The emotional impact of a gynaecological cancer

by Thomas, Naomi

BreaCan, Melbourne, Vic, 2013

Many women have difficulty managing the uncertainty and sense of loss of control associated with cancer treatment and living with cancer, and can experience stress, anxiety and sadness. In this session, Dr. Naomi Thomas, Clinical Psychologist at the Centre for Women's Mental Health at the Royal Women's Hospital discusses emotional adjustment to a gynaecological cancer diagnosis and common issues experiences by women living with cancer.

Categories: Cancer, Psychosocial aspects

Subjects: Coping, Gynaecological cancer, Mental health, Psychological wellbeing

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Last Updated: 27 September, 2013 2:33 pm