The Impact of Husbands’ Prostate Cancer Diagnosis and Participation in a Behavioral Lifestyle Intervention on Spouses’ Lives and Relationships With Their Partners
作者: Sine RossenNete Sloth Hansen-NordLars KayserMichael BorreMette BorreRyan Godsk LarsenAntonia TrichopoulouPaolo BoffettaAnne TjønnelandRikke Dalgaard Hansen
作者单位: 1Author Affiliations: Diet, Genes and Environment, Danish Cancer Society Research Center, Copenhagen (Dr
2Hansen, Tjønneland, and Rossen an
3Hansen- Nord); Department of Clinical Medicine,Department o
4Urology, Aarhu
5University Hospital, Aarhu
6University (Dr Michael Borre); Department of Hepatology and Gastroenterology, Aarhus University Hospital (M
7Mette Borre); Socia
8Medicine, Department of Public Health,University of Copenhagen (Dr Kayser); Department of Health Science and Technology, Aalborg University (Dr Larsen); and Active Institute, Aarhus, Denmark (Dr Larsen); World Health Organization Collaborating Center for Nutrition, Department of Hygiene and Epidemiology, School of Medicine, University of Athens, Greece (Dr Trichopoulou); Ichan School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York (Dr Boffetta).
刊名: Cancer Nursing, 2016, Vol.39 (2), pp.E1-E9
来源数据库: Wolters Kluwer Journal
DOI: 10.1097/NCC.0000000000000259
原始语种摘要: BACKGROUND:: A prostate cancer diagnosis affects the patient and his spouse. Partners of cancer patients are often the first to respond to the demands related to their husband’s illness and thus are likely to be the most supportive individuals available to the patients. It is therefore important to examine how spouses react and handle their husband’s prostate cancer diagnosis. OBJECTIVE:: The aim of this study was to explore how the prostate cancer diagnosis and the participation in their partners’ behavioral lifestyle intervention program influenced the spouses’ life, their relationship with their partner, and how they handle the situation. METHODS:: Interviews were recorded with 8 spouses of potential low-risk prostate cancer patients on active surveillance as part of a clinical...
全文获取路径: Wolters Kluwer 
影响因子:1.824 (2012)

  • their 他们的
  • empowerment 授权
  • participation 参与
  • prostate 前列腺
  • supportive 支援性
  • promote 助长
  • situation 立场
  • involve 包含
  • therefore 因此
  • intervention