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Yıl 2013, Cilt 16, Sayı 1, 21 - 28, 01.01.2013

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Gynecological cancers, morbidity and mortality in women worldwide is recognized as a major public health problem. It is life-threatening illness but also the woman, her partner and family physical, psychological, social and economic aspects have negative effects. As the process of diagnosis and treatment of patients and their families, they have to cope with the effects of this disease, and his. To ensure the psychosocial harmonization diagnosis and treatment process of gynecologic cancer patients and their families is an important part of holistic care and professional nursing role. In this review, the nurses who were diagnosed with gynecological cancer to evaluate the status of individuals affected by psychosocial entered into an effort to give information that can help

Kaynakça

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  • 2. Reis LAG, Eisner MP, Kosary CL. 1975-2002 SEER Cancer Statistics Review. National Cancer Institute 2004.
  • 3. American Cancer Society (ACS). Probability of developing invasive cancers over selected age intervals by sex. USA 2001-2003; Available from: http://www.cancer.org/downloads/stt/CFF2007ProbDevelInvCancer.pdf (Accessed 2011, June 16)
  • 4. American Cancer Society (ACS). Statistics for 2007. Estimated new cancer cases and deaths by sex for all sites. USA 2007; Available from: http://www.cancer.org (Accessed 2011, May 12)
  • 5. Sa¤l›k Bakanl›¤›, Kanserle Savafl Dairesi Baflkanl›¤› (Epidemiyoloji ve Korumu fiube Müdürlü¤ü). 2005 y›l› Türkiye Kanser ‹statistikleri. Eriflim Adresi: http://www.kanser.gov.tr/ (Eriflim 2010, 20 May›s)
  • 6. Patterson P, Moylan E, Bannon S, Salih F. Needs analysis of cancer education program in South Western Sydney. Cancer Nursing 2000; 23(3):186-192.
  • 7. Holmberg SK, Scott LL, Alexy W, Fife BL. Relations issues of women with breast cancer. Cancer Nursing 2001; 24(1):53-60.
  • 8. Kara B, Fesci H. Kanserde Öz-Bak›m ve Yaflam Kalitesi. Hematoloji-Onkoloji 2004; 6(3):124-129.
  • 9. Lancaster T, Nattress K. Gynaecological Cancer Care: A Guide to Practice. Australia: Ausmed Pub 2005; 438.
  • 10. Hemida R. Proposal to Improve Treatment of Patients with Gynecologic Cancer in Developing Countries. Clinical Ovarian Cancer 2009; 2 (1): 38-43.
  • 11. Dow KH. Challenges and opportunities in cancer survivorship research. Oncology Nursing Forum 2003; 30(3): 455-469.
  • 12. Acar M. Yetiflkin Kanser Hastalar›n›n Kansere Tepkileri. Hacettepe Üniversitesi Sosyal Bilimler Enstitüsü Sosyal Hizmet Bölümü, Yay›nlamam›fl Yüksek Lisans Tezi 2006.
  • 13. Özkan S. Hastal›klara Psikolojik Tepkiler. 5. Ulusal Konsültasyon Liyezon Psikiyatrisi 1998-1999 Kongre Kitab› 2001; ‹stanbul, 27-30.
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  • 15. Ferrell B, Smith, S, Cullinane C, Melancon C. Symptom concerns of women with ovarian cancer. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management 2003; 25(6): 528-538.
  • 16. Leake RL, Gurrin LC, Hammond IG. Quality of life in patients attending a low risk gynecological oncology followup clinic. PsychoOncology 2001 Sep-Oct; 10(5):428-435.
  • 17. Weisman AD, Worden JW. The existential plight in cancer: Significance of the first 100 days. Int J Psychiatry Med 1976-1977; 7(1):1-15.
  • 18. Ell E, Sanchez K, Vourlekis B, Lee P. Depression, correlates of depression, andreceipt of depression care among low-income women with breast or gynecological cancer. Journal of Clinical Oncology 2005; 23 (13): 3052-3060.
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  • 20. Wenzel LB, Donnelly JP, Fowler JM, Habbal R, Taylor TH, Aziz N, Cella D. Resilience, reflections, and residual stress in ovarian cancer survivorship: A gynecologic oncology group study. Psycho-Oncology 2002 MarApr; 11(2):142-53.
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  • 22. Hodgkinson K, Butow P, Fuchs A. Long-term survival from gynecologic cancer: Psychosocial outcomes, supportive care needs and positive outcomes. Gynecologic Oncology 2007 Feb; 104(2):381-389.
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  • 27. Reis N. Jinekolojik kanser ve tedavilerinin kad›n cinsel sa¤l›¤›na etkileri. Cumhuriyet Üniv Hemflirelik YO Dergisi 2003; 7(12):35-40.
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  • 30. National Cancer Institute. (2004). Living beyond cancer: Finding a new balance. President’s cancer panel 2003-2004 Annual report.
  • 31. Camperson C. Women’s Emotional Experiences with Gynecological Oncology, Doctor Of Philosophy, The University Of Texas At Arlington, May 2009.
  • 32. Jensen PT, Groenvold M, Klee MC, Thranov I, Petersen MA, Machin D. Longitudinal study of sexual function and vaginal changes after radiotherapy for cervical cancer. International Journal of Radiation Oncology 2003; 56(4):937–949.
  • 33. Carter J, Rowland K, Chi D, Brown C, Abu-Rustum N, Castiel M, Barakat R. Gynecologic cancer treatment and the impact of cancer-related infertility. Gynecologic Oncology 2005; 97(1):90-95.
  • 34. Shipes E. Sexual function following ostomy surgery. Nursing Clinicians of North America 1987; 22(2):303–310.

