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Poster Session 1
Wednesday, 6 November 2013, 13:30 - 14:00
Shipping Hall
P1-1 Psychological states and coping strategies after bereavement among spouses of cancer patients: a quantitative study in Japan
Mariko Asai*1,2, Nobuya Akizuki3, Maiko Fujimori1, Yutaka Matsui2, Hiroya Kinoshita4, Yosuke Uchitomi1
1Psycho-Oncology Division, Research Center for Innovative Oncology, National Cancer Center Hospital East, Japan, 2Graduate School of Comprehensive Human Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Japan, 3Psycho-Oncology Division, Chiba Cancer Center, Japan, 4National Cancer Center Hospital East, Japan
P1-2 Patterns of coping strategies after bereavement among spouses of cancer patients
Mariko Asai*1, Yutaka Matsui2, Yosuke Uchitomi3
1Graduate School of Clinical Psychology, Teikyo Heisei University, Japan, 2Graduate School of Comprehensive Human Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Japan, 3Graduate School of Medicine, Dentistry and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Okayama University, Japan
P1-3 OmSorg - Dealing with Bereavement  Lessons learnt from the implementation of Action Plans in all Danish Schools and Kindergartens
Per Bøge*1, Jes Dige2, Annemarie Dencker1
1Danish Cancer Society, Denmark, 2Danish Cancer Society, Denmark
P1-4 OMSORG - Dealing With BereavementIntegrating Training Groups for Bereaved Children in Public School Settings in Denmark
Annemarie Dencker*1, Per Bøge1, Jes Dige2
1Danish Cancer Society, Denmark, 2Danish Cancer Society, Denmark
P1-5 OMSORG - Dealing With BereavementWorking with Training Groups for Bereaved Children
Jes Dige*1, Per Bøge2, Annemarie Dencker2
1Danish Cancer Society, Denmark, 2Danish Cancer Society, Denmark
P1-6 "What bothers me: the memory”:  An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis
Léonor Fasse*1,2, Cécile Flahault1,2, Anne Brédart1,2, Sylvie Dolbeault1, Serge Sultan3
1Institut Curie, France, 2Université Paris Descartes, France, 3université de Montréal, Canada
P1-7 Prolonged Grief Disorder (PGD) in the cancer context: results of a longitudinal study pre- and post-death among spouses of cancer patients.
Léonor Fasse*1,2, Cécile Flahault1,2, Anne Brédart1,2, Sylvie Dolbeault2, Serge Sultan3
1Institut Curie, France, 2Université Paris Descartes, France, 3Université de Montréal, Canada
P1-8 Psychiatric disorders and background characteristics of the bereaved seeking medical counseling at a cancer center
Mayumi Ishida*1, Hideki Onishi1, Satoshi Kawada1, Hiroaki Toyama1, Yosuke Uchitomi2
1Department of Psycho-Oncology, Saitama International Medical Center, Saitama Medical University, Japan, 2Department of Neuropsychiatry, Okayama University Graduate School of Medicine, Dentistry and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Japan
P1-9 Early Parental Death and Risk of Hospitalization for Affective Disorder in Adulthood
Charlotte Weiling Appel*1, Christoffer Johansen1, Isabelle Deltour1, Susanne Oksbjerg Dalton1, Annemarie Dencker1, Jes Dige1, Per Bøge1, Bo Andreassen Rix1, Pernille Enevold Bistrup1, Atle Dyregrov2, Preben Engelbrecht3, Henrik Hjalgrim4
1Danish Cancer Society, Denmark, 2Center for Crisis Psychology, Norway, 3Children, Adolescents and Grief, Denmark, 4Children's Welfare, Denmark
P1-11 Prognostic Awareness and Communication of Prognostic Information in Malignant Glioma: A Systematic Review
Allison Applebaum, Eli Diamond, Geoffrey Corner, Antonio DeRosa, William Breitbart*
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, USA
P1-12 Communication Skills Of Nurses Caring For Oncology Patients: A Multicentric Study
Nazmiye KOCAMAN YILDIRIM, Güşlen TERAKYE, Azize ATLI ÖZBAŞ*
Oncology Nursing Association of Turkey, Turkey
P1-13 Evaluating the design and effectiveness of Question Prompt Lists in oncology: a systematic literature review.
Kim Brandes*1, Annemiek Linn2, Julia van Weert2, Phyllis Butow3
1School of Psychology, University of Sydney, Australia, 2Amsterdam School of Communication Research, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 3Centre for Medical Psychology and Evidence-based Decision-making, University of Sydney, Australia
P1-14 The therapeutic stage setting. Towards a greater acceptance of care and for better wellbeing of cancer patients.
