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Poster Session 2
Thursday, 7 November 2013, 13:00 - 13:30
Shipping Hall
P2-1 Depressive Disorder in adult cancer patients referred to psycho-oncology service in a tertiary care cancer institute in a developing country: clinical profile, interventions used and outcome
Jayita Deodhar, Savita Goswami*, Lekhika Sonkusare, Rohini Hawaldar
Tata Memorial Hospital, India
P2-3 Social support and post traumatic growth among women with breast cancer: diversity of agents and types of support
Ilanit Hasson-Ohayon*1, Rivka Tuval-Mashiach1, Gil Goldzweig2, Rienat Levi1, Noam Pizem3, Bela Kaufman3
1Department of Psychology, Israel, 2School of Behavioural Sciences, The Academic College of Tel-Aviv Yaffo, Israel, 3Division of Oncology, Chaim Sheba medical center Tel Hashomer, Israel
P2-5 Which health-related quality of life outcomes should be discussed during the initial follow-up consultation after surgery for esophageal cancer? Preliminary findings of a Delphi survey
Marc Jacobs*1, Inge Henselmans1, Rhiannon Macefield2, Natalie Blencowe2, Ellen Smets1, Hanneke de Haes1, Mirjam Sprangers1, Jane Blazeby2,3, Mark van Berge Henegouwen1
1Academic Medical Center / University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2School of Social and Community Medicine / University of Bristol, UK, 3Division of Surgery Head and Neck / University Hospitals Bristol, UK
P2-6 Goal adjustment strategies operationalized and empirically examined in patients with cancer
Moniek Janse*1, Esther Sulkers1, Wim J. E. Tissing1, Robbert Sanderman1, Mirjam A.G. Sprangers2, Adelita V. Ranchor1, Joke Fleer1
1University Medical Center Groningen, The Netherlands, 2Academical Medical Center, The Netherlands
P2-7 The Generic and Stoma-Specific Quality of Life of Cancer Patients with a Colostomy, Ileostomy or Urostomy
Femke Jansen*1, Nelly van Uden-Kraan1,2, Anne Braakman3, Irma Verdonck-de Leeuw1,2
1VU University Medical Center, The Netherlands, 2VU Faculty of Psychology and Education, The Netherlands, 3Dutch Ostomy Association, The Netherlands
P2-9 Quality of Life Trajectory and Its Sub-Patterns in Newly Diagnosed Advanced Lung Cancer Patients During the First 12 Months of Being Diagnosed 
Yeur-Hur Lai*1, Yun-Hsiang Lee1, Yu-Chien Liao2, Shiow-Ching Shun1, Wei-Yu Liao1, Chong-Jen Yu1, Pan-Chyr Yang1
1National Taiwan University, Taiwan, 2Yuanpei University, Taiwan
P2-10 Launching a career in psychosocial oncology research: The powerful combination of strong mentorship and timely program of research
Julie Lapointe*1,3, Fay J. Strohschein1,2, Shannon Groff4, Carmen G. Loiselle1,3
1Christine and Herschel Victor/Hope & Cope Chair in Psychosocial Oncology, Canada, 2Jewish General Hospital, Canada, 3Department of Oncology and Ingram School of Nursing, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, Canada, 4University of Calgary, Community Health Sciences & Alberta Health Services Cancer Care, Canada
P2-11 Coping Profiles Of Patients With Different Functional And Psychosocial Status: A Person-oriented Approach
Juliane Lessing*1, Martine Hoffmann2, Dieter Ferring1, Gilles Michaux3
1INSIDE, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg, 2RBS - Center fir Altersfroen, Luxembourg, 3Centre of Health Promotion, Zitha Clinic, Luxembourg
P2-12 Dance Movement Therapy for Patients Undergoing Radiotherapy: A Qualitative Investigation of Motivation, Needs and Benefits
Phyllis H.Y. Lo*1, Rainbow T.H. Ho1,2, Irene K.M. Cheung1, Caitlin K.P. Chan1, Cecilia L.W. Chan1,2, Paul S.F. Yip2, Mai Yee Luk3
1Centre on Behavioral Health, Hong Kong, 2Department of Social Work and Social Administration, Hong Kong, 3Department of Clinical Oncology, Hong Kong
gholamhossein mobaraky*, Saeed Soheilipour
university of medicin, Iran
P2-14 Patients perspectives on Adherence to treatment in Chronic Myeloid Leukemia
Michelle Normen*1, Surendran V2, Prasanth Ganesan3, Rejiv Rajendranath4, T.G Sagar5
1Madras Cancer Care Foundation, India, 2Cancer Institute (WIA), India, 3Cancer Institute (WIA), India, 4Cancer Institute (WIA), India, 5Cancer Institute (WIA), India
P2-15 Pilot Study on Diagnosis Communication and Patient's Rights in an Eastern European Country
Anca Bojan, Andrada Parvu*, Anca Farcas
“Iuliu Hatieganu” University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Romania
P2-16 Prevention research in the field of psychosocial oncology: A golden opportunity?
