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Poster Session 3
Friday, 8 November 2013, 13:00 - 13:30
Shipping Hall
P1-106 Further validation of the Symbolic Assessment of Fatigue Extent (SAFE)
Subathra Jeyaram*, Surendran Veeraiah, Vidhubala Elangovan
Cancer Institute (WIA), India
P3-1 Nurses' Need of a Learning Program for Evidence-based Practice at Center Hospitals for Cancer Care in Japan: A Content Analysis of Interviews           
Reiko Makabe*, Noriko Nemoto
Fukushima Medical University, Japan
P3-2 Risk Factors and Prevention of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in Breast Cancer Patients
Giedre Bulotiene1, Jurgita Matuiziene*2, Kestutis Zagminas3
1Institute of Oncology, Vilnius University, Lithuania, 2Vilnius College, University of Applied Sciences, Lithuania, 3Vilnius University, Faculty of Medicine, Lithuania
P3-5 Evidence-Based Practice Related to Effects of Peripheral Neuropathy Caused by Chemotherapy on Quality of Life in Japan: A Literature Review
Noriko Nemoto*, Reiko Makabe
School of Nursing, Fukushima Medical University, Japan
P3-6 Auditing Psychological Interventions In Oncology Patients With The Outcome Rating Scale And Session Rating Scale In A Clinical Health Psychology Setting
Bruce Pereira1,2, Monroope Phull1,3, Ines Ohlhausen1,4, Donna Court1, Iñigo Tolosa*1,2
1University Hospital Birmingham NHS FT, UK, 2Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS FT, UK, 3Aston University, UK, 4Albert-Ludwigs-Universitat Freiburg, Germany
P3-7 Gender differences in cancer caregiving: a Italian study on strain and coping.
Annalisa Stablum1, Samantha Serpentini*1,2, Dora Capozza3, Ines Testoni3, Eleonora Capovilla1
1Veneto Institute of Oncology, IOV - IRCCS, Italy, 2Azienda ULSS 3, Italy, 3Department Of Philosophy, Sociology, Education & Applied Psychology, University of Padua, Italy
P3-10 A Systematic Review Of Patient-Reported Outcome Measures Assessing Quality Of Patient-Centred Cancer Care
Flora Tzelepis*, Shiho Rose, Robert Sanson-Fisher, Tara Clinton-McHarg, Mariko Carey, Christine Paul
University of Newcastle & Hunter Medical Research Institute, Australia
P3-13 Factors influencing the return-to-work experience of women survivors of gynecological cancers: an exploratory descriptive study
Marie-José Durand*, Maryse Caron, Amélie Bertrand
Université de Sherbrooke, Canada
P3-14 Nordic Walking for patients with early stage breast cancer.
Maarten J. Fischer*1, Elly M.M. Krol-Warmerdam1, Gemma M.C. Ranke1, Henricus M. Vermeulen1, Joke Van der Heijden2, Johan W.R. Nortier1, Adrian A. Kaptein1
1Leiden University Medical Center, The Netherlands, 2Action4vitality, The Netherlands
P3-15 Factors Associated with Physical Activity Intervention Adherence and Maintenance incancer survivors during and after treatment: A Systematic Review
Caroline Kampshoff, Mai Chinapaw, Femke Jansen, Johannes Brug, Willem Mechelen van, Laurien Buffart*
VU Medical Center, The Netherlands
P3-16 Work it out: The six steps of intervention mapping process for designing a self-led return -to-work intervention tool
Fehmidah Munir*1, Deborah Wallis1, Katryna Kalawsky1, Emma Donaldson-Feilder2
1Loughborough Univeristy, UK, 2Affinity Health at Work Consultancies, UK
P3-17 Effects of a Brief Outpatient Rehabilitation Program for Cancer Patients on Physical Activity, Return to Work and Quality of Life
Maren Hjelle Guddal1, Alv A. Dahl2,3, Roy Nystad*1, Lene Thorsen2, Sophie D. Fosså2,3, Sigbjørn Smeland3,4
1Dept of Rehabilitation and clinical service, Division of Cancer Medicine, Surgery and Transplantation, Oslo University Hospital, Norway, 2National Resource Center for late effects after cancer treatment, Division of Cancer Medicine, Surgery and Transplantation, Oslo University Hospital, Norway, 3University of Oslo, Norway, 4Division of Cancer Medicine, Surgery and Transplantation, Oslo University Hospital, Norway
P3-18 Physical and mental support in young patients during cancer treatment, a multidisciplinary pilot intervention study
Åse Sagen*, Kjersti Tveten, Guro Hydle Kvalsvik, Gerd Guldbrandsen, Alexandra Østgaard, Inger Thune
Oslo Uiversity Hospital, Norway
P3-20 Patterns of Daily Physical Activity and Fatigue in Cancer Survivors: A Pilot Study
Josien Timmerman*1,2, Marit Dekker1,2, Roel Kurvers2, Thijs Tönis1,2, Hermie Hermens1,2, Miriam Vollenbroek-Hutten1,2
1Roessingh Research and Development, Telemedicine Group, The Netherlands, 2Twente University, Biomedical Signals and Systems Group, The Netherlands
P3-21 Cognitive Functions among Adult Lymphoma Cancer Survivors
Sugumar Venkatesan*1, Surendran Veeraiah1, Prasanth Ganesan1, Rejiv Rajendranath1, Arun Tipandjan2
1Cancer Institute, India, 2International centre for Psychological Counseling adn Social Research, India
P3-22 Work it out: Development of a self-led return-to-work intervention tool using a Delphi consensus-building method
Deborah J Wallis*1, Fehmidah Munir1, Katryna Kalawsky1, Emma Donaldson-Feilder2
1Loughborough University, UK, 2Affinity Health at Work, UK
P3-23 Predictors of Distress in Cancer Patients Under Chemotherapy Treatment
Cristiane Decat Bergerot*1,2, Tereza Cristina Cavalcanti Ferreira Araujo2, Marco Murilo Buso1
1Centro de Câncer de Brasília (CETTRO), Brazil, 2Universidade de Brasília (UnB), Brazil
P3-24 A Preliminary Perspective of Distress Prevalence by Diagnosis and Disease Stage in a Sample of Brazilian Cancer Patients
Cristiane Decat Bergerot*, Paulo Gustavo Bergerot
Centro de Câncer de Brasília (CETTRO), Brazil
P3-25 Breast Cancer Patients: The Relationship of Chemotherapy Regimen and Distress Levels on Different Stages of Treatment
Cristiane Decat Bergerot*1,2, Karen Lynn Clark3, Bartholomeu Torres Tróccoli2, Marco Murilo Buso1, Matthew Loscalzo3
1Centro de Câncer de Brasília (CETTRO), Brazil, 2Universidade de Brasília (UnB), Brazil, 3City of Hope, USA
P3-27 Screening and treatment of psychological distress in colorectal cancer (CRC) with metastasized disease: the TES-trial.
