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Psychology - Health Psychology & Behavioral Medicine | Cancer Caregiving in the United States - Research, Practice, Policy (Reviews)

Cancer Caregiving in the United States

Research, Practice, Policy

Talley, Ronda C., McCorkle, Ruth, Baile, Walter F. (Eds.)

2012, XIX, 327 p. 9 illus.

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From the reviews:

“This comprehensive guide to cancer caregiving in the United States covers legal, financial, and ethical issues as well as the impact cancer has on patients and their caregiving team. The purpose is to highlight the role that caregivers play in a cancer patient’s diagnosis, treatment, and recovery. … The book highlights one theory about managing cancer crisis by developing a therapeutic alliance with the entire healthcare team and family. … The book also has many suggestions for future needs and directions for new research.” (Andrea F. Cox, Doody’s Review Service, July, 2012)

 

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