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Titel Datum Auteur Beschrijving
vzw NET & MEN Kanker 16/03/2018 Belgische patiëntenvereniging

De Belgische vzw NET & MEN Kanker wil patiënten en verwanten ondersteunen die te maken krijgen met Neuro Endocriene Tumoren (NET) en Multipele Endocriene Neoplasie (MEN).

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Artikel: Exploring the cancer caregiver's journey through web‐based Meaning‐Centered Psychotherapy (2018) 08/03/2018 A.J. Applebaum, K.L. Buda, E. Schofield et al

Objective: Psychosocial interventions are historically underutilized by cancer caregivers, but support programs delivered flexibly over the Internet address multiple barriers to care. We adapted Meaning‐Centered Psychotherapy for cancer caregivers, an in‐person psychotherapeutic intervention...

Artikel: Understanding the distressed prostate cancer patient: Role of personality (2018) 08/03/2018 Laura M. Perry, Michael Hoerger, Jonathan Silberstein, Oliver Sartor en Paul Duberstein

Objective: To evaluate the relationship between personality and emotional distress in prostate cancer. Neuroticism and introversion were hypothesized to be associated with clinically significant symptoms of emotional distress, including depression, anxiety, and suicidal ideation.

Methods...

Artikel: Perceived employer‐related barriers and facilitators for work participation of cancer survivors: A systematic review of employers’ and survivors’ perspectives (2018) 08/03/2018 M.A. Greidanus, A.G.E.M. de Boer, A.E. de Rijk et al

Objective: To identify employer‐related barriers and facilitators for work participation of cancer survivors from the perspective of both employers and cancer survivors, and to synthesise these perceived barriers and facilitators to understand their perceived consequences.

Methods: A...

Artikel: Impact of caregiver burden on mental health in bereaved caregivers of cancer patients: A systematic review (2018) 08/03/2018 Julia Große, Julia Treml, Anette Kersting

Objective: Although caregiver burden may continue to influence the mental health of cancer patients' caregivers long after bereavement, few studies have examined this issue.

Methods: A systematic review was conducted to provide a summary of (1) operationalizations of caregiver burden...

Artikel: Predictors of adherence to exercise interventions during and after cancer treatment: A systematic review (2018) 08/03/2018 H.L. Ormel, G.G.F. van der Schoot, W.J. Sluiter et al

Objective: Exercise interventions benefit cancer patients. However, only low numbers of patients adhere to these interventions. This review aimed to identify predictors of exercise intervention adherence in patients with cancer, during and after multimodality cancer treatment.

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Artikel: Parents’ perspectives of change within the family functioning after a pediatric cancer diagnosis (2018) 15/02/2018 Marieke Van Schoors

Pediatric cancer is a life threatening disease that challenges the life of the diagnosed child, the parents and possible siblings. Moreover, it also places considerable demands on family life. The aim of the current study was to explore changes in the family functioning after a pediatric cancer...

Artikel: Dyadic effects of coping strategies, time perspectives, and personality on the quality of life of cancer patients and their caregivers (2018) 15/02/2018 Zeinab Hamidou, Pascal Auquier, Tanguy Leroy, Fabrice Barlesi, Sébastien Salas, Olivier Chinot, Karine Baumstarck

Objective

Researchers are interested in studying whether the quality of life (QoL) of cancer patients and caregivers is influenced by internal psychobehavioral processes (temporality and coping strategies) and the personality traits that they or their relatives...

Artikel: Physical activity and exercise self-regulation in cancer survivors: A qualitative study (2018) 15/02/2018 Edward Tsai, Michael C. Robertson, Elizabeth J. Lyons, Maria C. Swartz, Karen Basen-Engquist

Objective

Despite the benefits of physical activity, many cancer survivors do not adhere to clinically recommended levels. This qualitative study investigated factors of self-regulation contributing to survivor physical activity patterns.

Methods...

Artikel: Mothers with breast cancer: A mixed-method systematic review on the impact on the parent-child relationship (2018) 15/02/2018 Rita Tavares, Tânia Brandão, Paula Mena Matos

Objective

To systematically review and integrate the findings from quantitative and qualitative studies on parenting and parent-child relationships in families where mothers had breast cancer (BC).

Methods

Ten different databases were...

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