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Titel Datum Auteur Beschrijving
Artikel: Survival prediction of anxious emotion in advanced cancer patients receiving palliative care (2017) 16/10/2017 Weiwei Zhao, Zhenyu Wu, Jianhua Chen, Huixun Jia, Zhe Huang, Menglei Chen, Xiaoli Gu, Minghui Liu, Zhe Zhang, Huaping Wang, Peng Wang, Wenwu Cheng

Background

This study was carried out to investigate the prognostic value of baseline and dynamic changes in anxious emotion in advanced cancer patients undergoing palliative care.

Methods

The association between anxious emotion and...

Review: Fear of cancer recurrence: a theoretical review and its relevance for clinical presentation and management (2017) 16/10/2017 Laura E. Simonelli, Scott D. Siegel, Nicole M. Duffy

Background: There is increasing recognition of the unique physical and psychosocial concerns of the growing population of cancer survivors. An emerging literature demonstrates that fear of cancer recurrence (FCR) is a problematic long-term and late effect for cancer survivors. In fact, FCR is a...

e-book: Hoe struikelstenen stapstenen worden 02/10/2017 Arabel, centrum voor loopbaandienstverlening

In dit e-book lees je persoonlijke ervaringen van patiënten. Zij vertellen over de impact van kanker op hun werk. Tegelijk merk je dat het heel wat andere thema’s raakt zoals relaties, zingeving, missie, gezondheid, angst, vermoeidheid en zelfbeeld.

Een overzicht: 

Hilde Van Den...

Review: eHealth and mHealth interventions in the treatment of fatigued cancer survivors: A systematic review and meta-analysis (2017) 29/09/2017 Annina Seiler, Vanessa Klaas, Gerhard Tröster en Christopher P. Fagundes

Objectives: To (1) evaluate existing eHealth/mHealth interventions developed to help manage cancer‐related fatigue (CRF); and (2) summarize the best available evidence on their effectiveness.
Methods: A comprehensive literature search of PubMed, MEDLINE,...

Review: How do women at increased breast cancer risk perceive and decide between risks of cancer and risk-reducing treatments? A synthesis of qualitative research (2017). 18/09/2017 . Fielden, Stephen L. Brown, Pooja Saini, Helen Beesley, Peter Salmon

Risk-reducing procedures can be offered to people at increased cancer risk, but many procedures can have iatrogenic effects. People therefore need to weigh risks associated with both cancer and the risk-reduction procedure in their decisions. By reviewing relevant literature on breast cancer (BC...

Artikel: Relationship between self-reported and objectively measured physical activity and subjective memory impairment in breast cancer survivors: role of self-efficacy, fatigue and distress (2017). 18/09/2017 hillips, Gillian R. Lloyd, Elizabeth A. Awick, Edward McAuley

Purpose

Many breast cancer survivors report cancer and cancer treatment-associated cognitive change. However, very little is known about the relationship between physical activity and subjective memory impairment (SMI) in this population. The purpose of this study is to examine the...

Artikel: Perceived impact of cancer among adolescents and young adults: Relationship with health-related quality of life and distress (2017). 18/09/2017 on, B.J. Zebrack

Objective

To examine whether perceptions of the impact of cancer are related to health-related quality of life (HRQoL) and psychological distress among survivors of cancer in adolescence and young adulthood (AYA).

Methods

One hundred seventy-three AYA cancer survivors (...

Rapport Kom op tegen Kanker: Zorgen na kanker (2017) 15/09/2017 Hans Neefs

Kankerpatiënten blijven ook na hun behandeling kampen met pijn, extreme vermoeidheid, concentratie- en geheugenproblemen, incontinentie, seksuele problemen, angst en depressieve gevoelens. Hun leven opnieuw oppikken op professioneel vlak of binnen het gezin, gaat tot jaren na hun behandeling...

Artikel: The role of social support, family identification, and family constraints in predicting posttraumatic stress after cancer (2017). 14/09/2017 Samantha Swartzman, Fabio Sani, Alastair J. Munro

Objective

We compared social support with other potential psychosocial predictors of posttraumatic stress after cancer. These included family identification, or a sense of belonging to and commonality with family members, and family constraints, or the extent to which...

Artikel: Psychological distress and cognitive coping in pregnant women diagnosed with cancer and their partners (2017) 24/08/2017 Tineke Vandenbroucke, Sileny N. Han, Kristel Van Calsteren, Tom F. Wilderjans, Bea R.H. Van den Bergh, Laurence Claes, Frédéric Amant

Objective

A cancer diagnosis during pregnancy may be considered as an emotional challenge for pregnant women and their partners. We aimed to identify women and partners at risk for high levels of distress based on their coping profile.

Methods...

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