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by Anne Grinyer


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This book should be compulsory reading for all healthcare professionals who work with young people with cancer .

This book should be compulsory reading for all healthcare professionals who work with young people with cancer and especially for all professionals who may, at some stage, meet a solitary young person with cancer. Though primarily based on a thematic analysis of interview data, the book also provides contextual and statistical information on the current incidence of cancer in young adults.

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Anne’s contribution to our understanding of the needs of young people with cancer has been unparalleled and without her extraordinary insights our .

Anne’s contribution to our understanding of the needs of young people with cancer has been unparalleled and without her extraordinary insights our services would be that much poorer. From the foreword by Simon Davies, CEO Teenage Cancer Trust. This topical and timely text provides valuable insights into the choices and experiences of palliative and end of life care for young people with cancer and other life limiting illnesses.

When policy and practice. mendations about young children and their families to policy-makers. procedures are developed, local stakeholders need to be included in the pro-. cess, a caveat that is in line with the recommendations delineated by Serpell. Perceived risk for developing breast cancer was significantly lower and more accurate in the intervention group at 1 and 6 months postintervention than at baseline, as was perceived risk of developing heart disease. Although the counseling intervention did affect both knowledge and risk perception, overall, both groups were reluctant to take any form of menopausal therapy.

Living with Cancer : The Ultimate Teen Guide. Young People Living With Cancer : The Implications for Policy and Practice. Cancer and the Adolescent. This book follows cancer's devastating path through a teen's life from diagnosis to treatment and survivorship, with special attention to how cancer can affect relations with friends and family, and its impact on school life Full description. by: Eden, Tim. Published: (2005). Cancer Care for Adolescents and Young Adults. Cancer in Children and Young People.

"This book is shouting out to every person who is involved with young people's cancer. I hope they listen." Macmillan Cancer Support

"This is an absolute 'must' read for all those who care for young people with cancer, including the patients themselves, parents, doctors, nurses, psychologists and all of the caring professions." Professor Tim Eden, Christie NHS Trust, Manchester, UK

"I particularly liked the layout of the book and the initial chapter is called 'setting the scene'. It does just that and informs the reader of services available and leads the reader into the remaining chapters about diagnosis through to sexuality and finally implication for policy and practice. I would recommend this book for everyone involved with cancer care. As a nurse I found it excellent. As a mum of two young people I found it very emotional." Jan Stevens, Nurse Coordinator, Hospice at Home

"This book should be compulsory reading for all healthcare professionals who work with young people with cancer and especially for all professionals who may, at some stage, meet a solitary young person with cancer." Sue Morgan, St James's University Hospital, Leeds, UK What issues are of most concern to young adults living with cancer? How can a supportive care setting be established? How can we offer the optimum age appropriate care? This book uses original data gathered from in-depth research to present an account of what it is like to be an adolescent or young adult living with cancer. These first hand accounts contribute to the insight necessary to the provision of age appropriate quality care. The implications of these research findings for policy and practice are also related to NICE Guidance (2005). Though primarily based on a thematic analysis of interview data, the book also provides contextual and statistical information on the current incidence of cancer in young adults.

Young People Living with Cancer is essential reading for health professionals engaged in the care of young adults with cancer, support workers in the health services, young adults with cancer, their families, academics and students. The text offers a contribution to policy and practice that may enhance compliance and consequently improve outcomes.

Young People Living with Cancer: Implications for Policy and Practice ebook
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Anne Grinyer
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Open University Press; 1 edition (February 1, 2007)
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