Samara Perez*1,2, Zeev Rosberger1,2
1McGill University, Canada, 2Louise Granofsky Psychosocial Oncology Program, Segal Cancer Center, Jewish General Hospital, Canada
P2-17 Quality Of Life In Indian Breast Cancer Patients After Breast Conservation Surgery Or Modified Radical Mastectomy
Shehroo Pudumjee*, Anupama Mane, Sanjay Deshmukh, Kamlesh Bokil, Arunima Guha, S P Sane
Ruby Hall Clinic - Kamalnayan Bajaj Cancer Centre, India
P2-18 Biowave Assay for Distress Interaction between Advanced Cancer Patients
Hsu Qiwang*1, Liu Junkang2, Xu Weiwei2, Feng Qinghe3, Jiang Hailing1
1Hsu Qiwang (Beijing) International Medical Academy, China, 2Biowave Research Center, the Third Military Medical University, China, 3The Third Hospital of HeBei medical University, China
P2-20 Fatigue in women treated for various forms of gynecological cancers
Ragnhild Johanne Tveit Sekse
Haukeland University Hospital, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Norway
P2-22 Social Connotations of Prostate-Cancer - work in progress
Johannes Temme*1, Andrea Schumacher2
1University of Münster, Germany, 2Dept. Med. A, University Hospital of Münster, Germany
P2-24 A large cohort study evaluating quality of life in patients with head and neck cancer, is it feasible?
A.J. van Nieuwenhuizen*1, L.M. Buffart2, R.H. Brakenhoff1, J.H. Smit3, R. Bree1, C.R. Leemans1, I.M. Verdonck-de Leeuw1,4
1Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, VU University Medical Center, The Netherlands, 2Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics and the EMGO Institute for Health and Care Research, VU University Medical Centre, The Netherlands, 3Department of Psychiatry, Neuroscience Campus Amsterdam and EMGO Institute for Health and Care Research, VU University Medical Centre, The Netherlands, 4Department of Clinical Psychology, VU University Medical Center, The Netherlands
P2-25 The Perceived Severity of Chemotherapy Side Effects: A Comparative Study Between Cancer Patients and Non-Patients
Sifra Bolle, Julia van Weert*
University of Amsterdam/Amsterdam School of Communication Research (ASCoR), The Netherlands
P2-26 Current Status of Psycho - Oncology Services in India: A Survey Study.
Cancer Institute (WIA), India
P2-27 Living with untreated prostate cancer: a longitudinal study on the impact of active surveillance on anxiety and distress levels
Lionne DF Venderbos*1,2, Roderick CN van den Bergh1, Monique J Roobol1, Fritz H. Schröder1, Marie-Louise Essink-Bot2,3, Chris H Bangma1, Ewout W Steyerberg2, Ida J Korfage2
1Erasmus University Medical Center, Department of Urology, The Netherlands, 2Erasmus University Medical Center, Department of Public Health, The Netherlands, 3Academic Medical Center, Department of Public Health, The Netherlands
P2-28 Understanding health and health behaviors among people who are confronted with cancer
Ewa Wojtyna*1, Agnieszka Wiszniewicz2, Malgorzata Bereza3, Katarzyna Marek1, Anna Syska-Bielak4, Jolanta Grabowska-Markowska2, Agata Basek2
1University of Silesia, Poland, 2Hospicy Cordis, Poland, 3The Iskierka Foundation, Poland, 4Maria Curie-Sklodowska Memorial, Cancer Center and Institute of Oncology, Poland
P2-29 Social connotations of breast cancer-work in progress
Anna Katharina Wulfert*1, Andrea Schumacher2
1University of Münster, Germany, 2Dept. Med. A, Hematology/Oncology, University Hospital of Münster, Germany
P2-31 Medical end-of-life decisions at the University Hospital of Brussels (UZ Brussel, Belgium).
Willem Distelmans, Sabien Bauwens, Catherine Baillon, Eveline Clemmen*, Vicky Van de Velde, Annelien Tack
Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
P2-32 Psychological Distress And Quality Of Life Of Cancer Patients And Their Caring Relatives
Heide Götze*, Norbert Köhler
University of Leipzig, Department of Medical Psychology and Medical Sociology, Germany
P2-33 Early palliative care for improving quality of life and survival time in adult patients with advanced cancer: Protocol of a Cochrane Review
Markus Haun*1, Sabine Sommerfeldt1, Gerta Rücker2, Hans-Christoph Friederich3, Michael Thomas4, Mechthild Hartmann1
1Department of General Internal Medicine & Psychsomatics, Heidelberg University Hospital, Germany, 2German Cochrane Centre, Institute of Medical Biometry and Medical Informatics, University Medical Center Freiburg, Germany, 3Division of Psycho-Oncology at the National Center of Tumor Diseases, Heidelberg University Hospital, Germany, 4Department of Thoracic Oncology, Thoraxklinik at Heidelberg University Hospital, Germany
P2-34 Using Ritalin & Ketamine In Depressed cancer patients
Jamal Khatib
King Hussein Cancer Center-KHCC, Jordan
P2-35 Current-situation Survey Regarding the way of presenting information for End-of-Life Care in Japan after Enactment of Basic Anticancer Law
Mika Kobayashi*1, Kanako Ichikura2, Ayako Matsuda5, Wataru Noguchi3, Toshiko Matsushita4, Eisuke Matsushima2
1Toho University, Japan, 2Graduate School of Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Japan, 3Graduate School of Keio University, Japan, 4Yokohama City University, Japan, 5National Cancer Center, Japan
P2-36 Cognitive-behavioral therapy for depression and anxiety in advanced cancer: a literature review
Edgar Landa-Ramírez*1, Angélica Rivero-Rosas1, Georgina Cárdenas-López1, Joseph Andrew Greer2, Sofía Sánchez-Roman3, Andy Field4
1Faculty of Psychology. National University of Mexico (UNAM), Mexico, 2Department of Psychiatry Massachusetts General Hospital & Harvard Medical School, USA, 3National Institute of Nutrition and Medical Science “Salvador Zubirán”, Mexico, 4School of Psychology. University of Sussex, UK
P2-37 Anxiety and depression are related to physical symptoms burden in Mexican patients with terminal cancer.
