A K Sandgren
Affiliation: North Dakota
- Telephone therapy for patients with breast cancerA K Sandgren
Roger Maris Cancer Center, Fargo, ND, USA
Oncol Nurs Forum 27:683-8. 2000..To test the value of telephone-administered cognitive-behavioral therapy in a study of patients with breast cancer...
- Short-term effects of telephone therapy for breast cancer patientsAnn K Sandgren
Department of Oncology, MeritCare Roger Maris Cancer Center, Fargo, North Dakota 58122, USA
Health Psychol 22:310-5. 2003..Explanations for the results include therapy type and delivery, participant characteristics, short- versus long-term results, therapy conent, and whether therapy is necessary for breast cancer patients...
- Confidant and breast cancer patient reports of quality of lifeAnn K Sandgren
MeritCare Roger Maris Cancer Center, Fargo, ND 58122, USA
Qual Life Res 13:155-60. 2004..Such discrepancies could cause misguided social support efforts...
- Long-term telephone therapy outcomes for breast cancer patientsAnn K Sandgren
MeritCare Roger Maris Cancer Center, USA
Psychooncology 16:38-47. 2007..Overall, this study showed that neither of the two telephone interventions tested had a meaningful effect on quality of life or mood...
- Information gathering over time by breast cancer patientsMelisa J Satterlund
North Dakota State University, Department of Psychology, Fargo, ND 58105, USA
J Med Internet Res 5:e15. 2003....
- Coping after cancer: risk perceptions, worry, and health behaviors among colorectal cancer survivorsAmy B Mullens
North Dakota State University, Fargo 58105, USA
Psychooncology 13:367-76. 2004..However, low-level risk perceptions, worry, and anxiety motivated interest in adopting protective health behaviors...
- Age differences in treatment decision making for breast cancer in a sample of healthy women: the effects of body image and risk framingKathleen M Romanek
Department of Psychology, North Dakota State University, Fargo, USA
Oncol Nurs Forum 32:799-806. 2005..To examine the effects of age, body image, and risk framing on treatment decision making for breast cancer using a healthy population...