Enkele mooie artikelen/opiniestukken uit de oncologie, palliatieve zorg en overige disciplines.

 
Cancer begins and ends with people. In the midst of all scientific abstraction, it is sometimes possible to forget this one basic fact… Doctors treat diseases, but they also treat people, and this precondition of their professional existence, sometimes pulls them at two directions at once. - June Goodfield

Cancer begins and ends with people. In the midst of all scientific abstraction, it is sometimes possible to forget this one basic fact… Doctors treat diseases, but they also treat people, and this precondition of their professional existence, sometimes pulls them at two directions at once. - June Goodfield

Oncologie

Effect of the serious illness program in outpatient oncology: A cluster randomized clinical trial. Bernacki R, Paladino J, Neville BA, Hutchings M, Kavanagh J, Geerse OP, Lakin J, Sanders JJ, Miller K, Lipsitz S, Gawande AA, Block SD. JAMA Intern Med (2019);doi: 10.1001/jamainternmed.2019. 0077.

Timmermans M, Sonke GS, Van de Vijver KK, Ottevanger PB, Nijman HW, van der Aa MA, Kruitwagen RFPM. Localization of distant metastases defines prognosis and treatment efficacy in patients with FIGO stage IV ovarian cancer. Int J Gynecol Cancer (2019); pii: ijgc-2018-000100.

Schouten RD, Muller M, de Gooijer CJ, Baas P, van den Heuvel M. Real life experience with nivolumab for the treatment of non-small cell lung carcinoma: Data from the expanded access program and routine clinical care in a tertiary cancer centre - The Netherlands Cancer Institute. Lung Cancer (2018);126:210-216.

Cohen JV. Sisu - The ability to keep fighting after most would quit. JAMA Oncology (2018);4(10):1329.

Mou E, Schapira L, Kunz P. The power of trust. JAMA Oncology (2018);4(9):1173-1174.

Gupta A. Harry Potter, magic, and medicine. JAMA Oncology (2018);178(6):747-748.

Gilligan, T. A pathologic fascination with humanity. JCO (2018);36 (4):425-427.

Kaltenboeck A. Value-based pricing for drugs. Themes and variations. JAMA (2018);319(21):2165-2166.

Temel JS, Gainor JF, Sullivan RJ, Greer JA. Keeping expectations in check with immune checkpoint inhibitors. JCO (2018);0;36(17):1654-1657.

Wayne A, Beach & Erin Prickett. Laughter, humor and cancer: Delicate moments and poignant interactional circumstances. Health Communication; 2017;32(7):791-802.

Penson RT, Schapira L, Daniels KJ, Chabner BA, Lynch TJ. Cancer as metaphor. The Oncologist (2004); 9:708-716.

Santa-Maria CA, Gradishar WJ. Changing treatment paradigms in metastatic breast cancer. Lessons learned. JAMA Oncology (2015);1(4):528-534.

Hensley ML. What do you say when she is no longer living with cancer? JCO (2015).

McCorkle R, Ercolano E, Lazenby M, Schulman-Green D, Schilling LS, Lorig K, Wagner EH. Self-management: Enabling and empowering patients living with cancer as a chronic illness. CA Cancer J Clin (2011);61(1):50-62.


Laatste of palliatieve levensfase

Den Hartogh G. Suffering and dying well: On the proper aim of palliative care. Medicine, Healthcare and Philosophy (2018);20(3):413-424.

Ripamonti CI, Giuntoli F, Gonella S, Miccinesi G. Spiritual care in cancer patients: A need or an option? Curr Opin Oncol (2018);30:00.

Temel JS, Shaw AT, Greer JA. Challenge of prognostic uncertainty in the modern era of cancer therapeutics. JCO (2016);34(30):3605-3608.

Schildmann J, Ritter P, Salloch S, Uhl W, Vollmann J. 'One also needs a bit of trust in the doctor ... ': a qualitative interview study with pancreatic cancer patients about their perceptions and views on information and treatment decision-making. Ann Onc (2013).

Smets T, Rietjens JA, Chambaere K, Coene G, Deschepper R, Pasman HR, Deliens L. Sex-based differences in end-of-life decision-making in Flanders, Belgium. Med Care. 2012 Sep;50(9):815-20.

Lamas D, Rosenbaum L. Painful inequities--palliative care in developing countries. NEJM (2012);366:199-201.

Kiely BE, Stockler MR, Tattersall, M. H. Thinking and talking about life expectancy in incurable cancer. Seminars in Oncology (2011); 38;3:380-385.

Casarett D., Pickard A., Fishman JM. Alexander, SC. Arnold, RM, Pollak K I, Tulsky JA. Can metaphors and analogies improve communication with seriously ill patients? J Palliat Med (2010);13(3):255-260.

Pasman HR, Rurup, ML, Willems DL, Onwuteaka-Philipsen BD. Concept of unbearable suffering in context of ungranted requests for euthanasia: qualitative interviews with patients and physicians. BMJ (2009);339;b4362.

Murray SA, Grant E, Mwangi-Powell F. Health in Africa: Time to wake up to cancer's toll. BMJ (2005);331 (7521):904.

The, AM, Hak T, Koeter G, van Der Wal G. Collusion in doctor-patient communication about imminent death: an ethnographic study. BMJ (2000);321 (1723):1376-1381.

It is not suffering as such that is most deeply feared but suffering that degrades. S. Sontag

It is not suffering as such that is most deeply feared but suffering that degrades. S. Sontag


Keep it simple - Walt Disney

Keep it simple - Walt Disney

Divers

Stellmach D, Beshar I, Bedford J, du Cros P, Stringer B. Anthroplogy in public health emergencies: What is anthropology good for? BMJ Global Health (2018);3;e000534.

Epstein RM, Gramling RE. What is shared in shared decision-making? Complex decisions when the evidence is unclear. Med Care Research and Review (2013);70(S):94-112.

Carver CS, Connor-Smith J. Personality and coping. Ann Rev Psychol (2010);61:679-704.

Jutel A. Sociology of diagnosis: A preliminary review. Sociology of health and illness (2009);31(2):278-299.

Greenhalgh T, Taylor R. Papers that go beyond numbers (qualitative research). BMJ (1997);315:740-743.

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Pinedo D, van Eldert B. Beter worden is niet voor watjes. Prometheus, Amsterdam, 2018.

Mol A. De logica van het zorgen. Actieve patiënten en de grenzen van het kiezen. van Gennep, Amsterdam, 2006.