JİNEKOLOJİK KANSER TANISI ALMANIN PSİKOSOSYAL BOYUTU VE HEMŞİRELİK YAKLAŞIMLARI

Yıl 2013, Cilt 16, Sayı 1, 21 - 28, 01.01.2013

Öz

Jinekolojik kanserler, tüm dünya kadınlarında mortalite ve morbidite açısından önemli bir halk sağlığı problemi olarak kabul edilmektedir. Hastalık yalnızca yaşamı tehdit etmekle kalmaz, aynı zamanda kadını, partnerini ve aileyi fiziksel, psikolojik, sosyal ve ekonomik yönden olumsuz olarak etkilemektedir. Tanı ve tedavi süreciyle beraber hastalar ve aileleri hastalıkla ve onun etkileriyle baş etmek zorundadırlar. Hastaların ve ailelerinin jinekolojik kanser tanısına ve tedavi sürecine psikososyal uyumlarının sağlanması ise profesyonel hemiirelik rolünün ve holistik bakımının önemli bir parçasıdır. Bu derlemede, hemşirelerin jinekolojik kanser tanısı alan bireylerin psikososyal etkilenme durumlarını değerlendirmelerine yardımcı olabilecek bilgileri verme çabası içerisine girilmiştir.

Kaynakça

  • 1. Jemal A, Siegel R, Ward E. Cancer statistics. Cancer J Clin 2008; 58(2): 71–96.
  • 2. Reis LAG, Eisner MP, Kosary CL. 1975-2002 SEER Cancer Statistics Review. National Cancer Institute 2004.
  • 3. American Cancer Society (ACS). Probability of developing invasive cancers over selected age intervals by sex. USA 2001-2003; Available from: http://www.cancer.org/downloads/stt/CFF2007ProbDevelInvCancer.pdf (Accessed 2011, June 16)
  • 4. American Cancer Society (ACS). Statistics for 2007. Estimated new cancer cases and deaths by sex for all sites. USA 2007; Available from: http://www.cancer.org (Accessed 2011, May 12)
  • 5. Sa¤l›k Bakanl›¤›, Kanserle Savafl Dairesi Baflkanl›¤› (Epidemiyoloji ve Korumu fiube Müdürlü¤ü). 2005 y›l› Türkiye Kanser ‹statistikleri. Eriflim Adresi: http://www.kanser.gov.tr/ (Eriflim 2010, 20 May›s)
  • 6. Patterson P, Moylan E, Bannon S, Salih F. Needs analysis of cancer education program in South Western Sydney. Cancer Nursing 2000; 23(3):186-192.
  • 7. Holmberg SK, Scott LL, Alexy W, Fife BL. Relations issues of women with breast cancer. Cancer Nursing 2001; 24(1):53-60.
  • 8. Kara B, Fesci H. Kanserde Öz-Bak›m ve Yaflam Kalitesi. Hematoloji-Onkoloji 2004; 6(3):124-129.
  • 9. Lancaster T, Nattress K. Gynaecological Cancer Care: A Guide to Practice. Australia: Ausmed Pub 2005; 438.
  • 10. Hemida R. Proposal to Improve Treatment of Patients with Gynecologic Cancer in Developing Countries. Clinical Ovarian Cancer 2009; 2 (1): 38-43.
  • 11. Dow KH. Challenges and opportunities in cancer survivorship research. Oncology Nursing Forum 2003; 30(3): 455-469.
  • 12. Acar M. Yetiflkin Kanser Hastalar›n›n Kansere Tepkileri. Hacettepe Üniversitesi Sosyal Bilimler Enstitüsü Sosyal Hizmet Bölümü, Yay›nlamam›fl Yüksek Lisans Tezi 2006.
  • 13. Özkan S. Hastal›klara Psikolojik Tepkiler. 5. Ulusal Konsültasyon Liyezon Psikiyatrisi 1998-1999 Kongre Kitab› 2001; ‹stanbul, 27-30.
  • 14. Valentine A. Depression, anxiety, & delirium. In Pazdur R, Coia LR, Hoskins WJ, & Wagman LD (Eds.). Cancer management: A multidisciplinary approach. The Oncology Group, New York 2003; p: 865-879.
  • 15. Ferrell B, Smith, S, Cullinane C, Melancon C. Symptom concerns of women with ovarian cancer. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management 2003; 25(6): 528-538.
