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Psycho-oncology 32건

  1. [해외논문]   Cover Image, Volume 27, Issue 7  

    Ye, Mengfei , Du, Kanghui , Zhou, Jingying , Zhou, Quanqian , Shou, Mengna , Hu, Baiqi , Jiang, Panruo , Dong, Nan , He, Luying , Liang, Shenglin , Yu, Chaoyang , Zhang, Jian , Ding, Zhinan , Liu, Zheng
    Psycho-oncology v.27 no.7 ,pp. i - i , 2018 , 1057-9249 ,

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    The cover image, by Mengfei Ye et al., is based on the REVIEW A meta‐analysis of the efficacy of cognitive behavior therapy on quality of life and psychological health of breast cancer survivors and patients , https://doi.org/10.1002/pon.4687 . Photo Credit: Mengfei Ye and Zheng Liu.

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    Psycho-oncology v.27 no.7 ,pp. 1673 - 1674 , 2018 , 1057-9249 ,

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    The cover image, by Mengfei Ye et al., is based on the REVIEW A meta‐analysis of the efficacy of cognitive behavior therapy on quality of life and psychological health of breast cancer survivors and patients , https://doi.org/10.1002/pon.4687 . Photo Credit: Mengfei Ye and Zheng Liu.

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  3. [해외논문]   Changing health behaviour with rehabilitation in thoracic cancer: A systematic review and synthesis  

    Bayly, Joanne (Cicely Saunders Institute of Palliative Care, Policy and Rehabilitation, King's College London, London, UK) , Wakefield, Dominique (Cicely Saunders Institute of Palliative Care, Policy and Rehabilitation, King's College London, London, UK) , Hepgul, Nilay (Cicely Saunders Institute of Palliative Care, Policy and Rehabilitation, King's College London, London, UK) , Wilcock, Andrew (University of Nottingham and Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust, Nottingham, UK) , Higginson, Irene J. (Cicely Saunders Institute of Palliative Care, Policy and Rehabilitation, King's College London, London, UK) , Maddocks, Matthew (Cicely Saunders Institute of Palliative Care, Policy and Rehabilitation, King's College London, London, UK)
    Psycho-oncology v.27 no.7 ,pp. 1675 - 1694 , 2018 , 1057-9249 ,

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    Abstract Objectives International guidelines recommend that rehabilitation be offered to people with thoracic cancer to improve symptoms, function, and quality of life. When rehabilitation interventions require a change in behaviour, the use of theory and behaviour change techniques (BCTs) enhance participation. Our objective was to systematically identify BCTs and examine their use in relation to the Capability, Opportunity, Motivation‐Behaviour model and known enablers and barriers to engagement in this population. Method Bibliographic databases and grey literature were searched for controlled trials of rehabilitation interventions for adults with lung cancer or mesothelioma, with no limits on language or date. Data on the application of behavioural change theory and BCTs were extracted, categorised using the BCT Taxonomy (v1) and described according to the “Capability, Opportunity, Motivation‐Behaviour” model. Results Twenty‐seven studies of exercise ( n = 15) and symptom self‐management ( n = 12) interventions were identified. Four studies reported use of behavioural change theory; one study used symptom theory. Across studies, a mean (range) of 7 (1‐18) BCTs were used, representing 26 of 93 possible BCTs included in the taxonomy. Most frequent enabling BCTs were “instructions on how to perform behaviours” (74%), “behavioural practice” (74%), and “action planning” (70%). BCTs to address barriers were less frequent and included “information about health consequences” (22%) and “verbal persuasion about capability” (7%) to change perceptions about benefits, burden, and harms. Conclusion The application of behavioural change tools appears sub‐optimal in this group of patients. Explicit use of BCTs targeting behavioural components upon which outcomes depend may improve the uptake and effectiveness of rehabilitation interventions.

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  4. [해외논문]   A meta‐analysis of the efficacy of cognitive behavior therapy on quality of life and psychological health of breast cancer survivors and patients  

    Ye, Mengfei (Department of Clinical Medicine, Medical College of Shaoxing University, Shaoxing, Zhejiang, China) , Du, Kanghui (Department of Clinical Medicine, Medical College of Shaoxing University, Shaoxing, Zhejiang, China) , Zhou, Jingying (Department of Clinical Medicine, Medical College of Shaoxing University, Shaoxing, Zhejiang, China) , Zhou, Quanqian (Department of Clinical Medicine, Medical College of Shaoxing University, Shaoxing, Zhejiang, China) , Shou, Mengna (Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics, Shaoxing Women and Children's Hospital, Shaoxing, Zhejiang, China) , Hu, Baiqi (Department of Clinical Medicine, Medical College of Shaoxing University, Shaoxing, Zhejiang, China) , Jiang, Panruo (Department of Clinical Medicine, Medical College of Shaoxing University, Shaoxing, Zhejiang, China) , Dong, Nan (Department of Clini) , He, Luying , Liang, Shenglin , Yu, Chaoyang , Zhang, Jian , Ding, Zhinan , Liu, Zheng
    Psycho-oncology v.27 no.7 ,pp. 1695 - 1703 , 2018 , 1057-9249 ,

