Les besoins en soins de soutien des personnes vivant avec le cancer dans des régions rurales : une recension de la documentation scientifique

Joanne Loughery, Roberta Woodgate

Abstract


Quel que soit le lieu géographique, l’expérience du cancer est extrêmement difficile tant pour les patients que pour leur famille. L’objectif de cette recension de la documentation scientifique est d’explorer l’incidence du caractère rural ou éloigné du lieu de résidence de personnes atteintes de cancer sur leurs besoins en soins de soutien. La recension a examiné dix études qualitatives, sept études quantitatives et six études à approche méthodologique mixte. Nous avons mené la collecte, l’analyse et l’évaluation des données au moyen d’un cadre de soins de soutien comprenant sept domaines : physique, émotionnel, informationnel, psychologique, spirituel, social et pratique (Fitch, 2009). D’après notre recension, plusieurs expériences présentent à la fois des défis et des avantages pour les personnes qui vivent avec le cancer dans des régions rurales. Nos résultats s’accompagnent de recommandations, et nous suggérons des pistes pour la recherche future.

Mots clés : cancer, supportive care, rural, qualitative, quantitative, research, adult, travel (cancer, soins de soutien, rural, qualitatif, quantitatif, recherche, adulte, déplacements)


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