Yannick BRESSAN*, Marie-Frédérique BACQUÉ
(INSERM, EA 3071, UDS), France
P1-15 Cancer Disclosure- Account from A Pediatric Oncology Ward in Egypt 
Hanan EL Malla*1, Ulrika Kreicbergs2, Nathalie Helm Ylitalo1, Ulrica Wilderäng1, Yasser El Sayed Elborai3,4, Gunnar Steineck1,2
1Sahlgrenska University Hospital, Sweden, 2Karolinska Institutet, Sweden, 3National cancer Institute, Egypt, 4Children's Cancer Hospital, Egypt
P1-17 Association between doctor-patient relationship and maladaptive coping to cancer in European countries
Elena Meggiolaro1, Maria Cristina Colistro2, Elena Samorì2, Maria Giulia Nanni3, Agustina Sirgo Ramirez4, Elisabeth Andritsch5, Marta Bellè6, Eva Juan Linares7, Maria Alejandra Berardi1, Laura Cavana2, Maura Muccini2, Federica Ruffilli1, Elisa Ruggeri2, Ilaria Strada2, Ilenia Pagliara2, Antonella Carbonara3, Luigi Grassi*3
1Istituto Scientifico Romagnolo per lo studio e la Cura dei Tumori (IRST) S.r.l. IRCCS, Italy, 2Istituto Oncologico Romagnolo IOR, Italy, 3Division of Psychiatry, University of Ferrara, Italy, 4Psycho-oncology Unit Oncology Department University Hospital Sant Joan de Reus, Spain, 5University Clinic of Internal Medicine, Division of Oncology, Medical University of Graz, Austria, 6Department of Oncology, Cà Foncello Hospital of Treviso, Italy, 7Psycho-Oncology Unit, Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau, Spain
P1-18 Communication Of Health Practitioners With Parents Of Children With Malignant Diseases
Marina Grubic*1, Ana Bogdanic1, Zoran Cipek2
1University Hospital Centre Zagreb, Croatia, 2Association for helping children and families facing malignant disease “Firefly”, Croatia
P1-19 Enhancing patient participation in oncology consultations: a best evidence synthesis of patient-targeted interventions
Inge Henselmans*, Hanneke JCM De Haes, Ellen MA Smets
Department of Medical Psychology, Academic Medical Center, The Netherlands
P1-20 Using Data to Guide Effective Cancer Advocacy Group Leadership Training and Support Programs:  The Case of the Global Advocacy Leadership Academy (GALA)
Gary Kreps*, Paula Kim
George Mason University, USA
P1-21 Communication of genetic test results for a breast and ovarian cancer susceptibility: Report of a 2-year follow-up study and comparison of three scoring systems
Julie Lapointe*1,2, Michel Dorval1,2, Catherine Noguès3,4, GENEPSO Cohort3,5, Claire Julian-Reynier5,6
1Faculté de pharmacie, Université Laval, Canada, 2Centre de recherche du CHU de Québec, Canada, 3Centre René Huguenin, France, 4Institut Curie, France, 5Inserm U912, France, 6Institut Paoli-Calmettes, UMR 912, France
P1-22 Characteristics of cancer outpatients and their hesitation types while communicating with their doctors during medical consultations
Yuko Ogawa*1, Yuko Takei2, Harumi Koga1, Mai Shimada1, Ayami Nagao1, Miho Sasaki1,3, Yoshihiko Kunisato4, Keishi Tanigawa5, Shin-ichi Suzuki6
1Graduate School of Human Sciences, Waseda University, Japan, 2Faculty of Medicine, University of Miyazaki Hospital, Japan, 3Health Care Center, Kibi International University, Japan, 4Department of Psychology, School of Human Sciences, Senshu University, Japan, 5Biothera Clinic, Japan, 6Faculty of Human Sciences, Waseda University, Japan
P1-23 WORK-RELATED STRESS AND HELPING PROFESSIONS: THE EXPERIENCE OF THE ONCOHEMATOLOGY DEPARTMENT OF COSENZA HOSPITAL
Angela Piattelli*1,3, Enzo Cordaro2, Filippo Canino1, Deianira Di Nicola2, Armodio Lombardo3, Luigi Marafioti1, Lucio Marrocco1, Candida Mastroianni1, Salvatore Palazzo1, Fortunato Morabito1
1Dipartimento di Oncoematologia Azienda Ospedaliera, Italy, 2APOLIS (Associazione di Psicologia del Lavoro e delle Organizzazioni In Sicurezza), Italy, 3Ordine Psicologi Calabria, Italy
P1-24 Brain tumors in children: A support tool for parent-child communication about the disease
Geraldina Poggi*1, Maura Massimino2, Carlo Alfredo Clerici2, Marta Tettamanti1, Veronica Biassoni2, Annarita Adduci1
1IRCCS E. MEDEA, Italy, 2Fondazione IRCCS Istituto Nazionale dei Tumori, Italy
P1-25 Patient-centered communication (PCC), illness perceptions and self-management behaviors in lung cancer patients: Ongoing research project
Julie G. Trudel*1, Doris Howell2
1University Health Network, Behavioural Sciences and Health Research Division, Toronto General Hospital and Lawrence S. Bloomberg, Faculty of Nursing, University of Toronto, Canada, 2University Health Network, Behavioural Sciences and Health Research Division, Princess Margaret Hospital and Lawrence S. Bloomberg, Faculty of Nursing, University of Toronto, Canada
P1-26 How are Verbal and Paraverbal Contents Associated with the Use of Communication Skills in a Highly Emotional Simulated Interview ? A Pilot Study
L. Van Achte*1,10, C. Reynaert2, A. Liénard3, Y. Libert4, I. Merckaert5, A. Moucheux6, M. Caillier7, F. Delevallez8, J.-F. Durieux9, D. Razavi10
1Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium, 2Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium, 3Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium, 4Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium, 5Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium, 6Centre de Psycho-oncologie, Belgium, 7Centre de Psycho-oncologie, Belgium, 8Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium, 9Centre de Psycho-oncologie, Belgium, 10Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
P1-27 Perceived Information Provision and Satisfaction among Patients with Ovarian Tumors: the Role of Health Literacy
M.N. Verkissen*1,2, N.P.M. Ezendam1,2, M.P. Fransen3, M.J. Aarts2, O. Husson1,2
1CoRPS – Center of Research on Psychology in Somatic Diseases, Department of Medical and Clinical Psychology, The Netherlands, 2Eindhoven Cancer Registry, Comprehensive Cancer Center South (CCCS), The Netherlands, 3Department of Public Health, Academic Medical Center, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
P1-28 The analysis of the relationship between marital adjustment and coping strategies in married women with breast cancer
Elcin Akdeniz
Maltepe University, Turkey
P1-29 The influence of paediatric cancer on parents’ marital satisfaction: Differential predictors for mothers and fathers’ marital satisfaction when caring for a child with cancer
Willow Burns*1,2, Serge Sultan1,2, Katherine Peloquin1, Sophie Marcoux2, Philippe Robaey2
1Universite de Montreal, Canada, 2CHU Sainte-Justine, Canada
P1-30 Paediatric cancer through the lens of attachment theory: A systematic-critical review of the literature on marital adjustment in the parental couple
Willow Burns*1,2, Serge Sultan1,2, Katherine Peloquin1
1Universite de Montreal, Canada, 2CHU Sainte-Justine, Canada
P1-31 Carers in Medical Consultations; How can they support patients and be supported?
