Handbook of cancer survivorship

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Bibliographic Details
Corporate Author: SpringerLink (Online service)
Other Authors: Feuerstein, Michael.
Online Access:Link to e-book
Physical Description:xix, 504 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references and index.
Published: New York, NY : Springer, [2007]
Table of Contents:
  • Part I:
  • Burden
  • Cancer survivorship: a bird's eye view from an insider / Michael Feuerstein
  • The burden of cancer survivorship: a pandemic of treatment success / Steven N. Wolff
  • Quality of care / Craig C. Earle
  • Quality of life in long-term cancer survivors / Joan Bloom, Soo H. Kang, Dana M. Petersen, and Susan L. Stewart
  • Health care disparities / Salewa Oseni and Ismail Jatoi
  • Measuring quality of life in cancer survivors / David Victorson, David Cella, Lynne Wagner, Laura Kramer, and Mary Lou Smith
  • Part II:
  • Common problems
  • Exercise motivation and behavior change / Kerry S. Corneya, Kristina H. Karvinen, and Jeffrey K.H. Vallance
  • Fatigue / Alexander V. Ng, Carlynn A. Alt, and Elizabeth M. Gore
  • Pain / Victor T. Chang and Ryuichi Sekine
  • Depression / Peter C. Trask and Timothy Pearman
  • Interpersonal relationships / Andrea A. Thorton and Martin A. Perez
  • Adaptation in the face of advanced cancer / Carissa A. Low, Tammy Beran, and Annette L. Stanton
  • Part III:
  • Secondary prevention
  • Restoring emotional well-being: a model / Robert W. Lent
  • Physical activity for cancer survivors: potential benefits and guidelines / Clare Stevinson, Kristin L. Campbell, Christopher M. Sellar, and Kerry S. Courneya
  • Nutrition and weight management in cancer survivors / Virginia Uhley and K. L. Catherine Jen
  • Management of chemotherapy related cognitive dysfunction / Robert J. Ferguson, Raine Riggs, Tim Ahles, and Andrew J. Saykin
  • Smoking cessation and cancer survivors / Jamie S. Ostroff and Lara K. Dhingra
  • Psychological distress, depression, and anxiety / Arthur M. Nezu and Christine Maguth Nezu
  • Managing daily and long-term stress / Linda E. Carlson and Michael Speca
  • Pain and function: a psychosocial perspective / Michael J.L. Sullivan, Pascal Thibault, Andre Savard, and Ana Velly
  • Work / Jos Vebeek and Evelien Spelten
  • Comprehensive long-term follow-up: cancer survivorship centers / Linda A. Jacobs, Jane Alavi, Angela DeMichele, Steven Palmer, Carrie Stricher, and David Vaughn
  • Part IV:
  • Survivor and provider perspectives
  • Survivor perspectives on quality care / Kathryn McPherson and Rod MacLeod
  • Living with advanced cancer / Sheila Payne
  • Part V:
  • International perspective
  • Global considerations / Patricia A. Findley
  • Part VI:
  • Future directions
  • Cancer survivorship: research, practice, and policy / Michael Feuerstein.