Development of intervention program for pain palliation of family with outpatients under cancer chemotherapy treatment
Nahoko Saita, PhD, Faculty of Health Sciences, Yamaguchi University Graduate School of Medicine, Ube, Japan
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We developed an intervention program to relieve distress, and enable family to face the disease together with the patient. This program was considered a useful method as it triggered positive changes in their attitude and way of thinking which would enable them to provide much needed support to the patient.
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