Edgar Landa-Ramírez*1, Ivonne Nalliely Pérez-Sánchez1, Sofía Sánchez-Román2, Alfredo Covarrubias-Gómez2
1Faculty of Psychology-National University of Mexico (UNAM), Mexico, 2National Institute of Nutrition and Medical Science “Salvador Zubirán”, Mexico
P2-39 The sights and sounds of palliative care: Caregivers' experiences at the deathbed
Christine Sanderson1, Elizabeth Lobb*1,2, Jane Mowll1, Phyllis Butow3,4, Melanie Price3,4, Naomi McGowan3
1Calvary Health Care Sydney, Australia, 2The Cunningham Centre for Palliative Care, Australia, 3Centre for Medical Psychology & Evidence-based Decision-making (CeMPED), Australia, 4School of Psychology, The University of Sydney, Australia, 5School of Medicine, The University of Notre Dame, Australia
P2-41 Recognition of the patient before medical treatment affects the reduction of pain in cancer patients (PartⅡ)
Hiromichi Matsuoka*1, Chihiro Makimura1, Atsuko Koyama1, Masatomo Otsuka2, Kiyohiro Sakai1, Ryo Sakamoto1, Kazuhiko Nakagawa3
1Department of Medical Oncology, Division of Psychosomatic Medicine, Kinki University Faculty of Medicine, Japan, 2Department of Palliative Care Medicine, Sakai Hospital, Kinki University Faculty of Medicine, Japan, 3Department of Medical Oncology, Kinki University Faculty of Medicine, Japan
Tomislav Peharda*, Ivica Sain, Dragan Trivanovic
General Hospital Pula, Croatia
Tomislav Peharda*, Ivica Sain, Dragan Trivanovic
General Hospital Pula, Croatia
P2-45 Unbearable Suffering Cancer Patients Dying At Home:A Dutch Study Of The Relationship Between Intensity Of Symptoms And Bearability
Cees Ruijs*1, Ad Kerkhof2, Gerrit Van der Wal1, Bregje Onwuteaka-Philipsen0
1VU University Medical Center, The Netherlands, 2VU University, The Netherlands
P2-46 Evaluation of advanced cancer patients most important concerns: the Italian validation of the Concerns Checklist and the Cancer Behaviour Inventory-brief version.
Samantha Serpentini*2,1, Paola Del Bianco1, Gian Carlo Odorico3, Irene Guglieri1, A. Chirico6, Chiara Berti2, Francesca Busa2, Guido Biasco4, Thomas V. Merluzzi5, Eleonora Capovilla1
1Veneto Institute of Oncology IOV-IRCSS, Italy, 2Az. ULSS 3, Italy, 3Fondazione Hospice M.T.C. Serŕgnoli, Italy, 4Academy of the Sciences of Palliative Medicine (ASMEPA), Italy, 5Institute for Scolarship in the Liberal Arts (ISLA), University of Notre Dame, USA, 6Dipartimento di Senologia, Istituto Nazionale Tumori "Fondazione Pascale"-IRCCS, Italy
P2-48 The experience of a son cancer. Reflections of a study in Portugal.
Maria Joao Cunha*1, Joao Paulo Pereir1, Joao Maria Pereira2
1ISMAI, Portugal, 2ISCTE, Portugal
P2-49 Psychological Reactions of Children and Adolescents to Malignant Disease and Treatment and Their Parents Reactions - assessment and support
Tamara Klikovac
Institut for Oncology, Serbia
P2-50 Social support of childhood cancer survivors and healthy children: are there any differences?
Veronika Koutná*1,2, Marek Blatný1,2, Tomáš Kepák3, Martin Jelínek1,2, Tereza Blažková2
1Institute of Psychology, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Czech Republic, 2Institute of Psychology, Faculty of Arts, Masaryk University, Czech Republic, 3Department of Paediatric Oncology, Children's Medical Centre, University Hospital Brno, Czech Republic
P2-53 Mental disabilities in children with head brain tumors - reality or parents' predisposition
Yulia Malova1,2
1Faculty of Psychology Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia, 2Russian Scientific Center of Radiology, Russia
P2-54 Corticosteroids–Induced Neuropsychiatric Episodes in Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia Adolescent Patients
Marzena Samardakiewicz*1, Małgorzata Mitura-Lesiuk2, Jerzy R. Kowalczyk1,2
1Medical University, Poland, 2Dept. of Pediatric Hematology, Oncology and Transplantology, Poland
P2-56 Reliability and utility of the Dutch translation of the Psychosocial Assessment Tool (PAT)
Simone M Sint Nicolaas*1, Sasja A Schepers2, Martha A Grootenhuis2, Chris M Verhaak1
1University Medical Center, Department of Medical Psychology, The Netherlands, 2Academic Medical Center/Emma Children’s Hospital, Psychosocial Department, The Netherlands
P2-57 A Longitudinal Case-control Study on Goal Adjustment in Adolescents with Cancer
Esther Sulkers*1, Moniek Janse3, Aeltsje Brinksma1, Petrie F. Roodbol1, Willem A. Kamps2, Wim J.E. Tissing2, Robbert Sanderman3, Joke Fleer3
1University of Groningen, University Medical Center Groningen, UMCG School of Nursing and Health, The Netherlands, 2University of Groningen, University Medical Center Groningen, Department of Pediatric Oncology/Hematology Beatrix Children’s Hospital, The Netherlands, 3University of Groningen, University Medical Center Groningen, Department of Health Sciences, Health Psychology Section, The Netherlands
P2-58 Neuropsychological follow-up of children with acute lymphoblastic leukemia
Jurgen Lemiere1, Trui Vercruysse*1, Nathalie Nolf5, Elke Van Gysel1, Ben Van Calster2,3, Nady Van Broeck4, Marleen Renard1, Yves Benoit5, Anne Uyttebroeck1
1Paediatric Haemato-Oncology, University Hospitals Leuven, Belgium, 2Department of Development and Regeneration, KU Leuven, Belgium, 3Biostatistics Unit, Leuvens Kankerinstituut, University Hospitals Leuven, Belgium, 4Clinical Psychology, KU Leuven, Belgium, 5Pediatric Haemato-Oncology, Ghent University Hospital, Belgium
P2-59 The Use of Psychodrama in Teaching Oncology Nurses Death Awareness Through Confronting Their Own Death.
