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Technology-based intervention programs are known to be effective in approaching socially excluded groups or racial/ethnic minorities, including this specific population. However, the retention of participants in technology-based intervention studies is far more complicated and...
Anticipatory grief (AG) and its relationship with communication avoidance in Chinese caregivers of patients with advanced cancer have not been previously examined. An association between AG and communication avoidance could provide important insights to Chinese caregivers worthwhile...
Parents experience unique grief, which may be experienced differently by mothers and fathers. A lack of knowledge about the particular bereavement experiences of the parents of young adults exists.
The aim of this study was to investigate experiences and support needs of...
Electronic systems for remotely monitoring symptoms during cancer treatment are increasingly being used. Most of them are intended for weekly or periodic symptom monitoring.
The aim of this study was to explore the feasibility and usability of a remote system for daily...
Family management (FM) challenges of maternal caregivers of young adult survivors of childhood brain tumors are well documented, but there are no evidence-based caregiver interventions to improve FM.
The aims of this study were to (1) generate the knowledge necessary for...
Compression therapy is a common method for treating breast cancer–related lymphedema. However, no specific evidence exists to guide practitioners on the morbidity of lymphedema, limb volume, and range of motion.
The aims of this study were to compare the effects of...
Patients with gynecologic cancer undergoing chemotherapy experience multiple co-occurring symptoms. Understanding how symptom clusters change over time is essential to the development of interventions that target multiple co-occurring symptoms.
The aim of this study was to...
While women diagnosed with breast cancer have increased survival when compared with other cancers, survivorship may include residual symptom burden from treatment and continuing endocrine therapies.
The objective of this study was to identify subgroups of breast cancer...
Women have difficulties in making decisions and experiences an unexpectedly long recovery period after immediate breast reconstruction. There are still many limitations in understanding the overall changes in life experienced by women with breast cancer before and after immediate...
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