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    Abstract Objective The aim of this study was to examine the effect of cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) on quality of life (QOL) and psychological health of breast cancer survivors and patients. Methods A total of 1289 references were examined from an overall literature search in PubMed, Embase, CINAHL, and the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews. Randomized controlled trials assessing the efficacy of CBT compared with a range of comparators in cancer survivors. We assessed the effect of CBT by using the standardized mean difference as effect size. Results Among 1289 abstracts and 292 full‐text articles reviewed, 10 studies were included. At the posttreatment period, the pooled effect size for CBT on QOL was 0.57 (95% CI, 0.44 to 0.69; P P P P P Conclusions Cognitive behavior therapy is an effective therapy for psychological symptoms of cancer survivors and patients, with meaningfully clinical effect sizes. These findings suggested that CBT should be used as the intervention for breast cancer survivors and patients when possible.

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  5. [해외논문]   An exploratory study of social problems experienced by ambulatory cancer patients in Japan: Frequency and association with perceived need for help  

    Hisamura, Kazuho (Department of Medical Oncology, Kanazawa Medical University, Ishikawa, Japan) , Matsushima, Eisuke (Section of Liaison Psychiatry and Palliative Medicine, Graduate School of Medical and Dental Science, Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Tokyo, Japan) , Tsukayama, Syouichi (Department of Surgery, Komatsu Municipal Hospital, Komatsu, Japan) , Murakami, Shinya (Department of Surgery, Komatsu Municipal Hospital, Komatsu, Japan) , Motoo, Yoshiharu (Department of Medical Oncology, Kanazawa Medical University, Ishikawa, Japan)
    Psycho-oncology v.27 no.7 ,pp. 1704 - 1710 , 2018 , 1057-9249 ,

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    Abstract Objective Little is known about the social problems experienced by cancer patients in non‐Western countries. The aims of this study were (1) to explore the characteristics and frequencies of social problems in cancer outpatients, as well as their associations with the need for help, and (2) to take the initial steps to develop an instrument for the assessment of cancer‐related social problems in Japan. Methods A cross‐sectional group of 109 patients completed the Social Problem Checklist and European Organization for Research and Treatment of Cancer Quality of Life Questionnaire C30. Participants rated the levels of the problem severity and the need for help on each item. Factor structure, internal consistency, and construct validity were also assessed. Results In total, 72.5% of the participants encountered ≥1 problem, and 33% experienced ≥1 serious problem. The amount of help needed tended to be lower than problem severity, especially for family and social life issues. The most common reason for not needing help, as reported by approximately 40% of patients who experienced problems, was the preference for self‐management. A 3‐factor model was extracted that included financial matters, medical information, and family and social life. Excellent internal consistencies for each factor and convergent correlations between the relevant subscales of European Organization for Research and Treatment of Cancer Quality of Life Questionnaire C30 and Social Problem Checklist were confirmed. Conclusions A substantial proportion of participants had cancer‐related social problems, but they had ambivalent help‐related needs. Interventions that enhance the patient's abilities for self‐care could be essential to help cancer outpatients manage social problems in Japan.

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  6. [해외논문]   Relationship between individual and family characteristics and psychosocial factors in persons with familial pancreatic cancer  

    Underhill, Meghan (The Phyllis F. Cantor Center for Research in Nursing and Patient Care Services, Dana‐Farber Cancer Institute, Boston, MA, USA) , Hong, Fangxin (Biostatistics & Computational Biology, Dana‐Farber Cancer Institute, Boston, MA, USA) , Lawrence, Janette (Center for Cancer Risk Assessment, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA, USA) , Blonquist, Traci (Biostatistics & Computational Biology, Dana‐Farber Cancer Institute, Boston, MA, USA) , Syngal, Sapna (GI Cancer Genetics and Prevention Program, Medical Oncology, Dana‐Farber Cancer Institute, Boston, MA, USA)
    Psycho-oncology v.27 no.7 ,pp. 1711 - 1718 , 2018 , 1057-9249 ,

