Interest in and barriers to participation in multiple family groups among head and neck cancer survivors and their primary family caregivers.

@article{Ostroff2004InterestIA,
  title={Interest in and barriers to participation in multiple family groups among head and neck cancer survivors and their primary family caregivers.},
  author={Jamie S Ostroff and Stephanie H K Ross and Peter Steinglass and Victor Ronis-Tobin and Bhuvanesh Singh},
  journal={Family process},
  year={2004},
  volume={43 2},
  pages={195-208}
}
This study examined interest in and barriers to participation in a multiple family group intervention (MFG) for adult cancer survivors and their family caregivers. The intervention was developed to assist families in coping with the persistent challenges of cancer diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation. Eighty eligible families having a member diagnosed and treated for cancers of the head and neck region completed a baseline quality of life survey consisting of standardized psychosocial… CONTINUE READING