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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 stay connected to the internet how people These 43.13% 22.83% Cancer & Occupational Therapy Males Females Risk of Developing Cancer in all Sites Incidence per 100,000 people of Most Common Cancers in 2011 Dani Pasquarelli, Caitlyn Lemery, Elana Brosnick, Nicole Papuzza 51% of the 540 patients diagnosed with thoracic cancer had a need for a full OT assessment.95% reported having problems in the areas of self-care including transfers, functional mobility, and showering/bathing (CI=95%).A median of 2 goals were set per patient.Percentage of goals achieved after interventionof an OT was reported at 98% use within the first 2 years after diagnosisEvery 5 years, likelihood of use increases by in males and in females What Can OT Do for Patients with Cancer? 16% Psychological/Emotional Daily Living Skills 5% Work 3% Play/Leisure 34% 11% 16% OT Use in Oncology Success of OT Intervention of patients reportedproblems in self-care.After OT intervention, of goals involving transfers, functional mobility,and bathing were met 95% 98% Significant decrease in pain: Significantly lower depression than non-intervention:Significantly lower anger than non-intervention: [a=0.05 for all of the above] 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 References 1- American Cancer Society. (2014). Lifetime risk of developing or dying from cancer. Cancer.org. 2- National Cancer Institute. (2011). SEER Cancer Statistics Review 1975-2011[Data file]. Retrieved from http://seer.cancer.gov/csr/1975_2011/browse_csr.php3- Pergolotti, M., Cutchin, M. P., & Meyer, A. (2014). Occupational therapy use by older adults with cancer. Journal of Occupational Therapy, 68, 597-607. 4-Romsaas, E.P. & Rosa, S.A. (1985). Occupational therapy intervention for cancer patients with metastatic disease. The American journal of occupational therapy, 39(2), 79-83.5- Goodwin, P.J., Leszcz, M., Ennis, M., Koopmans, J., Vincent, L., Guther, H., Drysdale, E., Hundleby, M., Chochinov, H. M.,Navarro, M., Speca, M., & Hunter, J. (2001). The effect of group psychosocial support on survival in metastatic breast cancer. The New England Journal of Medicine, 345(24), 1719-1726.6- Bentley R, Hussain A, Maddocks M, Wilcock A. (2012). Occupational therapy needs of patients with thoracic cancer at the time of diagnosis: findings of a dedicated rehabilitation service. Support Care Cancer. 2013 1519-24. doi: 10.1007/s00520-012-1687-North American Association of Central Cancer Registries. (2014). Five Most Commonly Diagnosed Cancers in the U.S. [Data files]. Retrieved from http://www.naaccr.org/DataandPublications/Top5USCancers.aspx‚Äč p=.04 p=.002 p=.007 Dani Pasquarelli, Caitlyn Lemery, Elana Brosnick, Nicole Papuzza 1 1 2 2 2 7 0 25 50 75 100 125 150 175 200 Breast Lung Colorectal Uterus Thyroid 76% Physical Daily Living Skills Breast Lung Colorectal Uterus Thyroid Prostate Lung Colorectal Bladder 0 25 50 75 100 125 150 175 200 Prostate Lung Colorectal Bladder Melanoma Melanoma
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