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chapters 1,2,3,5,7, and 10 are updated and expanded from Seminars in Oncology Nursing, volume 1, no.2, May 1985
"This book provides an in-depth analysis of basic and clinical research on cancer pain. It describes mechanisms of cancer pain and reviews opioid treatment issues, including tolerance. The book discusses clinical trial designs, covers the psychology of cancer pain, and describes disparities in the …
In the mid-1980's, clinical psychologist Leora Kuttner spearheaded a pioneer pain management project for children with cancer. In No Fears, No Tears eight courageous children with cancer, aged three to twelve years old, demonstrated a variety of ways in which the natural abilities of the mind can b…
Foreword: Integrating Symptom Management into the Day-to-Day Treatment of the Cancer Patient by Ellen Forward. ; Integrating Pain Management into Clinical Practice by Debra B. Gordon. ; A Clinical Pathway for Outpatient Cancer Pain Management by Julia Georgesen. ; Development and Services of a Hosp…
A demonstration of various pain management techniques. Children and their parents learn various coping methods for frightening or painful treatment procedures.