Needs and Preferences of Partners of Cancer Patients Regarding a Web-Based Psychological Intervention: A Qualitative Study

Needs and Preferences of Partners of Cancer Patients Regarding a Web-Based Psychological Intervention: A Qualitative Study

Needs and Preferences of Partners of Cancer Patients Regarding a Web-Based Psychological Intervention: A Qualitative Study

Journals

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  2. Köhle N, Drossaert C, Van Uden-Kraan C, Schreurs K, Hagedoorn M, Verdonck-de Leeuw I, Bohlmeijer E. Intent to use a web-based psychological intervention for partners of cancer patients: Associated factors and preferences. Journal of Psychosocial Oncology 2018;36(2):203 View
  3. Litzelman K, Reblin M, McDowell H, DuBenske L. Trajectories of social resource use among informal lung cancer caregivers. Cancer 2020;126(2):425 View
  4. Köhle N, Drossaert C, Jaran J, Schreurs K, Verdonck-de Leeuw I, Bohlmeijer E. User-experiences with a web-based self-help intervention for partners of cancer patients based on acceptance and commitment therapy and self-compassion: a qualitative study. BMC Public Health 2017;17(1) View
  5. Verhoeks C, Teunissen D, van der Stelt-Steenbergen A, Lagro-Janssen A. Women’s expectations and experiences regarding e-health treatment: A systematic review. Health Informatics Journal 2019;25(3):771 View
  6. Luo X, Gao L, Li J, Lin Y, Zhao J, Li Q. A critical literature review of dyadic web‐based interventions to support cancer patients and their caregivers, and directions for future research. Psycho-Oncology 2020;29(1):38 View
  7. Bodschwinna D, Lorenz I, Bauereiss N, Gündel H, Baumeister H, Hoenig K. PartnerCARE—a psycho-oncological online intervention for partners of patients with cancer: study protocol for a randomised controlled feasibility trial. BMJ Open 2020;10(10):e035599 View
  8. Piil K, Gyldenvang H, Møller J, Kjoelsen T, Juul J, Pappot H. Electronic Games for Facilitating Social Interaction Between Parents With Cancer and Their Children During Hospitalization: Interdisciplinary Game Development. JMIR Serious Games 2021;9(1):e16029 View
  9. Köhle N, Drossaert C, ten Klooster P, Schreurs K, Hagedoorn M, Van Uden-Kraan C, Verdonck-de Leeuw I, Bohlmeijer E. Web-based self-help intervention for partners of cancer patients based on acceptance and commitment therapy and self-compassion training: a randomized controlled trial with automated versus personal feedback. Supportive Care in Cancer 2021;29(9):5115 View