Phyllis Butow*1, Rebekah Laidsaar-Powell1, Ilona Juraskova1, Cathy Charles2, Wendy Lam3, Amiram Gafni2
1Centre for Medical Psychology and Evidence-based Decision-making, School of Psychology, University of Sydney, Australia, 2Department of Clinical Epidemiology & Biostatistics, Centre for Health Economics & Policy Analysis McMaster University, Canada, 3School of Public Health, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
P1-32 Posttraumatic Stress Symptoms in Parental Dyads of Children Diagnosed with Cancer: A Longitudinal Analysis
Nicola Silberleitner1, Louise von Essen2, Martin Cernvall*2
1University of Konstanz, Germany, 2Uppsala University, Sweden
P1-33 In sickness and in health: Diurnal salivary cortisol patterns in people with cancer and their spouses
Timothy H. Y. Chan1, Lai Ping Yuen2, Tammy Lee3, Jessie S. M. Chan1, Jonathan S. T. Sham1, Cecilia L. W. Chan1, Adrian Wan*1
1Centre on Behavioral Health, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 2International Association and Health and Yangsheng, Hong Kong, 3The Hong Kong Anti-Cancer Society, Hong Kong
P1-34 Couples' Experiences of Undergoing Treatment for Prostate Cancer Adjustment-Related Difficulties: A Qualitative Study
Anna Collins*1, Anthony Love2, Annette Street4, Sidney Bloch3, Gillian Duchesne1, Jeremy Couper1,3
1Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, Australia, 2Victoria University, Australia, 3St Vincent's Hospital & University of Melbourne, Australia, 4LaTrobe University, Australia
P1-35 Impact Of Partners Variables On Depression And Quality Of Life In Couples Facing Cancer
Natalie Drabe*1, Richard Klaghofer1, Diana Zwahlen2, Stefan Büchi3, Josef Jenewein1
1Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, Switzerland, 2Department of Psychosomatics, Switzerland, 3Clinic for Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics “Hohenegg“, Switzerland
P1-36 Psychological distress in caregivers of cancer patients
Savita Goswami*, Jayita Deodhar, Lekhika Sonkusare, Rohini Hawaldar
Tata Memorial Hospital, India
P1-37 When a Parent has Cancer: Developing an Educational Programme to Enhance Supportive Care for Patients and Young Families
Lucy Grant*, Sara Lister, Theresa Wiseman
Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust, UK
P1-38 Creative therapy for children of cancer patients
Emilie Hennus*1, Loekie Van der Burg1, Adriaan Visser1,2
1Resarch assistent, clinical psychologist Psycho- Oncology Centre De Vruchtenburg, The Netherlands, 2Creative therapist, Psycho-oncolgy Centre De Vruchtenburg, The Netherlands, 3Researcher at Psycho-oncology Centre De Vruchtenburg; senior researcher at the Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences, Knowledge Centre Innovations in Care., The Netherlands
P1-40 Valleys: A Webseries about Survivorship and Caregiving for Young Adults with Metastatic Cancer
Michael Lang
University of Calgary, Canada
P1-41 Trajectories of marital satisfaction for couples confronted to husband’s prostate cancer
Olivier Lareyre*1,2, Stéphanie de Chalvron1, Anaïs Lafaye1, Florence Cousson-Gélie1,2
1Laboratory Epsylon, France, 2Epidaure, France
P1-42 Start the Talk: Supporting Children and Adolescents When a Family Member Has Cancer - A Guide for Educators and Health Care Professionals
Jill Taylor-Brown1, Deborah McLeod*2, Linda Corsini3, Mary Jane Esplen4, Joan Hamilton9, Laura Labelle5, Andrea Laizner6, Gina MacKenzie7, Shane Sinclair5, Andrea Warnick8
1CancerCare Manitoba, Canada, 2Dalhousie University, Canada, 3The Ottawa Hospital Breast Health Centre, Canada, 4University Health Network, Canada, 5Tom Baker Cancer Centre, Canada, 6McGill University Health Centre, Canada, 7BC Cancer Agency, Canada, 8Mount Sinai Hospital, Canada, 9CDHA QEII Cancer Care Program, Canada
P1-43 Comparing Depression and Anxiety in Spousal Relatives with Cancer Patients: Meta-analysis of Long Term Cancer Survivors
Alex J Mitchell*1, John S Gill2
1University of Leicester, UK, 2University of Leicester Medical School, UK
P1-44 Family participation in the adjustment of children and adolescents who survive cancer  
Geohanna Noel*1,2, Marilda Arellano1, Dayana Astorga1, Joseph Fernandez1, Daiviris Vielma1
1Universidad de Los Andes, Venezuela, 2Centro de Investigaciones Psicológicas, Venezuela
P1-46 Characteristics associated with posttraumatic stress symptoms and quality of life in children with parental cancer in Japan
Miwa Ozawa*1, Sachiko Kiyoto2, Hiroyuki Ohtani3, Tomohiro Tamaki4, Shinichi Tsujimoto1
1St. Luke's International hospital, Japan, 2National Hospital Organization Shikoku Cancer Center, Japan, 3National Hospital Organization Kusyu Cancer Center, Japan, 4Hokkaido University Hospital, Japan
P1-47 Is Primary Caregiving Stress Related to Secondary Caregiving Stress? A Cross-sectional Study of Chinese Family Cancer Caregivers
Adrian H.Y. Wan*1, Timothy H.Y. Chan1, Lai Ping Yuen2, Tammy Lee3, Jessie S.M. Chan1, Jonathan S.T Sham1, Cecilia L.W. Chan4
1Centre on Behavioral Health, the University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 2International Association and Health and Yangsheng, Hong Kong, 3The Hong Kong Anti-Cancer Society, Hong Kong, 4Department of Social Work & Social Administration, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
