Cancer, culture, and communication

edited by Rhonda J. Moore and David Spiegel

This volume creates a multi-disciplinary dialogue about clinician-patient communication. It offers a description of the relevance of culture as a contextual effect that impacts the clinician-patient relationship. Some topics addressed include: oncology care, quality of life issues, supportive survivorship, etc. It is for physicians, nurses, hospice and palliative care professionals and public health professionals.

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  • Chapter 1 - Introduction Part I: Cancer across Cultures Chapter 2 - Culture and Oncology: Impact of Context Effects Chapter 3- Quality of Life in Culturally Diverse Cancer Patients Chapter 4- Cancer and Aging: A Biological, Clinical, and Cultural Analysis Chapter 5 - Children with Cancer: Cultural Differences in Communication between the United States and the United Kingdom Chapter 6 - Cancer Risk Assessment: Clinically Relevant Information is Key Part II: Cancer Interventions across Cultures Chapter 7- Cancer Prevention: Lifestyle as the Definitive Means of Cancer Control Chapter 8 - Cross-Cultural Aspects of Cancer Care Part III: Symptoms and Their Management across Cultures Chapter 9 - The Cultural Experience of Cancer Pain Chapter 10 - Complementary and Alternative Medicine in Patients with Cancer Part IV: Dying and Death in Different Cultures Chapter 11- Bereavement across Cultures Chapter 12 - The Unmet Need: Addressing Spirituality and Meaning through Culturally Sensitive Communication and Intervention

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書名 Cancer, culture, and communication
著作者等 Spiegel, David
Moore Rhonda J. (McGill University Montreal Canada)
Moore Rhonda
出版元 Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers
刊行年月 c2004
ページ数 xxii, 317 p.
大きさ 23 cm
ISBN 0306478854
NCID BA70147812
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国
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