1. An implementation science primer for psycho-oncology: translating robust evidence into practice
Background: It is broadly acknowledged that the next global challenge for psycho-oncology is the implementation of robust evidence-based treatments into routine clinical practice. There is little guidance or texts specific to psycho-oncology to guide researchers and clinicians about implementation science and how to optimally accelerate the translation of evidence into routine practice. This article aims to provide a primer in implementation science for psycho-oncology researchers and clinicians.
2. Anxiety and depression in patients with early stage endometrial cancer: A longitudinal analysis from before surgery to 6-month post-surgery
Background: The prevalence of anxiety and depression, and psychological treatment received by patients with endometrial cancer has rarely been studied. The primary aim of this article was to determine the point prevalence and cumulative prevalence of anxiety and depression in patients with endometrial cancer and types of psychological treatment received. The secondary aim was to evaluate the sociodemographic and clinical factors associated with anxiety and depression from before surgery to 6-month post-surgery.