Hanna Bomhof-Roordink, Aartjan T.F. Beekman, Adriaan Honig, Adriaan Hoogendoorn, Mecheline H.M. van der Linden, Berno van Meijel, Chris J.J. Mulder, Maurits W. van Tulder, Elisabeth C.W. Neefjes, Maurice J.D.L. van der Vorst, Henk M.W. Verheul, Joost Dekker*
VU Medical Center, The Netherlands
P3-28 The construction of cancer cause: from identification to psychosocial dynamic
Patrice CANNONE*1, Lionel DANY2, Aude TEMPLIER3, Pascale TOMASINI4, Marjorie BACIUCHKA-PALMARO5, Marie-Frédérique BACQUÉ6
1CHU Timone, service oncologie médicale et oncologie digestive, France, 2Université de Provence, France, 3CHU Timone, service oncologie médicale et oncologie digestive, France, 4CHU hôpital Nord, service oncologie multidisciplinaire et innovations thérapeutiques, France, 5CHU Hôpital Nord, service oncologie multidisciplinaire et innovations thérapeutiques, France, 6EA 3071, University of Strasbourg, France
P3-29 A breast cancer specific screening questionnaire for psychosocial problems: The PDQ-BC
Jolanda De Vries*1,2, Mirjam Bogaarts3, Jan Roukema1,4, Brenda Den Oudsten1,5
1Center of Research on Psychology in Somatic diseases, Dept of Medical and Clinical Psychology, Tilburg University, The Netherlands, 2Dept of Medical Psychology, St Elisabeth Hospital, The Netherlands, 3Dept of Oncology, St Elisabeth Hospital, The Netherlands, 4Dept of Surgery, St Elisabeth Hospital, The Netherlands, 5Dept of Education and Research, St Elisabeth Hospital, The Netherlands
P3-30 Trends in cancer distress: results of a representative population-based investigation
Csaba László Dégi*1, Éva Kállay1, Mária Kopp2
1Babes-Bolyai University, Romania, 2Semmelweis University, Hungary
P3-31 Monitoring Quality of Life (QoL) and distress in patients with breast cancer: the Care Notebook study.
Maarten J. Fischer*, Elly M.M. Krol-Warmerdam, Gemma M.C. Ranke, Mathieu H.W. Zegers, Roeland Aeijelts Averink, Astrid N. Scholten, Judith R. Kroep, Adrian A. Kaptein, Johan W.R. Nortier
Leiden University Medical Center, The Netherlands
P3-32 Psychometric properties of the Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale for cancer patients in the Mexican population
Oscar Galindo Vázquez*1, Corina Benjet2, Francisco Juárez García2, Edith Rojas Castillo4, Angélica Riveros Rosas5, José Luis Aguilar Ponce6, Miguel Ángel Álvarez Avitia6, Salvador Alvarado Aguilar4
1School of Psychology, National Autonomous University of Mexico, National Institute of Cancer of Mexico, Mexico, 2Epidemiological and Psychosocial Research Division, National Institute of Psychiatry ¨Ramón de la Fuente Muñiz¨, Mexico, 3Epidemiological and Psychosocial Research Division, National Institute of Psychiatry ¨Ramón de la Fuente Muñiz¨, Mexico, 4Psycho-oncology Service, National Cancer Institute of Mexico, Mexico, 5Division of Research, School of Accounting and Administration, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico, 6Division of Internal Medicine, National Cancer Institute of Mexico, Mexico, 7Division of Internal Medicine, National Cancer Institute of Mexico, Mexico, 8Psycho-oncology Service, National Cancer Institute of Mexico, Mexico
P3-36 Phenomenology of subsyndromal delirium in postoperative esophageal cancer patients
Akiko Hayashi*, Noriatsu Tatematsu, Toshiya Murai
Kyoto University, Japan
P3-38 Distress screening by Distress Thermometer in a community psycho-social oncology center - sharing of the local experience in Hong Kong
Wong Ka Yuk*, Wong Kam Fung
CancerLink Support Centre of Hong Kong Cancer Fund, Hong Kong
P3-39 Associations Between Psychological And Physical After-Effects In Women Undergoing Colposcopy And Related Procedures For Follow-up For An Abnormal Cervical Smear
Mairead O'Connor*1, Judith Murphy1, Christine White2,3, Carmel Ruttle3, Cara Martin2,3, Grainne Flannelly4, Gunther von Bunau3, John O'Leary2,3, Loretto Pilkington3, Mary Anglim3, Michael Turner3, Nadine Farah3, Sinead Cleary3, Tom Darcy3, Walter Prendiville3, Linda Sharp1
1National Cancer Registry Ireland, Ireland, 2Trinity College Dublin, Ireland, 3Coombe Women's and Infants University Hospital, Ireland, 4National Maternity Hospital, Ireland
P3-40 Prevalence And Predictors Of Anxiety And Worry In Women After Colposcopy: A Longitudinal Study
Mairead O'Connor*1, Judith Murphy1, Christine White2,3, Carmel Ruttle3, Cara Martin2,3, Grainne Flannelly4, Gunther von Bunau3, John O'Leary2,3, Loretto Pilkington3, Mary Anglim3, Michael Turner3, Nadine Farah3, Sinead Cleary3, Tom Darcy3, Walter Prendiville3, Linda Sharp1
1National Cancer Registry Ireland, Ireland, 2Trinity College Dublin, Ireland, 3Coombe Women's and Infants University Hospital, Ireland, 4National Maternity Hospital, Ireland
P3-41 The Distress Thermometer and the PHQ-2 for ultra-brief screening depression of cancer patients in Korea
Hye Yoon Park*1,2, Jong-Heun Kim3, Bong-Jin Hahm1,2
1Seoul National University Hospital, Republic of Korea, 2Seoul National University College of Medicine, Republic of Korea, 3National Cancer Center, Republic of Korea
P3-42 Distress in women recently diagnosed with breast cancer.
