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Health Professionals Breaking Bad News Techniques In Diagnosed Cancer Patients | 62042
ISSN: 2167-1168

Journal of Nursing & Care
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Health professionals breaking bad news techniques in diagnosed cancer patients

15th Euro Nursing & Medicare Summit

Adeviye Aydın, Nilgun Kahraman

Hacettepe University, Turkey

ScientificTracks Abstracts: J Nurs Care

DOI: 10.4172/2167-1168.C1.031

Cancer is a chronic disease that one of the three most common causes of death and life-threatening. Every stage of this common disease, patients and families may face the bad news. The bad new is any information that affects in a negative way in the case of the disease onset, progression, recurrence, even in the event of termination of the patient’s life. Breaking bad news is a difficult task for health perofessionals about who will give you the bad news and how about to be. Cancer patients and their families show a variety of reactions to the bad news, often live feelings of helplessness. Breaking bad news style is one of the factor that affect patient and their relatives about what kind of reaction would give, forms of coping and patient-health communication. Therefore, health professionals should pay attention to this factor. The bad news should be given by health professionals and should be responsibility of these persons. And the bad news should be given in a common language, in a realistic manner, noticed that the patient’s difference is only individual, and providing expressed patients and relatives feelings. In this review is focused that how the cancer patient and their families should be given to bad news, patients and families actions of this condition and how points are forced the health professionals.

Adeviye AYDIN graduated from Ankara University Çankırı Department of Nursing in 2009. She worked as a nurse in Hacettepe University, Emergency Clinic in the years 2009-2010. Started to work as a Research Assistant in Sinop University in October, 2010. She was graduated from Hacettepe University, Faculty of health Sciences, and department of Psychiatry Nursing master program in 2013. Started to work in Hacettepe University, faculty of nursing, She has started doctorate program in 2013. She has been continued phd thesis.

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