Handbook of Cancer Survivorship Care serves as a practical and concise guide for the multidisciplinary management of cancer survivors. Each chapter is authored by a team consisting of a seasoned oncologist and an experienced practitioner who provides direct services in survivorship care. Chapters reflect the importance of interdisciplinary collaboration and cover the high-yield pearls and clinical applications that lead to quality patient care outcomes. Part One discusses the basic concepts of survivorship care, models of care, and clinical tools while addressing late and long-term effects of treatment, screening methods for secondary or recurring tumors, and prevention of disease relapse. Part Two includes chapters on cancers commonly seen in community practices, such as breast, prostate, lymphoma, colorectal and many more. Each chapter in Part Two provides clinical pearls and disease-specific background, a guide to disease surveillance, instructions for monitoring late effects, early detection tips, and information on psychosocial health, all to better direct clinical assessment and management. With cancer survivors an increasing segment of the healthcare population and survivorship care rapidly evolving, it is paramount that oncologists and other care providers are up-to-date on the clinical strategies, interventions, and recommendations for follow up care. As a pocket-sized, quick reference, Handbook of Cancer Survivorship Care is an indispensable resource for any health care provider seeing patients in remission; it covers the must-know points of clinical management and successfully carries over cutting-edge expertise into clinical practice whether it is used at the bedside or in the clinic.
Includes practical guidance on challenging areas such as addressing psychosocial issues, establishing screening and prevention strategies, managing late effects in cancer survivors and many more
Easy-to-read outline format makes referencing in the clinical setting quick and convenient
Practical Clinical Vignettes with Self-Assessment Q&A accompany each chapter in Part Two
Clinical pearls highlight survivorship guidelines and their application
Provides management guidelines and detailed disease surveillance strategies for site specific cancers
Includes digital access to the e-book
Preface Lewis E. Foxhall and Maria Alma Rodriguez PART ONE: GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF SURVIVORSHIP CARE 1. Defining Cancer Survivors and Survivorship Maria Alma Rodriguez and Paula Lewis-Patterson 2. Tools for Clinicians Guadalupe Palos and Katherine Gilmore 3. Treatment Related Late and Long-Term Effects Jeong Oh 4. Psychosocial Issues Lynn Waldmann and Karen Stepan 5. Screening and Prevention Strategies Therese Bevers and Suzanne Day 6. Care of the Older Adult Cancer Survivor Beatrice Edwards, Maria Suarez-Almazor, and Linda Pang 7. Late Effects in Cancer Survivors Beatrice Edwards, Maria Suarez-Almazor, and Linda Pang PART TWO: MANAGEMENT OF SITE-SPECIFIC CANCERS 8. Integrative Medicine Gabriel Lopez 9. Childhood Cancers Joann Ater and Angela Yarbrough 10. Management of Breast Cancers Joyce Dains and Marita Lazzaro 11. Management of Colorectal Cancers George Chang and Tilu Ninan 12. Management of Prostate Cancers Jeri Kim, William Osai, and Spyridon Basourasko 13. Management of Head & Neck Cancers Kristen Pytynia and Charlies Schreiner 14. Management of Lymphoma Cancers Maria Alma Rodriguez, Ellen Mullen and Haleigh Mistry 15. Management of Stem Cell Transplantation Survivors Amin Alousi and Karen Stolar 16. Management of Thyroid Cancers Johnny Rollins