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Issues of cancer survivorship: an interdisciplinary team approach to care

Issues of cancer survivorship: an interdisciplinary team approach to care

Suzan, Zelda, editor; Kantor, Debra, editor

"Millions of patients with cancer are now surviving the five-year mark, and are dealing with the long-term negative impact of both illness and treatment therapies. This rare standardized resource is written by nurses highly experienced in oncology care, and emphasizes interdisciplinary teamwork. It also expertly guides nurses through the new requirements of oncology services: protocols for meeting the sensitive clinical and psychosocial aspects of cancer as a chronic illness."--Back cover

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Published Philadelphia : Wolters Kluwer 2016
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Statement of responsibility: editors, Debra Cantor and Zelda Suzan
ISBN: 1451194382, 9781451194388
Note: Description based on print version record.
Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Physical Description: 1 online resource (xv, 255 pages) : illustrations
Subject: Oncology Nursing methods.; MEDICAL Clinical Medicine.; Cancer Patients Care.; Patient Care Team.; HEALTH & FITNESS Diseases General.; MEDICAL Diseases.; Neoplasms psychology.; MEDICAL Evidence-Based Medicine.; Survivors psychology.; Cancer Treatment Psychological aspects Case studies.; Cancer Treatment Psychological aspects.; Patient-Centered Care.; MEDICAL Internal Medicine.; Cancer Patients Psychology.; Cancer Nursing.
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Contents

  1. Survivorship /Kathleen Pelc, MS, RN, OCN
  2. Symptom management /Maureen Cardoza, PhD, RN, CDP
  3. Psychological distress /Debra Kantor, PhD, APRN, BC
  4. Family relationships, social support, fear of recurrence, and finances /Mary Rzeszut, MSW, LCSW
  5. Spirituality /Judith A. Schreiber, PhD, RN
  6. Pediatric/family concerns posttreatment /Ann Maire Paraszczuk, EdD, RNC, IBCLC and Michelle Schaefer, RN, BSN, CPON
  7. Theory of uncertainty /Kristen Sethares, PhD, RN, CNE, Maryellen Brisbois, PhD, RN, APHN-BC, and Elizabeth Danells Chin, PhD, RN, APHN-BC
  8. Theory of unpleasant symptoms /Alaine Stadelman, MSN, RN
  9. Transitions /Eun-Ok Im, PhD, MPH, RN, CNS, FAAN and Yaelim Lee, MSN, RN, PhD (c)
  10. Adaptation /Akhtar Ebrahimi Ghassemi, PhD, MHC, MSN, RN
  11. Resilience /Debra Kantor, PhD, APRN, BC and Nona Holmes, DNP, APRN-BC, NP Psychiatry
  12. Oncology clinical nurse specialists /Heidi Bentos-Pereira, MSN, MBA, RN, OCN
  13. Oncology nurse navigators /Joyce Davis, BS, RN
  14. Oncology case managers /Rebecca Perez, RN, BSN, CCM
  15. Mental health nurses /Susan Glodstein, PMHNP-BC, PMHCNS-BC
  16. Role of the social worker /Mary Rzesszut, MSW, LCSW
  17. Role of the clergy / Rabbi Stephanie Dickstein, LMSW and Rabbi/Chaplain Abraham Rabinowich, MA, CPE
  18. Pain and palliative care team /Paula Lester, MD, FACP and Jessica Weinberger, MS, FNP, ACHPN
  19. When the cloud returns / Maureen Cardoza, PhD, RN, CDP.