P1-49 The socio economic costs of back pain on working children of working patients with cancer of the cervix
John Weru
Aga Khan University Hospital, Kenya
P1-50 Quality of life in the informal carers of cancer patients with cachexia
Sally Wheelwright*1, Anne-Sophie Darlington1, Deborah Fitzsimmons2, Jane Hopkinson3, Colin Johnson1
1University of Southampton, UK, 2Swansea University, UK, 3Cardiff University, UK
P1-51 The Peculiarities of Perception of Cancer of the Oncologikal Patients, People Related to Them and within The Society
Yeva Asribabayan
Yerevan State University, Armenia
P1-52 A Plea for Total Care: An Examination of the Doctor-Patient Relationship in the  Context of Breast Cancer Care in Egypt
Mai Kabbani
Dar El Fouad Hospital, Egypt
P1-54 Does Caregiver Stress Mean Differently for Male and Female Cancer Caregivers? A Cross-sectional Study of Chinese Family Primary Cancer Caregivers
Adrian H.Y. Wan*1, Timothy H.Y. Chan1, Lai Ping Yuen2, Tammy Lee3, Jessie S.M. Chan1, Jonathan S.T. Sham1, Cecilia L.W. Chan4
1Centre on Behavioral Health, the University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 2International Association and Health and Yangsheng, Hong Kong, 3The Hong Kong Anti-Cancer Society, Hong Kong, 4Department of Social Work & Social Adminsitration, Univesity of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
P1-55 Carry That Weight: A Comparison of the Impacts of Cancer Caregiving on Male and Female Chinese Family Caregivers
Adrian H.Y. Wan*1, Timothy H.Y. Chan1, Lai Ping Yuen2, Tammy Lee3, Jessie S.M. Chan1, Jonathan S.T. Sham1, Cecilia L.W. Chan4
1Centre on Behavioral Health, the University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 2International Association and Health and Yangsheng, Hong Kong, 3The Hong Kong Anti-Cancer Society, Hong Kong, 4Department of Social Work & Social Adminsitration, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
P1-57 ‘Fitter na kanker': The effectiveness and working mechanisms of two different e-health interventions for people suffering from chronic fatigue after cancer.
FZ Everts*1,3, ML Van de Lee1, MDJ Wolvers2,3, MMR Vollenbroek-Hutten2,3
1Helen Dowling Institute, The Netherlands, 2Roessingh Research and Development, The Netherlands, 3Telemedicine group, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Twente, The Netherlands
P1-58 An Innovative, Interactive Intervention for the Internet: HelpingCancer patients find Solutions and Cope with Negative Feelings
Patricia Fobair
Stanford University Hospital, Cancer Center, Supportive Care Program, USA
P1-59 Motivating (Former) Cancer Patients To Increase Their Physical Activity: The Computer Tailored OncoActive+ Project
RHJ Golsteijn*1, C Bolman1, DA Peels1, H de Vries2, L Lechner1
1Open University of the Netherlands, The Netherlands, 2Maastricht University, The Netherlands
P1-60 Communicating cancer treatment information through the Web - How can we use the patient's perspective in developing useful information?
Wendy Hopmans*, Olga Damman, Danielle Timmermans, Cornelis Haasbeek, Ben Slotman, Suresh Senan
VU University medical center, The Netherlands
P1-61 An Online Community for Oncology Professionals In Flanders
Eva Jacobs*1, Sabien Bauwens2, Wim Distelmans2, Sofie Eelen1, Angelique Verzelen1
1Cédric Hèle instituut vzw, Belgium, 2Universitair ziekenhuis, Belgium
P1-62 Development and feasibility of a web-based question prompt sheet aimed to increase the discussion of health related quality of life topics in the initial follow-up consultation after esophageal cancer surgery
Marc Jacobs*, Inge Henselmans, Derk Arts, Mark van Berge Henegouwen, Mirjam Sprangers, Hanneke de Haes, Ellen Smets
Academid Medical Center / University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
P1-63 The Effect of Age on Perceptions of E-health in Men with Prostate Cancer (PCa)
Camella J. Rising*1, Nadine Bol2, Samira Hosseini1, Selamawit Tesfaya1, Gary L. Kreps1
1Department of Communication, George Mason University, USA, 2Amsterdam School of Communication Research/ASCOR, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
P1-65 The use of social media to recruit participants in cancer care research: challenges and opportunities
Carolina Casañas i Comabella, Marta Wanat*
Oxford Brookes University, UK
P1-66 Kanker Nazorg Wijzer: Supporting Cancer Survivors With Psychosocial And Lifestyle Problems Using An Online Tailored Intervention
Roy Willems*1, Catherine Bolman1, Ilse Mesters2, Iris Kanera1, Audrey Beaulen1, Lilian Lechner1
1Open University of the Netherlands, The Netherlands, 2Maastricht University, The Netherlands
P1-67 Unmarried women with breast cancer: their psychological distress and quality of life after treatment
Rainbow T. H. Ho*1,2, Irene K. M. Cheung1, M. Y. Luk3, Paul S. F. Yip2, Phyllis H. Y. Lo1, Caitlin K. P. Chan1, Cecilia L. W. Chan2
1Centre On Behavioral Health, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 2Dept of Social Work and Social Administration, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 3Dept of Clinical Oncology, Queen Mary Hospital, Hong Kong
P1-68 A unique challenge: sexuality in young women after breast cancer treatment from a developmental perspective
Monika Jankowska
The Greater Poland Cancer Centre, Poland
P1-69 Sexuality and cancer in the elderly : what about  Moroccan patient ?
