Not Just a Cancer Patient
By Jana Levenson Brenman & Tom Hill
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Focusing on several articulate teens undergoing treatment, this video helps nurses, physicians, social workers and psychologists understand the needs and feelings of this engaging and very special population, in order to improve communication, increase patients' involvement in their own treatment, and give them a greater sense of control.
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Order No. QA-086
"This video demystifies the adolescent cancer experience while emphasizing the importance of open, honest and direct communication." Jamie Ostroff, PhD, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
Awards & Conference Screenings
Gold Apple, National Educational Film Festival
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