Hacettepe ünversity Faculty of Nursing, Turkey
P2-60 Empowerment and Related Factors In Oncology Nurses
Azize Atlı Özbas*1, Havva Tel2
1Hacettepe University Faculty of Nursing, Turkey, 2Cumhuriyet Üniversity Faculty Of Health Scıences, Turkey
P2-61 The Cédric Hčle Institute: 10 Years Of Development of Expertise in Psycho-oncology In Flanders
Sofie Eelen*1, Sabien Bauwens2, Wim Distelmans2, Eva Jacobs1, Angelique Verzelen1
1Cédric Hčle instituut vzw, Belgium, 2Universitair Ziekenhuis Brussel - Oncology Centre, Belgium
P2-62 To prevent burnout and to promote spiritual well-being in physicians among cancer care
Chun-Kai Fang*1, Yuh-Cheng Yang1, Pei-Yi Li2
1Mackay Memorial Hospital, Taiwan, 2National Taipei University of Nursing and Health Sciences, Taiwan
P2-63 mental health of health care providers in a cancer hospital, a three year follow-up.
Chihtao Cheng1,2, Shenghui Hsu1, Yichen Hou1, Pohsien Lin*1, Ginglong Wang1, Shihming Shih1
1KFSYSCC, Taiwan, 2Department of psychology and social work, National defense university, Taiwan
P2-64 Health and wellbeing in portuguese health care providers in women with breast cancer
Maria joao Cunha1, Joăo Paulo Pereira*1, Santiago Gascon2, Joăo Pereira3, Marisa Costa1
1ISMAI, Portugal, 2Universidad Zaragoza, Spain, 3ISCTE, Portugal
P2-65 The impact of a clown intervention on the symptoms of anxiety and depression of adult patients with advanced cancer
Guilherme Kenzzo Akamine*, Érika Neves de Souza Moraes, Flávio Mitio Takahagui, Gabriel Henrique Beraldi, Sandra Scivoletto
University of Săo Paulo, Brazil
P2-66 The role of psychological trauma and traumatic situation in the pathogenesis of cancer
Eugenia Ananyeva
Chelyabinsk Regional Oncology Center, Russia
P2-67 U-CARE: YoungCan - Development of an internet-based self-help program of psychosocial support and psychological treatment
Malin Ander*, Louise von Essen, Gustaf Ljungman, Elisabet Mattsson, Teolinda Toft, Annika Lindahl Norberg
Uppsala University, Sweden
P2-68 Pre-operative exercise training in advanced rectal cancer patients: Exploring perceptions of quality of life during active treatment
Shaunna Burke*1, Jennifer Brunet2, Catherine Sabiston3, Sandy Jack4, Michael Grocott5, Malcolm West6
1University of Leeds, UK, 2University of Ottawa, Canada, 3University of Toronto, Canada, 4University Hospital Southampton, UK, 5University of Southampton, UK, 6Aintree University Hospital, UK
P2-69 Effects of qigong practice on salivary cortisol in cancer patients and their caregivers: A randomized waitlist-controlled trial
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
P2-71 Horticultural therapy:The use of gardening in a Support Group in Cancer Ward
Chung Ching Hui
Mackay Memorial Hospital, Taiwan
P2-72 A Study of Cancer Survivors' Wellbeing and Volunteering Work
Florence Oi Yan Chung, Elsa Yu*
Hong Kong Cancer Fund, Hong Kong
P2-73 Risk factors linked to distress in the pre-surgical and pre-chemotherapy phases. Do they have the same psychological basis?
Cristina Civilotti*1,2, Efrem Sabatti3, Claudia Romano3, Francesca Facchi3, Gianluca Fogazzi3
1Department of Psychology, University of Turin, Italy, 2Edo ed Elvo Tempia Foundation, Italy, 3Sant'Anna Clinic Institute, San Donato Group, Italy
P2-75 Phase I pilot of a Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction intervention for Head and Neck Cancer patients receiving radiotherapy of curative intent.
Jeremy Couper*1, Annabel Pollard1, David Castle2, Kate Neilson2, Jodie Burchell1, Maria Ftanou1,2, June Corry1, Danny Rischin1, David Kissane3, Meinir Krishnasamy1, Tom Trauer2,3, Linda Carlson4
1Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, Australia, 2University of Melbourne, Australia, 3Monash University, Australia, 4University of Calgary, Canada
P2-77 The Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for increase the psychological flexibility of cancer patients
Giuseppe Deledda*1, Magarotto Roberto2, Stefania Gori2
1Service Clinical Psycology, Hospital Sacro Cuore-Don Calabria, Negrar, Italy, 2U.O. Oncology, Hospital Sacro Cuore-Don Calabria, Negrar, Italy
Ozcan Yildiz1, Sibel Dogan*1, Seher Sen1, Kadriye Slocum2
1Istanbul Medipol University, Turkey, 2Istanbul Sehir University, Turkey
Sibel Dogan*1, Havva Tel2, Metin Ozkan3
1Istanbul Medipol University, Turkey, 2Cumhuriyet University, Turkey, 3Erciyes University, Turkey
P2-80 Quality of Life, Vulnerability to Stress and Coping Strategies in Patients with Oral Cavity Cancer: presentation of preliminary results of a study conducted in Portugal.
