Psycho-Oncology / Edition 2

Psycho-Oncology / Edition 2

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by Jimmie C. Holland

ISBN-10: 019536743X

ISBN-13: 9780195367430

Pub. Date: 03/22/2010

Publisher: Oxford University Press

Originally published by Oxford in 1998, Psycho-Oncology was the first comprehensive text in the field and remains the gold standard today. Edited by a team of leading experts in psycho-oncology, spearheaded by Dr. Jimmie C. Holland, the founder of the field, the text reflects the interdisciplinary nature and global reach of this growing field. Thoroughly updated


Originally published by Oxford in 1998, Psycho-Oncology was the first comprehensive text in the field and remains the gold standard today. Edited by a team of leading experts in psycho-oncology, spearheaded by Dr. Jimmie C. Holland, the founder of the field, the text reflects the interdisciplinary nature and global reach of this growing field. Thoroughly updated and developed in collaboration with the American Psychosocial Society and the International Psycho-oncology Society, the third edition is a current, comprehensive reference for psychiatrists, psychologists, oncologists, hospice workers, and social workers seeking to understand and manage the psychological issues involved in the care of persons with cancer and the psychological, social, and behavioral factors that contribute to cancer risk and survival. New to this edition are chapters on gender-based and geriatric issues and expanded coverage of underserved populations, community based programs, and caregiver training and education.

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Table of Contents

I. INTRODUCTION Chapter 1: History of Psycho-oncology

II. BEHAVIORAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS IN CANCER RISK Chapter 2: Tobacco Use Chapter 3: Diet Chapter 4: Exercise and Cancer Chapter 5: Sun Exposure Chapter 6: Socio-Economic Status and Psycho-Oncology Chapter 7: Psychosocial Factors Chapter 8: Social Ties and Cancer

III. SCREENING FOR CANCER IN NORMAL AND AT RISK POPULATIONS Chapter 9: Colorectal Cancer Screening Chapter 10: Psychosocial Issues in Cervical Cancer Screening Chapter 11: Breast Cancer Screening Chapter 12: Prostate Cancer Screening

IV. SCREENING AND TESTING FOR GENETIC SUSCEPTIBILITY TO CANCER Chapter 13: Genetic Susceptibility to Breast/Ovarian Cancer Chapter 14: Psychosocial Issues in Genetic Testing for Hereditary Colorectal Cancer

V. PSYCHOLOGICAL ISSUES RETATED TO SITE OF CANCER Chapter 15; Instruments in Psycho-oncology Chapter 16: Central Nervous System Tumors Chapter 17: Head and Neck Cancer Chapter 18: Gastrointestinal Cancer Chapter 19: Liver Cancer Chapter 20: Lung Cancer Chapter 21: Genitourinary Malignancies Chapter 22: Gynecologic Cancer Chapter 23: Skin Neoplasms and Malignant Melanoma Chapter 24: Breast Cancer Chapter 25: Sarcoma Chapter 26: Hematopoietic Dyscrasias and Stem Cell/Bone Marrow Transplantation Chapter 27: HIV Infection and AlDS-Associated Neoplasms Chapter 28: Tumor of Unknown Primary Site Chapter 29: Common Tumors in the Developing World

VI. MANAGEMENT OF SPECIFIC SYMPTOMS Chapter 30: Pain Chapter 31: Nausea and Vomiting Chapter 32: Fatigue Chapter 33: Sexuality after Cancer Chapter 34: Neuropsychological Impact of Cancer and Cancer Treatments Chapter 35: Sleep and Cancer Chapter 36: Weight and Appetite Loss in Cancer

VII. PALLIATIVE AND TERMINAL CARE Chapter 37: The Role of Palliative Care in Cancer Care Transitions Chapter 38: Hospice and Home Care Chapter 39: International Aspects of Palliative Care

