Cancer Handbook and Resource Guide

Cancer Handbook and Resource Guide

This new title is designed to bring together necessary and valuable information for the millions of individuals, family members, and caregivers affected by cancer.

Author: Grey House Publishing

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ISBN: 1642658545

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Page: 400

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Brings together necessary and valuable information for the millions of individuals, family members, and caregivers affected by cancer. For those providing care and support to individuals with cancer, this resource provides easy-to-understand and helpful information about cancer and connects readers to many sources of support.
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Resources in Education

Resources in Education

ED 441 067/1 Camping Camp Is for the Camper : A Counselor's Guide to Youth Development . ... ED 440 338 Cancer The Significance of an Approach to the Teaching of Societal Issues Related to Biotechnology . ED 440 876 Career Awareness ...

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ISBN: MINN:30000010540288

Category: Education

Page: 328

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Categories: Education

Breast Cancer The Complete Guide

Breast Cancer  The Complete Guide

FAMILY SUPPORT Cancer Caregivers: A Resource Guide by Karen Kirzncr Adler and Rozlyn Forman Kleiman (Upstream Press, 2001, $17.95). This book offers resources and suggestions for the many questions that a caregiver for a person with ...

Author: Yashar Hirshaut

Publisher: Bantam

ISBN: 9780553906851

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 432

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Written by two renowned authorities who specialize in the treatment of breast cancer, a surgeon and an oncologist, this lucid step-by-step guide has established itself as the indispensable book women need to make informed decisions about the care that is right for them. Breast cancer will strike one out of every eight women in the United States. Because there have been many important changes in the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer in the last few years, this fully revised Third Edition contains information on the latest developments in the field, including: • new diagnostic procedures • changes in the treatment of in situ cancer • improved surgical techniques • gene testing • sequencing radiation and chemotherapy • HER-2Neu (Herceptin) • tamoxifen for prevention • bone marrow and stem cell transplants • and more
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The Feisty Woman s Breast Cancer Book

The Feisty Woman s Breast Cancer Book

In the conference Resource Guide she listed the risk estimates for breast cancer quoted here and in the following paragraphs , which I have since seen con- firmed in many publications . [ 5 ] From the 1996 " Women's Health 2000 ...

Author: Elaine Ratner

Publisher: Hunter House

ISBN: 0897932692

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 292

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Addresses the emotional and psychological challenges of fighting breast cancer, refutes popular assumptions about treatment and post-treatment options, and offers guidance for making health decisions
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My ABC Book of Cancer

My ABC Book of Cancer

Many of these, notably Candle- lighters' Bibliography and Resource Guide, include reading and/or resource lists. Afraid to Ask: A Book About Cancer. By Judylaine Fine. 1986. As its title suggests this book, directed at teenagers, ...

Author: Shannin Chamberlain

Publisher: Synergistic Press

ISBN: 9780912184074

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 44

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Ten-year-old Shannon Chamberlain describes, in ABC format, her bout with cancer. Concludes with a discussion of childhood cancer, suggested reading list, glossary, and resource guide.
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Ferguson Career Resource Guide for People with Disabilities Third Edition 2 Volume Set

Ferguson Career Resource Guide for People with Disabilities  Third Edition  2 Volume Set

A Breast Cancer Journey American Cancer Society 1599 Clifton Road, PO Box 49528 Atlanta, GA 30359-0528 800-ACS-2346 http://www.cancer.org/docroot/PUB/PUB_ 1.asp?sitearea=PUB Disability Served: cancer patients and survivors This book ...

Author: Facts On File, Incorporated

Publisher: Infobase Publishing

ISBN: 9781438110479

Category: Employment references

Page: 815

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Each two-volume book contains four major sections: . - Introduction and Overview: Provides forewords by notables in the field and an outline of the book. - Essays: Features eight to 10 essays on topics such as workplace issues, financial aid, diversity, and more. - Directory: Contains descriptions and contact information for hundreds of organizations, schools, and associations, arranged by topic. - Further Resources/Indexes: Includes glossaries, appendixes, further reading, and indexes
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Encyclopedia of Cancer and Society

Encyclopedia of Cancer and Society

Resource. Guide. Glossary. Books Abbruzzese, J. and Ebrahimi, B. Myths & Facts About Pancreatic Cancer (PRR, 2002) Alliance for Lung Cancer Advocacy, Support, and Education. The Lung Cancer Manual (Alliance for Lung Cancer Advocacy, ...

Author: Graham A. Colditz

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9781412949897

Category: Medical

Page: 1622

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Three volumes collect 750 entries that provide information on the impact of cancer on different countries, along with the causes and strategies for prevention around the world.
Categories: Medical

Handbook of Home Health Standards E Book

Handbook of Home Health Standards E Book

The Oncology Nursing Society (www.ons.org or 866-257-4ONS [866-257-4667]) has a “Breast Cancer Patient Resource ... and Adolescents: Operative or Medical Procedures and Trauma (Quick Reference Guide for Clinicians)” (AHCPR 92-0020).

