Melissa Rosen, MASharsheret, Teaneck, NJ
Implementation of Remote Supportive Care Programs to Women at Risk for and Surviving with Breast and Ovarian Cancer During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Adina Fleischmann, LSW, Elana Silber, MBA, Melissa Rosen, MA, Sydney Campbell, BS, Nikoleta Marku, Catherine Dunn, BS, Tania Lobo, MS, Kenneth P. Tercyak, PhD
December 16, 2021 | November 2021 Vol 12, No 11
The COVID-19 global pandemic created significant challenges in providing screening, treatment, and support services to women at risk for and living with breast and ovarian cancer.
Examining the Mutual Benefits of a Peer Support Program to Facilitate Adaptation Among Women Affected by Breast/Ovarian Cancer: The Sharsheret Experience
November 14, 2017 | November 2017 Vol 8, No 11
Frank Riessman’s Helper Theory (1965) posits that peer support networks can be powerful tools to extend care delivery—benefiting both the giver and receiver of informal care.
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