Sara Duarte*, Maria Joao Cunha, Joao Paulo Pereira
ISMAI, Portugal
P2-81 Online Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy for Chronic Cancer-Related Fatigue - a pilot study
FZ Everts*, ML Van der Lee, E De Jager Meezenbroek
Helen Dowling Institute, The Netherlands
P2-82 Longitudinal associations between illness perceptions, coping and distress among breast cancer patients attending a psycho-educational intervention.
Maarten J. Fischer*1, Marion E. Wiesenhaan-Breeuwer1, Aukje Does-Den Heijer2, Wim C. Kleijn1, Johan W.R. Nortier1, Adrian A. Kaptein1
1Leiden University Medical Center, The Netherlands, 2Diaconessenhuis, The Netherlands
P2-83 The Use of Narrative Therapy to Manage Emotional and Existential Distress in the Oncology Setting
Jeanelle Folbrecht*1, Miguel Fernanez2, Liz Cooke1
1City of Hope National Medical Center, USA, 2Psychological & Educational Consultancy, Australia
P2-84 An Evaluation of a Reflexology Service for Cancer Patients and their Relatives
Emma Lewis, Rachel Foxwell*
Oncology Health Centre, Hull and East Yorkshire NHS Trust, UK
P2-85 Psychosocial interventions to improve quality of life and emotional wellbeing for recently diagnosed cancer patients.
Karen Galway*1, Amanda Black2, Marie Cantwell1, Chris Cardwell1, Moyra Mills3, Michael Donnelly1
1Queen's University Belfast, UK, 2Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics, National Cancer Institute, USA, 3Northern Health and Social Care Trust, UK
P2-86 Physical activity intervention for cognitive & emotional functioning in breast cancer patients receiving chemotherapy
Kajal Gokal*1, Fehmidah Munir1, Deborah Wallis1, Samreen Ahmed2, Ion Boiangiu2, Kiran Kancherla2
1Loughborough University, UK, 2Leicester Royal Infirmary, UK
P2-87 Challenges of Implementing a Randomized Controlled Trial of a Psychological Intervention in Patients Newly Diagnosed with Advanced Cancer
Melissa Henry*1,2, Shitong Wang2, S. Robin Cohen1,2, Robert Platt1,3, Laurent Azoulay1,2, Walter Gotlieb1,2, Susie Lau1,2, Khalil Sultanem1,2, Gerald Batist1,2, Bernard Lapointe1,2, Daren Heyland4,5
1McGill University, Canada, 2Jewish General Hospital, Canada, 3McGill University Health Centre, Canada, 4Queen's University, Canada, 5Kingston General Hospital, Canada
P2-88 The Effects of Body-mind-spirit (BMS) group therapy and Supportive-expressive (SE) group therapy on Perceived Stress and Emotional Control in Breast Cancer Patients
Rainbow Tin Hung Ho*, Ted Chun Tat Fong, Cecilia Lai Wan Chan
The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
P2-89 Illness perceptions of cancer patients: relationships with illness characteristics and coping
Petra Hopman*, Mieke Rijken
Netherlands Institute for Health Services Research (NIVEL), The Netherlands
P2-90 FAMOCA: Family online counseling for families with parental cancer
Harriet Huggenberger*1, Binia Roth2, Jens Gaab3, Brigitta Wössmer4, Christoph Rochlitz5, Judith Alder1
1Gyn. Social Medicine and Psychosomatics,University Hospital Basel, Switzerland, 2Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Services of Bruderholz, Switzerland, 3Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, Departement of Psychology, University of Basel, Switzerland, 4Psychosomatics, University Hospital Basel, Switzerland, 5Oncology, University Hospital Basel, Switzerland
P2-91 Study Protocol: A Randomized Study Of An Internet-Based Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Program For Sexuality And Intimacy Problems In Women Treated For Breast Cancer
Susanna B. Hummel*1, Jacques J.D.M. van Lankveld2, Hester S.A. Oldenburg3, Neil K. Aaronson4
1The Netherlands Cancer Institute, The Netherlands, 2Open University, The Netherlands, 3The Netherlands Cancer Institute, The Netherlands, 4The Netherlands Cancer Institute, The Netherlands
P2-92 The loneliness predict the function of Japanese head and neck cancer patients
Kanako Ichikura*1,4, Aya Yamashita1, Taro Sugimoto2, Seiji Kishimoto3, Eisuke Matsushima1
1Section of Liaison Psychiatry and Palliative Medicine, Graduate school of Tokyo Medical & Dental University, Japan, 2Department of Oto-Rhino-Laryngology, Medical Hospital of Tokyo Medical & Dental University, Japan, 3Section of Head and Neck Surgery, Graduate school of Tokyo Medical & Dental University, Japan, 4Research Fellow of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Japan
P2-93 Evaluation of the effectiveness of telephone counseling intervention on early-stage breast cancer patients
Koc University School of Nursing, Turkey
P2-98 The characteristics of female patients in a specific psycho-oncology outpatient service
Atsuko Koyama*, Hiromichi Matsuoka, Chihiro Makimura, Ryo Sakamoto, Kiyohiro Sakai
Kinki University, Faculty of Medicine, Japan
P2-99 The efficacy of a 6-week group psycho-educational program on mood symptoms and quality of life among Philippine breast cancer patients: a randomized, controlled trial.
