Designed to be easy to read, with information clearly displayed in concise tables and boxes accompanied by clinical vignettes, the book provides clear, practical guidance on all aspects of the psychological care of patients with cancer. Both trainees and practitioners will find it useful in the clinic as well as a resource for continued professional development"--Provided by publisher. Notes Includes bibliographical references and index. Jacobsen and Kristine A. Bultz, Matthew J.
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Stuber and Elizabeth M. Ganz and Annette L. Kissane, Carrie E. This perpetuates a cycle of privilege and effectively bars nonwealthy academic and lay users from accessing the full knowledge base of our profession. This includes a full spectrum of research knowledge users such as medical patients and family members, private medical practitioners, the media, NGOs, health advocates, citizen scientists, LMIC researchers, and the general public.
The alternative model that has gained acceptance and momentum is open-access publishing, wherein part of the cost of publication is borne by scientists seeking to publish their work, rather than users themselves, in the form of article processing charges APCs. The rapid proliferation of predatory new online journals only helped fuel this skepticism.
However, attitudes are changing now that open access publishing is required by many funding agencies worldwide, mainstream respected publishers and journals are offering open access, and researchers are beginning to see higher rates of downloads and more citations of their work. We have taken this barrier into account in our publication model. We have also set aside APC waivers for an initial set of unsolicited articles to be accepted in the new journal, of which several still remain.
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We believe these provisions will decrease barriers to publication associated with APCs, will improve the reach and influence of the work we publish, and allow relevant knowledge users such as patients themselves ready access to our work. We will be accepting articles across the spectrum of psychosocial oncology research and practice with the recognition of disparities in the level of psychosocial care available to people with cancer worldwide. With this in mind, we aim to emphasize papers addressing global priorities in cancer care, disparities in cancer incidence and outcomes.
This includes publishing work that addresses steps to better identify and respond to the psychosocial needs of cancer patients across diverse geographic and cultural settings, and low cost easily implementable psychosocial care interventions. The psycho-oncology research community, through the leadership of IPOS, has achieved outstanding international recognition of the importance of psychosocial issues in cancer prevention and treatment.
Although many such interventions have been developed and shown efficacious in tertiary cancer care settings, moving from research to practice presents a significant challenge. This requires interventions tailored to meet the varying clinical, social, and cultural contexts of cancer. Such an approach is clearly a priority in LMICs, where per capita funding for cancer care is often very low, and innovative dissemination and implementation strategies need to be developed and tested.
Achieving a global impact in these areas requires a better understanding of the varying economic, cultural, and geographic factors that play a role in all aspects of cancer internationally.
This is an important focus for the journal. We aim to provide a vehicle for promoting the necessary integration of disciplines to address these global challenges in cancer. Through the journal, IPOS is committed to promoting the growth and dissemination of the evidence base for our field and contribution of such evidence to all facets of this world-wide challenge to improve cancer outcomes.
This can be done by addressing the psychosocial perspectives in cancer prevention and early detection, and promoting psycho-oncology care across all stages of cancer, including advanced disease and palliative care.
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Evidence-based policy development has a key role to play in moving our scientific developments forward to achieve these goals. Our aim includes supporting ready access to high quality research about effective policy development that can promote the necessary traction in building psycho-oncology services across these diverse geographic and cultural settings. Finally, we believe that to change practice, psychosocial oncology research has to focus not only on defining and describing the problems faced by cancer patients, survivors and caregivers, but on developing, testing, and implementing interventions and strategies to help relieve suffering.
To make a difference in care, these strategies and programs need to be scalable and sustainable in large health care systems globally. To that end we encourage submissions related to psychosocial aspects of evidence-based cancer prevention, models and methods of screening for distress and symptom burden, programs targeting specialized populations such as children, adolescents, and young adults with cancer as well as older adults, and strengthening the contribution of psycho-oncology research to challenges in end of life care.
Research built on Implementation Science has the potential to provide key insights to the field and one that we hope to promote through the journal: new methods to improve the provision and reach of psycho-oncology services, particularly to underserved populations, and to design strategies that will address the gap in access and utilization of evidence-based interventions.
We live at a time of renewed interest in the psychosocial aspects of the rapidly advancing knowledge regarding the biology of cancer and cancer treatments. The integration of insights from our field with engagement across discipline boundaries has the potential to assist in addressing this challenge. We will be calling upon these Editorial Board members as expert peer-reviewers for submitted manuscripts. We also have a team of Associate Editors who specialize in specific content areas: Bill Breitbart USA with expertise in palliative care; Gail Garvey Australia whose focus is indigenous health and global disparities in cancer; Nick Hulbert-Williams UK with expertise in intervention development and testing; Yosuke Uchitomi Japan with expertise in screening for and treating anxiety and depression; and Claire Wakefield Australia in pediatric, AYA, and global psycho-oncology.
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