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Title The longterm healthrelated quality of life of glioma patients: An observational study The First Step towards Creating an Anxiety Scale in Patients with Breast Cancer by Means of a Q li i I i M h d How to communicate bad news to patients with cancer and their families? Does culture matter? Cervical Cancer Screening For CommunityBased Screening Area The Effectiveness of Spirituality Intervention by Group Method on the Increase of Hope, Happiness and Lif S i f i i W S i i f B C Spirituality, Hope and Mental Health in Breast Cancer Patients CORRELATION OF DSTRESS AND PERCEVED SOCAL SUPPORT OF THE BREAST CANCER PATENTS N A TURKSH SAMPLE Anticipatory nausea among ambulatory cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy: prevalence, i df di li f lif Pattern of depressive symptoms among breast cancer patients Islamic Perspective of Spiritual Aspects in Cancer Care What Exactly Is A Good Outcome?: African American Perspectives from a Patient and a Nurse Lectures on grief care for the bereaved by cancer and medical staffs in Japan Are Testicular Cancer Patients Cognitively Impaired after Treatment? Comparing Patient Test Scores to N Trends In Breast Cancer Patients' Satisfaction With Psychosocial and Psychooncological Care in Breast C I N h Rhi W h li G Specific Characteristics of Value Orientations and Needs of Oncopathologic Adolescents Reliability and Validity Study of Illness Perception Questionnaire The SocioEcological Model of HRQOL Examining HealthRelated Quality Of Life And Access To Health Care Outcomes Among Chinese, Korean A d Fili i A i B C S i Examining Demographic And SocioEcological Influences On Depressive Outcomes Among Latina A i B C S i Assessing the Cancer Screening Behaviours of Female Healthcare Workers in the University College H i l (UCH) Ib d Change in Exercise Activity and Quality of Life in Breast Cancer Survivors (BCS): A Longitudinal E l i Relationship between Serum CA153 Tumor Marker, TNM staging, Estrogen and Progesterone receptors B C F l Unmet supportive care needs in Hong Kong Chinese women confronting advanced breast cancer Reporting on the clinical utility of a coping skills intervention program for AYAC: what have we learned h f Patients Perception of Bodily Transformations after Cancer Treatment is a Predictor of Future Well b i Protocol of Psychotherapeutic Workshops for Cancer Patients and their Relatives Cancer patients care in the country: Supporting families for the cancer patients caregiving tasks Complexity of cellular carcinogenesis vs macroscopic representations of illness in cancer patients. I f i i ll d h d i i Alexithymia traits in hospitalized haematological patients i Differences in (psychosocial) referral behavior of oncologists in a `Practice as usual' condition versus a `S i S i f Di ' di i i A b l C C The Influence of Social Support on Hematopoietic Stem cell Transplantation Survival: A Systemic Review f li Cancer Patient Decision Making and Autonomy Related to Clinical Trial Participation Relation Between Distress and Gender: Adaptation Profiles in OncoHematology Patients in Ch h Quality of Life and Coping Strategies of Cancer Patients in a Private Cancer Center Psychosocial Aspects of Cancer Patients: Correlation Between Distress, Mood Disorder, Quality of Life dC i Gastrointestinal Cancer: Distress and Emotional Disorder among Patients in Chemotherapy Impact of the Diagnosis and Treatment: Incidence of Distress and ProblemRelated in Cancer Patients Can Distress Thermometer Predict Mood Disorders? Sleep Disturbances among Advanced Cancer Patients as a Function of Cancer Type LongTerm Use of Sleeping Medications among Cancer Patients Chemotherapy induced Pain: Impact on Daily Life, Thoughts and Feelings among Women with Breast C The Influence Of Occupational Stress Reported By Cancer Patients On The Subjective Need For O i R l d R h bili i A d Th Ri k Of E l R i The impact of psychooncologists' therapeutic attitudes : from crisis' coping to personal development in b i Weight Gain among Breast Cancer Survivors and Its Association to Emotions of Shame and Guilt Observational study on the evaluation of certain symptoms and psychophysical disorders that affect h li f lif f i hb Screening for Distress, the 6th Vital Sign: A Canadian Strategy for Influencing the Agenda for Person C dC C Examining the Relationship between Pain and Mental Health among Breast Cancer Survivors and the M di i R l f Ph i l A i i Articulating Chronicity in the Ovarian Cancer Experience: Women's Views of the Ongoing Implications of O i C f E d Lif Impact of a Communication Skills Training on Nurses Communication Efficiency: A Qualitative Analysis f E i hM G d l Si l d C P i Ab T ki M hi Narratives and interpreters in psychooncology: a pilot study. A i The misunderstanding and doubt on "Do not