6 edition of Cancer, Culture and Communication found in the catalog.
December 31, 2003 by Springer .
Written in English
|Contributions||Rhonda J. Moore (Editor), David Spiegel (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
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This book provides the reader with a vivid sense of the powerful cultural issues that face provider-consumer communication in oncology, and also suggests strategies for adapting cancer communication to meet unique cultural demands." (Gary L. Kreps, Ph.D., Chief, Health Communication and Informatics Research Branch, National Cancer Institute)Format: Hardcover.
This book provides the reader with a vivid sense of the powerful cultural issues that face provider-consumer communication in oncology, and also suggests strategies for adapting cancer communication to meet unique cultural demands." (Gary L.
Kreps, Ph.D., Chief, Health Communication and Informatics Research Branch, National Cancer Institute). This book provides the reader with a vivid sense of the powerful cultural issues that face provider-consumer communication in oncology, and also suggests strategies for adapting cancer communication to meet unique cultural demands." (Gary L.
Kreps, Ph.D., Chief, Health Communication and Informatics Research Culture and Communication book, National Cancer Cancer Springer.
-Cultural differences in health care; -Multidisciplinary medical approaches. This book is for physicians, nurses, hospice and palliative care professionals and public health professionals who would like to understand the ways we can improve clinician-patient communication in.
Read "Cancer, Culture and Communication" by available from Rakuten Kobo. The ability to communicate effectively with cancer patients and their family members has been linked to Brand: Springer US. Get this from a library. Cancer, culture, and communication. [Rhonda Moore; David Spiegel;] -- "This book is for physicians, nurses, hospice and palliative care professionals, and public health professionals who would like to understand the ways we can improve clinician-patient communication.
Cancer, Culture, and Communication Author: Rhonda J. Moore, David Spiege Published by Springer US ISBN: DOI: /b Table of Contents: Cancer Culture and Oncology Quality of Life in Culturally Diverse Cancer Patients Cancer and Aging Children with Cancer Cancer Risk Assessment Cancer Prevention.
The ability to communicate effectively with cancer patients and their family members has been linked to patient satisfaction, reduced psychological morbidity, enhanced health and reduced clinician "burn-out".
Yet, despite what we know about the benefits of effective communication, cancer clinicians have only recently begun to receive routine training in the psychosocial and emotional aspects 1/5(1). Anna Leahy and Lisa Sparks wrote the book Communicating with Cancer together, after they discovered their common experiences as caregivers of parents with cancer.
Anna is also the author of the book Tumor as well as the poetry collection Sparks is a health communication expert who focuses Cancer cancer and aging in her research and has written and edited ten books. Abstract. It is still the dominant practice in Italy, but one definitely changing, not to inform cancer patients of their diagnosis, particularly if the outcome is uncertain.
A medical practice, such as telling or not telling a diagnosis of cancer, is infused with social Culture and Communication book cultural understandings and implications.
Cancer is increasingly viewed as a chronic disease people are learning to live with. The growing discipline of psycho-oncology has ushered in a new optimism of helping patients, families, and caregivers learn to cope with cancer.
Cultural Clout. But this is not true in every society. This book is known for the approach of connecting aspects of medical health with communication. Culture and Cancer Care is key reading for students, researchers and practitioners in oncology and palliative care, offering a clear analysis of cultural differences with regard to illness and health care, as well as suggestions of how ethnic disparities can be overcome both at a political and local level, through cultural understanding and culturally appropriate health education.
However, this concept of culture is still poorly understood, inconsistently deﬁned, and ineffectively used in practice and research. The role of culture in the causal pathway of disparities and the potential impact of culturally competent cancer care on improving cancer outcomes in ethnic minorities has, thus, been underestimated.
In this. Awareness of cancer prevention, early detection, treatment, and survival are on the rise; however, too many people still report that they feel uninformed when it comes to cancer. Communication. Making Health Communication Programs Work (Pink Book) A guide to communication program planning that includes strategy development, testing concepts.
Communication within oncology is a core clinical skill but one in which few oncologists or specialist cancer nurses have received much formal training. Inadequate communication may cause much distress for patients and their families, who often want considerably more information than is.
The growing of cancer cells in the laboratory has been a powerful tool for studying and understanding the biology of cancer and the effects of drugs on cancer cells.
In Cancer Cell Culture: Methods and Protocols, expert researchers describe in detail their most productive and up-to-date methods for growing cancer cells in the laboratory.
Information for Authors. Cancer Communications offers waivers to authors for selected high quality articles. For rapid feedback on the potential suitability of an article for waiver, please send a pre-submission enquiry to the editorial office, providing the article title, abstract and a brief cover letter.
