Psychosocial care for patients and their families is integral to supportive care in cancer mascc position statement special care for elderly cancer patients 8 family and caregiver support including psychological distress and social needs patients experience of their illness and survivorship the. This book addresses the nursing management of a patients psychosocial response to both chronic and acute physical illness traumatic injury loss and grief care of the patients family receives compassionate focus as well. Psychosocial care theory differs from theory of biomedical care in that the former uses the holistic approach sheldon 1997 and oliviere et al 1998 or the diseases psychology social and spiritual health of patients whereas the latter care only for patients physical ill health. As hospital nurses we see the patient and their family throughout their cancer journey and are in a unique position to monitor a patients psychosocial coping and any distress providing psychosocial care to patients is essential but can be an over looked part of nursing care in university we are taught how. Psychosocial intervention in the emergency department psychosocial assessment and intervention in maternal child health psychosocial adaptation of the child adolescent and family with physical illness psychosocial assessment and intervention with the home care patient and family emotional support of the older adult and family 6
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