resuscitate" (DNR) order among cancer hospital health f i l Relationship of distress with resilience and psychological trauma in the thyroid cancer patients heART An art making support group for cancer survivors A Study of the relational resources and stress factors linked to the diagnosis of cancer Breast Cancer: An International Comparison of ProblemRelated Distress Using Emotion Focused Therapy with PsychoOncology patients: Preliminary Theoretical and Clinical C id i Acculturation and Attitudes of Latinos toward Hospice: No Relationship after All Benefit finding in disease free longterm cancer survivors A pilot training program for health care professionals providing palliative and oncological care to l bi d bi l (LGB) i Role of Gender and Age Differences in Perceptions of Cancer Among Resident Indians Elaboration of a Psychological Intervention for Young Gynaecologic Cancer Women with Fertility I i A P li i Q li i S d A place for otherness in psychooncology. 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Cancer in the Elderly: The Influence of Life Stage on Psychosocial, Supportive and Informational Needs ProblemFocussed Interactive Telephone Therapy [ProFITT©]:Results of a Feasibility Study The Psychosocial Impact of Haematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation on Relative Donors Diagnosis Problems of Depressive Disorders in Cancer Patients Body Image and Psychological Distress after Prophylactic Mastectomy in Genetically Predisposed W AP i L F ll S d Family intervention for cancer recurrence: a multicentric pilot study Psychosocials factors associated with patient's communication difficulties Delusion or reality? Managing patients with schizophrenia during cancer treatment The Role of Dysfunctional Beliefs and Attitudes about Sleep: Do they Predispose or Maintain Insomnia in C ? The Life End Information Forum (LEIF) in Belgium: impact of peer review on the quality of EndofLife D i i M ki Art Therapies As Complementary Therapies For Cancer Patients "Feelings are chemicals which can kill or cure" : HUMOR THERAPY: The way of benefitting from power of f li f i SCREENING FOR DISTRESS AND SUPPORTIVE CARE NEEDS DURING THE INITIAL PHASE OF THE CARE PROCESS QUALITATIVE EXPERIMENT IN FRANCE Between breast cancer diagnosis and surgery: women's experiences of social support The Belgian government funds the post academic training program in psychooncology, organised by h Céd i Hèl i i The Information Needs of Egyptian Newly Diagnosed Breast Cancer Women Undergoing Surgery and Th i L l f S i f i ih h P ii fI f i Parental Cancer Are the needs of affected families and children met in psychosocial cancer counselling i ? Development of a Measure of SelfConcept in Youth Diagnosed with Familial Adenomatous Polyposis (FAP) H i bl C di i Measurement Properties and Validation of Satisfaction Instruments for Adolescents and Young Adults (AYA) i h C Bl d Di d d h i N i dC Quality of Life and Psychologic Status in Primary Caregivers of Cancer Patients Communication Satisfaction with Treatment Team in Cancer Patients with Completed Treatments Fatigue, Depression, Sexual Problems and Quality of Life in Breast Cancer Patients Pain, fatigue, sleep and quality of life in elderly hospitalized cancer patients Demoralization among Nurses among Oncology, Palliative Care, and Intensive Care Units To Facilitating the Communication Skill Training of Bad News Telling for Cancer Care as a National Health P li i T i Predictors of longterm cognitive outcomes due to oxaliplatin chemotherapy; the role of dose and i h l hi Docetaxel chemotherapy affects cognitive function shortly after treatment in laboratory rodents Spousal experience of cancer patients `endoflife. 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The comprehensive development of a psychosocial and educational program for caregivers: Integrating i i l fi di li i l i d i i Targeted screening for distress ­ identifying who is at risk Canadian Professional Navigation and Personcentered Approach: Model, Tools and Competencies Predictors for patients' perceived needs for psychosocial and psychotherapeutic support after breast h bili i Models for Peer/Volunteer Navigation Programs Implementing Survivorship Care Plans: A Canadian Experience Screening for Distress: It must be more than simply completing a standardized instrument Model for Providing Supportive Care Services to Pediatric Patients at a Comprehensive Cancer Center Risk perceptions of prostate cancer: health promotion implications for early diagnosis Ptss and growth among parents whose child have had a Stem Cell Transplantation (SCT) Exploring information and support for relatives of cancer patients Understanding recovery and supporting self management of cancer related problems following primary Faith Among Patients With Metastatic Renal Cell Carcinoma In A Secular Society Developing