Supportive Care in Radiotherapy
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This book looks at the often debilitating consequences for individuals undergoing radiation therapy and the associated problems for health care professionals that provide clinical and supportive care. Coverage includes physical aspects of treatment in terms of toxicity, issues related to assessment and clinical management, the organizational context of care, multi-professional issues, quality assurance, and the impact of treatment from a physical and psychosocial perspective. Also features critical reviews of current research findings and identifies future directions for clinical research and development.Table of Contents
""This is an essential text for nurses and other healthcare professionals whose concern is with those undergoing radiation therapy. Comprehensively indexed, it provides the detail needed by senior nurses, teachers and researchers. "" Gill Oliver, Nursing Standarts, January 2004
By Sara Faithfull, BSc (HONS), MSc PhD RGN Onc Cert ILTM, Lecturer in Cancer Care, The Centre for Cancer and Palliative Care Studies, Institute of Cancer Research Sutton, Surrey, UK; and Mary Wells, BSc (HONS) MSc RGN Onc Cert, Clinical Research Fellow, Dundee Teaching Hospital, University of Dundee, Dundee, UK