F.K. Ploos van Amstel*, M.F.M. Gielissen, K.H. Sessink, W.T.A. van der Graaf, J.B. Prins, P.B. Ottevanger
Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre, The Netherlands
P3-43 The dynamics of perceived control on the evolution of emotional distress in women with breast cancer
Bertrand Porro*1,3, Stéphanie de Chalvron1,3, Florence Cousson-Gélie2,3
1Paul Valéry Montpellier 3 University, France, 2Epidaure, ICM, France, 3Epsylon Laboratory, France
P3-44 Screening cancer patients distress and care needs: translation and validation of the Cancer Rehabilitation Evaluation System (CARES) for the Flemish population in Belgium
Bojoura Schouten*1, Johan Hellings1,2, Patrick Vankrunkelsven3,4, Kris Vanhaecht5,6
1Department of Medicine and Life Sciences, University of Hasselt, Belgium, 2ICURO, Belgium, 3Academic Centre for General Practice (ACHC), Department of Medicine, University of Leuven, Belgium, 4Belgian Center for Evidence-Based Medicine (CEBAM), Belgium, 5Center for Health Services and Nursing Research (CZV), Department of Public Health and Primary Care, University of Leuven, Belgium, 6The European Pathway Association (EPA), Belgium
P3-45 Fear of recurrence in head and neck cancer patients.
Brooke Swash*1, Nicholas Hulbert-Williams1, Gozde Ozakinci2, Jason Fenemore1, Gerry Humphries2, Simon Rogers3
1University of Chester, UK, 2University of St Andrews, UK, 3Aintree University Hospital, UK
P3-46 In what ways and fields can the ORS/SRS (PCOMS) be useful in clinical practice? A Literature Review
Inès Ohlhausen1, Ruchika Gajwani2, Iñigo Tolosa*3,4
1Albert-Ludwigs-Universität, Germany, 2The University of Birmingham, UK, 3Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health FNHST, UK, 4University Hospital Birmingham FNHST, UK
P3-47 The Impact Of Physical Symptoms In The Course Of Distress, Anxiety And Depression In Lung Cancer Patients During Chemotherapy
Claudia van Helden*1, Anja van den Hout1, Lilian Lechner2, Nele Jacobs2, Jill Lobbestael3
1Atrium medisch centrum, The Netherlands, 2Open Universteit Nederland, The Netherlands, 3RINO Zuid Nederland, The Netherlands
P3-48 Trajectories of psychosocial distress and its correlation with physical problems, social support, coping styles and posttraumatic growth among breast cancer survivors
Ging-Long Wang1,2, Shih-Ming Shih1, Yi-Chen Hou1, Sheng-Hui Hsu1, An-Chen Feng1, Chih-Tao Cheng1,3, Po-Hsien Lin*1
1Koo Foundation Sun Yat-Sen Cancer Center, Taiwan, 2National Yang-Ming University School of Medicine, Taiwan, 3National Defense University, Taiwan
P3-49 Psychosocial and physical problems experienced by patients visiting a skin- and melanoma center
Frank Weesie*, Marianne Crijns, Marianne Kuenen, Germaine Relyveld, Sylvia ter Meulen, Biljana Zupan, Eveline Bleiker
the Netherlands Cancer Institute, The Netherlands
P3-52 Psychological stress of raised CA125 in post treatment asymptomatic ovarian carcinoma follow up
Biman Chakrabarti*, Nidhuranjan Mondal, Tanmoy Chatterjee, Rahul Roychowdhuri
SGCC&RI, India
P3-53 Health-related stigma in lung cancer: piloting an acceptance-based approach
Suzanne Chambers1, Samantha Clutton*1, Elizabeth Foley1, Bronwyn Morris1, Diane O’Connell1, Penelope Schofield1, Jeff Dunn1
1Griffith Health Institute, Griffith University, Australia, 27Cancer Council Queensland, Australia, 3Mind Potential. Centre for Training and Research, Australia, 4Griffith Health Institute, Griffith University, Australia, 5Peter McCallum Cancer Centre, Australia, 6Cancer Council New South Wales, Australia, 77Cancer Council Queensland, Australia
P3-55 Prostate Specific Antigen Utility and Anxiety in the Management of Prostate Cancer by Active Surveillance
Jake Anderson1,2, Jane Fletcher*2,5, Lina Ricciardelli1, Susan Burney2,5, Joanne Brooker2,5, Mark Frydenberg3,4
1School of Psychology, Deakin University, Australia, 2Cabrini Monash Psycho-Oncology, Cabrini Institute, Cabrini Health,, Australia, 3Department of Surgery Monash University, Australia, 4Department of Urology, Monash Medical Centre, Southern Health, Australia, 5Department of Psychology and Psychiatry, Monash University, Australia
P3-57 The Life experience of patients with Hepatocellular carcinoma
In-Fun Li1,2
1Doctoral Candidate, School of Nursing, National Taipei University of nursing and health Sciences, Taiwan, 2Supervisor, Department of Nursing, Mackay Memorial Hospital, Taiwan
P3-58 Understanding mediation effect of cancer-related rumination between physical symptom distress and psychological distress in Chinese Colorectal cancer patients
Wai Yee Wylie Li*1, Wing Tak Wendy Lam1, Wai Lun Law2, Jensen Poon2, Richard Fielding1
1Centre for Psycho-oncological Research and Training, School of Public Health, HKU, Hong Kong, 2Department of Surgery, HKU, Hong Kong
P3-59 Psychiatric Rehabilitation of Patients with Oesophageal Cancer
Gholam Mobaraky
Isfahan University of Medical Science, Iran
P3-60 Psychiatric Symptoms & Brain Tumors - updating
Vânia Viveiros1, Lúcia Monteiro*2
1Centro Hospitalar Psiquiátrico de Lisboa, Portugal, 2Instituto Português Oncologia de Lisboa, Portugal
