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141. Mental distress and health care use among survivors of adolescent and young adult cancer: A cross-sectional analysis of the National Health Interview Survey. (PubMed)

Mental distress and health care use among survivors of adolescent and young adult cancer: A cross-sectional analysis of the National Health Interview Survey. The current study was conducted to examine the prevalence and correlates of mental distress among survivors of adolescent and young adult (AYA) cancer and a comparison group.A total of 875 AYA cancer survivors who were diagnosed between the ages of 15 and 39 years and who were at least 5 years from their initial diagnosis were identified (...) the 2 groups were identified using multinomial logistic regressions.Survivors reported mental distress more often than the comparison group (moderate: 23.2% vs 16.9%; and severe: 8.4% vs 3.0% [P<.001]). Survivors cited not being able to afford mental health care more often (6.4% vs 2.3%; Pā€‰=ā€‰.002). Moreover, 74.7% and 52.2% of survivors, respectively, with moderate and severe distress had not talked to a mental health professional. Contrary to the comparison group, survivors who were current smokers

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2016 Cancer

142. Transition guidelines: An important step in the future care for childhood cancer survivors. A comprehensive definition as groundwork. (PubMed)

Transition guidelines: An important step in the future care for childhood cancer survivors. A comprehensive definition as groundwork. Evidence-based clinical practice guidelines are essential to ensure that childhood cancer survivors at risk of chronic health conditions receive effective long-term follow-up care. However, adult survivors of childhood cancer are not always engaged in recommended health promotion and follow-up practices, as many centres do not have a formal transition programme (...) that prepares survivors and their families for successful transfer from child-centred to adult-oriented healthcare. The need for a specific pan-European guideline for the transition of care for childhood cancer survivors has been recognised. The first step is to define the concept of transition of care for survivors of childhood cancer based on existing evidence.Copyright Ā© 2015 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

2016 European Journal of Cancer

143. Determining cancer survivors' preferences to inform new models of follow-up care. (PubMed)

Determining cancer survivors' preferences to inform new models of follow-up care. Specialist-led cancer follow-up is becoming increasingly expensive and is failing to meet many survivors' needs. Alternative models informed by survivors' preferences are urgently needed. It is unknown if follow-up preferences differ by cancer type. We conducted the first study to assess British cancer survivors' follow-up preferences, and the first anywhere to compare the preferences of survivors from different (...) appeared willing to accept follow-up from specialist nurses, registrars or GPs provided that they are compensated by increased continuity of care, dietary advice and one-to-one counselling. Longer appointments were also valued. Telephone and web-based follow-up and group counselling, were not considered desirable. Survivors of colorectal cancer and melanoma would see any alternative provider for greater continuity, whereas breast cancer survivors wished to see a registrar or specialist nurse

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2016 British Journal of Cancer

146. A model for coordinated delivery of individualized complementary and integrative medicine care for cancer survivors. (PubMed)

A model for coordinated delivery of individualized complementary and integrative medicine care for cancer survivors.

2016 Journal of Clinical Oncology

154. Physician needs and preferences for information about long-term follow-up and care of survivors of childhood cancer. (PubMed)

Physician needs and preferences for information about long-term follow-up and care of survivors of childhood cancer.

2016 Journal of Clinical Oncology

155. Use of online survivorship care plans by young adult cancer survivors: Patient characteristics and patient reported outcomes. (PubMed)

Use of online survivorship care plans by young adult cancer survivors: Patient characteristics and patient reported outcomes.

2016 Journal of Clinical Oncology

156. Patient-generated online survivorship care plans for adult survivors of childhood cancer: Feasibility and patient preferences. (PubMed)

Patient-generated online survivorship care plans for adult survivors of childhood cancer: Feasibility and patient preferences.

2016 Journal of Clinical Oncology

158. The "little big things": A qualitative study of ovarian cancer survivors and their experiences with the health care system. (PubMed)

The "little big things": A qualitative study of ovarian cancer survivors and their experiences with the health care system.

2016 Journal of Clinical Oncology

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