Table of contents for Meeting psychosocial needs of women with breast cancer / National Cancer Policy Board ; Maria Hewitt and Jimmie Holland, editors.


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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY								 1
1. INTRODUCTION								1-1
2. EPIDEMIOLOGY OF BREAST CANCER					2-1
INCIDENCE AND MORTALITY
PREVALENCE
STAGE AT DIAGNOSIS
RISK FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH BREAST CANCER
SUMMARY
3. PSYCHOSOCIAL NEEDS OF WOMEN WITH BREAST CANCER	3-1
PSYCHOSOCIAL NEEDS OF WOMEN BY PHASE OF CARE
PREVALENCE OF PSYCHOSOCIAL DISTRESS
RISK FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH PSYCHOSOCIAL DISTRESS
SUMMARY
4. PSYCHOSOCIAL SERVICES AND PROVIDERS				4-1
PSYCHOSOCIAL SERVICES
PROVIDERS OF PSYCHOSOCIAL CARE 
SUMMARY AND RECOMMENDATIONS
5. THE EFFECTIVENESS OF PSYCHOSOCIAL INTERVENTIONS FOR 5-1
 	WOMEN WITH BREAST CANCER	
HISTORY OF PSYCHOSOCIAL INTERVENTION RESEARCH
METHODOLOGIC ISSUES
REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE
SUMMARY
6. DELIVERING PSYCHOSOCIAL SERVICES				6-1
THE EVOLUTION OF BREAST CANCER CARE AND ITS
 IMPLICATIONS FOR THE PROVISION OF PSYCHOSOCIAL
 SERVICES
THE STRUCTURE AND DELIVERY OF PSYCHOSOCIAL
 SERVICES TO WOMEN WITH BREAST CANCER
PSYCHOSOCIAL SERVICE USE
SUMMARY
 
7. BARRIERS TO APPROPRIATE USE OF PSYCHOSOCIAL SERVICES 7-1
 ACCESS TO CARE
 SUMMARY AND RECOMMENDATIONS
 
8. RESEARCH									8-1
 STATUS OF BREAST CANCER-RELATED RESEARCH
 RESEARCH PRIORITIES
 FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
 
APPENDIXES
A. WORKSHOP AGENDA AND PARTICIPANT LIST
B. TABLES AND BOXES SUMMARIZING EVIDENCE FROM CLINICAL TRIALS




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Breast Cancer Psychological aspects, Breast Cancer Social aspects, Breast Cancer Patients Services for, Breast Neoplasms psychology, Breast Neoplasms rehabilitation, Counseling methods, Psychotherapy methods, Social Support, Survivors psychology