a Sustainable Supportive Oncology Care Model: A College of Social Work, Hunstman Cancer I i dM li N i lC H i l C ll b i Effect of Communication Skills Training Program for Oncologists Based on the Patient Preferences for C i i B dN AR d i dC lT i l Longitudinal Trends Relating to Fear of Recurrence AmongstHead and Neck Cancer Survivors Cancer Worry Scale: a screening instrument for Fear of Cancer Recurrence WellBeing in HomeBased Family Caregiving at the End of Life: Current Conceptualization and Future C id i Immediate Impact on Distress Following Complications after Implant or DIEP flap Breast Reconstruction Developing and integrating a cancer rehabilitation process, in order to achieve a patient focused and h H ll d h i l H l d il j Enhancing Psychiatric Triage by Developing and Implementing Interactive Innovative Education Modules f S i lW k i h W b Fatigue during and after cancer: a crosssectional study involving patients and longterm survivors The self assessment of cognitive functioning in cancer survivor and healthy people Genetic counselling for hereditary breast and ovarian cancer susceptibility: emotional states and i f h ik Cancer behind the shoulders: Health status and posttraumatic growth in longterm cancer survivorship. Sexuality and intimacy in longterm cancer survivors: explorative results from the first Italian Cancer S i Cli i Using the Commonsense and Transtheoretical Models to Understand Health Behaviours After Diagnosis i hP B C Early detection of depression and anxiety disorder within patients with breast cancer and a l INFORMATION NEEDS OF CANCER PATIENTS: A COMPARISON OF NURSES' AND PATIENTS' PERSPECTIVES Use Of Nutritional Supplements And Herbal Medicines Among Danish Patients With Metastatic Renal C ll C i P li i R l F Th MRC CAM S d Breast Cancer Screning In Cancer Early Diagnosis Screening and Education Center The Impact of Gynecologic Cancer on the Family Relationships: A Case Report Associations between pain and psychosocial factors using a computerized ecological momentary h i i h h i i The unmet needs of haematological cancer survivors: An international comparison between Australian d C di i Title: Do early breast cancer patients want to participate in group intervention?

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MifoHuK: A Danish Milieu for Humanistic Psychosocial Cancer Research. www.mifohuk.dk A Longitudinal Study of Parent Caregiver SelfEfficacy and Parent and Child Coping with Pediatric Cancer T P d Psychosocial issues and decision making in clinical trials: Associations between symptom burdens (SB) d i fb fi (EB) f d d i (ACP) l i (SC) Uncovering data on the psychosocial needs of cervical cancer patients. d Implementation of psychosocial screening in daily oncological practice: experiences in the North E i f h N h l d The Influence Of Clinical, Sociodemographic And Workrelated Factors On Return To Work 16 Months F ll i A B C Di i AP l i b dC h S d The MiniMAC Scale: Reanalysis Of Its Psychometric Properties in a Sample Of 160 Mixed Cancer P i Does Psychological Acceptance Correlate With Positive Adjustment In Cancer Patients? Findings From A C S i l Pil S d Important variable affecting the quality of the end of life care: nurse's death anxiety Examination of Conflict Tendencies and Ways of Coping With Stress of Oncologists Distress of bereaved who lost family members with cancer, and asked for medical help Psychosocial and Cultural Factors Related to Nonadherence in Indonesian Women with Breast Cancer: A Q li i S d The Cédric Hèle Institute implements communication training for physicians, nurses and paramedical ff i l f d db h B l i N i lG The effect of Spiritual Therapy for Improving the Quality of life of Women with Breast Cancer: A R d i dC ll d T i l Evaluation of an intervention to promote breast cancer awareness and early presentation: the Train the T i B H l hP i C Providing Ongoing Support and Education for Hispanic/Latino Community Health Workers or P Giving Psychosocial Care to the Cancer Patients Has A Dual Effect: Patientwise and Professionalwise Psychiatric Followup of the Children Treated for Cancer Psychiatric Diagnosis and Behavioral Characteristics in Survivors of Childhood and Adolescent Leukemia dL h Cognitive Profiles of Childhood and Adolescent Leukemia and Lymphoma in at least 2 Years Remission Quality of Life of Children and Adolescents in Remission Period of Lymphoma and Leukemia Cancer and Family: Evaluation of Parental Attitudes and Characteristcis of Children with Lymphoma and L k i Di i Information needs and informationseeking behaviour related to prostate cancer To understand mental health related issues and the importance of regular counselling in medical f di i d i i i d i E i f SUICIDE IDEATION INTENT AND BEHAVOUR IN CANCER PATIENTS CANCER PAIN: Prevalence of cancer pain in outpatients who are registered