Author: Tina M. Marrelli

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN: 9780323079433

Category: Medical

Page: 688

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Handbook of Home Health Standards: Quality, Documentation, and Reimbursement includes everything the home care nurse needs to provide quality care and effectively document care based on accepted professional standards. This handbook offers detailed standards and documentation guidelines including ICD-9-CM (diagnostic) codes, OASIS considerations, service skills (including the skills of the multidisciplinary health care team), factors justifying homebound status, interdisciplinary goals and outcomes, reimbursement, and resources for practice and education. The fifth edition of this “little red book has been updated to include new information from the most recently revised Federal Register Final Rule and up-to-date coding. All information in this handbook has been thoroughly reviewed, revised, and updated. Offers easy-to-access and easy-to-read format that guides users step by step through important home care standards and documentation guidelines Provides practical tips for effective documentation of diagnoses/clinical conditions commonly treated in the home, designed to positively influence reimbursement from third party payors. Lists ICD-9-CM diagnostic codes, needed for completing CMS billing forms, in each body system section, along with a complete alphabetical list of all codes included in the book in an appendix. Incorporates hospice care and documentation standards so providers can create effective hospice documentation. Emphasizes the provision of quality care by providing guidelines based on the most current approved standards of care. Includes the most current NANDA-approved nursing diagnoses so that providers have the most accurate and up-to-date information at their fingertips. Identifies skilled services, including services appropriate for the multidisciplinary team to perform. Offers discharge planning solutions to address specific concerns so providers can easily identify the plan of discharge that most effectively meets the patient’s needs. Lists the crucial parts of all standards that specific members of the multidisciplinary team (e.g., the nurse, social worker) must uphold to work effectively together to achieve optimum patient outcomes. Resources for care and practice direct providers to useful sources to improve patient care and/or enhance their professional practice. Each set of guidelines includes patient, family, and caregiver education so that health care providers can supply clients with necessary information for specific problems or concerns. Communication tips identify quantifiable data that assists in providing insurance case managers with information on which to make effective patient care decisions. Several useful sections make the handbook thorough and complete: medicare guidelines; home care definitions, roles, and abbreviations; NANDA-approved nursing diagnoses; guidelines for home medial equipment and supplies. Small size for convenient carrying in bag or pocket! Provides the most up-to-date information about the newest and predominant reimbursement mechanisms in home care: the Prospective Payment System (PPS) and Pay For Performance (P4P). Updated terminology, definitions, and language to reflect the federal agency change from Health Care Financing Administration (HCFA) to Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and other industry changes. Includes the most recent NANDA diagnoses and OASIS form and documentation explanations. New interdisciplinary roles have been added, such as respiratory therapist and nutritionist.,/LI>
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Health Fair Resource Guide

Health Fair Resource Guide

Planning for Home Health Services : A Resource Handbook , Claire F. Ryder Warhola , M.D. , M.P.H. A handbook prepared for ... CANCER Information Service Health Promotion Sciences Branch Division of Cancer Prevention and Control Blair ...

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ISBN: MINN:30000001092414

Category: Health planning

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Childhood Cancer

Childhood Cancer

Has up-to-date resource list and a comprehensive bibliography. Essential reading for parents of children with special educational needs. If you only read one book, this should be the one. Center for Limb Differences.

Author: Honna Janes-Hodder

Publisher: Childhood Cancer Guides

ISBN: 9781941089194

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 537

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This second edition of the most complete parent guide available features detailed and precise medical information about solid tumor childhood cancers, including neuroblastoma, Wilms tumor, liver tumors, soft tissue sarcomas, and bone sarcomas. In addition, it offers day-to-day practical advice on how to cope with procedures, hospitalization, family and friends, school, financial issues, and communication. Woven among the medical details and the practical advice are the voices of parents and children who have lived with cancer and its treatments. As many parents know, advice from "veteran" parents can be a lifeline. Obtaining a basic understanding of topics such as medical terminology, how drugs work, common side effects of chemotherapy, and how to work more effectively with medical personnel improves the quality of life for the whole family. Having parents describe their own emotional ups and downs, how they coped, and how they molded their family life around hospitalizations can be a tremendous comfort. Just knowing that there are other kids on chemotherapy who refuse to eat anything but tacos or who have frequent rages can make one feel less alone. Parents who read this book will find understandable medical infomation, obtain advice that eases their daily life, and feel empowered to be strong advocates for their child. It also contains a personal treatment summary and long-term follow-up guide for your child to keep as a permanent record.
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