  • 16. Leake RL, Gurrin LC, Hammond IG. Quality of life in patients attending a low risk gynecological oncology followup clinic. PsychoOncology 2001 Sep-Oct; 10(5):428-435.
  • 17. Weisman AD, Worden JW. The existential plight in cancer: Significance of the first 100 days. Int J Psychiatry Med 1976-1977; 7(1):1-15.
  • 18. Ell E, Sanchez K, Vourlekis B, Lee P. Depression, correlates of depression, andreceipt of depression care among low-income women with breast or gynecological cancer. Journal of Clinical Oncology 2005; 23 (13): 3052-3060.
  • 19. McCorkle R, Tang ST, Greenwald H, Holcombe G, Lavery M. Factors related to depressive symptoms among long-term survivors of cervical cancer. Health Care for Women International 2006; 27(1):46-58.
  • 20. Wenzel LB, Donnelly JP, Fowler JM, Habbal R, Taylor TH, Aziz N, Cella D. Resilience, reflections, and residual stress in ovarian cancer survivorship: A gynecologic oncology group study. Psycho-Oncology 2002 MarApr; 11(2):142-53.
  • 21. Smith DB. Sexual rehabilitation of the cancer patient. Cancer Nursing 1989; 12(1):10–15.
  • 22. Hodgkinson K, Butow P, Fuchs A. Long-term survival from gynecologic cancer: Psychosocial outcomes, supportive care needs and positive outcomes. Gynecologic Oncology 2007 Feb; 104(2):381-389.
  • 23. Parker PA, Baile WF, De Moor C, Cohen L. Psychosocial and demographic predictors of quality of life in a large sample of cancer patients. Psycho-Oncology 2003;12(2):183-193.
  • 24. Lutgendorf SK, Anderson B, Rothrock N, Buller RE, Sood AK, Sorosky JI. Quality of life and mood in women receiving extensive chemotherapy for gynecologic cancer. Cancer 2000; 89(6):1402-1411.
  • 25. Bekar M, Kad›n genital sisteminin iyi ve kötü huylu tümörleri. In: fiirin A, Kavlak O, (Ed). Kad›n Sa¤l›¤›. 1 Bask›: ‹stanbul: Bedray Bas›n Yay›nc›l›k 2008; s. 409-38.
  • 26. P›nar G, Alg›er L, Çolak M, Ayhan A. Jinekolojik kanserli hastalarda yaflam kalitesi. Uluslararas› Hematoloji Onkoloji Dergisi 2008; 3(18):141-9.
  • 27. Reis N. Jinekolojik kanser ve tedavilerinin kad›n cinsel sa¤l›¤›na etkileri. Cumhuriyet Üniv Hemflirelik YO Dergisi 2003; 7(12):35-40.
  • 28. Eyigör S. Palyatif Bak›mda Fizik Aktivite ve Egzersizin Önemi. Eriflim Adresi: www.palyatifbakim.org/ppt/sibel_eyigor.pdf, (Eriflim 2010, May›s 15)
  • 29. Norton TR, Manne SM, Rubin S, Hernandez E, Carlson J, Bergman C, Rosenblum N. Ovarian cancer patients’ psychological distress: The role of physical impairment, perceived unsupportive family and friend behaviors, perceived control, and self-esteem. Health Psychology 2005; 2(2):143-152.
  • 30. National Cancer Institute. (2004). Living beyond cancer: Finding a new balance. President’s cancer panel 2003-2004 Annual report.
  • 31. Camperson C. Women’s Emotional Experiences with Gynecological Oncology, Doctor Of Philosophy, The University Of Texas At Arlington, May 2009.
  • 32. Jensen PT, Groenvold M, Klee MC, Thranov I, Petersen MA, Machin D. Longitudinal study of sexual function and vaginal changes after radiotherapy for cervical cancer. International Journal of Radiation Oncology 2003; 56(4):937–949.
  • 33. Carter J, Rowland K, Chi D, Brown C, Abu-Rustum N, Castiel M, Barakat R. Gynecologic cancer treatment and the impact of cancer-related infertility. Gynecologic Oncology 2005; 97(1):90-95.
  • 34. Shipes E. Sexual function following ostomy surgery. Nursing Clinicians of North America 1987; 22(2):303–310.

