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The association between clinician-based common terminology criteria for adverse events (CTCAE) and patient-reported outcomes (PRO): a systematic review
PurposeSymptomatic adverse events (AEs) are monitored by clinicians as part of all US-based clinical trials in cancer via the U.S. National Cancer Institute’s Common Terminology Criteria for AdverseExpand
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Patient-Reported Physical Function Measures in Cancer Clinical Trials
Patient-reported outcomes (PROs) are increasingly used to monitor treatment-related symptoms and physical function decrements in cancer clinical trials. As more patients enter survivorship, it isExpand
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Measuring social support in patients with advanced medical illnesses: An analysis of the Duke–UNC Functional Social Support Questionnaire
Abstract Objective: To date, no measure of social support has been developed specifically for either palliative care or oncology settings. The present study examined the psychometric properties ofExpand
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Individual meaning‐centered psychotherapy for the treatment of psychological and existential distress: A randomized controlled trial in patients with advanced cancer
Patients with advanced cancer have high rates of psychological distress, including depression, anxiety, and spiritual despair. This study examined the effectiveness of individual meaning‐centeredExpand
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Assessing depression in a geriatric cancer population
To examine the ability of three popular self‐report measures of depression to assess depression in a geriatric cancer setting.
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Adapting Meaning-Centered Psychotherapy for the palliative care setting: Results of a pilot study
Aims: To establish preliminary evidence for the feasibility, acceptability, and utility of an abbreviated version of Meaning-Centered Psychotherapy tailored to the needs of palliative care patientsExpand
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The level of association between functional performance status measures and patient-reported outcomes in cancer patients: a systematic review
PurposeThe process of assessing patient symptoms and functionality using patient-reported outcomes (PROs) and functional performance status (FPS) is an essential aspect of patient-centered oncologyExpand
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Psychiatric Comorbidity, Health-Related Quality of Life, and Mental Health Service Utilization Among Patients Awaiting Liver Transplant.
CONTEXT The prevalence of psychiatric disorders and mental health service utilization among patients with end-stage liver disease awaiting transplant remains understudied. OBJECTIVES This studyExpand
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Acceptance and Commitment Therapy to Increase Adherence to Penile Injection Therapy-Based Rehabilitation After Radical Prostatectomy: Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial.
INTRODUCTION Despite the importance of using penile injections as part of a penile rehabilitation program, men have difficulty complying with these programs. AIM To test a novel psychologicalExpand
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Towards a new conceptualization of depression in older adult cancer patients: a review of the literature
Objectives: Identifying depression in older adults with cancer presents a set of unique challenges, as it combines the confounding influences of cancer and its treatment with the developmentalExpand
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