P3-61 The Impact Of Being Diagnosed With Lung Cancer: A Qualitative Interview Study
Sijrike van der Mei*1, Geke Dijkstra2, Ria Ziengs3, Marleen Stokroos4, Robbert Sanderman5
1Dept. of Health Sciences, University Medical Center Groningen (UMCG), University of Groningen, The Netherlands, 2Dept. of Applied Research in Care, UMCG, The Netherlands, 3Dept. of Pulmonary Diseases, UMCG, The Netherlands, 4Dept. of Pulmonary Diseases, UMCG, The Netherlands, 5Dept. of Health Psychology, UMCG, The Netherlands
P3-62 "It is not that easy to switch off to it- the second time round": Experiences of patients with a recurrent bowel cancer and their partners
Marta Wanat*1, Eila Watson1, Mary Boulton1, Bee Wee2
1Oxford Brookes University, UK, 2Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust, UK
P3-64 Spiritual care by nurses in curative cancer care: experiences and expectations of patients
Marieke Groot*1, Helen Koning1, Anja Visser1, René Leeuwen, van2, Bert Garssen1
1Helen Dowling Institute, The Netherlands, 2Reformed University for Applied Sciences, The Netherlands
P3-65 Writing a spiritual autobiography: inner dialogue, life orientation and resilience in cancer patients
Irma Verdonck1,2, Ruard Ganzevoort1, Lenneke Post*2, Jannette Delver2
1VU university, The Netherlands, 2VU mc, The Netherlands
P3-66 Spirituality/religious conviction in cancer patients
Anahita Paula Rassoulian*1, Arndt Büssing2, Alexander Gaiger1
1Department of Medicine I, Division of Hematology and Hemostaseology, Medical University of Vienna, Austria, 2Department of Medical Theory and Complementary Medicine, University Witten/Herdecke, Germany
P3-68 Meaning Making in Cancer Survivors: a Focus Group Study
Nadia van der Spek*1, Joel Vos2, Cornelia van Uden-Kraan1, William Breitbart4, Rob Tollenaar1, Pim Cuijpers1, Irma Verdonck-de Leeuw1,3
1VU University, The Netherlands, 2Leiden University Medical Center, The Netherlands, 3VU University Medical Center, The Netherlands, 4Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer, USA
P3-70 Adventure Therapy: A novel approach to increasing physical activity and physical self-concept in young adult cancer survivors
Lisa J. Belanger1, Erin McGowan3, Michael Lang*2, Lacy Bradley2, Kerry S. Courneya1
1University of Alberta, Canada, 2University of Calgary, Canada, 3Memorial University, Canada
P3-71 Predictors of emotional well-being of adolescent childhood cancer survivors
Marek Blatný*1, Martin Jelínek1, Irena Komárková2, Tomáš Kepák3
1Inst of Psychology, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Czech Republic, 2Dpt of Psychiatry, University Hospital Brno, Czech Republic, 3Dpt of Paediatric Oncology, University Hospital Brno, Czech Republic
P3-72 Distress, Problems, And Supportive Care Needs After Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation
Annemarie Braamse*1,2, Berno van Meijel2,4, Otto Visser3, Peter Huijgens3, Aartjan Beekman1, Joost Dekker1
1Department of Psychiatry and EMGO Institute for Health and Care Research, VU University Medical Center, The Netherlands, 2Inholland University of Applied Sciences, Department of Health, Sports & Welfare / Cluster Nursing, Research Group Mental Health Nursing, The Netherlands, 3Department of Hematology, VU University Medical Center, The Netherlands, 4Parnassia Psychiatric Institute, The Netherlands
P3-73 Anxiety And Depression Severity In Colorectal Cancer Survivors: A Comparison With The NESDA-Cohort
Annemarie Braamse*1, Sietze van Turenhout1, Jochim Terhaar sive Droste1, Gerrit de Groot2, René van der Hulst3, Michael Klemt-Kropp4, Sjoerd Kuiken5, Ruud Loffeld6, Tessa Uiterwaal7, Brenda Penninx1, Jan Smit1, Chris Mulder1, Joost Dekker1
1VU University Medical Center, The Netherlands, 2Rode Kruis Hospital, The Netherlands, 3Kennemer Gasthuis, The Netherlands, 4Medical Center Alkmaar, The Netherlands, 5Sint Lucas Andreas Hospital, The Netherlands, 6Zaans Medical Center, The Netherlands, 7Spaarne Hospital, The Netherlands
P3-74 Unemployment among breast cancer survivors
Kathrine Carlsen*1, Marianne Ewertz2, Susanne O. Dalton3, Merete Osler1
1Research Centre for Prevention and Health, Denmark, 2Department of Oncology, Odense University Hospital, Institute of Clinical Research, Denmark, 3Survivorship, Danish Cancer Society Research Center, Denmark
P3-75 Breast cancer survivors and innovative return and stay at work intervention: a research protocol
Maryse Caron*1, Dominique Tremblay1,2, Marie-José Durand1,3
1Université de Sherbrooke, Canada, 2Centre de recherche de l'Hôpital Charles LeMoyne, Canada, 3Chaire de rechercher en réadaptation au travail J.A. Bombardier et Pratt & Whitney Canada, Canada
P3-76 Relationship of fatigue, exercise intensity, depression, physical status and fatigue related factors in head and neck cancer survivors in Taiwan
Yen-Ju Chen*, Yeur-Hur Lai, Yun-Hsiang Lee, Yuan-Yuan Fang
National Taiwan University, Taiwan
P3-77 "It never be the same:" Adjusting to real life after breast cancer treatment
SooJung Park*1, Im-Ryung Kim2, Jung Hee Yoon2, Danbee Kang1, Eun-Kyung Choi2, Juhee Cho3