Ayrıntılar

Diğer ID JA73ET26ZR
Bölüm Araştırma Makalesi
Yazarlar

Funda EVCİLİ Bu kişi benim
Cumhuriyet Üniversitesi Sağlık Bilimleri Fakültesi Ebelik Bölümü , Sivas


Mine BEKAR Bu kişi benim
Cumhuriyet Üniversitesi Sağlık Bilimleri Fakültesi Ebelik Bölümü , Sivas

Yayımlanma Tarihi 1 Ocak 2013
Yayınlandığı Sayı Yıl 2013, Cilt 16, Sayı 1

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Bibtex @ { trsgo471612, journal = {Türk Jinekolojik Onkoloji Dergisi}, issn = {2148-5372}, address = {trsgo.dergisi@yahoo.com}, publisher = {Türk Jinekolojik Onkoloji Derneği}, year = {2013}, volume = {16}, pages = {21 - 28}, doi = {}, title = {JİNEKOLOJİK KANSER TANISI ALMANIN PSİKOSOSYAL BOYUTU VE HEMŞİRELİK YAKLAŞIMLARI}, key = {cite}, author = {Evcili, Funda and Bekar, Mine} }
APA Evcili, F. & Bekar, M. (2013). JİNEKOLOJİK KANSER TANISI ALMANIN PSİKOSOSYAL BOYUTU VE HEMŞİRELİK YAKLAŞIMLARI . Türk Jinekolojik Onkoloji Dergisi , 16 (1) , 21-28 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/trsgo/issue/39791/471612
MLA Evcili, F. , Bekar, M. "JİNEKOLOJİK KANSER TANISI ALMANIN PSİKOSOSYAL BOYUTU VE HEMŞİRELİK YAKLAŞIMLARI" . Türk Jinekolojik Onkoloji Dergisi 16 (2013 ): 21-28 <https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/trsgo/issue/39791/471612>
Chicago Evcili, F. , Bekar, M. "JİNEKOLOJİK KANSER TANISI ALMANIN PSİKOSOSYAL BOYUTU VE HEMŞİRELİK YAKLAŞIMLARI". Türk Jinekolojik Onkoloji Dergisi 16 (2013 ): 21-28
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ISNAD Evcili, Funda , Bekar, Mine . "JİNEKOLOJİK KANSER TANISI ALMANIN PSİKOSOSYAL BOYUTU VE HEMŞİRELİK YAKLAŞIMLARI". Türk Jinekolojik Onkoloji Dergisi 16 / 1 (Ocak 2013): 21-28 .
AMA Evcili F. , Bekar M. JİNEKOLOJİK KANSER TANISI ALMANIN PSİKOSOSYAL BOYUTU VE HEMŞİRELİK YAKLAŞIMLARI. TRSGO Dergisi. 2013; 16(1): 21-28.
Vancouver Evcili F. , Bekar M. JİNEKOLOJİK KANSER TANISI ALMANIN PSİKOSOSYAL BOYUTU VE HEMŞİRELİK YAKLAŞIMLARI. Türk Jinekolojik Onkoloji Dergisi. 2013; 16(1): 21-28.
IEEE F. Evcili ve M. Bekar , "JİNEKOLOJİK KANSER TANISI ALMANIN PSİKOSOSYAL BOYUTU VE HEMŞİRELİK YAKLAŞIMLARI", Türk Jinekolojik Onkoloji Dergisi, c. 16, sayı. 1, ss. 21-28, Oca. 2013