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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: Prevalence and predictors of depression, pain, and fatigue in older‐ versus younger‐adult cancer survivors (2018) 09/04/2018 Lisa A. Bevilacqua Deirdre Dulak Elizabeth Schofield Tatiana D. Starr Christian J. Nelson Andrew J. Roth Jimmie C. Holland Yesne Alici

Background: As the number of older adults in the United States continues to grow, there will be increasing demands on health care providers to address the needs of this population. Cancer is of particular importance, with over half of all cancer survivors older than 65 years. In addition,...

Artikel: Outcomes of an enhancement study with additional psychoeducational sessions for healthy siblings of a child with cancer during inpatient family‐oriented rehabilitation (2018) 09/04/2018 Mandy Niemitz Lutz Goldbeck

Objective: Chronic illness of a child puts healthy children of the family at risk of distress. Previous studies have demonstrated that healthy children's psychological symptoms can be reduced when the child knows more about the disease. So far, there is limited evidence of the effectiveness of...

Artikel: Mobile‐based patient‐provider communication in cancer survivors: The roles of health literacy and patient activation (2018) 09/04/2018 Shaohai Jiang Y. Alicia Hong

Objective: Thanks to rapid penetration of mobile tools, more and more cancer survivors have adopted mobile‐based patient‐provider communication (MBPPC). The relationship between MBPPC and patients' health outcomes, however, remains unclear; how health literacy and patient activation interact...

Artikel: Costs of an ostomy self‐management training program for cancer survivors (2018) 09/04/2018 Mark C. Hornbrook Martha D. Cobb Nancy J. Tallman Janice Colwell Ruth McCorkle Elizabeth Ercolano Marcia Grant Virginia Sun Christopher S. Wendel Judith H. Hibbard Robert S. Krouse

Objective: To measure incremental expenses to an oncologic surgical practice for delivering a community‐based, ostomy nurse–led, small‐group, behavior skills–training intervention to help bladder and colorectal cancer survivors understand and adjust to their ostomies and improve their health‐...

Artikel: Exploring associations between psychiatric disorder, psychological distress, and health care utilization in cancer patients (2018) 09/04/2018 F.R. Compen E.M.M. Adang E.M. Bisseling M.L. Van der Lee A.E.M. Speckens

Objective: The mental burden of cancer might elicit additional health care utilization. However, it is unclear how psychiatric disorder and psychological distress relate to health care utilization. Therefore, this study explores associations between psychiatric disorder, psychological distress,...

Artikel: The influence of coping strategies on subsequent well‐being in older patients with cancer: A comparison with 2 control groups (2018) 09/04/2018 Abdelbari Baitar Frank Buntinx Tine De Burghgraeve Laura Deckx Dirk Schrijvers Hans Wildiers Marjan van den Akker

Objective: To evaluate dispositional coping strategies as predictors for changes in well‐being after 1 year in older patients with cancer (OCP) and 2 control groups.

Methods

OCP were compared with 2 control groups: middle‐aged patients with cancer (MCP) (aging effect) and older...

Artikel: Body image dissatisfaction in patients undergoing breast reconstruction: Examining the roles of breast symmetry and appearance investment (2018) 09/04/2018 Irene Teo Gregory P. Reece Sheng‐Cheng Huang Kanika Mahajan Johnny Andon Pujjal Khanal Clement Sun Krista Nicklaus Fatima Merchant Mia K. Markey Michelle Cororve Fingeret

Objective: Reconstruction as part of treatment for breast cancer is aimed at mitigating body image concerns after mastectomy. Although algorithms have been developed to objectively assess breast reconstruction outcomes, associations between objectively quantified breast aesthetic appearance and...

Artikel: A dyadic analysis of stress processes in Latinas with breast cancer and their family caregivers (2018) 09/04/2018 Chris Segrin Terry A. Badger Alla Sikorskii Tracy E. Crane Thaddeus W.W. Pace

Objective: Breast cancer diagnosis and treatment negatively affect quality of life for survivors and their family caregivers. The stress process model has been useful for describing the cascade of social and psychological experiences that culminate in degraded quality of life for both survivors...

Artikel: The reciprocal relationship between daily fatigue and catastrophizing following cancer treatment: Affect and physical activity as potential mediators (2018) 09/04/2018 Fabiola Müller Ellen Stephenson Anita DeLongis Ans Smink Robert J. Van Ginkel Marrit A. Tuinman Mariët Hagedoorn

Objective: Fatigue is a distressing symptom many cancer patients experience even after completion of treatment. Although theory and empirical evidence indicate that negative cognitions perpetuate fatigue after completion of treatment, insight into how this process unfolds in daily life is...

Artikel: Relationship between physicians' perceived stigma toward depression and physician referral to psycho‐oncology services on an oncology/hematology ward (2018) 09/04/2018 Won‐Hyoung Kim , Jae‐Nam Bae, Joohan Lim Moon‐Hee Lee Bong‐Jin Hahm Hyeon Gyu Yi

Objective This study was performed to identify relationships between physicians' perceived stigma toward depression and psycho‐oncology service utilization on an oncology/hematology ward.

Methods

The study participants were 235 patients in an oncology/hematology ward and 14...

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