Sihame Lkhoyaali*, Meryem Ait el haj, Reda Khmamouche, Saoussane Kharmoum, Youssef Bensouda, Hassan Errihani
National Institute of oncology Moulay Abdellah, Morocco
P1-70 Dealing with cancer – does gender matter? Gender differences as an important psychosocial aspect in cancer patients
Anahita Paula Rassoulian*, Birgit Flechl, Olivera Cenic, Andras Acel, Cathrin Skrabs, Heinz Gisslinger, Christine Marosi, Gerald Prager, Markus Raderer, Christoph Zielinski, Ulrich Jäger, Alexander Gaiger
Department of Medicine I, Division of Hematology and Hemostaseology and Division of Oncology, Medical University of Vienna, Austria
P1-71 Breast Cancer: Identity, Intimacy, Sexuality After Total Mastectomy
Carole Suzor
Butterfly-Projects, Canada
P1-74 Supporting counselees in disclosing hereditary cancer information to at-risk relatives: A pilot study
Eveline de Geus*1, Cora Aalfs1, Fred Menko2, Rolf Sijmons3, Hanneke de Haes1, Ellen Smets1
1Academic Medical Centre/University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2VU University Medical Centre, The Netherlands, 3University Medical Centre Groningen, The Netherlands
P1-75 Awareness and acceptability of preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) as a reproductive option among BRCA carrier couples
Joyce Gietel-Habets*1,2, Inge Derks-Smeets1,2, Aad Tibben3, Vivianne Tjan-Heijnen2,4, Joep Geraedts1,2, Ron van Golde5, Encarna Gomez-Garcia1, Marleen Kets6, Christine de Die-Smulders1,2, Liesbeth van Osch1,7
1Department of Clinical Genetics, Maastricht University Medical Centre+, The Netherlands, 2GROW - School for Oncology and Developmental Biology, Maastricht University Medical Centre+, The Netherlands, 3Centre for Human and Clinical Genetics, Leiden University Medical Centre, The Netherlands, 4Department of Internal Medicine, division of Medical Oncology, Maastricht University Medical Centre+, The Netherlands, 5Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Maastricht University Medical Centre +, The Netherlands, 6Department of Human Genetics, Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre, The Netherlands, 7Department of Health Promotion/CAPHRI, Maastricht University, The Netherlands
P1-76 Professional psychosocial care offered to breast cancer patients undergoing rapid genetic counseling and testing in breast cancer patients: What is the problem?
Daniela Hahn*1,2, Eveline Bleiker2,3, Marijke Wevers3,4, Titia Brouwer4, Senno Verhoef2, Marianne Kuenen3, Elly Kaats1,2, Sanne Stehouwer4, Margreet Ausems4, Neil Aaronson3
1Department of Psychosocial Counseling and Family, The Netherlands Cancer Institute, The Netherlands, 2Family Cancer Clinic, The Netherlands Cancer Institute, The Netherlands, 3Division of Psychosocial Research and Epidemiology, The Netherlands Cancer Institute, The Netherlands, 4Division of Biomedical Genetics, University Medical Center Utrecht, The Netherlands
P1-77 Sense of Coherence and Self Concept Patterns in individuals at risk of Hereditary Colorectal Cancer (Lynch syndrome)
Helle Vendel Petersen*1,2, Steen Ladelund1, Christina Carlsson2, Mef Nilbert1,2
1The Danish HNPCC-register, Clinical research Center, Copenhagen University Hospital, Hvidovre, Denmark, 2Department of Oncology, Institute of Clinical Sciences, Lund University, Sweden
P1-78 Familial or hereditary? Differences in informational needs, communication behavior and perceived quality of care (QoC) between patients with Lynch syndrome and familial colorectal cancer
L.A.D.M. van Osch*1,2, B. Salden3, C. Hoving1, M. Laven1, K. Holtkamp1, A.A. Masclee3, S. Sanduleanu3
1Maastricht University, Department of Health Promotion/CAPHRI, The Netherlands, 2Maastricht University Medical Centre, Department of Health Promotion/CAPHRI, The Netherlands, 3Maastricht University Medical Centre, Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, The Netherlands
P1-79 Determinants and changes in psychological adaptation and quality of life during chemotherapy for diffuse large B cell non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in the vulnerable and frail elderly ("Psy-Frail" study)
Florence Cousson-Gélie*1,2, Priscilla Allart3, Stéphanie de Chalvron1, Pierre Soubeyran4,3
1University of Montpellier 3, Epsylon Laboratorie, France, 2Institute Cancer Montpellier, ICM, France, 3University of Bordeaux, France, 4Institute Bergonié, France
P1-80 Transfer to an acute care hospital for nursing home residents without cognitive impairment with a diagnosis of cancer
Jorunn Drageset*1, Geir Egil Eide2, Charlene Harrington3, Anette Hylen Ranhoff4
1Bergen University College & University of Bergen, Norway, 2University of Bergen&Western Norway Regional Health Authority, Norway, 3University of California, USA, 4Haraldsplass Hospital and Department of Clinical Science, University of Bergen, Norway
P1-82 Impact of surgery on psychosocial needs among older Chinese colorectal cancer patients: a longitudinal analysis.