Impact Factors in Journal Citation Report (, Clarivate) are under the previous. There are several e-learning tools available that provide modules designed to teach optimal communication skills for HPs in any setting (MD Anderson Cancer Center, ) and cultural.
The Cancer Culture Chronicles is a 5×8 hardback book, pages and available at cost from – here – price $ plus shipping. Please note there are no profits in the book, but if you like the book, please consider supporting Breast Cancer Action and METAvivor Research and Support, Inc.
with a donation in memory of Rachel. Nurses' previous experience of culture has the potential to impact their approach to cultural care (Huang et al., ). Understanding the nurses and cancer survivors’ perspective on which factors influence culturally competent care is important in the development of diverse healthcare services.
Cancer Culture Communication. 53 likes 3 talking about this. Cancer has the power to redefine identities and change how we live and interact with each other and the world around us.
Let's talk. ‘This book creates new ground for all health professionals working in cancer care to read, enjoy, look at and question their practice.’ Caroline Adcock, Clinical Practice Educator – Haematology and Oncology, Royal Shrewsbury Hospital Cancer and Cancer Care is a complete study of cancer, the care of people with the disease and its impact on everyday life.
CANCER AND RISK COMMUNICATION. Risk communication refers to a purposeful exchange of information between stakeholders regarding health-related and environmental risks In modern society, mass media is a pivotal channel of communication in which a variety of risks are introduced as an agenda.
Because fear in a society can affect people’s perceptions and behaviors. With many recent advances, cancer cell culture research is more important than ever before. This timely edition of Cancer Cell Culture: Methods and Protocols covers the basic concepts of cancer cell biology and culture while expanding upon the recent shift in cell culture methods from the generation of new cell lines to the use of primary cells.
There are methods to characterize and. Effective communication in cancer care between the health care team, cancer patients, and their family is important. Learn about communication skills that support a patient-centered practice and how to talk with adults and children about their diagnosis, prognosis, and transition to end-of-life care in this expert-reviewed summary.
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Books shelved as intercultural-communication: Cultures and Organizations: Software of the Mind by Geert Hofstede, Riding the Waves of Culture: Understand. One such program is redevelopment of a nationally recognized resource, “Making Health Communication Programs Work,” [The “Pink Book”] which comprehensively addresses clear communication and reflects the best practices of all NIH Institutes and Centers as a shared resource.
OCPL also maintains a resource Web site that includes synopses of research. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages: illustrations. Contents: Key elements of communication in cancer care --Motivating for cancer prevention --Communication in genetic counselling for breast/ovarian cancer --Informing about diagnosis, relapse and progression of disease: communication with the terminally ill cancer patient --Maintaining hope.
Provides caregivers with coping strategies to help them deal with the stress and anxiety associated with caring for cancer patients. Discusses communication skills, ways to get support, feelings, and the need for self-care.
Lists additional resources for cancer information and support. Cancer is more than a biological disease. Cultural factors are involved at every stage in the journey through cancer, from prevention to palliative care.
Based upon recent studies from the United Kingdom, Europe and the United States, Culture and Cancer Care examines a number of cultural themes in relation to cancer, including: The disparity of rates of cancer among different ethnic groups.
I met Rachel Cheetham Moro through her writing. I found her blog, The Cancer Culture Chronicles, sometime during my own treatment for breast cancer.I became an avid reader of her insightful and often hilarious prose.
Recently, Rachel’s writing has been published in book form, compiled and edited by her mother Mandy Cheetham and her friend Sarah Horton. The science, culture and history of breast cancer as told by a reporter who survived it As a health-care journalist, Kate Pickert knew the emotional highs and lows of medical treatment well -- but always from a distance, through the stories of her subjects.
That is, until she was unexpectedly diagnosed with an aggressive type of breast cancer at the age of As she underwent more than a year.
Association between patient-provider communication and lung cancer stigma. Supportive Care in Cancer, 24, doi: /s More. SHARE. TWEET. EMAIL. COMMENTS. The role of culture in communication How knowledge of differences in communication between cultures may be the key to successful intercultural communication Marinel Gerritsen University of Nijmegen Department of Business Communication Studies 0.
Introduction This paper is about only one of the many aspects that affect communication: culture. Freedom Files Book 1. They thought what they were eating was healthy, they thought the water they drank was safe, they thought the doctor was supposed to help; one word changed everything, Cancer.
The novelettes firsthand account exposes a culture of lies at the highest levels of government and its ties to industries that drive social and economic manipulation.
DCC PCC Book Front to 9/21/07 AM Page v. This monograph on Patient-Centered Communication in Cancer Care was written under contract from the Outcomes Research Branch of the Applied Research Program in the Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences, National Cancer Institute, NIH.
The words nurses use can certainly strengthen patient/worker connections and foster further communication and trust. 4 However, common words and phrases can easily have unintended and detrimental.
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