Yvonne Struss

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BACKGROUND Psychosocial distress is common in patients with hematological malignancies in the acute phase of the disease. The aim of the study was to evaluate the treatment need and the realization of psychotherapeutic interventions of a routine psychosomatic liaison service delivery in hematological oncology. PATIENTS AND METHODS 72 patients of the(More)
Empirical investigations examining the psychosocial distress and need for care of inpatients with hematological malignancies are rare. Little is known about the use of psychotherapeutic interventions in routine care. To evaluate the psychosocial distress of hemato-oncological inpatients, the need for psychotherapeutic interventions and their realization in(More)
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