Occupational Therapy in Oncology and Palliative Care. 2nd Edition

  • ID: 2251028
  • Book
  • 284 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This new edition ofOccupational Therapy in Oncology and Palliative Care is fully updated and contains brand new chapters on creativity as a psychodynamic approach, outcome measures in oncology and palliative Care, HIV–related cancers and palliative care.

The book explores what cancer is and the challenges faced by Occupational Therapists in oncology and palliative care.  This new edition discusses the range of Occupational Therapy interventions in symptom control, anxiety management and relaxation, the management of breathlessness and fatigue and the variety of work in paediatric oncology and palliative care.   It focuses on the client–centred approach of the Occupational Therapy Programme in the form of a Case Study

Occupational Therapy in Oncology and Palliative Care Second Edition is a practical text and can be used in a workbook situation as well as being evidence–based to support the professional and high standard of care, which Occupational Therapy supplies to patients in the oncology and palliative care setting.

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List of Contributors.

Foreword (Derek Doyle, MD, OBE).

Preface.

Acknowledgements.

Introduction.

1 What is Cancer? (Jill Cooper).

2 Challenges Faced by Occupational Therapists in Oncology and Palliative Care (Jill Cooper).

3 Occupational Therapy Approach in Symptom Control (Jill Cooper).

4 Occupational Therapy in Anxiety Management and Relaxation (Jill Cooper).

5 Occupational Therapy in the Management of Breathlessness (Jill Cooper).

6 Occupational Therapy and Cancer–Related Fatigue (Daniel Lowrie).

7 Client–centred Approach of Occupational Therapy Programme – Case Study (Gemma Lindsell).

8 Occupational Therapy in Paediatric Oncology and Palliative Care (Claire Tester).

9 Occupational Therapy in HIV–related Cancers and Palliative Care (Will Chegwidden and Camilla Hawkins).

10 Occupational Therapy in Neuro–oncology (Helen Barrett and Julie Watterson).

11 Occupational Therapy in Hospices and Day Care (Anne Bostock, Shelley Ellis, Sara Mathewson and Lilias Methven).

12 The Use of Creativity as a Psychodynamic Activity (Kathryn Boog).

13 Measuring Occupational Therapy Outcomes in Cancer and Palliative Care (Gail Eva).

Appendices.

Glossary.

Glossary–Abbreviations.

Index.

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