Richard Fielding*, Wendy W.T. Lam, Wylie W.Y. Li, Jensen Poon, Wai Lun Law
The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
P1-83 Fatigue and Depression among Younger and Older Breast Cancer Patients: the Mediating Role of Optimism
Inbar Levkovich*1, Miri Cohen1, Shimom Pollack2, Karen Drumea2, Ilanna Duvdevany1, Georgeta Fried3
1University of Haifa, Israel, 2Oncology Unit, Rambam Medical Center, Israel, 3Institute of Clinical Immunology, Rambam Medical Center, Israel
P1-84 Between Two Worlds: Liminality and Late-stage Cancer-directed Therapy
Gail Adorno
University of Texas, Arlington, USA
P1-85 Hope and meaning in the context of different psychological intervention settings: when-  to whom - how?  
Elisabeth Andritsch
Division of Clinical Oncology, Medical University of Graz, Austria
P1-86 Hope and Optimism - the additional benefit for patients with cancer in the interdisciplinary treatment - from the perspective of psychoneuroimmunology
Thomas Bauernhofer*, Elisabeth Andritsch, Silke Zloklikovits, Stefanie Stanzer
Division of Clinical Oncology, Medical University Graz, Austria
P1-87 Measure of hope & spirituality in End Stage Renal Disease
Abhijit Dam*, Priya Khanna, Nikesh Kumar, Anwesha Banerjee
Kosish-the hospice, India
P1-89 Effect of group meaning- centered hope therapy for cancer patient and their families on their quality of life
Negar Reisi-Dehkordi1, Mehran Farhadi2, Razieh Ghorbani*3, Ali Zargham-Boroujeni4
1Islamic azad university of Hamedan, Iran, 2Dept. of Psychology, Boali University, Iran, 3Saied-al-Shohada Hospital, Isfahan University of Medical Sciences, Iran, 4Nursing and Midwifery care Research cerner, Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery, Isfahan University of Medical Sciences, Iran
P1-90 Meaning in life of the Japanese female breast cancer patients -its idiographic aspects-
Chiaki IHARA
Kyoto Gakuen University, Japan
P1-91 Quality of Life, Spirituality and Hope in Elderly Palliative Care Patients:an Italian Experience
Samantha Serpentini*1,2, E. Pasquin1, P. Del Bianco2, C. Berti1, F. Busa1, E. Capovilla2
1Az. ULSS 3 Bassano del Grappa (Vicenza-Italy, Italy, 2Veneto Institute of Oncology IOV-IRCSS, Italy
P1-93 Course and predictors of hopelessness and demoralization
Sigrun Vehling*1, Anja Mehnert1,2
1University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, Germany, 2University Medical Center Leipzig, Germany
P1-94 Oncological Casemanagement and Care for Concerns Regarding Meaning, a Case Study
Anja Visser*1, Henry Wolterink2, Rineke Leys2
1Helen Dowling Institute, The Netherlands, 2Maasstad Hospital, The Netherlands
P1-95 A Case Report of Application of Existential Approach in an Elder Cancer Patient with Suicide Ideation
Shu-Ting Zhuang*1,3, Chia-Ta Chan2,3
1Suicide and Substance Prevention Center, Shin Kong Wu Ho-Su Memorial Hospital, Taiwan, 2Department of Psychiatry, Shin Kong Wu Ho-Su Memorial Hospital, Taiwan, 3Taiwan Psycho-Oncology Society, Taiwan
P1-96 The influence of chemotherapy on cognitive functioning in patients with breast cancer
Paulina Andryszak*1, Pawel Izdebski1, Monika Wilkosc1,2, Bogdan Zurawski3, Jerzy Tujakowski3
1Institute of Psychology, Kazimierz Wielki University in Bydgoszcz, Poland, 2Department of Psychiatry, Collegium Medicum w Bydgoszczy, Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun, Poland, 3Franciszek Lukaszczyk Oncology Center, Poland
P1-97 Self-report behavioral measures associate more strongly than psychosocial measures with diurnal salivary cortisol patterns in persons with cancer
Irene K.M. Cheung1, Timothy H.Y. Chan*1, Lai Ping Yuen2, Tammy Lee3, Jessie S.M. Chan1, Jonathan S.T Sham1, Cecilia L.W. Chan1
1Centre On Behavioral Health, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 2International Association and Health and Yangsheng, Hong Kong, 3The Hong Kong Anti-Cancer Society, Hong Kong
P1-98 Looking at the Mirror: Different Approaches in Assessing Body Image in Breast Cancer Patients
Simone Cheli*1, Lucia Caligiani1, Francesca Focardi1, Luisa Fioretto2
1Psycho-oncology Unit, Department of Oncology, Italy, 2Health Director, Department of Oncology, Italy
P1-99 The Recall of Information after First Oncological Consultations in Female Patients with Breast Cancer
Giuseppe Deledda*1,2, Claudia Goss1, Alessandro Bottacini1, Maria Angela Mazzi1, Lidia Del Piccolo1, Irene Bighelli1, Mario Ballarin1, Elena Fiorio2, Annamaria Molino2, Christa Zimmermann1
1Department of Medicine and Public Health, University of Verona, Italy, 2Oncology Unit of Oncology, Ospedale Civile Maggiore, Hospital Trust of Verona, Italy
P1-100 Assessment of cancer outpatient satisfaction with care: a systematic literature review of self-reported instruments
Anne Bredart1,2, Juan Arraras3, Fabio Efficace4,5, Jean-Luc Kop6, Sylvie Dolbeault*1,7
1Institut Curie, France, 2University Paris Descartes, France, 3Hospital of Navarre, Spain, 4GIMENA data center, Italy, 5University of Rome, Italy, 6University of Lorraine, France, 7University Paris-Sud, France
P1-102 Validation of the Zarit Scale for assessment of caregiver burden in Mexican primary caregivers of cancer patients
