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Cancer and the family

Author: Lea Baider; Cary L Cooper; A Kaplan De-Nour
Publisher: Chichester ; New York : Wiley, 2000.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Cancer and the family.
Chichester ; New York : Wiley, 2000
(DLC) 99056524
(OCoLC)42761923
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Lea Baider; Cary L Cooper; A Kaplan De-Nour
ISBN: 0470842393 9780470842393
OCLC Number: 49569274
Reproduction Notes: Electronic reproduction. [S.l.] : HathiTrust Digital Library, 2010. MiAaHDL
Description: 1 online resource (xxv, 546 p.) : ill.
Details: Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002.
Contents: Ch. 1. Family processes and chronic illness --
Ch. 2. Family reorganization in response to cancer: a developmental perspective --
Ch. 3. Cancer and couples-its impact on the healthy partner: methodological considerations --
Ch. 4. The role of family support in cancer control --
Ch. 5. A cross-cultural comparison of social support among Asian-American and Euro-American women following breast cancer --
Ch. 6. Culture, cancer, and the family --
Ch. 7. The role of Japanese families in cancer care --
Ch. 8. Beliefs about cancer causation and their influence on family function --
Ch. 9. Preventing affective disorders in partners of cancer patients-an intervention study --
Ch. 10. Psychosocial adaptation following treatment: a family systems perspective on childhood cancer survivorship --
Ch. 11. A model of family-centered intervention during palliative care and bereavement: focused family grief therapy (FFGT) --
Ch. 12. Blowing away the myths about the child's experience with the mother's breast cancer --
Ch. 13. Correlates of self-esteem among children facing the loss of a parent to cancer. Ch. 14. A different normal: reactions of children and adolescents to the diagnosis of cancer in a parent --
Ch. 15. Factors contributing to the psychological adjustment of parents of pediatric cancer parents --
Ch. 16. 'My family and I are in this together': children with cancer speck out --
Ch. 17. Maternal problem-solving training in childhood cancer --
Ch. 18. Sexual self-concept for the woman with cancer --
Ch. 19. Deciding to have children after cancer --
Ch. 20. Communication of individualized cancer risk information within the family context --
Ch. 21. Genetic counseling for cancer: a family issue --
Ch. 22. Familial cancer and genetics: psychosocial and ethical aspects --
Ch. 23. Women at increased risk for breast cancer: family issues, clinical treatment, and research findings --
Ch. 24. The family in terminal illness --
Ch. 25. Religion, cancer, and the family --
Ch. 26. Coping with cancer: religion as a resource for families --
Ch. 27. Patient-family communication with physicians --
Ch. 28. Cancer, medical ethics, and the family --
Ch. 29. The role of the family in the ethical dilemmas of oncology.
Responsibility: edited by Lea Baider, Cary L. Cooper, Atara Kaplan De-Nour.

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