1Department of Health Science and Technology, School of Medicine and SAHIST, Sungkyunkwan University, Republic of Korea, 2Cancer Education Center, Samsung Comprehensive Cancer Center, Samsung Medical Center, Sungkyunkwan University School of Medicine, Republic of Korea, 3Departments of Health, Behavior and Society and Epidemiology, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, USA
P3-79 Fear of Cancer Recurrence in Patients with Colorectal Cancer - a Retrospective Study
José Custers*1, Marieke Gielissen1, Stephanie Janssen2, Hans De Wilt2, Judith Prins1
1Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre, Department of Medical Psychology, The Netherlands, 2Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre, Department of Surgery, The Netherlands
P3-80 Physical Exercise and Return to Work: Cancer Survivors' Experiences
Iris Groeneveld, Angela de Boer*, Monique Frings-Dresen
Coronel Institute of Occupational Health, Academic Medical Center, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
P3-81 Women's experiences of social support during the first year following primary breast cancer surgery 
Sigrunn Drageset*1, Torill Christine Lindstrøm2, Tove Giske3
1Bergen University College, Faculty of Healh and Social Sciences, Norway, 2University of Bergen, Faculty of Psychology, Norway, 3Haraldsplass Deaconess University College, Norway
P3-82 Physical and psychosocial problems in cancer survivors beyond return to work: a systematic review
Saskia Duijts*1, Martine van Egmond1, Evelien Spelten2, Peter van Muijen1, Johannes Anema1, Allard van der Beek1
1VU University Medical Center, The Netherlands, 2Dutch Organisation of Psychosocial Oncology, The Netherlands
P3-83 Early stage lung cancer survivors' characteristics and relevant factors of sleep disturbance
Yow Shan Han*, Yeur Hur Lai, Chia Tai Hung, Chia Ling Chang
National Taiwan University School of Nursign, Taiwan
P3-86 Interventions to improve the well-being of breast cancer survivors at the end of active treatment: A systematic review of the literature.
Nick Hulbert-Williams*1, Samantha Flynn1, Lisa Heaton-Brown1, Karen Scanlon2
1University of Chester, UK, 2Breast Cancer Care, UK
P3-87 The variance of Physical Activity and Psychological Distress of Patient with Early Stage Lung Cancer through three months after tumor removal
Chia Tai Hung*1, Yeur Hur Lai1, Yun Hsiang Lee1, Chia Ling Chang1, Jin Shing Chen2
1National Taiwan University School of Nursing, Taiwan, 2National Taiwan University College of Medicine, Taiwan
P3-88 Relationship between Sleep Problem and Anxiety in the Head-and-Neck Cancer Survivors.
Yu-Ju Hung*, Yeur Hur Lai, Yun Hsiang Lee, Yen-Ju Chen, Chia Tai Hung
National Taiwan University, Taiwan
P3-89 Impact of a Bilingual Education Intervention on the Quality of Life of Latina Breast Cancer Survivors
Gloria Juarez*, Arti Hurria, Gwen Uman, Betty Ferrell
City of Hope, USA
P3-90 POST- CANCER PAIN IN LONG-TERM CANCER SERVIVOR.
Diocles Kaimukilwa
Makerere, Uganda
P3-91 Long term effects of altered appearance due to breast cancer treatment
Danbee Kang*1, Im-Ryung Kim2, Eun-Kyung Choi2, Soo Jung Park1, Juhee Cho1,3
1Department of Health Science and Technology, School of Medicine and SAHISTSungkyunkwan University, Republic of Korea, 2Education Center, Samsung Comprehensive Cancer Center, Samsung Medical Center, Sungkyunkwan University School of Medicine, Republic of Korea, 3Department of Health, Behavior and Society and EpidemiologyJohns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, USA
P3-92 Body Image in Cancer Survivors: A Systematic Review
Vicky Lehmann*, Marrit A. Tuinman, Mariët Hagedorn
University of Groningen, University Medical Center Groningen (UMCG), Health Psychology Section, The Netherlands
P3-94 Impact of Active Surveillance, Chlorambucil and Chemo-/Immunotherapy on Health-Related Quality of Life in Patients with Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia in The Netherlands. Results of the Population-based PHAROS-registry
Simone Oerlemans*1,2, Esther Van den Broek1, Ward Posthuma3, Marten Nijziel4, Jan Willem Coebergh1,5, Lonneke Van de Poll-Franse1,2
1Comprehensive Cancer Center South/Eindhoven Cancer Registry, The Netherlands, 2Tilburg University, The Netherlands, 3Leiden University Medical Center, The Netherlands, 4Maxima Medical Center, The Netherlands, 5Erasmus University, The Netherlands
P3-95 Development of a self-management psychosocial intervention for men with prostate cancer and their partners: lessons learnt from the ‘real world’
Eilis McCaughan1, Gillian Prue*2, Oonagh McSorley1, Kader Parahoo1
1Institute of Nursing and Health Research, University of Ulster, UK, 2School of Nursing and Midwifery, Queens University Belfast, UK
P3-96 "Moving Forward": developing a new evidence-based information resource for breast cancer survivors 
Karen Scanlon*1, Liz Reed2, Emma Blows3, Julie Wray4, Debbie Fenlon5
1Breast Cancer Care, UK, 2Princess Alice Hospice, UK, 3Kings College London University, UK, 4Service Research User Partnership, Breast Cancer Care, UK, 5University of Southampton, UK
P3-97 Dispositional optimism and fatigue in breast cancer survivors.
