Advances in Medical Oncology, Research and Education, Volume II: Cancer Control covers the proceedings of the 12th International Cancer Congress, held in Buenos Aires in 1978. The text aims to present concerns related to cancer and its prevention and patient rehabilitation. The book first discusses cancer education, including the rationale of educating people about cancer; teaching materials and its development and evaluation; oncology teaching; evaluation of cancer education; and the role of mass communication media. The second part of the book explains the cancer campaign. This part emphasizes the need to reach the unreachable audience who are in need of cancer awareness. The text then goes on discussing cancer diagnosis and impact. The last part is devoted to monitoring cancer, including how to process data gathered in studying cancer. The selection will be invaluable to medicine and biology students, specializing in the study and treatment of cancer. Medical practitioners and researchers interested in cancer study will also benefit from the book. The text also caters communication specialists, as the book gives practical insights into the use of media in educating people.
Foreword Introduction Cancer Education Cancer Education in the United States since 1948 The Professional Education Program of the American Cancer Society Development and Use of Cancer Education Materials UICC?s Role in Cancer Education of Medical Students Cancer Education in United States Medical and Dental Schools: The AACE-NCI Survey Oncology Teaching - Latin American Survey The Students' Viewpoint of their Cancer Education Psychological Effects of Mass Communication Media and Necessity for Changes in Education Cancer Campaign Reaching the Hard to Reach (Chairman's Introduction) How to Reach the Hard to Reach Reaching the Hard to Reach Breast Cancer in Czechoslovakia Prevention: Responsibilities and Methods Cancer Prevention: Responsibilities and Methods of Industry Cancer Prevention: The Outlook in France Detection: Mass Screening and High Risk Detection: Mass Screening and High Risks - Cervical Cancer Prevention and Treatment of Carcinoma of the Cervix Uteri in the Shanghai Area Rehabilitation Rehabilitation: Psychological and Physical - Finnish Experience Rehabilitation of Laryngectomees in Israel The Welfare of the Patient with Cancer and his Family Bienestar del Paciente y su Familia The Rehabilitation of the Cancer Patient Reach to Recovery Program Relating to Terminal Cancer Cancer Hostels in New Zealand Cancer Nursing Diagnosis Ultrasound: Its Uses in Cancer Diagnosis Flexible Bronchofiberscopy Value of Mammography Infrared Thermography of Breast Cancers. An 8-year Experience (Diagnosis, Detection, Prognosis, Follow-up) Automated Cytology Using a Quantitative Staining Method Combined with a TV-Based Image Analysis Computer Psychological Impact of Cancer The Oncologist and the Psychologist Impacto Psicologico del Cancer. Decodificacion del Impact
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- © Pergamon 1979
- 1st January 1979
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