Dianne Ledesma*1, Miyako Takahashi2, Ichiro Kai1
1University of Tokyo, Japan, 2National Cancer Center, Japan
P2-100 Effect Of Brief Psychoeducation using Tablet PC On Depression And Quality Of Life In Distressed Patients During Chemotherapy: A Pilot Study
Joo-Young Lee*1,2, Dooyoung Jung1, Mihye Moon3, Bhumsuk Keam4, Hye Yoon Park1,5, Bong-Jin Hahm1,5
1Department of Neuropsychiatry, Seoul National University Hospital, Republic of Korea, 2Advanced education for clinician-scientists, Seoul National University, Republic of Korea, 3Department of Nursing, Seoul National University Hospital, Republic of Korea, 4Department of Internal Medicine, Seoul National University Hospital, Republic of Korea, 5Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science, Seoul National University, College of Medicine, Republic of Korea
P2-101 Efficacy of a 3-session psychoeducational intervention for cancer patients and their families at the time of diagnosis. Preliminary data.
Concha León*1,4, Rosanna Mirapeix1,4, Esther Jovell2, Tomás Blasco3, Ŕngels Arcusa4, Miquel Ŕngel Seguí1
1IOV - Hospital Parc Tauli de Sabadell, Spain, 2Epidemiology - Consorci Sanitari de Terrassa, Spain, 3Departamento Psicologia Básica UAB, Spain, 4IOV - Consorci Sanitari de Terrassa, Spain
P2-102 Connecting cancer care researchers and graduate students through an innovative research training initiative: The Canadian PORT (Psychosocial Oncology Research Training) program reaches to international partners
Carmen G. Loiselle1,2
1McGill University, Canada, 2Jewish General Hospital, Canada
P2-103 Changes in social relations as a result of participation on group intervention in cancer patients (2)
Tomoko Matsui*1, Kei Hirai1, Masako Shikoji2, Madoka Tokuyama2
1Osaka university, Japan, 2Toyonaka municipal hospital, Japan
P2-104 Psychosocial support needs of Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) transplant patients
Lina Mayorga*1, Jonathan Espenschied1, Liz Cooke1, Marcia Grant1, Jennifer Gotto1, Rachel Lynn2, David Snyder1
1City of Hope National Medical Center, USA, 2MD Anderson, USA
P2-105 Identifying information gaps and resources required to support the development of a patient education toolkit for the Adolescent Young Adult (AYA) Oncology patient population.
Lina Mayorga*, Kayla Fulginiti, Marisol Trujillio, JoAnn Namm, Renee Ortiz, Jeanelle Folbrecht, Natalie Kelly
City of Hope Cancer Center, USA
P2-106 Innovative uses of health education technologies can reduce distress and empower newly diagnosed cancer patients to take an active role in their care
Lina Mayorga*, Ben Laroya, Laura Simmons
City of Hope Cancer Center, USA
P2-107 Psychiatric Rehabilitation of Patients with Oesophageal Cancer.
gholamhossein mobaraky*, Shohreh EMAMI, mona hadi mohammadabadi, Mahbobeh Mardanshah
University of Medical Sciences, Iran
P2-108 The Relationship Between Emotional Expression And Resilience In A Long Term Telephone Group For Women With Secondary Breast Cancer
Mary O'Brien*1, Leigh Yong Li2, Tom O'Brien3, Janine Giese-Davis4
1The Women's Psychotherapy Service Inc., Australia, 2Department of Oncology, University of Calgary; Tom Baker Cancer Centre, Department of Psychosocial Resources, Canada, 3University of Queensland, Australia, 4Department of Oncology, University of Calgary; Tom Baker Cancer Centre, Department of Psychosocial Resources, Canada
P2-109 Co-morbidity of depression among cancer subjects and its implication to treatment options for improved outcome : A perspective from a developing country
Andrew Toyin Olagunju*1,2, Olatunji Francis Aina1,2, Babatunde Fadipe2, Foluke Oladele Sarimiye3, Tinuke Oluwasefunmi Olagunju4
1Department of Psychiatry, College of Medicine, University of Lagos, PMB 12003,, Nigeria, 2Lagos University Teaching Hospital, PMB 12003, Nigeria, 3Department of Radiotherapy, University College Hospital, Nigeria, 4Health Service Commission, Nigeria
P2-110 PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS RELATED TO CANCER   VARGHESE PAUL. K  *Head, PG. Department of Clinical Psychology, Prajyoti Niketan College, Pudukad, Thrissur (Dt), Kerala - 680 301- India
P2-111 Adult Cancer Patients’Representations of Cancer and Social Support. Relations between Perceived Social Support and Social Norm. Qualitative Psycho-Social Approach.
Laura PERLIER*, Marie-Frédérique BACQUÉ
EA 3071, university of Strasbourg, France
P2-112 The Regional Counseling Cancer Center (CCOR): specifity and role of psychological support by telephone within the network of care services.
Francesca Maffei1,2, Ludovica Mazzei1,2, Giulia Spalla1,2, Luca Pianigiani*1,2
1Assessorato alla Salute, Italy, 2Istituto Tumori Toscano, Italy
P2-114 "the interview with adult cancer patients: a qualitative survey. cancer as an expression of the shadow"
Christina Sanson
Free-lancer, Italy
P2-115 Best Foot Forward: Designing a pilot intervention and feasibility study of a peer-led delivered walking groups for breast cancer survivors
Karen Scanlon*1, Claire Knight1, Leanne Taylor-Sturdy1, Gill Hubbard2, Richard Kyle2
1Breast Cancer Care, UK, 2University of Stirling, UK
P2-117 The Counseling Cancer Centre of the Tuscany Region: the experience of a contact center service and psychological skills in needs assessment and in the supporting care
Olivia Stanzani*1,2, Francesca Grandi1,2, Paolo Cortini1,2, Cecilia Dell'Olio1,2, Luca Pianigiani1,2
1Assessorato alla Salute, Italy, 2Istituto Tumori Toscano, Italy
P2-118 Title: Struggling for a sense of control in order to be prepared: consequences of chemotherapy-related fear among breast cancer patients.
