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Edited By: Jimmie C. Holland and Maggie Watson
Impact Factor: 3.256
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2015: 2/39 (Social Sciences Biomedical); 18/76 (Psychology); 18/129 (Psychology Multidisciplinary); 86/213 (Oncology)
Online ISSN: 1099-1611
Recently Published Issues
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2016 (Volume 25)
November (Issue 11)
Towards understanding problems in the parent–practitioner relationship when a child has cancer: meta-synthesis of the qualitative literature
S. Davies, B. Young, P. Salmon (Pages 1252-1260)
October 2016 (Issue 10)
People with dementia: what is known about their experience of cancer treatment and cancer treatment outcomes? A systematic review
J. B. Hopkinson et al. (Pages 1137-1146)
September (Issue 9)
A systematic review and meta-analysis of prescribing practices of antidepressants in cancer patients
S. Sanjida et al. (Pages 1002-1016)
August (Issue 8)
Psychological intervention targeting distress for cancer patients: a meta-analytic study investigating uptake and adherence
R. Brebach et al. (Pages 882 – 890)
July (Issue 7)
Randomized-controlled trial of mindfulness-based cancer recovery versus supportive expressive group therapy among distressed breast cancer survivors (MINDSET): long-term follow-up results
L. E. Carlson et al. (Pages 750 – 759)
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We Are Now Online Only!
Psycho-Oncology has been available exclusively online since January 2013. Read more about the transition here.
Call for Special Issue Topics
Over 2015 and 2016 there were two important Special (themed) Issues of Psycho-Oncology. Both were very successful in terms of capturing the 'zeitgest' of psycho-oncology and the high number of authors submitting papers to be considered for inclusion.
As Editors we wish to ensure that opportunities arise to present hot issues in our science and clinical work, as well as the integration of psycho-oncology into the broader cancer landscape.
To enable this we are inviting proposals for future themed issues that reflect controversies, important clinical developments and cutting edge science.
Submissions should include a summary, rationale for the proposed topic and a brief biosketch of the Guest Editor(s). The overall length of the summary should be no more than 500 words.
Proposals can be submitted to: Psycho-Oncology@wiley.com
Closing date for submissions is 31st March 2017
APOS and IPOS News
British Psychosocial Oncology Society Annual Conference
Living with and beyond cancer: opportunities in a changing landscape
A joint meeting with Psycho-Oncology & Survivroship Clinical Studies Group.
For further details please see www.bpos.org.