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Session D: Survivorship
Wednesday, 6 November 2013, 11:00 - 12:30
Penn Room II
Chair: Anja Mehnert
D-1 Exploring the utility of the metacognitive model in predicting emotional distress after diagnosis of cancer.
Sharon Cook*1,3, Peter Salmon1,3, Graham Dunn2, Chris Holcombe3, Philip Cornford3, Peter Fisher1
1University of Liverpool, UK, 2The University of Manchester, UK, 3Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust, UK
D-2 The Impact of An Automatically Generated Survivorship Care Plan (ROGY Care): Evaluation from a Healthcare Professionals' Perspective
Kim Nicolaije*1,2, Nicole Ezendam1,2, Caroline Vos3, Johanna Pijnenborg4, Lonneke van de Poll-Franse1,2, Roy Kruitwagen5
1Tilburg University, The Netherlands, 2Comprehensive Cancer Center South, The Netherlands, 3St. Elisabeth Hospital, The Netherlands, 4TweeSteden Hospital, The Netherlands, 5Maastricht University Medical Center, The Netherlands
D-3 Looking Beyond Disfigurement:The Experience of Patients With Head and Neck Cancer
Melissa Henry*1,2, Angela Ho1, Sylvie Lambert4, Franco Carnevale1,5, Brian Greenfield1,5, Christina MacDonald2, Alex Mlynarek1,2, Anthony Zeitouni1,3, Zeev Rosberger1,2, Michael Hier1,2, Martin Black1,2, Karen Kost1,3, Saul Frenkiel1,2
1McGill University, Canada, 2Jewish General Hospital, Canada, 3McGill University Health Centre, Canada, 4University of New South Wales, Australia, 5Montreal Children's Hospital, Canada
D-4 Attitudes toward Cancer and Influence of Cultural Values in African American Cancer Survivors
Amy Zhang*1, Faye Gary1, Hui Zhu2, Virginia Ju1
1Case Western Reserve University, USA, 2Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, USA
D-5 The Effects of Communication of Diagnosis on Coping Strategies and Emotion Regulation of Patients with Chronic Lymphoid Leukemia
Ibolya Nétling*1, Enikő Kiss2, Bernadette Péley3, Imre Repa4
1Kaposi Mór Teaching Hospital, Hungary, 2University of Pécs, Institute of Psychology, Hungary, 3University of Pécs, Institute of Psychology, Hungary, 4University of Kaposvár, Center of Health, Hungary