5 edition of Primary care oncology found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||[edited by] Kathryn L. Boyer ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Boyer, Kathryn L.|
|LC Classifications||RC261 .P725 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 469 p. :|
|Number of Pages||469|
|LC Control Number||98005822|
Primary Care of the Patient with Cancer GEORGE F. SMITH, M.D., University of Minnesota, St. Paul, Minnesota TIMOTHY R. TOONEN, M.D., Minnesota Oncology Hematology, St. Also, every 10 additional PCPs per , population was associated with reduced cardiovascular, cancer, and respiratory mortality by % to %,” said Nekhlyudov. Jolly couldn’t agree more regarding the importance of a primary care physician in a cancer patient’s journey. Patients identify primary care nurses as important sources of information during cancer care. 2,5 Future research must address coordination and integration of care if we are to meet the patients’ needs and achieve patient-centered cancer care. Much work remains to be done.
Oncology in Primary Care is for primary care clinicians who need practical and concise information on caring for their patients with cancer. Written in an easy-to-browse format, chapters cover risk factors, prevention, screening, prognosis, and surveillance strategies—valuable information that helps primary care clinicians advise their patients regarding therapeutic and end-of-life decisions Cited by: 3.
The first oncology reference written specifically by, and for physician assistants and nurse practitioners. Using an algorithm-based approach and an organization by body region, this new resource provides concise, yet authoritative guidance on cancer screening and prevention, early detection, referral, post-treatment care, and other topics of essential importance to the entire health care Cited by: 5.
Oncology in Primary Care is for primary care clinicians who need practical and concise information on caring for their patients with cancer. Written in an easy-to-browse format, chapters cover risk factors, prevention, screening, prognosis, and surveillance strategies - valuable information that helps primary care clinicians advise their patients regarding therapeutic and end-of-life decisions.
Oncology in Primary Care, Author Dr. Michal Rose MD Isbn File size 9MB Year Pages Language English File format PDF Category Medicine Book Description: Oncology in Primary Care is for primary care clinicians who need practical and concise information on caring for their patients with cancer.
Written in an easy-to-browse format. From the primary care Primary care oncology book, traditional approaches to providing cancer care may make it difficult to provide comprehensive care, which is a fundamental principle of primary care and which cancer survivors need.
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Risendal BC, Sedjo RL, Giuliano AR, et al. Surveillance and beliefs about follow-up care among long-term breast cancer survivors: a comparison of primary care and oncology providers.
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Each chapter reviews the basics of common ear, nose, and throat problems—including a new chapter on sleep. This new 3rd edition of the Oxford Textbook of Oncology is a major piece of scholarly work that details the evolution, evidence base and current best practice in multidisciplinary practice in oncology.
Oncology is the largest hospital multi-specialty and the contributors to this 3rd edition are all internationally recognised key opinion leaders in their field. e-books in Oncology category Prostate Cancer by Cem Onal (ed.) - InTech, The Guidelines have been prepared to help the primary care provider to participate in the pre- and post-test education and counseling required for every patient contemplating genetic testing for breast and ovarian cancer.
Clinicians and students at all levels and in all primary care disciplines will benefit from the clear, practical, evidence-based writing and recommendations that address the full spectrum of clinical problems encountered in the adult primary care practice.
Whether it\us the answer to a screening, prevention, evaluation, or management question or a comprehensive approach to a complex. Chapter Primary care oncology book examines primary care of the cancer survivor. Chapter 14 looks at how to reduce cancer-related health disparities.
Chapter 15 details cancer care and informatics. Chapter 16 details contemporary issues in oncology nursing.
This PDF also contains the index. Primary care oncology. Philadelphia: Saunders, © (OCoLC) Online version: Primary care oncology. Philadelphia: Saunders, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Kathryn L Boyer.
The Cancer Reform Strategy has highlighted the devastating impact cancer can have on the quality of patients' lives and has emphasised the need for patients, families, and carers to have access to information and support throughout the care pathway.
1 While active management of cancer is primarily centred in secondary care, primary care has a Cited by: The nature of cancer control is changing, with an increasing emphasis, fuelled by public and political demand, on prevention, early diagnosis, and patient experience during and after treatment.
At the same time, primary care is increasingly promoted, by governments and health funders worldwide, as the preferred setting for most health care for reasons of increasing need, to stabilise health Cited by: For primary care clinicians who need practical and concise information on caring for their patients with cancer.
