Satisfaction with follow-up consultations among younger adults treated for cancer: the role of quality of life and psychological variables.

@article{Michel2011SatisfactionWF,
  title={Satisfaction with follow-up consultations among younger adults treated for cancer: the role of quality of life and psychological variables.},
  author={Gisela Michel and Diana M. Greenfield and Kate Absolom and Christine Eiser},
  journal={Psycho-oncology},
  year={2011},
  volume={20 8},
  pages={813-22}
}
OBJECTIVE Given increased survival rates and treatment-related late effects, follow-up for cancer survivors is increasingly recommended. However, information about adverse events (e.g. possibility of late effects) may be distressing for the cancer survivor and lead to poor clinic attendance. Survivor satisfaction with appointments and the information provided are important. The Monitoring Process Model provides a theoretical framework to understand how survivors cope with threatening… CONTINUE READING
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