Infotheek

Hier vindt u heel wat interessante literatuur, wetenschappelijke artikels, (inter-)nationale publicaties en informatie over relevante projecten in het veld van de psychosociale oncologie.   De infotheek bevat onder meer een selectie van de artikels uit het tijdschrift Psycho-Oncology.  Wenst u toegang tot alle artikels in dit tijdschrift, vraag een gratis login aan via info [at] cedric-heleinstituut.be (subject: login%20Psycho-Oncology) (mail.)  

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Titel Datum Auteur Beschrijving
Artikel: Measuring Individual Burden of Illness for Depression among prostate cancer patients 30/08/2014 Christopher F. Sharpley, Vicki Bitsika and David R. H. Christie

Abstract: This study aims to develop and test three potential models of Individual Burden of Illness for Depression (IBI-D) in prostate cancer patients.

Methods: Responses to three sets of scales measuring depressive symptoms, functional impairment, and quality of life

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Artikel: Cancer-related PTSD symptoms in a veteran sample: association with age, combat PTSD, and quality of life 30/08/2014 Jennifer Schuster Wachen, Seema M. Patidar, Elizabeth A. Mulligan, Aanand D. Naik and Jennifer Moye

Abstract: The diagnosis and treatment of cancer is a potentially traumatic experience that may evoke posttraumatic stress symptoms (PTSS) among survivors. This paper describes the rates of endorsement of cancer-related PTSS along with the relationship of demographic, cancer, and combat variables...

Artikel: 'Integrating supportive and palliative care in the trajectory of cancer: Establishing goals and models of care.' 29/08/2014 Eduardo Bruera & David Hui

Abstract: Patients with advanced cancer frequently experience significant symptom burden and psychosocial distress. Palliative care has evolved as a discipline that addresses many of these concerns. Yet, palliative care referrals remain delayed as patients continue to focus on cancer treatments...

Artikel: 'Cancer consultation preparation package: Changing patients but not physicians is not enough.' 29/08/2014 Butow P., Devine R., Boyer M., Pendlebury S., Jackson M. & Tattersall M.H.N.

Abstract: This study evaluated a cancer consultation preparation package (CCPP) designed to facilitate patient involvement in the oncology consultation.

Patients and Methods: A total of 164 cancer patients (67...

Artikel: 'A systematic and conceptual review of posttraumatic stress in childhood cancer survivors and their parents.' 12/08/2014 Matt Bruce

Abstract: Recent years have witnessed a rapid acceleration in the recognition and documentation of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and posttraumatic stress symptomatology (PTSS) in childhood cancer survivors and their parents. However, applicability of PTSD both diagnostically and...

Artikel: 'Psychological, behavioral, and immune changes after a psychological intervention: A clinical trial' 12/08/2014 Andersen B. L., Farrar W. B., Golden-Kreutz D. M., Glaser R., Emery C. F., Crespin T. R., Shapiro C. L., & Carson W. E.

Abstract: This randomized clinical trial tests the hypothesis that a psychological intervention can reduce emotional distress, improve health behaviors and dose-intensity, and enhance immune responses.

Patients and Methods: We studied 227 women who were surgically treated for regional...

Artikel: 'Psychoeducational interventions with pediatric cancer patients: Part II. Effects of information and skills training on health-related outcomes.' 12/08/2014 Beale I. L., Bradlyn A. S., & Kato P. M.

Abstract: In Part I of this paper, we described a model that was used as a framework for reviewing studies of psychoeducational interventions intended to influence illnessand treatment-related behaviors and attitudes in pediatric cancer patients. In Part II, we distinguish between interventions...

Artikel: 'Predictors and correlates of burnout in residents working with cancer patients.' 12/08/2014 Bragard I., Etienne AM., Libert Y. & Merckaert I., Liénard A., Meunier J., Delvaux N., Hansez I.,Marchal S., Reynaert C., Slachmuylder JL., & Razavi D.

Abstract: There are few studies which have investigated variables associated with the development of burnout among residents working with cancer patients. The aim of this study is to identify variables leading to residents’ burnout in order to develop effective interventions. Burnout was...

Artikel: 'Positive adjustment to breast cancer: development of a disease-specific measure and comparison of women diagnosed from 2 weeks to 5 years' 12/08/2014 Boot J. S., Holcombe C., & Salmon P.

Abstract: Many women describe ‘positive adjustment’ as a consequence of having breast cancer. It is unclear whether positive experiences reflect the absence of anxiety and depression or are part of a separate process of adjustment. Existing measures are not specific to breast cancer and may lack...

Artikel: 'objective cancer-related variables are not associated with depressive symptoms in women treated for early- stage breast cancer.' 12/08/2014 Bardwell W. A., Natarajan L., Dimsdale J. E., Rock C. L., Mortimer J. E., Hollenbach K., & Pierce J. P.

Abstract: Women with breast cancer are thought to be vulnerable to depression for reasons associated with impact of diagnosis, treatment, and metabolic/endocrine changes. While the literature shows that most of these women do not become clinically depressed, 15% to 30% report elevated depressive...

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