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eBook Cancer, Communication and Aging (Health Communication) ePub

by Lisa Sparks,H. Dan O'Hair,Gary L. Kreps

  • ISBN: 1572737549
  • Category: Medicine
  • Subcategory: Medicine
  • Author: Lisa Sparks,H. Dan O'Hair,Gary L. Kreps
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Hampton Pr; 1 edition (July 1, 2008)
  • Pages: 340
  • ePub book: 1916 kb
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Cancer, communication, and aging. Handbook of communication and cancer care

Cancer, communication, and aging. Handbook of communication and cancer care. Effective communication in multicultural health care settings.

Cancer, Communication and Aging book. The contributors to this volume make convincing cases that communication is an intrinsic element of cancer care and holds unique communicative challenges for older adults.

Harwood, L. Sparks, Social Identity and Health: An Intergroup Communication Approach to Cancer. Villagran, E. Wittenberg, K. Brown, M. Ferguson, . Kreps, The Impact of Communication on Cancer Risk, Incidence, Morbidity, Mortality, and Quality of Life. Hall, T. Doty, Cancer Survivorship and Agency Model: Implication for Patient Choice, Decision Making, and Influence. Query, J. K. Wright, Assessing Communication Competence in an Online Study: Toward Informing Subsequent Interventions Among Older Adults With Cancer, Their Lay Caregivers, and Peers.

this book, by communication scientists cover the interface between .

this book, by communication scientists cover the interface between medicl and communication sciences Читать весь отзыв. Lisa Sparks is Foster and Mary McGaw Endowed Professor in Behavioral Sciences at Chapman University, USA, and Full Faculty Member of the NCI-designated Chao Family Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of California, Irvine. H. Dan O’Hair is a Presidential Professor in the Department of Communication at the University of Oklahoma, USA. Библиографические данные. Health Communication in the 21st Century.

Handbook of communication and cancer care Investigating cancer and ageing from a cultural perspective

Handbook of communication and cancer care. Investigating cancer and ageing from a cultural perspective. In L. Sparks, H. D. O Hair, & G. L. Kreps, (Ed., Cancer communication and aging (pp ). Sparks, . O Hair, H. & Kreps, G. (2008)., Cancer communication and aging (pp. 1-14). & Harwood, J. Cancer, aging, and social identity: Development of an integrated model of social identity theory and health communication.

Ending the End-of-Life Communication Impasse: A Dialogic Intervention In Cancer Communication and Aging Lisa Sparks, Dan O’Hair and Gary Kreps, eds Hampton Press (in process) John W. Lannamann, PhD; Linda . . Lannamann, PhD; Linda M. Harris, PhD; Alexis D. Bakos, PhD, MPH, RN; Kylene J. Baker ABSTRACT Providers and their dying patients are stuck in a dysfunctional interpersonal logic that has emerged within th. We propose a dialogic intervention: An ongoing conversation in which patients and their families bring life to their personal meanings for post diagnosis caregiving decisions and caregiving tasks.

Health communication and aging cancer communication. KB Wright, L Sparks, HD O'hair. John Wiley & Sons, 2012. Articles Cited by Co-authors. Meeting the health literacy needs of immigrant populations. Patient education and counseling 71 (3), 328-332, 2008. Health literacy and cancer communication with older adults. L Sparks, JF Nussbaum. Patient education and counseling 71 (3), 345-350, 2008.

Applied Communication Methodology Lawrence Frey, Dan O'Hair, and Gary L. Kreps. Health, Aging, and Family Paradigms: A Theoretical PerspectiveMary Anne Fitzpatrick. Communication and Gynecologic Health Care Sandra L. Ragan and Lynda Dixon Glenn. Communication Within the Nursing HomeJon R. Nussbaum.

The contributors to this volume make convincing cases that communication is an intrinsic element of cancer care and holds unique communicative challenges for older adults. The chapters in the first section focus on some aspect of how older adults deal with issues of prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and how their unique identities play a role. The chapters in the second part shift attention to some of the more salient survivorship issues inherent in cancer communication research. The chapters in the third section raise a number of issues that seek to identify issues of cultural values, spirituality, and end-of-life to help patients cope with their internal strife.