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Psychological and Social Well-being

Psychosocial Issues

2017 Cancer Survivorship Symposium

ABSTRACT TITLE FIRST AUTHOR ABSTRACT NO.sort descending
Psychosocial distress in lymphoma survivors at 3 years’ follow-up. Allison Claire Rosenthal

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Evaluating an Educational Intervention to Alleviate Distress among Men with Newly-Diagnosed Prostate Cancer and their Partners. Lindsay Hedden

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PTSD and lymphoma: Two very different psychological trajectories following a common diagnosis. Regina Jacob

195

Will Chinese oncologists refer cancer survivors to psychological support for survivorship care? A cross-sectional survey. Lingyun Sun

196

Patterns of cancer-related health information seeking and receipt among Hispanic and non-Hispanic childhood cancer survivors. Kimberly A Miller

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Psychosocial distress screening at a single urban community oncology center: Trends among Hispanic and Caucasian women with newly diagnosed breast cancer. Gregory Joseph Britt

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Institutional racism, segregation, and breast cancer outcomes. Kirsten M. M. Beyer

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Using the symptom distress thermometer (SDT) in patients with breast cancer to identify psychosocial supportive needs. Alyssa Gillego

200

Social network, social support and unplanned hospital admission in older patients with cancer. Beatrice Jara-Almonte Edwards

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Implementation of distress testing: Lessons learned at the Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center. Pamela Kim Washington

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Patient distress assessment in a VA oncology clinic: A quality improvement project. Reena Jayani

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Biopsychosocial distress assessment among testicular cancer survivors (TCS) using electronic patient reported outcomes (PROs). Elizabeth A. Guancial

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Dermal Biomarkers in Cancer Patients: Monitoring Subjective Health Objectively David G Li

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A pilot study of the Pathways program to address fear of recurrence and reduce distress among breast cancer survivors. Edward Kenji Hadeler

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Evaluation of the psychosocial needs of cancer survivors. Smitha Pabbathi

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From helplessness to self help: Breast cancer surviorship in India. Rebecca DeSouza

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