these relationships.

Methods

Data were from the MY‐Health study, a community‐based...

Artikel: Patients' and oncologists' views on family involvement in goals of care conversations (2018) 10/04/2018 Jenny J. Lin Cardinale B. Smith Shelli Feder Nina A. Bickell Dena Schulman‐Green

Objective: Family members can significantly impact advanced cancer patients' treatment and are important participants in goals of care (GoC) conversations. Yet, research on patient and physician perspectives about family involvement and influence on GoC conversations is limited. Our purpose was...

Artikel: Prolonged grief disorder and depression are distinct for caregivers across their first bereavement year (2018) 10/04/2018 Wei‐I Tsai Su‐Ching Kuo Fur‐Hsing Wen Holly G. Prigerson Siew Tzuh Tang

Background: Prolonged grief disorder (PGD) and depression are recognized as distinct emotional‐distress disorders for bereaved family caregivers. However, this distinction has been mostly validated in cross‐sectional studies, neglecting the dynamic characteristics of bereaved caregivers'...

Artikel: Psychiatric comorbidities among ovarian cancer survivors in South Korea: A nationwide population‐based, longitudinal study (2018) 10/04/2018 Jaesung Heo Mison Chun Young‐Taek Oh O. Kyu Noh Logyoung Kim

Purpose: The aim of this time‐dependent study was to analyze the prevalence of mental disorders in ovarian cancer survivors using claims data in South Korea.

Materials and methods

We confirmed mental disorders in a nationwide cohort of 9763 patients who were diagnosed with...

Artikel: Breast and gynecological cancer patients' risk factors associated with biopsychosocial problem‐related distress (2018) 10/04/2018 Cristiane Decat Bergerot Karen Lynn Clark Richard Obenchain Errol J. Philip Matthew Loscalzo

Objectives: Inequalities exist between breast and gynecological cancer patients' experiences, leading to high levels of distress throughout the cancer journey. The present study aims to identify differences in source of biopsychosocial problem‐related distress between women diagnosed with breast...

Artikel: Do treatment patterns alter beliefs cancer patients hold regarding oral oncolytic agents? (2018) 10/04/2018 Alla Sikorskii Charles W. Given Barbara A. Given Eric Vachon Victoria Marshall John C. Krauss Asish Banik Atreyee Majumder

Objective: Cancer patients, particularly those prescribed with oral oncolytic medications, face treatment side effects and temporary and permanent stoppages of treatment. This research examines how events during treatment affect patients' beliefs regarding oral oncolytic medications.

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Artikel: Factors influencing the decision to share cancer genetic results among family members: An in‐depth interview study of women in an Asian setting (2018) 10/04/2018 Shao‐Tzu Li Shirley Sun Désirée Lie Marie Met‐Domestici Eliza Courtney Sapna Menon Geok Hoon Lim Joanne Ngeow

Objective: Reluctance to share hereditary cancer syndrome genetic test results with family is reported among Asian patients. This study aims to explore patient factors influencing result sharing with family, to improve overall testing uptake.

Methods

Participants were women with...

Artikel: Do Australian adolescents' and young adults' experiences of cancer care influence their quality of life? (2018) 10/04/2018 Gemma Skaczkowski Victoria White Kate Thompson Helen Bibby Michael Coory Ross Pinkerton Lisa M. Orme Rachel Conyers Marianne B. Phillips Michael Osborn Rosemary Harrup Antoinette Anazodo

Objective: To examine the relationship between the cancer care experiences of adolescents and young adults (AYAs) and their quality of life.

Methods

Two hundred and nine AYAs completed a cross‐sectional, self‐report survey distributed through the population‐based cancer...

Artikel: The role of cognitive bias in relation to persistent distress among women diagnosed with breast cancer (2018) 10/04/2018 Wendy W.T. Lam Danielle Ng Sarah Wong Tatia M.C. Lee Ava Kwong Richard Fielding

Objective: To examine if bias in attention to and interpretation of cancer‐related stimuli differentiates women with persistent psychological distress from those with low/transient distress following breast cancer.

Methods

One‐hundred forty women classified in a prior...

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