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Medical and psychosocial care of the cancer survivor

Medical and psychosocial care of the cancer survivor

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Published by Jones and Bartlett in Sudbury, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cancer -- Psychological aspects,
  • Cancer -- Patients -- Rehabilitation,
  • Cancer -- Treatment,
  • Neoplasms,
  • Survivors,
  • Neoplasms -- therapy

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Kenneth D. Miller.
    ContributionsMiller, Kenneth D., 1956-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC262 .M389 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23207730M
    ISBN 100763757705
    ISBN 109780763757700
    LC Control Number2009014738
    OCLC/WorldCa318645678

    This article focuses on understanding the psychological challenges cancer survivors may face, and how nurses and other medical providers can recognize and respond to these issues. With more than 12 million cancer survivors in the US,[3] the enormous variety of survivor experiences and associated psychological issues must be by: 4. There are over 14 million survivors of cancer living in the United States alone and tens of millions more worldwide, with this population expected to nearly double in the next decade. The successes of prevention, early detection, and better therapies have lead to an emerging understanding of the substantial medical and psychosocial issues for this growing population that must be tackled for Cited by: 2.

    Efforts to provide integrated behavioural health care for cancer survivors are also challenged by the variability in models and approaches to survivorship medical care.2, 52, 75 Models of psychosocial care for cancer survivors need to be general enough to apply to a wide range of settings (eg, primary care, community oncology, comprehensive Cited by: Psychosocial treatment in oncology covers a broad range of effective therapies that have yet to become the standard of care for most cancer patients. Psychosocial therapies help cancer patients and their families emotionally adjust to diagnosis and treatment, cope with treatment-related side effects (e.g., fatigue, pain, nausea), improve.

    Request PDF | Psychosocial Care for Pediatric Cancer Survivors | Survivors of childhood cancer are a growing population that has complex medical, educational, psychological, and social needs that. Improving care for children with cancer. like Mattie. Now the foundation has achieved a major goal: the publication of the first national standards for the psychosocial care of children with cancer and their families. Led by social worker Lori Wiener, PhD, of the National Cancer Institute, plus psychologists Mary Jo Kupst, PhD, Andrea.


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Primary care physicians, nurses, oncologists, hematologists, students of medicine, and survivorship researchers will all find this to be a valuable asset in setting the standard of care in the field of cancer : Hardcover. Psychosocial Care of Cancer Survivors: A Clinician's Guide and Workbook for Providing Wholehearted Care is a clinical resource for healthcare practitioners that presents person-centered care as an antidote to the distress both patients and clinicians face in cancer survivorship.

It addresses questions of how to bring a humanistic approach and quality attention to the growing needs of patients in the post-treatment phase of a cancer : Paperback. Written by thirty-five renowned oncologists, Medical and Psychosocial Care of the Cancer Survivor brings clinical knowledge about the psychosocial, medical, and epidemiologic Medical and psychosocial care of the cancer survivor book unique to each of the survivorship fields: acute survivorship, extended survivorship, and permanent survivorship.

Care of cancer survivor can be designed and delivered within many different clinical settings, and this complete resource provides health care. Medical and Psychosocial Care of the Cancer Survivor - Ebook written by Kenneth D. Miller. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices.

Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Medical and Psychosocial Care of the Cancer : Kenneth D. Miller. Medical and psychosocial care of the cancer survivor. [Kenneth D Miller;] -- This ground-breaking clinical reference provides a comprehensive perspective of the multiple issues facing cancer survivors, ranging from early post-treatment through long-term care.

Psychosocial Care of Cancer Survivors: A Clinician’s Guide and Workbook for Providing Wholehearted Care is a clinical resource written for healthcare practitioners with the goal of helping them enhance communication with both patients and colleagues.

It addresses questions of how to bring a humanistic approach and quality attention to the growing needs of patients in the post-treatment phase Author: Cheryl Krauter. Free 2-day shipping. Buy Psychosocial Care of Cancer Survivors: A Clinician's Guide and Workbook for Providing Wholehearted Care at nd: Psychotherapist Cheryl Krauter.

Psychosocial Care of Cancer Survivors: A Clinician's Guide and Workbook for Providing Wholehearted Care is a clinical resource for healthcare practitioners that presents person-centered care as an antidote to the distress both patients and clinicians face in cancer survivorship.

