B Joyce Davison
Affiliation: University of British Columbia
- Factors influencing men undertaking active surveillance for the management of low-risk prostate cancerB Joyce Davison
Department of Urology, University of British Columbia, Prostate Centre at Vancouver General Hospital, Vancouver, Canada
Oncol Nurs Forum 36:89-96. 2009..To identify and describe decision-making influences on men who decide to manage their low-risk prostate cancer with active surveillance...
- Development and evaluation of a prostate sexual rehabilitation clinic: a pilot projectB Joyce Davison
The Prostate Centre at Vancouver General Hospital, British Columbia, Canada
BJU Int 96:1360-4. 2005..To evaluate a sexual rehabilitation service for men with prostate cancer and to use these results to inform the development of future care...
- Measurement of factors influencing the participation of patients with prostate cancer in clinical trials: a Canadian perspectiveB Joyce Davison
Department of Urologic Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada
BJU Int 101:982-7. 2008..To identify factors that patients with prostate cancer believe to be important determinants in their decisions about future enrolment in clinical trials...
- Comparing a generic and individualized information decision support intervention for men newly diagnosed with localized prostate cancerB Joyce Davison
Prostate Centre at Vancouver General Hospital, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Cancer Nurs 30:E7-15. 2007..Further research is required to determine how to identify men who may benefit from a more individualized approach...
- The self-management of uncertainty among men undertaking active surveillance for low-risk prostate cancerJohn L Oliffe
School of Nursing, Department of Urological Sciences, University of British Columbia, and Prostate Centre, Vancouver General Hospital, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Qual Health Res 19:432-43. 2009..Although most participants exhibited typical men's health practices, it is clear that tailored AS psychosocial interventions will benefit men and their families...
- Provision of individualized information to men and their partners to facilitate treatment decision making in prostate cancerB Joyce Davison
Prostate Centre at Vancouver General Hospital, British Columbia, Canada
Oncol Nurs Forum 30:107-14. 2003....
- Quality of life, sexual function and decisional regret at 1 year after surgical treatment for localized prostate cancerB Joyce Davison
Department of Urologic Sciences, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada
BJU Int 100:780-5. 2007..To examine the effect of changes in quality of life (QoL) and levels of sexual function on decisional regret after surgical treatment of localized prostate cancer...
- Patient acceptance of active surveillance as a treatment option for low-risk prostate cancerB Joyce Davison
College of Nursing, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada
BJU Int 108:1787-93. 2011..This study identifies the resources required by men who choose to be on active surveillance to support them in their treatment decision...
- Patient evaluation of a discharge program following a radical prostatectomyB Joyce Davison
Prostate Centre, Vancouver General Hospital, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Urol Nurs 24:483-9. 2004..CONCLUSION: Although men were satisfied with the information provided in discharge program, their overuse of community resources indicates additional reinforcement is needed for management in the first month after surgery...
- Assessing couples' preferences for postoperative sexual rehabilitation before radical prostatectomyB Joyce Davison
College of Nursing, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK, Canada
BJU Int 110:1529-35. 2012..To identify couples' current levels of sexual function and intimacy...
- Bridging the gap: decision-making processes of women with breast cancer using complementary and alternative medicine (CAM)Lynda G Balneaves
School of Nursing, University of British Columbia, 302 6190 Agronomy Road, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Support Care Cancer 15:973-83. 2007..The overall aim was to develop a conceptual model of the treatment decision-making process specific to breast cancer care and CAM that will inform future information and decision support strategies...
- Feasibility of using a computer-assisted intervention to enhance the way women with breast cancer communicate with their physiciansB Joyce Davison
Prostate Center at Vancouver General Hospital, British Columbia, Canada
Cancer Nurs 25:417-24. 2002..Both groups reported high satisfaction levels. Future research is required to study how this computer intervention could be used by clinicians to provide information and decision support to these women...
- Actual use and perceived usefulness of a web-based, decision support program for men with prostate cancerDonna L Berry
School of Nursing, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA
Stud Health Technol Inform 122:781-2. 2006..In a sample of 30 men, the P4 program was successfully implemented in a clinical setting. Men reported the program useful and web-logs documented a high use rate of menu-driven components of the intervention...
- What do we know about facilitating patient communication in the cancer care setting?Patricia A Parker
Department of Behavioral Science, The University of Texas M D Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX 77230 1439, USA
Psychooncology 14:848-58; discussion 859-60. 2005..More controlled studies using carefully chosen outcome variables are needed. Increasing patients' communication skills so that their goals are met has the potential to positively affect the communication process...
- Utilizing research to guide clinical practice in prostate cancer educationB Joyce Davison
Prostate Centre at Vancouver General Hospital in British Columbia, Canada
Oncol Nurs Forum 30:377-9. 2003
- Assessing information and decision preferences of men with prostate cancer and their partnersB Joyce Davison
Prostate Centre, Vancouver General Hospital, British Columbia
Cancer Nurs 25:42-9. 2002..The computer program has been shown to be a reliable and acceptable method of assessing information and decision preferences of these couples. An individualized approach is suggested, given the high reliability of individual's profiles...