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Cancer Care and Sexuality

Professional training and oncosexology

TITLESPEAKERPublished
Developing Peer Led Communication Skills Program for Cancer Clinicians -'Discussing Sexuality with Cancer Patients'Suzann HegartySydney 2007 
The teaching and training process in oncosexologyWoet L. Gianotten2014 
Developing and implementing guidelines in oncosexologyPierre Bondil2014 
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Cancer treatment and Care

TITLESPEAKERPublished
Cancer treatment and sexual dysfunction: an overviewLuca IncrocciSydney 2007 
How to deal with female cancer in a society where emotions are not easily discussed: a Japanese experienceMiyako TakahashiSydney 2007 
How to treat sexual dysfunction in cancer care: an sexologist's approachDaniela E.E. HahnSydney 2007 
How to deal with sexual dysfunction in cancer care: the nurse’s approachIsabel D. WhiteSydney 2007 
Looking at affects of cancer and its treatment on the emerging sexual self during adolescenceKelly McDonnellGoteborg 2009 
Representations of women sexuality among nurses in BrazilElisabeth Meloni VieiraGlasgow 2011 
Staying hard after treatment of prostate cancerRonny Tan2016 
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