References for the being there for someone with cancer section
The information in the being there section is based on our booklets about being there for someone with cancer and how to talk to someone with cancer, which have been produced in accordance with the following sources and guidelines:
- Buckman, R. Cancer is a word, not a sentence. 2007. Collins Publishers, London.
- Edwards & Clarke. The psychological impact of a cancer diagnosis on families: the influence of family functioning and patients’ illness characteristics on depression and anxiety. Psycho-oncology . 2004: 562-576.
- Hurny, C. Communication about cancer: patients’ needs and caregivers’ skills. Support Care Cancer. 2000. 8: 437–438.
- Hutton, D. What can I do to help? 2005. Short Books, London.
- National Cancer Institute. Communication in cancer care. cancer.gov (accessed April 2013).
- National Cancer Institute. Patient-Centered Communication in Cancer Care: Promoting Healing and Reducing Suffering. outcomes.cancer.gov (accessed April 2013).
- National Cancer Institute. When Someone You Love Is Being Treated For Cancer.cancer.gov (accessed April 2013).