What are the “real time” self-management behaviours of prostate cancer survivors?

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Abstract

- Prostate cancer is the most prevalent type of cancer in men [1], and men can experience profound decrements in quality of life, debilitating and challenging symptoms with psychosocial concerns.

- Men can experience a range of unmet supportive care needs [2] mainly related to intimacy, physical, psychological, and informational needs, [3-4] which may exacerbate their own individual demands to perform self-management.
Men continue to articulate a lack of self-management support in contemporary healthcare [2, 5-8].

- Two systematic reviews [9-10] classified self-management in prostate cancer survivors.
Original languageEnglish
Pages1-16
Number of pages16
Publication statusPublished - 2019
Event22nd Congress of the Cancer Nurses Society of Australia: The Complexity of Cancer Care: What will the future of cancer nursing look like? - Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Duration: 20 Jun 201922 Jun 2019

Course

Course22nd Congress of the Cancer Nurses Society of Australia
Abbreviated titleCNSA 2019
CountryAustralia
CityMelbourne
Period20/06/1922/06/19

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