This comprehensive text provides clinicians with practical and evidence-based guidelines to achieve effective, patient-centered communication in the areas of cancer and palliative care. Written by an outstanding panel of international experts, it integrates empirical findings with clinical wisdom, draws on historical approaches and presents a state-of-the-art curriculum for applied communication skills training for the specialist oncologist, surgeon, nurse and other multi-disciplinary team members involved in cancer care today.
Section A: Introduction to communication studies in cancer and palliative medicine1: Mack Lipkin: The history of communications skills knowledge and training2: Stewart M Dunn: The art of teaching communication skills3: Richard Brown and Carma Bylund: Theoretical models of communication skill training4: Cathy Charles and Amiram Gafni: Shared treatment decision-making and the use of decision aids5: Laura A Siminoff: The ethics of communication in cancer and palliative care6: Marianne Schmid Mast, Christina Klöckner and Judith A. Hall: Gender, power and nonverbal communication7: Joshua Hauser & Gregory Makoul: Medical student training in communication skills8: Donald J. Cegala & Dana Eisenberg: Overview of interventions to enhance cancer patients' participation in medical consultationsSection B: A core curriculum for communication skills training for oncology and palliative care9: Walter F. Baile and Patricia A. Parker: Breaking bad news10: Phyllis N Butow, Martin NH Tattersall & Martin Stockler: Discussing prognosis and communicating risk11: David W Kissane: Communication training to achieve shared treatment decisions12: Jennifer Philip and David W Kissane: Responding to difficult emotions13: Linda Sheahan and Simon Wein: Denial and communication14: Terrance L. Albrecht, Susan S. Eggly, John C. Ruckdeschel: Communicating with relatives/companions about cancer care15: Nessa Coyle & David W Kissane: Conducting a family meeting16: Linda E. Carlson & Barry D. Bultz: Communication about coping as a survivor17: Lidia Schapira: Dealing with cancer recurrence18: Josephine M. Clayton & David W. Kissane: Communication about transitioning patients to palliative care19: Tomer Levin & Joseph S. Weiner: End-of-life communication trainingSection C: A specialty curriculum for oncology20: Richard Brown & Terrance Albrecht: Enrolment in clinical trials21: Jane Turner: Working as a multidisciplinary team22: Elizabeth Lobb & Clara Gaff: Communicating genetic risk23: Andrea Pusic, Rachel Bell & Diana Harcourt: Rehabilitative and salvage surgery24: Penelope Schofield, Justine Diggens, Sue Hegarty, Catherine Charleson, Rita Marigliani, Caroline Nehill & Michael Jefford: Discussing unproven therapies25: Carma L. Bylund & Jennifer A. Gueguen: The effect of internet use on the doctor-cancer patient relationship26: Kelly Haskard & M. Robin DiMatteo: Promoting treatment adherence27: Melanie Lovell & Frances Boyle: Communication strategies and skills for optimum pain control28: Thomas Gallagher and Afaf Girgis: Discussing adverse outcomes with patients29: Martin Tattersall: Clinical perspectives on shared decision-making30: Thomas F. Hack & Lesley F. Degner: Audio-recording important consultations for patients and their familities - putting evidence into practice31: Steven Klimidis & Harry Minas: Working with interpreters and achieving culturally competent communication32: Bejoy C. Thomas, Joshua J. Lounsberry & Linda E. Carlson: Challenges in communicating with ethnically diverse populations33: James Hallenbeck & Vyjeyanthi S. Periyakoil: Intercultural communication in palliative care34: Zeev Rosberger, Jeanne Carter, Marie Achille, Barry Bultz & Peter Chan: Communicating about infertility risks35: John W. Robinson & Joshua J. Lounsberry: Communicating about sexuality in cancer careSection D: Communication issues across the disciplines36: Sandra Winterburn & Susie Wilkinson: The challenges and rewards of communication skills training for oncology and palliative care nurses in the United Kingdom37: Anthony De La Cruz, Richard Brown & Steve Passik: Ambulatory nurses responding to depression38: Carrie Lethborg & Grace Christ: Social work support in crisis39: Kim Feigin & Laura Liberman: Communication in radiology40: Alexandra Heerdt, Bernard Park & Patrick Boland: Communication in surgical oncology41: Lai Cheng Yew & Jane Maher: Communication in non-surgical oncology42: Ilora Finlay: Palliative medicine: communication to promote life near the end-of-life43: Peter Speck & Christopher Herbert: Communication issues in pastoral care and chaplaincy44: Venetia Bourrier & Brent Schacter: Communication in oncology pharmacy: the challenge of the treatment adherence45: Barry D. Bultz, Paul B. Jacobsen & Matthew Loscalzo: Psychosocial program development46: Ron Adelman & Michelle Green: Communication challenges with the elderly47: Andrew Roth & Christian Nelson: Issues for cognitively impaired elderly patients48: Cynthia W. Moore, Michele Pengelly & Paula Rauch: Communicating with children when a parent is dying49: Marilyn Hundleby, Kate Collie & Linda E. Carlson: Creative arts in oncologySection E: Education and training50: Suzanne Kurtz & Lara Cooke: Learner-centered communication51: Carma L. Bylund, Richard Brown, Barbara Lubrano di Ciccone & Lyuba Konopasek: Facilitating skills practice in communication role play sessions: essential elements and training facilitators52: Paul Heinrich: The role of the actor in medical education53: Carma Bylund, thomas D'Agostino & Betty Chewning: Training patients to reach their communication goals: a concordance perspectiveSection F: International initiatives in communication training54: Robert Arnold, Anthony Back, Kelly Fryer-Edwards & Walter Baile: The OncoTalk model55: F. Stiefel, J. Bernhard, G. Bianchi, L. Dietrich, Ch. Hürny, A. Kiss & B Wössmer: The Swiss model56: Caroline Nehill & Alison Evans: The Australian model57: Simon Noble, Nicola Pease & Ilora Finlay: The United Kingdom general practitioner and pallaitve care model58: Isabelle MErckaert, Yves Libert & Darius Razavi: Communication skills training and research: the Brussels experienceSection G: Research in cancer communication59: Lyuba Konopasek, Marcy Rosenbaum, John Encandela & Kathy Cole-Kelly: Evaluating communication skills training courses60: Felicia Roberts: Qualitative approaches to clinician-patient communication61: Phyllis Butow & Sarah Ford: Doctor-patient communication interaction analysis systems62: Debra Roter: The Roter Interaction Analysis System (RIAS): applicability within the context of cancer and palliative care
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Titolo: Handbook of Communication in Oncology and Palliative Care
Autori: Kissane - Bultz - Butow - Finlay
Editore: Oxford University Press
Finitura: Copertina flessibile
Misure: 17x24 cm