Issues Of Cancer Survivorship: An Interdisciplinary Team...

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Edition 01
Author Kantor & Suzan
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/>Issues of Cancer Survivorship
ings much-needed, expert guidance to the challenges of cancer care. This all-new, standardized text fully addresses the psychosocial issues experienced by the patient and interdisciplinary collaboration, covering areas such as psychological distress, short- and long-term effects of treatments, body image issues, and family relationships. This vital guide should be read by all nurses, and is indispensable to those seeking to provide the holistic care now increasingly required in oncology services.You'll benefit from experienced guidance through all aspects of cancer survivor care, including . . .Coverage of survivorship topics - Definition of cancer survivor; phases of cancer survivorshipCoverage of cancer management topics:Clinical manifestations of cancer treatments - Nausea, vomiting, fatiguePsychological distress - Contributing factors; anxiety; depressionScreening/assessment guidelines; National Comprehensive Care Network care guidelinesCoverage of psychosocial issues:Personal concerns - Finances; family relationships; social support; medical treatments; spirituality/religion; fear of recurrenceShort- and long-term effects of surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation - Temporary and permanent disability; body changes; bone health; end-of-life issuesCoverage of pediatric cancer survivor issues:Long-term effects and secondary cancers resulting from treatmentSpecific needs of pediatric long-term survivorsImpact on immediate familyDevelopmental differences of pediatric patientsNursing theories - Helping patients deal with: uncertainty of outcomes; unpleasant symptoms; transitions; adaptations; increasing resiliencyCoverage of health care team members roles and collaboration, including:The roles and responsibilities of oncology nurse navigators, oncology case managers, oncology clinical nurse specialists, mental health nurses, social workers, and clergyPain and palliative care teamsSurvivorship care planChapter features include: key words, learning objectives, and case studies with thinking questions to help you absorb content

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/>Issues of Cancer Survivorshipaddresses the issues of experiencing life with cancer, from diagnosis to living with and beyond cancer. It focuses on the psychological impact of cancer, including psychological distress, the uncertainty, the short-term and long-term side effects of treatments, body image issues, spirituality/religious issues, impact of the disease on finances, impact on family relationships, and social support. In addition, the book covers cancer in children and secondary cancers as a result of the treatment they received, which is increasingly an issue as patients are living longer.

Table of Contents
ContentsSection I—Understanding SurvivorshipChapter 1: SurvivorshipKathleen Pelc, MS, RN, OCNSection II—Potential Consequences of Cancer ManagementChapter 2: Symptom ManagementMaureen Cardoza, PhD, RN, CDPChapter 3: Psychological DistressDe
a Kantor, PhD, APRN, BCSection III—Psychosocial Issues of Cancer SurvivorshipChapter 4: Family Relationships, Social Support, Fear of Recurrence, and FinancesMary Rzeszut, MSW, LCSWChapter 5: SpiritualityJudith A. Schreiber, PhD, RNSection IV—The Pediatric Cancer SurvivorChapter 6: Pediatric/Family Concerns Post TreatmentAnn Marie Paraszczuk, EdD, RNC, IBCLCMichelle Schaefer, RN, BSN, CPONSection V—Nursing TheoriesChapter 7: Theory of UncertaintyKristen Sethares, PhD, RN, CNEMaryellen Brisbois, PhD, RN, APHN-BCElizabeth Danells Chin, PhD, RN, ANPChapter 8: Theory of Unpleasant SymptomsAlaine Stadelman, MSN, RNChapter 9: TransitionsEun-Ok Im, PhD, MPH, RN, CNS, FAANYaelim Lee, MSN, RN, PhD (c)Chapter 10: AdaptationAkhtar E
ahimi Ghassemi, PhD, MHC, MSN, RNChapter 11: ResilienceDe
a Kantor, PhD, APRN, BCNona Holmes, DNP, APRN-BC, NP PsychiatrySection VI—Understanding the Nurse's Role in Cancer SurvivorshipChapter 12: Oncology Clinical Nurse SpecialistsHeidi Bentos-Pereira, MSN, MBA, RN, OCNChapter 13: Oncology Nurse NavigatorsJoyce Davis, BS, RNChapter 14: Oncology Case ManagersRebecca Perez, RN, BSN, CCMChapter 15: Mental Health NursesSusan Glodstein, PMHNP-BC, PMHCNS-BCSection VII—Collaboration With Other Health Team MembersChapter 16: Role of the Social WorkerMary Rzeszut, MSW, LCSWChapter 17: Role of the ClergyRabbi Stephanie Dickstein, LMSWRabbi/Chaplain A
aham RabinovichChapter 18: Pain and Palliative Care TeamPaula Lester, MD, FACPJessica Weinberger, MS, FNP, ACHPNSection VIII—Life After Cancer TreatmentChapter 19: When the Cloud ReturnsMaureen Cardoza, PhD, RN, CDPAppendix : Nursing DiagnosisZelda Suzan, MA, RN, CNEDe
a Kantor, PhD, APRN, BCGlossarySuggested ResourcesIndexAbout the Editors