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Community Care for Cancer Patients in Rural Areas: An Integrated Regional Cancer Center and Public Health Center Partnership Model

Kang JH, Jung CY, Park KS, Huh JS, Oh SY, Kwon JH

Purpose: The accessibility of medical facilities for cancer patients affects both their comfort and survival. Patients in rural areas have a higher socioeconomic burden and are more vulnerable to emergency...
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Guidelines for Cancer Care during the COVID-19 Pandemic in South Korea

Lee JB, Jung M, Kim JH, Kim BH, Kim Y, Kim YS, Kim BC, Kim J, Moon SH, Park KU, Park M, Park HJ, Sim SH, Yoon HM, Lee SJ, Lee E, Chun JY, Chung YK, Jung SY, Chung J, Lee ES, Chung HC, Yun T, Rha SY

At the end of 2019, the cause of pneumonia outbreaks in Wuhan, China, was identified as severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) infection. In February 2020, the World Health...
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The Impact of Time-to-Treatment for Outcome in Cancer Patients, and Its Differences by Region and Time Trend

Kim W, Han KT

Background: The Korean government introduced National Cancer Control Program and strengthening national health insurance coverage for cancer patients. Although many positive effects have been observed, there are also many concerns...
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Cancer Care Facilities Nurses Experience of Infection Control

Hyeon YH, Moon KJ

Purpose The purpose of this study was to explore cancer center nurses experience of infection control. Methods From March 26 to 2019 to May 1, 2019 data were collected through focus group interviews...
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Development and Evaluation of the Effect of a Happiness Self-Coaching Program for New Graduate Nurses Working in Cancer Care Unit

Ryu EJ, Jeon MY

PURPOSE: This study was conducted to examine the effect of a Happiness Self-Coaching program for new graduate nurses working in cancer care units. METHODS: A quasi-experimental pretest-posttest, nonequivalent control-group design was...
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What We Talk about When We Talk about Caregiving: The Distribution of Roles in Cancer Patient Caregiving in a Family-Oriented Culture

Jeong A, Shin D, Park JH, Park K

PURPOSE: When it comes to cancer care, the psychological well-being of family caregivers has gotten its deserved attention. However, the specific roles that the family caregivers take have not been...
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Design of a Hospice Referral System for Terminally Ill Cancer Patients Using a Standards-Based Health Information Exchange System

Lim K, Kim JW, Yoo S, Heo E, Ji H, Kang B

OBJECTIVES: The demand for hospice has been increasing among patients with cancer. This study examined the current hospice referral scenario for terminally ill cancer patients and created a data form...
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Current status of the management of cancer patients in Korea

Choi SK

Cancer remains one of the leading causes of mortality worldwide and poses a major threat to public health. Cancer incidence and death rates have increased in most countries since 1990....
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The role of radiologists for multidisciplinary cancer care

Jeong WK, Do KH, Jung SE

In the multidisciplinary cancer treatment (MCT), it is necessary that radiologists participate in the patients' care, and they might be directly involved to the new practice methods including outpatient clinics....
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The role of pathologists in multidisciplinary cancer care

Lee KS, Choe G

In recent years there has been significant growth in multidisciplinary cancer treatment. In cancer patient management, multidisciplinary cancer treatment is essential for evaluation of treatment response and proper decision making....
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The Lived Experience of the Burnout of Nurses Working in Oncology Wards

Lee YS, Tae YS

PURPOSE: This study was done to understand the meanings and nature of experiences of the burnout of nurses working in oncology wards. METHODS: The hermeneutic phenomenology developed by van-Manen was used....
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Current Status of Home-Based Cancer Patients Management in Jeju

Huh JS, Kim HJ

  • KMID: 1981550
  • Korean J Hosp Palliat Care.
  • 2010 Jun;13(2):76-80.
PURPOSE: As a part of analysis of home-based cancer patients management of public health centers, regional cancer center, and hospice institution in Jeju, this study was undertaken to establish their...
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Costs of Initial Cancer Care and its Affecting Factors

Kim SY, Kim SG, Park JH, Park EC

OBJECTIVES: The purposes of this study is to estimate the cost of cancer care after its diagnosis and to identify factors that can influence the cost of cancer care. METHODS:...
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Current status of gynecological cancer care in India

Uma Devi K

Cancer has become an important public health problem with over 800,000 new cases occurring every year in India. It is estimated that there are nearly 2.5 million cases in the...
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