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(Cancer Nursing[TA])
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  • Self-assessment of Goal Achievements Within a Gynecological Cancer Rehabilitation Counseling. [Journal Article]
  • CNCancer Nurs 2018 Feb 15
  • Adellund Holt K, G Hansen D, … Jensen PT
  • CONCLUSIONS: Goal measurement is feasible in cancer rehabilitation, in both goal setting and goal achievement. Goal achievement less than expected levels in women recovering from ovarian or cervical cancer suggests a need for additional support.This study supports goal setting and goal achievement as a feasible approach to improve cancer rehabilitation and that nursing professionals can facilitate individualized rehabilitation efforts.
  • Pursuing Normality: Reflections on Cancer Survivorship Care of Lymphoma Survivors. [Journal Article]
  • CNCancer Nurs 2018 Jan 16
  • Madsen LS, Handberg C
  • CONCLUSIONS: The findings add to our understanding of possible barriers for participation in cancer survivorship care and outline important aspects to account for in the practice of health professionals.The study findings may guide practice to establish a systematic approach for providing information to cancer survivors regarding the possible management of their symptoms and of the content and purpose of cancer survivorship care.
  • Not a Straight Line-Patient's Experiences of Prostate Cancer and Their Journey Through the Healthcare System. [Journal Article]
  • CNCancer Nurs 2018 Jan 12
  • Schildmeijer K, Frykholm O, … Ekstedt M
  • CONCLUSIONS: The clinical implementation of the standardized care pathway is described as a straight path through care, but patients described their experiences as walking a tightrope. Lack of information, especially about cancer treatment and its adverse effects, was the most common experience.Our findings indicate areas where further healthcare tools could improve patient experiences of cancer treatment. This could include offering individualized information and tools to increase patient empowerment, as well as patient/caregiver collaboration (co-care).
  • New Educational Model to Promote Breast Cancer-Preventive Behaviors (ASSISTS): Development and First Evaluation. [Journal Article]
  • CNCancer Nurs 2018 Jan 12
  • Khazaee-Pool M, Pashaei T, … Ponnet K
  • CONCLUSIONS: Findings revealed that self-care behavior and stress management are influenced directly by attitude, motivation, self-efficacy, information seeking, and social support. In addition, women seek more information when they are motivated, have more self-efficacy, have a more positive attitude toward breast cancer prevention, and experience more social support.Cancer nurses can be at the forefront of breast cancer prevention. Because they can play a pivotal role in providing information, they can reduce women's stress and increase their self-care behavior. In addition, their social support can positively influence Iranian women's attitude, motivation, and self-care behavior. Furthermore, implementing educational programs based on this model might encourage women to practice preventive behaviors.
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