The Handbook of Communication and Cancer Care

Dan O'Hair (Redaktør) ; Gary L. Kreps (Redaktør) ; Lisa Sparks (Redaktør)

The Handbook of Communication and Cancer Care is a major new compendium of state-of-the-art readings concerning the powerful influences of human and mediated communication to enable health care consumers and providers to get the most out of cancer care. Les mer
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The Handbook of Communication and Cancer Care is a major new compendium of state-of-the-art readings concerning the powerful influences of human and mediated communication to enable health care consumers and providers to get the most out of cancer care. An extraordinary number of communication issues must be considered in the conduct of cancer care, including gathering and interpreting relevant health information, eliciting coordination among interdependent patients, providers, and family members, and/or caregivers, and providing social support and promoting psychosocial adjustment. The contributors to this volume provide compelling analyses of the way communication enhances cancer care. It is important to gain a deeper understanding of the complexities involved in effective and appropriate communication with cancer patients across the continuum of cancer care from diagnosis to survivorship. The ""Handbook"" provides important insights into the ways health care consumers and providers can acquire and use communication to effectively confront cancer.

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Conceptualizing Cancer Care and Communication

1(12)




Dan O'Hair





Gary L. Kreps





Lisa Sparks





I. PROVIDERS, PATIENTS, COMMUNICATION, AND OUTCOMES





Importance of Physicians' Communication Behavior Across the Cancer Care Continuum

13(24)




Lila J. Finney Rutten





Neeraj K. Arora





Health Care Partnership Model of Doctor-Patient Communication in Cancer Prevention and Care Among the Aged

37(18)




Eva Kahana





Boaz Kahana





Health Communication Technology and Quality Cancer Care

55(14)




Linda M. Harris





Gary L. Kreps





Connie Dresser





Communication, Adherence, and Outcomes of Cancer Prevention and Treatment: Recommendations for Future Research

69(12)




M. Robin DiMatteo





II. CONTEXTUAL ISSUES





Communication in Context: New Directions in Cancer Communication Research

81(12)




J. M. Bensing





A. M. van Dulmen





K. Tates





Environmental Influences on Cancer Care and Communication

93(18)




Gerald Ledlow





Scott Moore





Dan O'Hair





Public Advocacy for Cancer Care: History Background, and Rationale for Advocacy

111(16)




Paula Kim





III. SELF, IDENTITY, AND SUPPORT





Patient Communication Processes: An Agency-Identity Model for Cancer Care

127(18)




Melinda Morris Villagran





Laura Jones Fox





Dan O'Hair





Cancer, Communication, and the Social Construction of Self: Modeling the Construction of Self in Survivorship

145(20)




Jean Richey





Jin Brown





Becoming an Effective Advocate/Caregiver: Experiential Knowledge from Women's ``Third Shift'' with Cancer Patients and Other Care Receivers

165(26)




Terri Babers





Pamela McWherter





Jin Brown





Communication and Support Groups for People Living With Cancer

191(20)




Kevin B. Wright





Lawrence R. Frey





Spiritual Care

211(16)




Kenneth M. Brown





Alexis D. Bakos





IV. SPECIAL PATIENT POPULATIONS





Cancer Care and the Aging Patient: Complexities of Age-Related Communication Barriers

227(18)




Lisa Sparks





Consumer-Provider Communication Research with Special Populations

245(12)




Amelie G. Ramirez





Communication and Childhood Cancer

257(20)




Mary E. Husain





Scott D. Moore





V. TREATMENT ISSUES





Narrative Research in Palliative Care: Exploring the Benefits

277(16)




Elaine M. Wittenberg-Lyles





Sandra L. Ragan





Communication and Cancer Hospice Care: Toward Negotiating Attitudinal and Research Obstacles

293(20)




J. L. Query, Jr.





Kevin B. Wright





Eileen S. Gilchrist





Care Not Cure: Dialogues at the Transition

313(12)




Geoffrey H. Gordon





VI. PATIENT SKILLS, CONTROL, AND DECISION MAKING





Cancer Patients as Active Participants in Their Care

325(18)




Edward Krupat





Julie T. Irish





Concordance and Communication in Cancer Management

343(22)




Betty Chewning





Carol J. Hermansen Kobulnicky





Cancer Information on the Internet

365(10)




Bernard J. Kerr, Jr.





Patient Participation, Health Information, and Communication Skills Training: Implications for Cancer Patients

375(12)




Donald J. Cegala





Identifying Research Traditions Appropriate for Cancer Care and Communication

387(14)




Dan O'Hair

About the Contributors401(12)
Author Index413(28)
Subject Index441