Justin Yopp, PhD
Psycho-Social Complications of Receiving a Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment During the Pandemic
This presentation will focus on the unique psychosocial complications related to being diagnosed with - and treated for - cancer during the COVID pandemic.
- Describe pandemic-related factors that contribute to the distress experienced by patients diagnosed with and treated for cancers
- Recognize how the psychosocial functioning of patients being treated for cancer is affected by the confluence of pandemic-related stressors and concerns of mortality
- Identify strategies that patients being treated for cancer during the pandemic can utilize to address psychosocial distress and promote adaptive coping
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