Maria Francesca Alvisi
Cronbach's alphaPsychiatryCancerInternal medicineExtraversion and introversionMental healthOncologyLogistic regressionOdds ratioPsychologyPsychological testingLearned helplessnessPsychometricsPhysical therapyEmergency medicinePsychological interventionBiopsyLongitudinal studySocial supportFloor effectTest (assessment)DiseaseProstate cancerProtocol (science)SAINTManagement of prostate cancerProstate-specific antigenCompliance (psychology)Big Five personality traitsPopulationNeoplasm GradingGynecologyIn patientHealth related quality of lifeRepeat biopsyDecisional regretPhysical activityDisease free survivalConfirmatory factor analysisProportional hazards modelRegretNursing researchMedical emergencyAnxietyClinical significanceFatalismClinical psychologyMedicineCoping (psychology)GerontologyArea under the curveNeuroticism
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Abstract Background Active surveillance (AS) is emerging as an alternative approach to limit the risk of overtreatment and impairment of quality of life (QoL) in patients with low-risk localised prostate cancer. Although most patients report high levels of QoL, some men may be distressed by the idea of living with untreated cancer. Objective To identify factors associated with poor QoL during AS. Design, setting, and participants Between September 2007 and March 2012, 103 patients participated i...
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