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Cancer survivorship sourcebook

Cancer survivorship sourcebook

basic consumer health information about the physical, educational, emotional, social, and financial needs of cancer patients from diagnosis, through cancer treatment, and beyond, including facts about researching specific types of cancer and learning about clinical trials and treatment options, and featuring tips for coping with the side effects of cancer treatments and adjusting to life after cancer treatment concludes; along with suggestions for caregivers, friends, and family members of cancer patients, a glossary of cancer care terms, and directories of related resources

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Published by Omnigraphics in Detroit, MI .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by Karen Bellenir.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRC
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 633 p. ;
Number of Pages633
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22756001M
ISBN 109780780809857
OCLC/WorldCa80181202

  Beth Leibson wrote a thoughtful, accessible, and well written book that is a must read for anyone who has had a cancer diagnosis. And, for anyone who works with cancer survivors, or who who lives with a cancer survivor, you can't find a better book /5(4). Learn more about coping with cancer by journaling and reading inspiring books and stories told by cancer patients and survivors.

Survivorship: During and After Treatment. In the Institute of Medicine issued a report recommending that every cancer patient receive an individualized survivorship care plan that includes guidelines for monitoring and maintaining their health. In response to that report, many groups have now developed various types of "care plans" to help.   Cancer Sourcebook book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In recent years, major advances have been made in the early detect 5/5.

Request PDF | On May 1, , Laura Boxley and others published Cancer survivorship sourcebook. Edited by Karen Bellenir. Omnigraphics, Detroit, pp. Price: $ (US). ISBN: Author: Laura Boxley. Cancer Survivorship Sourcebook, 3rd Ed. Consumer health information about living with cancer after diagnosis, making cancer care decisions, coping with complications of treatment, and maintaining wellness after treatment.   Includes index, glossary of related terms, and .


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Cancer Survivorship Sourcebook. [Angela L Williams] -- Consumer health information about living with cancer after diagnosis, making cancer care decisions, coping with complications of treatment, and maintaining wellness after treatment.

Cancer survivors often lack the information they need to make treatment choices, maintain optimal physical and mental health during and after treatment, prevent disability and late effects associated with cancer, and handle economic issues related to cancer care.

Cancer Survivorship Sourcebook, Third Edition provides information for cancer patients and their family members, friends, and caregivers. It includes facts about cancer care.

Cancer survivorship sourcebook. [Angela Williams;] -- "Provides basic health information for cancer survivors, such as seeking medical assistance, side effects of cancer treatments, cancer-related research studies, maintaining health during and after.

Cancer Survivorship: Interprofessional, Patient-Centered Approaches to the Seasons of Survival addresses many issues survivors may face at diagnosis, during treatment and recovery, throughout long-term survivorship, and at the end of life. This book provides information as it relates to these distinct phases of survival—first described by Dr.

Fitzhugh Mullan, a cancer survivor and early survivorship. Cancer Survivorship: Interprofessional, Patient-Centered Approaches to the Seasons of Survival addresses many issues that survivors may face at diagnosis, during treatment and recovery, throughout long-term survivorship, and at the end of life.

This book provides information as it relates to these distinct phases of survival—first described. This book gives health care providers practical insights and strategies for treating cancer survivors’ long-term physical and mental health issues and promoting healthy lifestyle habits.

It covers adaptation and coping post treatment, problems of aging in survivorship, such as financial hardship. Handbook of Cancer Survivorship Care serves as a practical and concise guide for the multidisciplinary management of cancer survivors. Nearly all of the chapters are authored by a team consisting of a seasoned oncologist and an experienced practitioner who provides direct services in survivorship : $ With survivorship and survivorship care becoming an ever more important part of the clinical landscape, the Second Edition of the Handbook of Cancer Survivorship is an essential reference for oncology specialists, primary care providers, mental health professionals, rehabilitation providers, as well as public health specialists, epidemiologists and.

In her foreword to this book detailing cancer rehabilitation and the journey toward survivorship, Betty Ferrell, professor of nursing research and education at the City of Hope, wrote, "Survivorship is the all-encompassing experience of having lived beyond those initial words of 'you have cancer' and toward a life embracing both the gifts and.

Winner of the Best Health Book category in the Guild of Health Writers Awards and highly commended in the Popular Medicine category at the BMA Medical Book Awards this is the first UK book to look in depth at cancer survivorship and its emotional fallout/5().

Cancer Sourcebook: Basic Consumer Health Information About Major Forms and Stages of Cancer, Featuring Facts About Head and Neck Cancers, Lung Cancers, Bone Mast (Health Reference Series). Cancer Survivorship Coping Tools - We'll Get you Through This: Tools for Cancer's Emotional Pain From a Melanoma and Breast Cancer Survivor.

Only 6 left in stock (more on the way). Handbook of Cancer Survivorship. Only 7 left in stock (more on the way). Cancer Survivorship Sourcebook, Second Edition, provides information for cancer patients and their family members, friends, and caregivers.

It includes tips for researching specific types of cancer, treatment advances, and clinical trials, and it offers suggestions for coping with the side effects and complications of cancer treatments.

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Cancer Survivor Stories Once treatment is over, cancer survivors cope with their new life in different ways. While some prefer to put their experiences behind them, others choose to draw on them, and get involved with cancer-related activities or causes. 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.

Cancer Survivorship Sourcebook, 2nd Edition. Cancer Survivorship Sourcebook, Second Edition, provides information for cancer patients and their family members, friends, and caregivers. It includes: tips for researching specific types of cancer, treatment advances, and clinical trials; Recommendations for coping with the side effects and complications of cancer treatments.

Survivorship, or being a survivor is a term coined for people who have diagnosed with cancer. The term survivor typically begins at the day of diagnosis, making anyone who has been diagnosed with cancer, a survivor. Survivorship is a holistic approach to a cancer diagnosis.

NCI's popular patient education publications are available in a variety of formats. Download one or more of these booklets to your e-book device, smartphone, or tablet for handy reference, or open them as a PDF directly in the browser.

Childhood Cancer. Clinical Trials. Coping and Support. For Family and Caregivers. Tobacco Cessation. The population of cancer survivors in the United States and worldwide is rapidly increasing.

Many survivors will develop health conditions as a direct or indirect consequence of their cancer therapy. Thus, models to deliver high-quality care for cancer survivors are evolving. We provide examples of three different models of survivorship care from a cancer center, a community setting, Cited by:.

A Cancer Source Book for Nurses. A Cancer Source Book for Nurses, Eighth Edition is intended for nurses in every practice setting who are involved with providing care for cancer survivors, individuals with cancer, and those at risk for cancer.

The book covers the .This section includes general resources for cancer survivors of all ages and information for young adults, teens, and kids. General resources. American Institute for Cancer Research. Cancer and Careers. Cancer Financial Assistance Coalition.

Cancer Support Community. Job Accommodation Network. LIVE STRONG Survivorship Centers of Excellence. This book provides the necessary information about not only the clinical aspects of caring for cancer survivors, but also the psychosocial impacts.

There are multiple resources available to serve as oncology textbooks, but nothing to provide the necessary information on patient care for the non-MD members of the cancer patient management : $