to a cancer therapy center Cognitive existential group therapy, an effective way to improve depression in women with breast The psychosocial impact of cancer in Moroccan families Quality of life of cervical cancer patients after radical radiochemotherapy with comparison with the l l i Feasibility and acceptability of a randomized trial of Tai Chi Chih in senior female cancer survivors "National telephone for the psychological support to oncological patients and their family members" Media promotion of the project: "National telephone for the psychological support to oncological i d h i f il b " The Relationship Between Communication Skills, Stress Perception and Mental Symptoms in Nurses Wh W k A O l U i A Report of Medical Support for Disaster Victims in East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami An examination of the feasibility and efficacy of exercise in attenuating symptoms of anxiety and d i b i l did Quality of life of partners (closest people) of oncology patients The significance of a specific psychooncology outpatient service for cancer patients run by h i di l d What do they know and what do they think they know? The Influence of Knowledge and Perceived K l d H P ill i (HPV) V i i D i i ki Prevalence of depression in cancer patients during or after treatment: a metaanalysis TURKISH NURSES' EXPERIENCES WITH CANCER PATIENTS IN A PUBLIC HOSPITAL: A PHENOMENOLOGICAL STUDY Efficacy and Feasibility Study on the Use of PatientReported Outcomes by Palliative Care Teams in J Comparison of the psychological factors (depression, anxiety, coping) of cancer pain and nonmalignant h i i i Interpreting patterns in Supportive Care Needs between breast and colorectal cancers Cognitive function of elderly patients treated for a localized breast cancer: preliminary results of a li i l i di l d The Influence of PsychoExistential Profile on Biomarkers of Immune Response in Advanced Cancer A meaningcentred psychosocial intervention for terminally ill patients in Hong Kong Reliability and Validity of the Arabic Translation of the Functional Assessment of Chronic Illness Therapy S i i l W ll b i The effect of a 6week group psychoeducational program on Philippine breast cancer patients: a pilot d Quality of Life and Symptom Burden in Patients with Chronic Myeloid Leukemia Receiving Imatinib Th A Pil S d Comparison study on distress from Cancer survivors and General population in Korea Focusing on d i d i id id i Needs, Priorities, and Concerns of Terminally Ill Cancer Patients: a Literature Review Complementary therapies profile in cancer patients. Preliminary data Comparison of two group intervention methods in reducing emotional distress: an exploratory study Previous history of emotional disorder, and not actual distress, predicts which patients would ask for h l i l i Elderly cancer inpatients' desire for psychological support during the diagnostic phase or before a new li l d i li i f i h l i l d how to reach a correct diagnosis of depressive disorder in breast cancer patients: a comparison study b diff i i di i h l "But it must be the chemo that makes me sick...."Does Integrating Psychological Care into the adult di l d lf h d 30 d h l i l ? Patient and caregiver perceptions of communication of prognosis in high grade glioma Contributing Cutting Edge Knowledge While Mentoring the Next Generation of Psychosocial Oncology R h I C d L di h W ? Supportive Care Needs of Gynaecological Cancer Patients and Survivors Exploring psychosocial needs when implementing new models of care: Assessing the impact of rapid di i i i d i i ih db Interdisciplinary in Oncology: Role of care coordinator in oncology in setting up the procedure for d li i i i f di i b diff k h ld di i Cancer and the risk for divorce: A systematic review and metaanalysis of gender effects

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Anxiety in Cancer Patients: Future Considerations Benefits of PsychoOncology Care on Breast Cancer Patients Moderate but consistent teamsupport is useful for mental care in disaster area. The effects of chemotherapy and spouse's existence on the appearance of delirium in cancer patients The Interprofessional Psychosocial Oncology Distance Education (IPODE) Project: Three Years Of I f i l Ed i O An Online Relationship Focused Intervention for Young Couples Affected by Breast Cancer: Findings of a F ibili S d School (Re)Entry After Paediatric Cancer: A Qualitative Examination Risk, Psychosocial Need and Clinical Satisfaction: The Experiences of Australians at High and Moderate Ri k f D l i P i M l A systematic review of psychological and psychoeducational interventions developed for individuals ff db l Distress among patients during cancer rehabilitation A prospective study using the German version of h NCCN Di Th Breast Cancer patient support: Need versus Resources studied at CICRI