Canadian Oncology Nursing Journal / Revue canadienne de soins infirmiers en oncologie

A publication of the Canadian Association of Nurses in Oncology—Une publication de l’Association canadienne des infirmières en oncologie

The Canadian Oncology Nursing Journal is the official publication of the Canadian Association of Nurses in Oncology, and is directed to the professional nurse caring for patients with cancer. The journal supports the philosophy of the national association. The philosophy is: “The purpose of this journal is to communicate with the members of the Association. This journal currently acts as a vehicle for news related to clinical oncology practice, technology, education and research. This journal aims to publish timely papers, to promote the image of the nurse involved in cancer care, to stimulate nursing issues in oncology nursing, and to encourage nurses to publish in national media.” In addition, the journal serves as a newsletter conveying information related to the Canadian Association of Nurses in Oncology, it intends to keep Canadian oncology nurses current in the activities of their national association. Recognizing the value of nursing literature, the editorial board will collaborate with editorial boards of other journals and indexes to increase the quality and accessibility of nursing literature.

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Vol 27, No 3 (2017)

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Table of Contents

Editorial

EDITORIAL: Focusing on care of older adults with cancer PDF
Margaret I. Fitch 208
MOT DE LA RÉDACTRICE EN CHEF : Soigner les aînés atteints de cancer PDF
Margaret I. Fitch 209-210

Articles

Dépistage systématique de la détresse : portraits et regards croisés sur les perceptions des différents acteurs, perspectives cliniques et de recherche—Partie 1 PDF
Nicole Tremblay, Odette Roy, Aurélie Lecocq 211-223
Systemic screening of distress: Portraits and cross-examination of the various stakeholders’ perceptions, clinical perspectives, and research—Part 1 PDF
Nicole Tremblay, Odette Roy, Aurélie Lecocq 224-235
Fear of cancer recurrence: A study of the experience of survivors of ovarian cancer PDF
Jamie Kyriacou, Alexandra Black, Nancy Drummond, Joanne Power, Christine Maheu 236-242
Peur de la récidive : Étude de l’expérience vécue par les survivantes du cancer des ovaires PDF
Jamie Kyriacou, Alexandra Black, Nancy Drummond, Joanne Power, Christine Maheu 243-250
Filling in the gaps: Sociodemographic and medical predictors of sexual health and other supportive care needs, and desire for help in gynecological cancer survivors PDF
Megan McCallum, Lynne Jolicoeur, Monique Lefebvre, Lyzon K. Babchishin, Tien Le, Sophie Lebel 251-258
Combler les lacunes : Prédicteurs sociodémographiques et médicaux des besoins en santé sexuelle et autres besoins en soins de soutien, et désir de recevoir de l’aide chez des survivantes d’un cancer gynécologique PDF
Megan McCallum, Lynne Jolicoeur, Monique Lefebvre, Lyzon K. Babchishin, Tien Le, Sophie Lebel 259-267
An Implementation Evaluation of the Wellness Beyond Cancer Survivorship Class: Who is attending? PDF
Georden Jones, Caroline Séguin Leclair, Danielle Petrione-Westwood, Monique Lefebvre, Robin Morash, Carrie Liska, Lynne Jolicoeur, Sophie Lebel 268-274
Évaluation de la mise en œuvre d’une séance d’information à l’intention des survivantes dans le cadre d’un Programme de bien-être au-delà du cancer : portrait des participantes PDF
Georden Jones, Caroline Séguin Leclair, Danielle Petricone-Westwood, Monique Lefebvre, Robin Morash, Carrie Liska, Lynne Jolicoeur, Sophie Lebel 275-282

Features

RESEARCH REFLECTIONS: Communicating your research PDF
Jennifer M.L. Stephens 283-284
RÉFLEXIONS SUR LA RECHERCHE : Communiquer ses résultats de recherches PDF
Jennifer M.L. Stephens 285-286
CANO-ACIO/ONS/ISNCC JOINT SYMPOSIUM AT THE CANO-ACIO CONFERENCE IN CALGARY ALBERTA: Global perspectives on cancer survivorship: From lost in transition to leading into the future PDF
Tracy L. Truant, Margaret I. Fitch, Colleen O'Leary, Jan Stewart 287-294
SYMPOSIUM CONJOINT ACIO/CANO-ONS-ISNCC À LA CONFÉRENCE DE L’ACIO/CANO DE CALGARY, EN ALBERTA : Perspectives mondiales sur la survie au cancer : des dédales de la transition aux voies d’avenir à suivre PDF
Tracy Truant, Margaret I. Fitch, Colleen O'Leary, Jan Stewart 295-303
Specialized oncological nurses play a key role at the interface between medicine and psychology PDF
n/a n/a 304-305
Les infirmières spécialisées en oncologie : chaînon essentiel entre la médecine et la psychologie PDF
n/a n/a 306-307
PATIENT RESOURCE When patients have cancer, nurses can refer patients to the Canadian Cancer Society for information and support services PDF
Jan McVinnie 308
RESSOURCE DESTINÉE AU PATIENT : Quand les patients ont le cancer, les infirmières peuvent orienter leurs patients vers la Société canadienne du cancer pour de l’information et du soutien PDF
Jan McVinnie 309