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    Abstract Objective Describe relationships between self‐reported personal demographics or familial characteristics and psychosocial outcomes (Patient Reported Outcome Measurement Information System Global Health, Impact of Event Scale‐Revised [pancreatic cancer risk–related distress], cancer risk perception, and cancer worry) in participants with inherited or familial pancreatic cancer risk. Methods A multisite cross sectional survey of adults with elevated pancreatic cancer risk based on family history. All variables were summarized with descriptive statistics. To assess univariate associations, t test and chi‐square/Fisher's exact test were used, and backward model selection was used in multivariable analysis. Results Respondents (N = 132) reported moderate to high frequency of cancer worry and 59.3% perceived a 50% or more perceived lifetime risk for pancreatic cancer, which far exceeds objective risk estimates. Cancer worry was associated with female gender ( P = .03) and pancreatic cancer risk specific distress ( P = .05). Higher‐risk perception was associated with having a high school education or less ( P = .001), higher distress ( P = .02), and cancer worry ( P = .008) and family cancer death experience ( P = .02). Higher distress was associated with experience as a caregiver to a seriously ill family member in the past 5 years ( P = .006). Conclusions Individuals with inherited or familial pancreatic cancer risk experience cancer worry, distress, and have increased risk perception, particularly in the period following caring for a loved one with cancer. Routine evaluation of distress in this setting, as well as the development of supportive care resources, will help support patients living with risk for pancreatic cancer.

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  7. [해외논문]   Perspectives of patients with haematological cancer on how clinicians meet their information needs: “Managing” information versus “giving” it  

    Atherton, Kirsten (Division of Clinical Psychology, Department of Psychological Sciences, Liverpool, UK) , Young, Bridget (Division of Clinical Psychology, Department of Psychological Sciences, Liverpool, UK) , Kalakonda, Nagesh (Department of Molecular and Clinical Cancer Medicine, First floor, The Sherrington Building, New Medical School, Liverpool, UK) , Salmon, Peter (Division of Clinical Psychology, Department of Psychological Sciences, Liverpool, UK)
    Psycho-oncology v.27 no.7 ,pp. 1719 - 1726 , 2018 , 1057-9249 ,

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    Abstract Objectives Practitioners treating patients with haematological cancers have extensive clinical information available to give to patients, and patients need to be informed. However, many patients want to be protected from having information that is too detailed or threatening. To illuminate how practitioners can address this dilemma and help patients feel appropriately informed, we explored patients' experience of feeling informed or uninformed. Methods Semi‐structured interviews were conducted with 20 patients who had been diagnosed with haematological cancer and had recently received results from clinical investigations or from evaluations of treatment response. Inductive and interpretive analysis of the transcribed audio‐recorded interviews drew on constant comparison. Results Patients described the need for practitioners carefully to manage the information that they provided, and many felt alarmed by information that they did not experience as having been managed for them. A few patients who had difficulty trusting practitioners were not content with the information provided. Conclusions These findings can be understood using attachment theory, whereby practitioners' careful management of information demonstrates their care for patients, and patients' trust in the practitioner enables them to feel informed. It follows that, when patients do not feel informed, the solution will not necessarily be more information but might be to help patients feel more secure in a caring clinical relationship.

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  8. [해외논문]   Predictors of anxiety and depression 2 years following treatment in uveal melanoma survivors  

    Brown, Stephen L. (Institute of Psychology, Health and Society, University of Liverpool, Liverpool, UK) , Hope‐ (Institute of Psychology, Health and Society, University of Liverpool, Liverpool, UK) , Stone, Laura (Liverpool Ocular Oncology Centre, Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospital, NHS Trust, Liverpool, UK) , Heimann, Heinrich (Liverpool Ocular Oncology Centre, Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospital, NHS Trust, Liverpool, UK) , Damato, Bertil (Institute of Psychology, Health and Society, University of Liverpool, Liverpool, UK) , Salmon, Peter
    Psycho-oncology v.27 no.7 ,pp. 1727 - 1734 , 2018 , 1057-9249 ,