Karin Stinesen-Kollberg*1, Ulrica Wilderäng1, Gunnar Steineck1,2
1University of Gothenburg, Sweden, 2Karolinska Institute, Sweden
P2-119 The theory of planned behavior predicting physical activity in French children aged between 5 to 11 years old.
Monica Takito*1,6, Bruno Frégeac2, Simon Dallifard3, Bertrand Porro4, Oliver Coste5, Florence Cousson-Gélie6
1USP, Brazil, 2ICM, Institut régional du cancer, Epidaure. Professeur des écoles, France, 3Université de Montpellier 1, France, 4Université de Montpellier 3, Epsylon, France, 5Direction Générale de la Jeunesse et des Sports, France, 6ICM Institut régional du cancer, Epidaure. Université de Montpellier 3. Epsylon., France
P2-120 Effect of group counseling for the empowerment of mental health on resilience in cancer patients
Chaliya Wamaloon, Sopit Tubtimhin*, Monlika Puttichat, Pimwadee Treerojporn
1Ubonratchathani Cancer Hospital, Department of Medicine, Thailand
P2-121 Motivation for childhood cancer patients to participate in a combined physical and psychosocial intervention program; "Quality of Life in Motion"
E.M. van Dijk-Lokkart*1, K.I. Braam2, G.J.L. Kaspers3, T. Takken4, I. Streng5, M.A. Grootenhuis6, J. Huisman7
1VU University Medical Center, Department of Medical Psychology, The Netherlands, 2VU University Medical Center, Department of Pediatric Oncology/Hematology, The Netherlands, 3VU University Medical Center, Department of Pediatric Oncology/Hematology, The Netherlands, 4Wilhelmina's Childrens Hospital/UMC Utrecht, Department of Pediatric Physiotherapy and Exercise Physics, The Netherlands, 5Sophia's Childrens Hospital/Erasmus Medical Center, Department of Pediatric Oncology, The Netherlands, 6Emma's Childrens Hospital/Academic Medical Center, Psychosocial Department, The Netherlands, 7Wilhelmina's Childrens Hospital/UMC Utrecht, Department of Medical Psychology, The Netherlands
P2-123 Determinants of Seeking Psychosocial Care in Dutch Men with Prostate Cancer
Adriaan Visser*, Laura Daeter
The Vruchtenburg, Rotterdam ;University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands
P2-124 The Effect of Group Psychological Intervention in Chinese Gastric Cancer Patients' Rehabilitation
Tang Lili, Pang Ying, Wang Yapeng, Zhang Yening*
Peking University Cancer Hospital, China
P2-125 A Preliminary evaluation on the effectiveness of a memory enhancement psycho-educational group on improving mood and short-term memory in Hong Kong cancer patients
Elsa Yu
Hong Kong Cancer Fund, CancerLink Support Centre, Wong Tai Sin, Hong Kong
P2-126 Impact of chemotherapy-induced alopecia distress on body image, psychosocial well-being, and depression in breast cancer patients
Eun-Kyung Choi*1, Im-Ryung Kim1, Oliver Chang2, Danbee Kang3, Seok-Jin Nam4, Jeong Eon Lee4, Se Kyung Lee4, Young-Hyuck Im5, Yeon Hee Park5, Jung-Hyun Yang6, Juhee Cho3,7
1Cancer Education Center, Samsung Comprehensive Cancer Center, Samsung Medical Center, Sungkyunkwan University School of Medicine, Republic of Korea, 2Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, Johns Hopkins University, USA, 3Department of Health Science and Technology, School of Medicine and SAHIST, Sungkyunkwan University, Republic of Korea, 4Department of Surgery, Samsung Medical Center, Sungkyunkwan University School of Medicine, Republic of Korea, 5Department of Hematology and Oncology, Samsung Medical Center, Sungkyunkwan University School of Medicine, Republic of Korea, 6Department of Surgery, Konkuk University Medical Center, Konkuk University School of Medicine, Republic of Korea, 7Departments of Health, Behavior and Society and Epidemiology, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, USA
P2-127 Multidisciplinary support needs in cancer patients in a German comprehensive cancer centre
Hans-Christoph Friederich*1, Anette Brechtel1, Robert Schiel1, Jürgen Walther1, Joachim Wiskemann2, Ingeborg Rötzer2, Dirk Jäger1,2, Mechthild Hartmann1
1Medical University Hospital, Germany, 2National Center for Tumor Diseases, Germany
P2-128 Oncological patients’ desire to receive psychological support-- A Peruvian representative sample
Samuel Gonzales-Puell
Universidad de San Martin- Psychology Department Research Institute, Peru
P2-129 Emesis and quality of life among  European cancer patients
Maria Alejandra Berardi1, Tatiana Bertelli1, Maria Giulia Nanni2, Elisabeth Andritsch3, Agustina Sirgo Ramirez4, Eva Juan Linares5, Marta Bellč6, Laura Cavana7, Elena Meggiolaro1, Maura Muccini7, Federica Ruffilli1, Elena Samorě7, Elisa Ruggeri7, Ilaria Strada7, Antonella Carbonara2, Luigi Grassi*2
1Istituto Scientifico Romagnolo per lo studio e la Cura dei Tumori (IRST) S.r.l. IRCCS, Italy, 2Division of Psychiatry, Department of Biomedical and Specialty Surgical Sciences, University of Ferrara, Italy, 3University Clinic of Internal Medicine, Division of Oncology, Medical University of Graz, Austria, 4Psycho-oncology Unit Oncology Department University Hospital Sant Joan de Reus, Spain, 5Psycho-Oncology Unit, Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau, Spain, 6Department of Oncology, Cŕ Foncello Hospital of Treviso, Italy, 7Istituto Oncologico Romagnolo, Italy
P2-130 The first analysis of quality of life of patients with acute leukemia in Republic of Armenia
Yervand Hakobyan*, Smbat Daghbashyan
Hematology Center RA, Armenia
P2-131 The development of prostate cancer patients' information needs: patients', GPs' and significant others' perceptions focusing on diet
Angelos Kassianos*, Monique Raats, John Nichols
University of Surrey, UK
P2-132 Benefits of Mindfulness improving Emotional Status and Quality of Life in Oncology patients. Comparison of two schedules of treatment.