VIII. PSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS Chapter 40: Psychiatric Emergencies Chapter 41: Adjustment Disorders Chapter 42: Depressive Disorders Chapter 43: Suicide Chapter 44: Anxiety Disorders Chapter 45: Delirium Chapter 46: Substance Abuse and Alcohol Chapter 47: Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Chapter 48: Somatoform Disorders and Factitious Illness/Malingering in the Oncology Setting Chapter 49: Cancer Care for Patients with Schizophrenia Chapter 50: Difficult Personality Traits and Disorders in Oncology Chapter 51: Psychotropic Medications in Cancer Care

IX. INTERVENTIONS Chapter 52: Screening Procedures for Psychosocial Distress Chapter 53: Principles of Psychotherapy Chapter 54: Cognitive Therapy Chapter 55: Group Psychotherapy for Persons with Cancer Chapter 56: Cognitive and Behavioral Interventions Chapter 57: Art Therapy/Music Therapy Chapter 58: Meditation Chapter 59: Spiritual Beliefs: Assessment, Screening, and Intervention Chapter 60: Integrative Oncology Chapter 61: Rehabilitation, Exercise and Physical Therapy Chapter 62: Rehabilitation Medicine in Oncology Chapter 63: Self-Management Support Chapter 64: Problem Solving Chapter 65: The Wellness Community's Integrative Model of Evidence-Based Psychosocial Programs, Services, and Interventions Chapter 66: Survival and Psychotherapeutic Interventions Chapter 67: Psychosocial Interventions for Couples and Families Coping with Cancer

X. SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS Chapter 68: The Older Patient Chapter 69: The Young Adult Patient Chapter 70: Health Disparities

XI. PSYCHOLOGICAL ISSUES FOR THE FAMILY Chapter 71: The Family of the Cancer Patient and Home Care Chapter 72: Spouse Caregivers of Cancer Patients Chapter 73: Gender and Caregiving Chapter 74: Cancer Patients with Minor Children Chapter 75: Psychosocial Research and Practice with Adult Children of Cancer Patients Chapter 76: Bereavement: A Special Issue in Oncology

XII. SURVIVORSHIP Chapter 77: Positive Consequences of the Experience of Cancer: Perceptions of Growth and Meaning Chapter 78: Changing Health Behaviors after Treatment Chapter 79: Integration of Recent IOM Work: Survivorship Care Plans Chapter 80: Adult Survivors of Childhood Cancers

XIII. BUILDING PSYCHOSOCIAL PROGRAMS Chapter 81: Building Psychosocial Programs: A Roadmap to Excellence Chapter 82: Oncology Staff Stress and Related Interventions Chapter 83: Training Psychiatrists and Psychologists in Psycho-oncology Chapter 84: Principles of Training Social Workers in Oncology Chapter 85: Education of Nurses in Psycho-oncology Chapter 86: Principles of Communication Skills Training in Cancer Care Chapter 87: Education of Chaplains Chapter 88: Professional Education in Psychosocial Oncology

XIIII. ETHICAL ISSUES Chapter 89: Care Ethics: An Approach to the Ethical Dilemmas of Psycho-oncology Practice Chapter 90: Negotiating the Interface of Psycho-oncology and Ethics Chapter 91: Research Ethics in Psycho-Oncology

XV. THE FUTURE OF PSYCHO-ONCOLOGY RESEARCH Chapter 92: Basic and translational psycho-oncology research Chapter 93: Clinically relevant psycho-oncology research Chapter 94: How to Design and Analyse Screening Studies XVI. INTERNATIONAL PSYCHO-ONCOLOGY Chapter 95: International Psycho-oncology: Present and Future

XVII. INTERNATIONAL PSYCHO-ONCOLOGY Chapter 96: International Psycho-oncology: Present and Future Chapter 97: Translation of Research to Policy: The New Standard of Quality Cancer Care in the US: The Institute of Medicine (IOM) Report, Cancer Care for the Whole Patient: Meeting Psychosocial Needs

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Psycho-Oncology 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is a must read for anybody in the field working with patients with cancer. Useful for research as well as clinical work, this comprehensive textbook will quickly become a staple on bookshelves of clinicians around the world. This is the definitive text written by the leaders and founders of Psycho-Oncology and will become an instant classic.