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書名 Communication with the cancer patient : information and truth / edited by Antonella Surbone and Matjăz Zwitter
出版項 New York : New York Academy of Sciences, 1997
國際標準書號 0801865433
book jacket
說明 1 online resource (xii, 540 pages) : illustrations
text txt rdacontent
computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
系列 Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 0077-8923 ; v. 809
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences ; v. 809
附註 Includes bibliographical references and index
Learning from the world: the editor's perspective -- Information, truth, and communication: for an interpretation of truth-telling practices throughout the world -- pt. 1. General discussions -- Cancer patients and medical practice: some historical and cultural considerations -- A discourse ethics approach to quality of life measurement -- Truth, disease, and prognosis: an historical-anthropological analysis -- Truth in the relationship between cancer patient and physician -- Truth, science, and the oncologist -- Truth-telling, risk and hope -- On the spirituality of
The doctor-patient relationship -- Communication with the patient in clinical research -- pt. 2. Africa -- Is it wise to tell the whole truth, and nothing but the truth to a cancer patient? -- Communication with the cancer patient in Nigeria: information and truth -- Transcultural and language problems in communicationg with cancer patients in Southern Africa -- Communication with the cancer patient in Zimbabwe -- pt. 3. The Americas -- Talking to a child with cancer: a valuable experience -- Argentina: telling the truth to cancer patients in a multicultural society
Communication with the cancer patient: information and truth in Brazil -- Ethical dimensions and communications issues in nursing patients with advanced metastatic cancer -- Effective communication with cancer patients: the use of analogies -- a suggested approach -- Communication of the cancer diagnosis to Mexican patients: attitudes of patients and physicians -- The child with cancer: influence of culture on truth-telling and patient care -- Health care in the United States: a perspective from the front line -- The psychological repercussions of New York State's do-
Not-resuscitate law: an American experience with mandated "truth- telling" -- Walking a difficult path is easier with a friend: thoughts from a practicing oncologist -- pt. 4. Asia and the Middle East -- Communication with the cancer patient in China -- From paper to practice: quality of life in a developing country. The challenges that face us -- Commuication with the cancer patient in Iran: information and truth -- The impact of perceived behavior on patient-physician satisfaction -- Telling the truth to cancer patients and patients with HIV-1 infection in Japan
Truth-telling practice in cancer care in Japan -- Communication with cancer patients: experiences in Pakistan -- Communicating with cancer patients in Saudi Arabia -- pt. 5. Australia and Oceania -- Communication with cancer patients in culturally diverse societies -- Talking with patients suffering from malignant melanoma -- pt. 6. Europe -- Psychological training for health-care professionals in oncology: a way to improve communication skills -- Improving communication with cancer patients: a challenge for physicians -- The relationship with the cancer patient
Straight talking about cancer: duty or danger? -- Cancer and truth-telling in Greece: historical, statistical, and clinical data
Print version record
鏈接 Print version: Communication with the cancer patient. New York : New York Academy of Sciences, 1997 089766986X 0897669851 (DLC) 96029490 (OCoLC)36045704
主題 Cancer -- Patients -- Congresses
Physician and patient -- Congresses
Cancer -- Psychological aspects -- Congresses
Neoplasms -- psychology
Physician-Patient Relations
Truth Disclosure
Cross-Cultural Comparison
Alt Author Surbone, Antonella
Zwitter, Matjăz
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