Monthly Archives: July 2017

Psychosocial interventions for fatigue during cancer treatment with palliative intent

BACKGROUND: Fatigue is a prevalent and burdensome symptom for patients with incurable cancer receiving cancer treatment with palliative intent and is associated with reduced quality of life. Psychosocial interventions seem promising for management of fatigue among cancer patients. Continue reading

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Work functioning trajectories in cancer patients: Results from the longitudinal Work Life after Cancer (WOLICA) study

More than 60% of cancer patients are able to work after cancer diagnosis. However, little is known about their functioning at work. Therefore, the aims of this study were to (1) identify work functioning trajectories in the year following return to work (RTW) in cancer patients and (2) examine baseline sociodemographic, health-related and work-related variables associated with work functioning trajectories. This longitudinal cohort study included 384 cancer patients who have returned to work… Continue reading

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