Inger Schou Bredal
Oslo University Hospital and the University in Oslo, Norway
P3-98 "You shouldn't be too suspicious of your wellbeing" - hope and courage to face life in women undergoing ovarian cancer surgery
Lene Seibaek*1, Niels Christian Hvidt2, Lise Hounsgaard2
1Aarhus University Hospital, Denmark, 2University of Southern Denmark, Denmark
P3-99 Predictors of psychological well-being among prostate cancer survivors
Frances Drummond1, Heather Kinnear2, Eamonn O'Leary1, Anna Gavin2, Linda Sharp*1
1National Cancer Registry Ireland, Ireland, 2Northern Ireland Cancer Registry, Ireland
P3-101 A web-based needs survey of young adult cancer service users in Hong Kong
Lee Siu Mei
University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
P3-102 A Systematic Review of Fertility and Parenthood Issues in Female Cancer Survivors
Aleksandra Sobota*, Gozde Ozakinci
University of St Andrews, UK
P3-103 Sexual function among young breast cancer survivors in Japan correlates with sexual communication with partners
Miyako Takahashi*1, Akira Oshima2, Norikazu Masuda3, Ayako Shikata3, Atsuko Kitano4, Eriko Tokunaga5, Atsushi Fukuuchi6, Shinji Ohno2
1National Cancer Center, Japan, 2National Kyushu Cancer Center, Japan, 3NHO Osaka National Hospital, Japan, 4St Luke’s International Hospital, Japan, 5Kyushu University, Japan, 6Mitsui Memorial Hospita, Japan
P3-104 Variation in fatigue among 6011 cancer survivors and the normative population: a study from the population-based PROFILES registry
Olga Husson1, Floortje Mols1,2, Lonneke van de Poll-Franse1,2, Jolanda de Vries1,3, Goof Schep4, Melissa Thong*1,2
1Tilburg University, The Netherlands, 2Comprehensive Cancer Center South, The Netherlands, 3St. Elisabeth Hospital, The Netherlands, 4Maxima Medical Center, The Netherlands
P3-105 Lay Perceptions of Cancer and Attitudes Towards Cancer Survivors in Community: Lay People and Cancer Survivors' Perspectives in Japan
Miyako Tsuchiya
Chiba University, Japan
P3-106 The Impact of an Automatically Generated Survivorship Care Plan on Patient Reported Outcomes (ROGY Care): Results of a Pragmatic Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial among Endometrial Cancer Patients
Lonneke van de Poll-Franse*1,2, Kim Nicolaije1,2, Nicole Ezendam1,2, Caroline Vos3, Dorry Boll4, Johanna Pijnenborg4, Anne Roukema1,3, Roy Kruitwagen5
1Tilburg University, The Netherlands, 2Comprehensive Cancer Centre South, The Netherlands, 3Elisabeth Hospital, The Netherlands, 4Tweesteden Hospital, The Netherlands, 5Maastricht University Medical Center, The Netherlands
P3-108 Work status and work disability in colorectal cancer survivors: a population-based study
Sijrike van der Mei*1, Melissa Thong2,3, Angela De Boer4, Lonneke Van de Poll-Franse2,3, Floor Mols2,3
1Dept. of Health Sciences, University Medical Center Groningen, University of Groningen, The Netherlands, 2CoRPS - Center of Research on Psychology in Somatic Diseases, Tilburg University, The Netherlands, 3Comprehensive Cancer Centre South, Eindhoven Cancer Registry, The Netherlands, 4Coronel Institute of Occupational Health, Academic Medical Center, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
P3-109 Breast cancer survivors’ physical and psychosocial profiles and their relationship to the need for information and support after primary medical treatment: a cluster-analytic approach
Elke Van Hoof*1, Evelyn Pauwels1,2, Caroline Charlier2, Ilse De Bourdeaudhuij2
1Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium, 2UGent, Belgium
P3-110 Evaluation of Group Medical Consultations in the Follow-up of Breast Cancer: a Randomized Controlled Pilot Study
Annemiek Visser*1, Hanneke Van Laarhoven1,2, Margrethe Schlooz1, Thijs Van Dalen3, Judith Prins1
1Radboud University Medical Centre, The Netherlands, 2Academic Medical Center, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 3Diakonessenhuis, The Netherlands
P3-111 Neuropathic symptoms among colorectal cancer patients with diabetes: Results from the population-based PROFILES registry
P.A.J. Vissers*1,2, F.M. Mols1,2, M.S.Y. Thong1,2, F. Pouwer1, L.V. van de Poll-Franse1,2
1CoRPS - Center of Research on Psychology in Somatic diseases, Department of Medical Psychology and Clinical Psychology, Tilburg University, The Netherlands, 2Comprehensive Cancer Centre South, Eindhoven Cancer Registry, The Netherlands
P3-112 The individual and combined effects of colorectal cancer and diabetes on health-related quality of life and sexual functioning: 1+1=3?
