Theory to Evidence-Based Practice for Breast Cancer Women: Lazarus and Folkman's Stress Appraisal Coping Theory
Kathleen A. Sternas, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, College of Nursing, Seton Hall University, South Orange, New Jersey, USA
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Sternas, Kathleen A. (2017-07-13)Breast cancer is a major global public health issue. It is the most common disease in women worldwide and the leading cause of death in females including women in Argentina, Uruguay and Brazil (Brunello et al., 2008; ...
Sternas, Kathleen A. (2016-07-13)Session presented on Thursday, July 21, 2016: Purpose: Breast cancer is a stressful experience for women worldwide. National and international studies report poor quality of life, increased emotional distress among women ...
Risky Behaviors in Teenagers, a Global Issue: Evaluation of an Evidence-Based Intervention to Reduce Risky Behaviors with Implications for Practice, Education and Research Sternas, Kathleen A.; Scharf, Mary Ann; Peterkin, RoseMarie; Summerly, Janet (2012-9-12)Purpose: Teenagers have high rates of risky behavior including drug/alcohol use, smoking, sexual activity which affect health. Risky behaviors are prevalent in the United States, England, Australia, Canada and among Newark ...
Coping with Appraised Threat of Breast Cancer: Primary Prevention Coping Behaviors Utilized by Women at Increased Risk Lancaster, DianeBreast cancer affects nearly one in nine women and is a leading cause of cancer related deaths among this group. Yet, little is known about how high risk women deal with this health threat. Conceptualized within the Neuman ...
Teenage Pregnancy Prevention: Comparison of Outcomes for Teenage Girls and Boys Participating in an Evidence-Based Intervention Sternas, Kathleen A.; Scharf, Mary Ann; Summerly, Janet; Peterkin, RoseMarie (2013-10-22)Session presented on: Thursday, July 25, 2013: Purpose: Global trends indicate high rates of teenage pregnancy in the United States and other developed countries. Early teenage sexual activity and risky behaviors are related ...