Oscar Galindo Vázquez*1,3, Corina Benjet2, María Haydeé Cruz Nieto3, Edith Rojas Castillo3, Angélica Riveros Rosas4, Francisco Juárez García2, José Luis Aguilar Ponce5, Miguel Ángel Álvarez Avitia6, Salvador Alvarado Aguilar3
1Facultad of Psychology, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico, 2Dirección Epidemiological and Psychosocial Research, National Institute of Psychiatry ¨ Ramon de la Fuente Muñiz ¨, Mexico, 3Department of Psycho-Oncology, National Cancer Institute, Mexico, 4Division of Research, School of Accounting and Administration, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico, 5Subdirección of Internal Medicine, National Cancer Institute, Mexico, 6Department Medical Oncology, National Cancer Institute, Mexico
P1-103 Patient Competence in the Context of Cancer: A Contribution to Construct Validation
Tina Zeiss, Juergen M. Giesler*, Joachim Weis
Tumor Biology Center Freiburg, Germany
P1-104 Survivor Unmet Needs Survey (SUNS) for hematological cancer survivors: A psychometric assessment
Alix Hall*1, Catherine D'Este1,2, Flora Tzelepis1, Marita Lynagh1, Robert Sanson-Fisher1
1Priority Research Centre for Health Behaviour, Faculty of Health, The University of Newcastle & Hunter Medical Research Institute, Australia, 2Priority Research Centre for Gender Health & Aging; and Centre for Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Faculty of Health, The University of Newcastle & Hunter Medical Research Institute, Australia
P1-105 Comparing quality of life between adult survivors of childhood cancer and siblings: The role of post-traumatic stress symptoms
I-Chan Huang*1, Tara Brinkman2, Gregory Armstrong2, Leslie Robison2, Kevin Krull2
1University of Florida College of Medicine, USA, 2St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, USA
P1-107 Outpatient Psychiatric Clinic in a Portuguese Cancer Center,  2013
Andreia Ribeiro1, Cristina Vale2, Lúcia Monteiro*3
1Instituto Português de Oncologia, Portugal, 2Instituto Português de Oncologia, Portugal, 3Instituto Português de Oncologia, Portugal
P1-108 Cancer and non-cancer pain – assessment and consequences
Valeri Nikolov*, Maya Galabova, Miroslava Petkova
Trakia University, Bulgaria
P1-109 Depression as a possible risk factor for Cancer: A Systematic Review of Prospective Studies
Deepa Damodaran1, Varghese Paul*2
1Research scholar, Department of Psychology, Bharathiar University, India, 2Head, Dept of Psychology, Prajyoti Niketan College, India
P1-110 Pain and social activity in colorectal cancer patients
Miroslava Petkova*, Valeri Nikolov, Maya Galabova
Trakia University, Bulgaria
P1-111 Cognitive control dificit and distress in patients with lymphoma
Ekaterina Stepanchuk
Saint-Petersburg State University, Russia
P1-112 Assessment of Psychiatric and Psychosocial Problems Among Newly Diagnosed Cancer Patients at the National Cancer Institute - Cairo University
Jafar Udwan*, Nelly Mahgoub, Amal Sami
Cairo University, Egypt
P1-114 Health Literacy In Cancer Patients: State Of The Art And Future Directions
Nicole Ezendam*1,2, Mariette Verkissen1,2, Olga Husson1,2, Christian Von Wagner4, Marie-Louise Essink-Bot3, Mirjam Fransen3
1CoRPS – Center of Research on Psychology in Somatic Diseases, Department of Medical Psychology and Neuropsychology, Tilburg University, The Netherlands, 2Eindhoven Cancer Registry, Comprehensive Cancer Center South, The Netherlands, 3Department of Public Health, Academic Medical Center, The Netherlands, 4Department of Epidemiology and Public Health - University College London, UK
P1-115 Intellectual disabilities and cancer: A review of the current literature
Samantha Flynn*1, Nick Hulbert-Williams1, Ros Bramwell1, Lee Hulbert-Williams2
1University of Chester, UK, 2University of Wolverhampton, UK
P1-116 Psychosocial Screening Program: Decreased of Distress and Increased Quality of Life
Cristiane Decat Bergerot*1,2, Tereza Cristina Cavalcanti Ferreira Araujo2, Alexandre Nonino1, Marco Murilo Buso1
1Centro de Câncer de Brasília (CETTRO), Brazil, 2Universidade de Brasília (UnB), Brazil
P1-117 How is psycho-oncological care delivered in France: a nationwide survey Part 1 - Institutional care
Sarah Dauchy*1,2, Françoise Ellien1,3, Bénédicte Isquin1, Cécile Charles2
1French Society of Psycho-Oncology (SFPO), France, 2Gustave Roussy - Cancer Campus - Grand Paris, France, 3Reseau SPES, France
P1-118 How is psycho-oncological care delivered in France: a nationwide survey Part 2 - Non-institutional care
Sarah Dauchy*1,2, Françoise Ellien1,3, Bénédicte Isquin1, Cécile Charles2
1French Society of Psycho-Oncology (SFPO), France, 2Gustave Roussy - Cancer Campus - Grand Paris, France, 3Réseau SPES, France
P1-120 Comparison of two psychosocial cancer care models for rural areas: the P-O-LAND study
Mechthild Hartmann*, Markus Haun, Halina Sklenarova, Andrea Hellmann, Brigitte Schlehofer, Wolfgang Herzog
Department of General Internal Medicine and Psychosomatics; Division of Psycho-Oncology, Germany
P1-121 Creating a New Public Psycho-oncology Service In a Private Hospital
Amit Laron*, Baider Lea, Rafael Peper, Lili Borochov
Assuta hospital, Israel