P.A.J. Vissers*1,2, M.S.Y. Thong1,2, F. Pouwer1, B.L. den Oudsten1,3, G.A.P. Nieuwenhuijzen4, L.V. van de Poll-Franse1,2
1CoRPS - Center of Research on Psychology in Somatic diseases, Department of Medical Psychology and Clinical Psychology, Tilburg University, The Netherlands, 2Comprehensive Cancer Centre South, Eindhoven Cancer Registry, The Netherlands, 3Department of Education and Research, St. Elisabeth Hospital, The Netherlands, 4Department of Surgery, Catharina Hospital, The Netherlands
P3-113 Information And Support Needs Among A Diverse Sample Of Adult Cancer Survivors In The First Year After Completion Of Their Primary Treatment
Roy Willems*1, Ilse Mesters2, Catherine Bolman1, Iris Kanera1, Audrey Beaulen1, Lilian Lechner1
1Open University of the Netherlands, The Netherlands, 2Maastricht University, The Netherlands
P3-114 Yoga on Psychological Recovery From “Object Loss” for Breast Cancer Survivors – Results from a Pilot Study
YAYOI YAMAUCHI*1, YOSHIO NAKAMURA2
1Graduate school of Waseda University, Japan, 2Faculty of Sport Sciences, Waseda University, Japan
P3-115 The contribution of attachment to psychological adjustment in women facing breast cancer
Sarah Cairo Notari*1, Nicolas Favez1, Linda Charvoz1, Luca Notari1, Bénédicte Panes-Ruedin1, Jean-François Delaloye2
1NCCR Lives & FPSE, University of Geneva, Switzerland, 2CHUV, University of Lausanne, Switzerland
P3-116 A 1-YEAR FOLLOW-UP OF POSTTRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER (PTSD) SYMPTOMS AND SOCIAL SUPPORT PERCEIVED IN CANCER
Gema Costa-Requena*1,2, Rafael Ballester Arnal2, Francisco Gil3
1Department of Psychiatry. Hospital Universitari Vall d'Hebron. CIBERSAM. Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona., Spain, 2Department of Basic Psychology, Clinical psychology and Psychobiology. Universitat Jaume I., Spain, 3Psycho-oncology Unit. Hospital Duran i Reynals., Spain
P3-117 Personality factors in adhesion to Tobacco cessation after lung cancer diagnosis
Jonathan GRAFFI*1, Elisabeth QUOIX2, Anita MOLARD2, Marie-Frédérique BACQUÉ3
1Hôpitaux Universitaires de Strasbourg, EA 3071 University of Strasbourg, France, 2Hôpitaux Universitaires de Strasbourg, France, 3EA 3071, University of Strasbourg, France
P3-118 Psycho-social Correlates of Fatigue in Chronic Myeloid Leukemia.
Subathra Jeyaram*, Vidhubala Elangovan, Rejiv Rajendranath
Cancer Institute (WIA), India
P3-119 Personality traits and coping styles explain anxiety in lung cancer patients to a greater extent than other factors
Ken Shimizu
National Cancer Center Hospital, Japan
P3-120 Comparison Between Patients with Hepatocellular Carcinoma and Hepatitis C in    Fatigue and Psychological Distress Before Receiving Treatment
Shiow-Ching Shun*1, Yeur-Hur Lai1, Chen-Hua Liu2
1College of Medicine, National Taiwan University, Taiwan, 2Department of Internal Medicine, National Taiwan University Hospital, Taiwan
P3-121 Shared Decision Making in Dermato-Oncology – Preference for Involvement of Melanoma Patients
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
P3-122 The INvolvement of breast CAncer patients during oncological consultations. A multi-centre randomized controlled trial. The INCA study protocol.
Claudia Goss1, Alberto Ghilardi3, Giuseppe Deledda*1,2, Chiara Buizza3, Alessandro Bottacini1, Irene Bighelli1, Maria Angela Mazzi1, Lidia Del Piccolo1, Michela Rimondini1, Federica Chiodera1, Mario Ballarin1, Maria Grazia Strepparava4, Annamaria Molino2, Elena Fiorio2, Rolando Nortilli5, Chiara Caliolo5, Alessandra Auriemma5, Edda Lucia Simoncini6, Richard Brown7, Christa Zimmermann1
1Department of Public Health and Community Medicine, University of Verona, Italy, 2O.U. of Oncology d.O., Ospedale Civile Maggiore, Hospital Trust of Verona, Verona, Italy, Italy, 3Department of Childcare and Biomedical Technologies, Section of Clinical Psychology, Faculty of Medicine and Surgery, University of Brescia, Italy, 4Department of Experimental Medicine, Section of Clinical Psychology, Faculty of Medicine and Surgery, University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy, 5Oncology Unit of Oncology, Policlinico G. Rossi, Hospital Trust of Verona, Italy, 6Medical Oncology, Spedali Civili, Italy, 7Department of Social and Behavioral Health, School of Medicine, Virginia Commonwealth University, USA
P3-123 Are they crazy to refuse chemotherapy?Treatment refusal: does it result from Autonomism movement in western societies or does it reveal problems in the physician-patient relationship?