It addresses questions of how to bring a humanistic approach and quality attention to the growing needs of patients in the post-treatment phase of a cancer diagnosis.

Medical and psychosocial care of the cancer survivor. Edited by Kenneth D. Miller. Jones and Bartlett Publishers, Sudbury (MA), No. of pages: Author: Nicolette Balkin. Psychosocial Care of Cancer Survivors A Clinician's Guide and Workbook for Providing Wholehearted Care Cheryl Krauter.

Will help clinicans gain the clinical skills. A work of rare scope, scholarship, and clinical acumen, the Handbook of Long-Term Care of the Childhood Cancer Survivor is a rewarding, practice-building resource essential to a wide range of healing professionals, including primary care physicians, pediatricians, oncologists, nurses, psychologists, neuropsychologists, child psychologists, and licensed therapists.

Among diverse groups of cancer survivors, medical problems, including late effects of treatment, presence of comorbid serious medical illness, greater treatment‐ or surgery‐related physical dysfunction, pain, chronic fatigue, and lower Karnofsky Performance Status, have consistently been shown to adversely impact psychosocial adaptation and Cited by: Medical and Psychosocial Care of the Cancer Survivor is a comprehensive clinical reference for care of the cancer survivor from early post-treatment through long term care.

The National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) formed a Panel on Distress Management that developed the first set of consensus‐based standards for psychosocial care and clinical practice guidelines specific to cancer illnesses. This article proposes the extension of their concepts to cancer by: Cancer Survivorship: Today and Tomorrow is a natural evolution of these efforts, inclusive of the major areas of survivor care: surveillance for recurrence and second cancers, management of late effects, coordination of ongoing health maintenance and prevention, and the important psychosocial elements integral to the healing process after.

At multiple meetings held across the nation with the President’s Cancer Panel in andcancer survivors of all ages reported that many health care providers “still do not consider psychosocial support an integral component of quality cancer care and may fail to recognize, adequately treat, or refer for depression, anger and stress Cited by: 4.

Survivors have difficulty understanding the meaning of the cancer experience (spiritually) Depression was 14% more common and anxiety 29% more common in cancer survivors; The Potential Solution: Psychoeducational Workshops: CSC hosts psychoeducational workshops, and many cancer survivors attend these workshops as a supplement to their medical.

Psychosocial Interventions for Cancer vividly witnesses to the power of psychological interventions to enhance treatment and help cancer patients cope with cancer.

Health psychologists, public health practitioners, medical doctors, oncologists, and anyone else in the field of cancer care and research will value this book as a rich source of Pages: Meeting the Need for Psychosocial Care in Young Adults With Cancer describes what is known about the psychosocial needs of young adults with cancer and addresses how healthcare professionals can help them overcome the challenges of cancer at this stage of life.

The book is designed to help the multidisciplinary team delivering medical, nursing, and psychosocial care for these young people provide comprehensive, evidence-based care. Psychosocial Care of Cancer Survivors: A Clinician's Guide and Workbook for Providing Wholehearted Care is a clinical resource for healthcare practitioners that presents person-centered care as an antidote to the distress both patients and clinicians face in cancer survivorship.

Meeting the Need for Psychosocial Care in Young Adults With Cancer describes what is known about the psychosocial needs of young adults with cancer and addresses how healthcare professionals can help them overcome the challenges of cancer at this stage of life.

The book is designed to help the multidisciplinary team delivering medical, nursing. Rationale of Psychosocial Care for Cancer Patients. Due to advances in early detection and medical treatment of cancer in the past 3 decades as well as the increasingly higher life expectancy of the population, cancer incidence rates continue to rise worldwide [].As a consequence of these trends, an increasing number of people will require medical treatment for cancer, long-term surveillance Cited by:   Cancer survivors commonly report psychological distress 1,2 and impaired social functioning 3 which, although adversely associated with quality of life, 2,4–10 health behaviors, 11–15 and survival, 16–20 often go unrecognized or undertreated.

21–23 The Institute of Medicine's (IOM's) seminal report Cancer Care for the Whole Patient: Meeting Psychosocial Health Needs Cited by: