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(Cancer Nursing[TA])
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  • "I Have Both Lost and Gained." Norwegian Survivors' Experiences of Coping 9 Years After Primary Breast Cancer Surgery. [Journal Article]
  • CNCancer Nurs 2018 Oct 20
  • Drageset S, Lindstrøm TC, Ellingsen S
  • CONCLUSIONS: Cancer experiences changed the women's lives. Their coping varied. Fewer but selected supporters were preferred. Understanding and recognition from others for the women's changed life situation was essential.Healthcare professionals should prepare women for a changed life situation because of illness experiences and the adverse effects of treatments. The support and information offered must be adjusted to each woman's individual needs, coping capacity, and life situation. Further clinical intervention studies are needed.
  • Symptom Trajectories of Adolescents During Hematopoietic Stem Cell Recovery. [Journal Article]
  • CNCancer Nurs 2018 Oct 17
  • Rodgers C, Highberger M, … Douglas C
  • CONCLUSIONS: Symptoms persist and remain severe and distressing throughout the first 90 days after HSCT, with pain and lack of energy among the highest in incidence, severity, and distress.Awareness of symptom trajectories empowers nurses to assess for symptoms throughout the HSCT process and conduct meaningful symptom discussions with their patients.
  • Cancer Patients' Long-term Experiences of Participating in a Comprehensive Lifestyle Intervention Study While Receiving Chemotherapy. [Journal Article]
  • CNCancer Nurs 2018 Oct 12
  • Mikkelsen HET, Vassbakk-Brovold K, … Fegran L
  • CONCLUSIONS: Participation in a 12-month comprehensive lifestyle intervention is both feasible and desirable in curative and palliative patients. However, although the curative participants' motivation and perceived ability to adhere to lifestyle recommendations increased during the intervention period, the palliative participants' perceived ability to adhere decreased even though they were overall highly motivated.Our findings encourage the future implementation of lifestyle interventions during cancer treatment, even in cancer patients with advanced disease. However, when implementing lifestyle interventions, healthcare professionals must keep the patients' motivation, perceived ability to adhere to lifestyle recommendations, and individual needs in mind.
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