Livia Edery*, Marie-Frédérique Bacqué
Louis Pasteur university, France
P3-124 Dutch oncologists' views on and self-reported use of risk prediction models in the breast cancer setting
Ellen Engelhardt*1, Arwen Pieterse1, Nanny van Duijn-Bakker1, Ellen Smets2, Hanneke de Haes2, Anne Stiggelbout1
1Leiden University Medical Center, The Netherlands, 2Academic Medical Center, The Netherlands
P3-127 Beliefs about medicines among cancer patients: an international study
Federica Ruffilli1, Alessandra Montesi2, Maria Giulia Nanni3, Elisabeth Andritsch4, Eva Juan Linares5, Marta Bellè6, Agustina Sirgo Rodriguez7, Maria Alejandra Berardi1, Laura Cavana2, Elena Meggiolaro1, Maura Muccini2, Elena Samorì2, Ilaria Strada2, Elisa Ruggeri2, 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, 4University Clinic of Internal Medicine, Division of Oncology, Medical University of Graz, Austria, 5Psycho-Oncology Unit, Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau, Barcelona, Spain, 6Department of Oncology, Cà Foncello Hospital of Treviso, Italy, 7Psycho-oncology Unit Oncology Department, University Hospital Sant Joan de Reus, Spain
P3-128 Patients' views on shared decision making concerning a new treatment approach for early stage lung cancer - a mixed methods study
Wendy Hopmans*, Olga Damman, Suresh Senan, Egbert Smit, Danielle Timmermans
VU University medical center, The Netherlands
P3-129 Human-Centred Research and Its Application to the Rapid and Iterative Design of Digital Treatment-Decision-Making Support Tools
Julie Man*2, Nicholas Woolridge1, Jodie Jenkinson1, Shelley Wall1, Susan Bartlett2, Michelle McCune2
1University of Toronto, Canada, 2Bridgeable, Canada
P3-130 Advance Directives is Romania - Accepted or Not ?
Andrada Parvu*1,2, Silvia Dumitras2, Rodica Gramma2, Angela Enache2, Stefana Moisa2, Gabriel Roman2, Beatrice Ioan2
1“Iuliu Hatieganu” University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Romania, 2Center of Ethics and Health Policies,“Gr T Popa” University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Romania
P3-131 College Males HPV Vaccine Decision-Making in the Post-Recommendation Era
Samara Perez*1,2, Leonora King4,1, Zeev Jewish General Hospital1,3
1McGill University, Canada, 2Jewish General Hospital, Canada, 3Louise Granofsky Psychosocial Oncology Program, Segal Cancer Center, Jewish General Hospital, Canada, 4Lady Davis Institute for Medical Research, Canada
P3-132 Information to design a surgical decision aid for young breast cancer patients
Alejandra Recio-Saucedo*, Claire Foster, Sue Gerty, Ramsey Cutress, Diana Eccles
University of Southampton, UK
P3-133 Parental Decision-Making about the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccine for their Daughters
Andrea Krawczyk2,1, Bärbel Knäuper2, Vladimir Gilca4,5, Eve Dubé4,5, Zeev Rosberger*1,3
1Louise Granofsky Psychosocial Oncology Program, Segal Cancer Center, Jewish General Hospital,, Canada, 2McGill University, Canada, 3Lady Davis Institute for Medical Research and McGill University, Canada, 4Institut national de santé publique du Québec, Canada, 5Laval University, Canada
P3-134 Exploring the association of patient age and symptom presentation on physician diagnostic decisions for colorectal cancer
Maria D. Thomson*, Laura A. Siminoff
Virginia Commonwealth University, USA
P3-135 Patients' decision-making in a multidisciplinary approach: met and unmet needs
Lara Bellardita1, Silvia Villa*1, Tiziana Magnani1, Davide Biasoni2, Silvia Stagni2, Sergio Villa3, Riccardo Valdagni1,3
1Prostate Cancer Program, Fondazione IRCCS Istituto Nazionale dei Tumori, Italy, 2Dept. of Urology, Fondazione IRCCS Istituto Nazionale dei Tumori, Italy, 3Radiation Oncology 1, Fondazione IRCCS Istituto Nazionale dei Tumori, Italy
P3-137 Assessing dignity-related distress in a sample of Italian cancer patients.
Maria Giulia Nanni*1, Alessandra Palma2,3, Cinzia Silvestrini4, Luigi Grassi1
1Psychiatry, Department of Biomedical and Specialty Surgical Sciences, University of Ferrara, Italy, 2Dipartimento di Oncologia Medica dell'Arnas, Italy, 3Fondazione Alazio, Italy, 4Section of Psychiatry, University of Chieti, Italy
P2-76 Community-based Exercise Intervention for Oncology Patients suffering from Fatigue: Effects on Symptoms, Psychosocial Health, Aerobic Fitness and Body Composition: A pilot study
Stefanie De Jesus*1, Lyndsay Fitzgeorge2, David Massel3, Harry Prapavessis1, Michael Sanatani3, Neville Suskin3, Karen Unsworth0
1The University of Western Ontario, Canada, 2Fanshawe College, Canada, 3London Health Sciences Centre, Canada
P3-138 Effectiveness of Dutch psycho-social interventions for oncology patients: Balancing between research facts and health care policy
Marieke Wildenbeest, MSC*1, Adriaan Visser2
1Research assistant Psychosocial Oncology Centre De Vruchtenburg, Rotterdam, the Netherlands; Department of Health Economics Policy and Law, Institute of Health Policy and Management, The Netherlands, 2Researcher at Psychosocial oncology centre De Vruchtenburg, Rotterdam, the Netherlands; senior researcher at the Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences, Knowledge Centre Innovations in Care, The Netherlands
P1-123 Quality treatment for PCa: a patients' view
Hans Ransdorp
prostaatKankerStichting, The Netherlands
P3-139 Personality Correlates of Colorectal Cancer
Shulamith Kreitler*1,2, Michal M. Kreitler1
1Tel-Aviv University, Israel, 2Sheba Medical Center, Israel
P3-140 Personal Growth in Cancer Patients: The Cognitive Orientation Approach
Shulamith Kreitler*1,2, Michal M. Kreitler1
1Tel-Aviv University, Israel, 2Sheba Medical Center, Israel
P3-141 Where to Die? This is the Question
Shulamith Kreitler*1,2, Frida Barak3, Sophie Livshits3, Nava Siegelmann-Danieli4
1Tel-Aviv University, Israel, 2Sheba Medical Center, Israel, 3Barzilai Medical Center, Israel, 4Maccabi Healthcare Service, Israel