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    Abstract Objective We examined the role of posttreatment symptoms and functional problems and of worry about recurrent disease (WREC) in predicting probable anxiety and depression cases 24 months after diagnosis in survivors of posterior uveal melanoma. We examined whether WREC mediates links between symptoms, functional problems, and probable anxiety and depression cases. Methods Prospective cohort study of 261 treated uveal melanoma survivors 6, 12, and 24 months after diagnosis. Hierarchical logistic regression analyses predicting anxiety and depression 24 months after diagnosis identified by Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale cutoff scores. Symptoms, functional problems, and WREC 6‐month posttreatment were entered into the analyses as predictors, then the same variables at 12 months. We controlled anxiety or depression at 6 and 12 months and chromosome 3 status, which accurately predicts 10‐year survival. Mediation of links between 6‐month symptoms and functional problems and 24‐month anxiety and depression by 12‐month WREC was tested. Results Anxiety caseness at 24 months was predicted by 6‐month ocular irritation, headache, and functional problems and 12‐month WREC. Depression caseness at 24 months was predicted by 6‐month headache and functional problems. Worry about recurrent disease at 12 months mediated prediction of anxiety caseness by 6‐month symptoms and functional problems. Chromosome 3 status predicted neither anxiety nor depression. Conclusions Survivors reporting symptoms, functional problems, and WREC should be monitored for anxiety and depression. Appropriate reassurance that symptoms do not signify future disease might help prevent anxiety.

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  9. [해외논문]   Health care costs of depression in patients diagnosed with cancer  

    Mausbach, Brent T. (Department of Psychiatry, University of California San Diego, La Jolla, CA, USA) , Yeung, Philip (University of California San Diego Master of Advanced Studies (MAS) Program in Clinical Research, La Jolla, CA, USA) , Bos, Taylor (San Diego State University/University of California San Diego Joint Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology, La Jolla, CA, USA) , Irwin, Scott A. (Department of Psychiatry and Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute's Supportive Care Services, Cedars‐Sinai Health System, Los Angeles, CA, USA)
    Psycho-oncology v.27 no.7 ,pp. 1735 - 1741 , 2018 , 1057-9249 ,

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    Abstract Objective Depression is common among patients diagnosed with cancer. Patients with cancer and depression use more health care services compared with nondepressed cancer patients. The current study seeks to estimate the added cost of depression in cancer patients in the first year after cancer diagnosis. Methods Health care charges were obtained for 2051 depressed and 11 182 nondepressed patients with an International Classification of Diseases, Ninth Revision, diagnosis of cancer in the 2014 calendar year from the University of California San Diego Healthcare System. The annual health care charges for cancer patients with and without depression were analyzed using generalized linear models with a log‐link function and gamma distribution, covarying for age, sex, race/ethnicity, comorbid diseases, and presence of metastatic disease. Total cost data were broken down into several categories including ambulatory care, emergency department visits, and hospital visits. Results Depressed cancer patients had total annual health care charges that were 113% higher than nondepressed cancer patients (B = 0.76; P $235 337 compared with $ 110 650 for nondepressed patients. Depressed cancer patients incurred greater charges than nondepressed patients in ambulatory care (B = 0.70; P P P Conclusions Depressed cancer patients incur significantly higher health care charges across multiple cost categories including ambulatory care, emergency department visits, and hospital visits. Future research should investigate if interventions for detecting and treating depression are effective for reducing health care use and costs in cancer patients.

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  10. [해외논문]   Socioeconomic status and quality of life among Chinese American breast cancer survivors: The mediating roles of social support and social constraints  

    You, Jin (Wuhan University, Wuhan, China) , Wang, Carol (University of Houston, Houston, TX, USA) , Yeung, Nelson Chun Yiu (The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Sha Tin, Hong Kong) , Lu, Qian (University of Houston, Houston, TX, USA)
    Psycho-oncology v.27 no.7 ,pp. 1742 - 1749 , 2018 , 1057-9249 ,

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    Abstract Objective Literature has well noted ethnic/racial disparities in cancer survival and cancer care. However, socioeconomic disparities in psychosocial adjustment to breast cancer have garnered little attention. This study addresses the research gap by investigating the associations between socioeconomic indicators (ie, education, annual personal, and household income) and quality of life (QOL) and the mediating roles of social support and social constraints (objective and subjective conditions that constrain individuals from disclosing cancer concerns) in these associations among Chinese American breast cancer survivors (CABCS). Methods Ninety‐six CABCS completed questionnaires assessing these variables. Results After controlling for stage of cancer, annual personal and household income had indirect effects on QOL through social support, and education showed indirect effect on QOL through social support and social constraints. Subscale analyses indicated that controlling for years of immigration, annual personal and household income showed indirect effect on functional well‐being through social support. When controlling for stage of cancer and income, education showed indirect effects on physical well‐being through social support and social constraints and showed both direct and indirect effects on breast cancer concerns through social constraints. Conclusion This study suggested that socioeconomic indicators, education, and income could be associated with different aspects of QOL through unique interpersonal mechanisms among CABCS. Our findings implied that increasing social support and reducing social constraints when implementing psychosocial interventions for CABCS may help to address the SES‐related health disparities.

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