P1-122 Psychiatric Intervention for Hospitalized Patients in a Portuguese Cancer Center - evaluation & evolution
Cristina Vale1, Andreia Ribeiro2, Lúcia Monteiro*3
1Instituto Português de Oncologia de Lisboa, Portugal, 2Instituto Português de Oncologia de Lisboa, Portugal, 3Instituto Português de Oncologia de Lisboa, Portugal
P1-124 The Patient oriented Psychosomatic Model for Oncohematology
Anatoly Zhirkov*, Anastasija Yakovleva
St Petersburg State University, Russia
P1-125 Body Image Distress among Breast Cancer Women on Chemotherapy
Nor Zuraida Zainal1, Norley Shuib1, Zuraida Ahmad Sabki*1, Chong Guan Ng1, Anita Zarina Bustam2
1Department of Psychological Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Malaya, Malaysia, 2Clinical Oncology Unit, University Malaya Medical Centre, Malaysia
P1-126 Health Related Quality of Life (HRQOL) and side-effects in the course of low-dose interferon-alpha therapy in malignant melanoma - in comparison to a control group without interferon-alpha
Karoline Albrecht*1,2, Frank Meiss1, Dorothée Nashan3, Katrin Reuter2
1University Freiburg - Medical Center, Department of Dermatology, Germany, 2University Freiburg - Medical Center, Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, Germany, 3Klinikum Dortmund gGmbH, Department of Dermatology, Germany
P1-127 Anxiety symptoms in Hospitalized Haematological Patients  
António Barbosa1,2, Filipe Barbosa*1, Catarina Mota1, Daniel Sampaio1,2, Carlos Ferreira1,2
1Hospital de Santa Maria, Portugal, 2Faculdade de Medicina de Lisboa, Portugal
P1-129 Irrationality and response expectancies: impact on chemotherapy induced side effects and quality of life in breast cancer patients
Ancuta-Mihaela David
MEDISPROF, Romania
P1-131 Factors influencing functioning at work after cancer: a focus group study with cancer survivors and health care professionals.
Heleen Dorland*1, Femke Abma1, Corné Roelen1,2, Ans Smink3, Adelita Ranchor3, Ute Bültmann1
1Department of Health Sciences, Community & Occupational Medicine, University Medical Center Groningen, University of Groningen, The Netherlands, 2365/ArboNed, The Netherlands, 3Department of Health Sciences, Health Psychology, University Medical Center Groningen, University of Groningen, The Netherlands
P1-132 Dispositional optimism in breast cancer: relations with disease-related quality of life
Antoni Font*, Silvia Pastells
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain
P1-133 Relation between perceived threat and depression among cancer patients: the moderating role of health locus of control
Gil Goldzweig*1, Ilanit Hasson-Ohayon2, Shirly Alon3, Efrat Shalit1
1The Academic College of Tel Aviv-Yaffo, Israel, 2Department of Psychology, Bar-Ilan University, Israel, 3Psychological Services "Meir" Medical Center, Israel
P2-97 Support Group for Children Whose Parent Has Cancer - Implementation and Evaluation of the CLIMB ® Program in Japan
Mariko Kobayashi*1, Kaori Osawa2, Miwa Ozawa3
1The Open University of Japan, Japan, 2Tokyo Kyosai Hospital, Japan, 3St. Luke’s International Hospital, Japan
P2-122 Professionals' And Patients' Perspective On Facilitators And Barriers For Return To Work In Unemployed Cancer Patients: A Focus Group Study
M.P. van Egmond*, S.F.A. Duijts, S.J. Vermeulen, A.J. van der Beek, J.R. Anema
VU University Medical Center, Department of Public and Occupational Health, EMGO+ Institute, The Netherlands
P3-54 Quantifying Facial Expression of Head and Neck Cancer Patients Undergoing Reconstructive Surgery: How Does Smiling Intensity Relate to Psychosocial Functioning?
Michelle Fingeret*1, Juhun Lee2, Irene Teo1, Gregory Reece1, Mia Markey2
1The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, USA, 2The University of Texas at Austin, USA
P1-134 Assessing Psychological Distress Near the End of Life
Halima Nakawooza*1, Harriet Kebirungi1, Sarah Nandawula2
1Palliative Care Association of Uganda, Uganda, 2Hospice Africa Uganda, Uganda
P1-135 PSYCHOSOCIAL -ONCOLOGY IN KENYA: THE CURRENT STATE AND FUTURE PROSPECTS
Philip Odiyo Ouma
Faraja Cancer Support, Kenya
P3-37 Psychosocial risk factors for depression in patients with hematological malignant diseases who were going to receive hematopoietic stem cell transplantation.
Takeshi Horie*1, Kazuhiro Yoshiuchi1, Yoshiyuki Takimoto1, Yasuhito Nannya2, Mineo Kurokawa2,3, Akira Akabayashi1
1Department of Psychosomatic Medicine, The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Department of Hematology/Oncology, The University of Tokyo, Japan, 3Department of cell Therapy and Transplantation Medicine, The University of Tokyo, Japan
P1-136 Nurses' Decision-making Support for Families of Cancer Patients
Kiyoko Yanagihara*, Maiko Okabe
Tokai University, Japan
P2-21 Music as a therapy for cancer patients
Monika Malgorzata Stanczyk
Greater Poland Cancer Centre, Poland
P3-9 Patients' words into action: Occupational Therapy Approaches in a Lebanese Hospital. 
Sally Souraya1,3
1Hotel Dieu de France Hospital, Lebanon, 2Lebanese Association for Self Advocacy, Lebanon, 3Lebanese Occupational Therapy Association, Lebanon, 4Rafik Hariri University Hospital from 2010 till 2012, Lebanon