Concha Leon*1,5, Rosanna Mirapeix1,5, Esther Jovell2, Tomás Blasco3, Esther Pousa4, Ŕngels Arcusa5, Miquel Ŕngel Seguí1
1IOV - Hospital Parc Tauli de Sabadell, Spain, 2Epidemiologia - Consorci Sanitari de Terrassa, Spain, 3Departamento Psicologia Básica UAB, Spain, 4Salut Mental - Hospital Parc Tauli de Sabadell, Spain, 5. IOV - Consorci Sanitari de Terrassa, Spain
P2-133 Association between symptom severity, depression, and relevant factors at six months after surgery in head and neck cancer patients
Wei-Lin Liu*, Yeur-Hur Lai, Yen-Ju Chen
National Taiwan University, College of Medicine, Department of Nursing, Taiwan
P3-125 Pilot study of a decision aid about fertility preservation for breast cancer patients
Mirjam Garvelink*1, Moniek ter Kuile1, Leoni Louwé1, Carina Hilders2, Anne Stiggelbout3
1Department of Gynecology, Leiden University Medical Center, The Netherlands, 2Department of Gynecology, Reinier de Graaf Hospital, The Netherlands, 3Department of Medical Decision Making, Leiden University Medical Center, The Netherlands
P3-126 Use of a values clarification exercise about fertility preservation leads to more clarity about values and more knowledge in healthy participants
Mirjam Garvelink*1, Moniek ter Kuile1, Anne Stiggelbout2, Marieke de Vries3
1Department of Gynecolog, Leiden University Medical Center, The Netherlands, 2Department of Medical Decision Making, Leiden University Medical Center, The Netherlands, 3Department of Social Psychology, Tilburg University, The Netherlands
P2-135 Collaboration between Italy and Romania in training in Psycho-Oncology
Marco Romeo*1,5, Rossana Berardi1,2, Sergiu Stan3, Ettore Tito Menichetti1,4
1Istituto Oncologico Semper Onlus, Italy, 2Clinica di Oncologica Medica , Universitŕ Politecnica delle Marche, Italy, 3Patronato di Medicina Integrativa, Romania, 4Asur Area Vasta 2, Italy, 5Asur Area Vasta 1, Italy
P2-136 Why bothering? Experience-based co-design makes 1+1 = 3 P. den Hartog, master advanced nursing specialist, J. van der Klooster, senior oncology nurse, Dr. W.L.E. Vasmel, hematologist. On behalf of patients and staff of the hematology/ oncology department, Sint Lucas Andreas Ziekenhuis. Amsterdam. The Netherlands.
Peggy den Hartog*, Janny van der Klooster, Wies Vasmel
Sint Lucas Andreas Ziekenhuis, The Netherlands
P2-138 accuracy of the emotion thermometers (et) screening tool in patients undergoing surgery for upper gastrointestinal malignancies
Jane R. Schubart1, Alex J. Mitchell*2, Laura Dietrich1, Niraj J. Gusani1
1The Pennsylvania State University, College of Medicine, USA, 2University of Leicester, UK
P1-81 Knowledge and attitudes towards cancer in an old sample: final report
Tania Estapé*, Jordi Estapé, Sara Soria, Ariadna Torres
FEFOC, Spain
P1-113 Exploring the emotional impact of research on the researcher
Marta Wanat
Oxford Brookes University, UK
P2-139 pediatric cancer patients' and their families informational, psychological and emotional needs
Laura Bratikaite,*1,2, Akvile Smalakyte1
1Lithuanian Cancer Patient Coalition, Lithuania, 2BENE ESSE, -
P1-73 Communication about Breast Cancer Genetic Counseling Results with Daughters and Sisters in the long term
Jessica Baars*1,2, Margreet Ausems1, Els van Riel1, Marijke Kars3, Eveline Bleiker2
1Department of Medical Genetics, Division of Biomedical Genetics, University Medical Center Utrecht, The Netherlands, 2Division of Psychosocial Research and Epidemiology & Family Cancer Clinic, The Netherlands Cancer Institute, The Netherlands, 3Department of Medical Humanities, Julius Center for Health Sciences and Primary Care, University Medical Center Utrecht, The Netherlands
P2-140 Taiwan physicians' dilemma on cancer truth telling
Woung-Ru Tang*1, Chen-Yi Kao2, Ji-Hong Hong2, Chun Kai Fang3,4, Ji-Tseng Fang1,2
1Chang Gung University, Taiwan, 2Chang-Gung Memorial Hospital, Taiwan, 3Mackay Memorial Hospital, Taiwan, 4Mackay Medical College, Taiwan
P1-88 The detection of positive responses after a breast cancer diagnosis: A systematic review
Anna Casellas*, Antoni Font, Jaume Vives
Universitat Autňnoma de Barcelona, Spain
P2-141 Empowering cancer patients towards a positive mind: Preliminary findings of a positive psychology program
Simon SO, Freda Lee*
University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong