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An Evidence-Based Approach to the Treatment and Care of the Older Adult with Cancer

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Published by Oncology Nursing Society .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Oncology,
  • Nursing - Gerontology,
  • Medical,
  • Medical / Nursing,
  • Nursing,
  • Nursing - Oncology & Cancer,
  • Geriatric oncology,
  • Cancer

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsDiane G. Cope (Editor), Anne M. Reb (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages624
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8714707M
    ISBN 101890504580
    ISBN 109781890504588

    Evidence Informed Nursing with Older People is an essential text for nursing students and registered nurses working with older people who are seeking to make connections between theory, evidence and value based gerontological : Paperback. Evidenced-Based Treatment for Older Adults Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Evidence-Based Social Work 1(4) May with 22 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

      Evidence-Based Geriatric Nursing Protocols for Best Practice book, as well as a content editor for since its inception. She has been a registered nurse for 32 years with clinical practice experience as a geriatric nurse practitioner since in primary care, subacute, long-term care, and recently palliative care and a Brand: Springer Publishing Company. The California Institute for Behavioral Health Solutions does not provide mental health or substance use services i.e., crisis intervention. Below is a list of local county mental health hour crisis intervention numbers (Courtesy of CBHDA). Local County Mental Health Hour Crisis Intervention Numbers. Please dial if you are in doubt.

      Evidence Based Treatment with Older Adults: Theory, Practice, and Research provides a detailed examination of five research-supported psychosocial interventions for use with older adults: cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, life review/reminiscence, problem solving therapy, and psychoeducational/social support approaches. These interventions address the diversity of mental 5/5(2). Background: Care of the elderly in the primary care setting has not always been based on evidence that has been shown to be effective in preventing and detecting disease and injury.


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An Evidence-Based Approach to the Treatment and Care of the Older Adult With Cancer. Highlighting a recent frontier in the field of oncology, the highly specialized and individually tailored care of the older adult, this text provides you with a comprehensive guide to caring for this ever-growing patient population.

An Evidence-Based Approach to the Treatment and Care of the Older Adult with Cancer: Medicine & Health Science Books @ The evidence-based practice approach is timely and provides the foundation for nursing practice that is the expected standard of care.

The use of the case study at the end of each chapter assists the reader in the synthesis and application of the information. The book addresses every aspect of the care and treatment of not only the cancer patient, but also the family.

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While age alone is no longer an exclusion criteria, little evidence exists describing how psycho-social and behavioral factors influence decisions to treat, the course of treatment, or the outcomes of care for older adults with cancer.

Older cancer patients are physiologically, psychologically, socially, economically and culturally by:   Oncology: An Evidence-Based Approach is a textbook designed to reflect the principles and current practice of oncology with contributors from the fields of medical, surgical, and radiation oncology.

The textbook will incorporate an evidence-based approach, enabling the reader to make decisions on the basis of concrete data. Sections on solid tumors, hematologic malignancies and the. Be prepared to help cancer survivors navigate their after-treatment care including adjuvant therapy, side effects, second cancers, quality of life, and other concerns.

Offer accurate guidance on ethical issues like competency, end of life, hospice, the role of the caregiver, and more. Finally, implementation issues encountered in therapeutic work with older adults are described as are accommodations to enhance treatment efficacy.

In sum, this book provides a comprehensive overview of evidence based psychosocial interventions for older adults; it is ideal for students and mental health professionals interested in clinical work with older adults and their families.5/5(2).

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[Diane G Cope; Anne M Reb; STAT!Ref (Online service); Teton Data Systems (Firm); Oncology Nursing Society.;]. 2 | An Evidence-Based Approach to the Treatment and Care of the Older Adult With Cancer were age 65 or older. Inthe baby boom generation, or those people born between andwhich comprises approximately 75 million individuals, will begin to turn Byit is projected that approximately 70 million people,File Size: 2MB.

Body Systems chapters covering common disorders in the older adult. Coverage of psychosocial issues that can affect the health and wellness of the older adult, family, and society. Evidence-based citations to support practice.

“Signal Symptoms” feature to help you quickly target potential differential diagnoses/5(26). Evidence Based Treatment with Older Adults: Theory, Practice, and Research provides a detailed examination of five research-supported psychosocial interventions for use with older adults: cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, life review/reminiscence, problem solving therapy, and psychoeducational/social support approaches.

The significant gaps in knowledge as related to cancer treatment in older and/or vulnerable adults led to the formation of the Cancer and Aging Research Group (CARG), 18 a coalition of investigators dedicated to linking geriatric oncology researchers together to work towards a common goal of improving clinical care for older by: Start studying Care of the Older Adult PreAssessment.

Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. What is the evidence-based intervention for shortness of breath. A blending of effective treatment and comfort procedures. This book discusses the prevalent psychological disorders that afflict older adults.

Each chapter focuses on one of the major presenting problems, with researchers identifying successful evidence-based treatments and clinicians discussing how they tailored the treatment to the special needs and conditions of their older clients.Oncology: An Evidence-Based Approach is a textbook designed to reflect the principles and current practice of oncology with contributors from the fields of medical, surgical, and radiation oncology.

The textbook will incorporate an evidence-based approach, enabling the reader to make decisions on the basis of concrete data.In fact, 63% of home care of older adults with cancer is provided by “informal” caregivers.

4 Caregiving, although essential, can be associated with a financial, physical, and emotional toll. Weighing into the burden of caregiving is not only the caregiver’s age, but also the Cited by: