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: "Cognitive Existential Couple Therapy for newly diagnosed prostate cancer patients and their partners: a descriptive pilot study." 12/09/2014 A.L. Collins, A.W. Love, S. Bloch, A.F. Street, G.M. Duchesne, J. Dunai & J.W. Couper

Abstract: This paper aims to describe ‘Cognitive Existential Couple Therapy’ (CECT), a novel couples-based intervention for men with early stage prostate cancer (PCa) and their partners, and to report preliminary !ndings from a pilot study that investigated the acceptability and feasibility of...

Artikel: "Self-management for men surviving prostate cancer - a review of behavioural and psychosocial interventions to understand what strategies can work, for whom and in what circumstances." 12/09/2014 J. Cockle-Hearne & S. Faithfull

Abstract: In the context of increasing prostate cancer survivorship, evidence of unmet supportive care needs and growing economic health-care restraints, this review examined and evaluated best approaches for developing self-management programmes to meet men’s survivorship needs.

Methods...

Artikel: "Psychological distress in patients with pancreatic cancer—an understudied group." 12/09/2014 K.L. Clark, M. Loscalzo, P.C. Trask, J. Zabora & E.J. Philip

Abstract: Pancreatic cancer is the fourth leading cause of cancer-related death in the United States, unsuccessful in significantly improving 5-year survival. A diagnosis of pancreatic cancer may be associated with increased psychological distress, yet remarkably little is known about the degree...

Artikel: "The effect of progressive muscle relaxation training on anxiety and quality of life after stoma surgery in colorectal cancer patients." 12/09/2014 Y.L. Cheung, A. Molassiotis, & A.M. Chang

Abstract: The aim of the study was to evaluate the effects of the use of progressive muscle relaxation training (PMRT) on anxiety and quality of life in colorectal cancer patients after stoma surgery. A randomised controlled trial was used with repeated measures assessment over 10 weeks post-...

Artikel: 'An exploration of anticipatory grief in advanced cancer patients.' 02/09/2014 Cheng J.O.Y., Lo R.S.K., Chan F.M.Y., Kwan B.H.F. & Woo J.

Abstract: Research on anticipatory grief (AG) has been more focused on the experience of relatives than the terminally ill patients. This study will present qualitative ‘thick descriptions’ of advanced cancer patient’s experience of AG and explore how it is experienced in the family context....

Artikel: 'Outlook and adaptation in advanced cancer: a systematic review.' 02/09/2014 O’Brien C.W. & Moorey S.

Abstract: ‘Fighting spirit’ in early-stage cancer comprises optimism about prognosis, a belief that the disease and/or its effects are controllable, and a determination to cope with the situation using various active coping methods. It is associated with better adjustment. In advanced cancer,...

Artikel: 'The contribution of general and cancer-related variables in explaining physical activity in a breast cancer population 3 weeks to 6 months post-treatment.' 02/09/2014 Charlier C., Van Hoof E., Pauwels E., Lechner L., Spittaels H. & De Bourdeaudhuij I.

Abstract: Physical activity determinants are subject to change when confronted with the diagnosis of ‘cancer’ and new cancer-related determinants appear. The aim of the present study is to compare the contribution of cancer-related determinants with more general ones in explaining physical...

Artikel: 'The Mental Adjustment to Cancer Scale (MAC): French replication and assessment of positive and negative adjustment dimensions.' 02/09/2014 Cayrou S., Dicke P., Gauvain-Piquard A. & Roge B.

Abstract: The Mental Adjustment to Cancer (MAC) scale was validated on a heterogeneous French sample of 317 cancer patients. Internal consistency was satisfactory for the original subscales (a coefficients=0.62–0.80), except for the Fatalism subscale (a=0.40). The intercorrelations of the...

Artikel: 'What goes up does not always come down: patterns of distress, physical and psychosocial morbidity in people with cancer over a one year period.' 02/09/2014 Carlson L.E., Waller A., Groff S.L., Giese-Davis J. & Bultz B.D.

Abstract: As the concept of distress as the 6th vital sign gains strength in cancer care, research on the experience of patients is critical. This study longitudinally examined patients’ physical and psychosocial concerns over the year following diagnosis.

Methods: Between July 2007 and...

Artikel: 'Screening for distress, the sixth vital sign, in lung cancer patients: effects on pain, fatigue, and common problems—secondary outcomes of a randomized controlled trial.' 02/09/2014 Carlson L.E., Waller A , Groff S.L. & Bultz B.D.

Abstract: This randomized controlled trial examined the impact of an online routine screening for distress program on physical symptoms and common psychosocial and practical problems in lung cancer outpatients.

Method: Patients were randomly assigned to either the minimal screening group...

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