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The Role of Job Changes in Sustainable Return to Work for Breast Cancer Survivors – Patterns of Interpretation and Coping Strategies
Thus far, research on return to work (RTW) after breast cancer has focused on objective outcomes such as return rates. Moreover, a strong emphasis on the initial RTW can be observed in the literature. However, knowledge ...
Pflege- und Betreuungsaufwand für schwerstmehrfachbehinderte Kinder und Jugendliche
Ziel der Studie war es genaue und plausible Daten über den zeitlichen Pflege- und Betreuungsaufwand für schwerstmehrfachbehinderte Kinder und Jugendliche zu erheben und damit Anhaltspunkte für erforderliche und angemessene ...
Influencing Factors of Health Inequity among Male Breast Cancer Patients in Germany
Breast cancer (BC) is considered a typical woman’s issue and is quite rare in men (1% of BC cases occurs in men). Accordingly, cancer care systems and research mainly focus on female breast cancer patients (FBCP), and men ...
The link between financial problems, health status and medical care: A cross-sectional study among over-indebted individuals in Germany
Background: About ten percent of European households are unable to cover payment obligations and living expenses with available income and assets on an ongoing basis, and are thus considered over-indebted. Mounting ...
Individual and organizational determinants of patient participation in multidisciplinary tumor conferences
Background: Patient participation in multidisciplinary tumor conferences (MTCpp) is a new healthcare reality. Initial knowledge exists concerning risks and benefits for patients and providers. It is also ...