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Session S: Psychosocial Interventions
Friday, 8 November 2013, 10:30 - 12:00
Goudriaan Room I & II
Chair: Luigi Grassi
S-1 Improving subjective perception of personal cancer risk: systematic review and meta-analysis of educational interventions for people with cancer or at high risk of cancer
Mbathio Dieng*1, Caroline G. Watts1, Nadine A. Kasparian2, Rachael L. Morton1, Graham J. Mann1, Anne E. Cust1
1The University of Sydney, Australia, 2The University of NSW, Australia
S-2 An Online Psychological Intervention for Partners of Cancer Patients: Interest, Influencing Factors and Preferences
Nadine Köhle*1, Constance Drossaert2, Cornelia van Uden-Kraan3, Irma Verdonck -de Leeuw4, Ernst Bohlmeijer5
1University of Twente, The Netherlands, 2University of Twente, The Netherlands, 3VU University, The Netherlands, 4VU University, The Netherlands, 5University of Twente, The Netherlands
W-5 Reducing the psychological distress of family caregivers of home based palliative care patients: Short term effects from a randomised controlled trial
Peter Hudson*1,2, Tom Trauer3, Brian Kelly4, Moira O'Connor5, Tina Thomas1, Michael Summers6, Rachel Zordan1, Vicki White7
1Centre for Palliative Care (c/o St Vincent's Hospital and The University of Melbourne), Australia, 2Queen's University, UK, 3St Vincent's Hospital, Australia, 4University of Newcastle, Australia, 5Curtin University, Australia, 6La Trobe University, Australia, 7Cancer Council Victoria, Australia
S-4 Adherence to Medication–A nation-wide study from the Children’s Cancer Hospital, Egypt
Hanan El Malla*1, Nathalie Helm Ylitalo1, Ulrica Wilderäng1, Yasser El Sayed Elborai3,4, Gunnar Steineck1,2, Ulrika Kreicbergs2
1Sahlgrenska University Hospital, Sweden, 2Karolinska institutet, Sweden, 3Children's Cancer Hospital, Egypt, 4National Cancer Institute, Egypt
S-5 Navigating the Cancer Experience: A Study of LIVESTRONG Cancer Navigation Services
Ruth Rechis, Emily Hendrick, Melissa Stewart*