Nagpur,India Psychosocial factors related to the abandonment of the treatment in pediatric patients to Acute L k i Predictors and correlates of low patient satisfaction with resident communication in clinical rounds Volunteer Management: An Important Role for Psychosocial Cancer Educators Providing Global Cancer S Innovative Integration of Communication Technologies for Global Support of the Oncology Community How Common Are Symptoms of Depression in the General Cancer Population? Results from an E h i ll Di B i i hP l i Validation of the Clinical Significance Criterion of DSMV Major Depression. How Often Does Depression F Di D f i i C P i ? Towards a New Definition of MDD following Cancer: a Fundamental Reexamination of Symptoms for DSMV Does Mental Illness Adversely Prejudice Receipt of Mammography Screening for Breast Cancer? A Meta A l i fC i S di How Common is PTSD following a Diagnosis of Breast Cancer? Pooled Estimate through MetaAnalysis Is there an Increased Risk of Depression in LongTerm Cancer Survivors? a MetaAnalysis of 15 C i S di How Many People with Cancer Related Distress or Depression have Suicidal Thoughts and How Many W H l f h ? Longitudinal Changes in HADS defined Anxiety and Depression following Cancer: a UK study in an h i ll di l Perceived Value of Rapid Screening for Distress in Routine Care: Opinion of Cancer Clinicians During the I l i Ph Evidence Based Screening for Distress and Depression in Cancer Settings: An Expert Consensus Survey f 2011 Psychiatric Rehabilitation of Patients with Esophageal Cancer. Reading as a therapeutic tool. Type D personality is associated with increased comorbidity burden and health care utilization among 3080 i Type D (distressed) personality is associated with poor physical and mental health status among 3080 i Is emotional functioning subscale of the EORTC QLQC30 could be indicative of anxiety and depression i i ? Psychological reactions of parents to the diagnosis of cancer in their child. Risk Attitudes in the Detection of Cervical Cancer in women 20 to 45 years. "A bit scared to know too much, but wanting to know at the same time": A qualitative study on the i f i d i l i hl The Risk of Cancer among Children of Mothers who Experienced Distressful Events during pregnancy Emotional distress among family members after the death of cancer patients in Japan Major Depression and Demoralization in Cancer Patients: a comparative study between two countries fS h E P l dI l "A qualitative evaluation of burnout in professionals working on a paediatric oncology unit in Senegal (W Af i ) " The Pain and Anxiety Trajectory for Rectal Cancer Patients During Brachytherapy Evaluation of Kia Ora E Te Iwi: An Innovative Psychosocial Cancer Education Programme for Indigenous M iP l fN Z l d Opera Project Creating a new opera with five people with cancer bridging the world of medicine and HOW MUCH DO AFRICAN MEN SHARE IN THE BURDEN OF BREAST CANCER IN THEIR WIVES IN NORTHWESTERN NIGERIA Effect of Anxiety and Depression to llness Perception of Patients With Gynecological Cancer The Relationship Between the Illness Perception and Depression in Patients With Breast Cancer The systematic consultation in psychooncology and its objective to refer patients to an appropriate Th i i B l i i hF h ki i Webbased modules to educate social workers on breast cancer: A social worknursing partnership. Competency To Consent to Initial Chemotherapy Among Elderly Patients With Hematological M li i The Psychometric Properties of WHOQOLBref on Variety of Turkish Cancer Patients Assessment of body image and sexual adjustment in breast cancer patients Supportive Psychological Therapy to Families Who Have Children Who are Diagnosed with Leukemia Psychosocial Support for Pediatric Oncology & Hematology Patients PSYCHOSPIRITUAL APPROACH TO CANCER PATIENTS The prevalance of Anxiety,Depression and adjustment disorder in cancer and the association with h i l Self Esteem in Adoleseents with Cancer The study on level of Anxiety, depression and expression of emotions in mother which have a child with To Comparison anxiety, depression and quality of life in women with made of breast conserving h i ih li d l Malignant melanoma patients' anxietydepression levels and quality of life The Investigation of Posttraumatic Growth and Effecting Factors in Cancer Patients. Effect of escitalopram on depression and quality of life in ambulatory female patients with breast Religious Coping with Acute Leukemia An intervention to help women `OVERcome' dyspareunia and sexual problems after breast cancer The Monitoring Process Model and patient delay THE IMPORTANCE OF MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACH TO CANCER PATIENTS A PILOT STUDY Tumor Gene Expression Analysis To Target Chemotherapy: Attitudes Of Breast Cancer Patients

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