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Oncology in Primary Care is for primary care clinicians who need practical and concise information on caring for their patients with cancer. Written in an easy-to-browse format, chapters cover risk factors, prevention, screening, prognosis, and surveillance strategies—valuable information that helps primary care clinicians advise their patients regarding therapeutic and end-of-life decisions.
Description. For primary care clinicians who need practical and concise information on caring for their patients with cancer. Written in an easy-to-browse format, chapters cover risk factors, prevention, screening, prognosis, and surveillance strategies- valuable information that helps primary care clinicians advise their patients regarding therapeutic and end-of-life decisions and become true.
Cancer Council has compiled a list of cancer resources to support GPs and other health professionals. The directory provides a single point of access to a range of state, territory and national cancer resources.
We welcome ideas on new resources to add to the suite. Please email your suggestions to [email protected] Cancer survivors who receive care from both a PCP and an oncologist are more likely to receive recommended screening and preventive care.
5 Provision of chronic disease education among cancer patients has been associated with lower costs of care and decreased health care use. 6 Primary care physicians are also more likely to be well versed in Author: Lisa S Rotenstein, Lisa S Rotenstein, Yichen Zhang, Joseph O Jacobson.
Oncology in Primary Care is designed to help providers counsel and manage their patients with cancer. It emphasizes prognosis, long-term effects of therapy, survivorship, and surveillance to help the provider advise patients regarding therapeutic decisions and end-of-life decisions.
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Campbell NC, MacLeod U and Weller D. Primary care oncology: essential if high quality cancer care is to be achieved for all. Family Practice ; – The importance of primary care in oncology is widely recognized—in the Calman-Hine report it was called “the focus of care”.
1 There is, however, less clarity about what primary care oncology is and how it can add value to Cited by: Primary Care Educational Series Our Primary Care Educational Series Events provide free CME accredited presentations for physicians and health care professionals.
They cover various topics including the latest on cancer screening, prevention and survivorship, innovative treatments, comorbidities and other oncology related issues.
Primary Children's Hospital. Oncology covers numerous different disciplines of interest to practising oncologists as well as those in other branches of medicine.
For example, The Molecular Biology of Cancer will interest many “generalists,” whereas Physics and Radiation Planning is probably of relevance only to those training in, or practising, radiation oncology. Many books contain sections that would be useful to. The book is an outstanding contribution directed to primary care physicians working in the field of skin cancer.
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There are some primary care specialties as well. For instance, OB-GYNs, geriatricians, and pediatricians are all primary care doctors; they just happen to specialize in caring for a particular group of people.
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Our Primary Care Physician. Sarah Tucker Price is a board-certified Family Medicine physician, with a special interest and training in the care of cancer patients. As the new primary care physician at MUSC Hollings Cancer Center, Dr.
Price will help provide a continuity of care for our oncology patients while also conducting clinical research on opportunities to improve cancer survivorship. Oncology social workers help cancer patients and survivors cope with the emotional and practical challenges of cancer.
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Advanced Health Assessment and Clinical Diagnosis in Primary Care 6th Edition goes beyond basic history and physical examination skills to help you learn the diagnostic reasoning process. You will develop this key skill by following assessment guidelines that focus on a specific complaint rather than.
primary care, oncology, public health and psychology who assessed evidence to construct a narrative for a revamped service. “The purpose of the commission came from a growing body of evidence that a number of elements of cancer care could be provided as well as, if not better, in community settings compared to hospital settings,” he says.
Part II: Cancer Terms to Know: Newly Diagnosed. This is the second in a four-part series of articles designed to help people with cancer understand commonly used oncology terms.
The following article defines cancer terms that you may hear your doctor use if you are newlydiagnosed with cancer.medical undergraduate curricula and of primary concern to nurses and allied health-workers. Presently most undergraduate students learn about cancer from a broad range of general and specialist books and journals.
Medical students read about cancer in textbooks of surgery, pathology and cancer medicine as well as in general and.The book is a testament to the editorial panel s creed–that innovative, comprehensive, multidisciplinary treatment of cancer patients must be grounded in a fundamental understanding of cancer biology.
Cancer Medicine 8 does a superb job of bringing scientific principles into clinical practice.