Richardson, Emma and Schuz, N and Sanderson, Kristy and Scott, JL and Schuez, BEC, Illness representations, coping, and illness outcomes in people with cancer: systematic review and meta-analysis, 29th Conference of the EHPS: Principles of Behaviour Change in Health and Illness, 1-5 September, 2015, Cyprus (2015) [Conference Extract]
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Background: Cancer is a leading cause of illness burden,with people with cancer at high risk for negative health and coping outcomes. The Common Sense Model (CSM) has been employed widely to understand individual responses to cancer. However, research is disparate, and a systematic review examining the associations of the CSMís illness representation dimensions with health and coping outcomes in people with cancer, had not yet been conducted.
Methods: A systematic literature search identified 51 relevant studies,with 36 providing sufficient data for meta-analysis. A narrative review of remaining studies was conducted.
Findings: Random-effects meta-analysis revealed, for example, small to moderate effects (Fischerís Z= .267 - .287) between personal control, problem-focused coping, and cognitive reappraisal, and moderate to large effects (Z= .355 - .731) between identity, consequences, emotional representations, and distress.
Discussion: This first systematic review and meta-analysis indicates how illness representations relate to illness outcomes in people with cancer.High heterogeneity suggests potential moderators of the relationships between illness representations and health and coping outcomes, including diagnostic, prognostic, and treatment related variables.
|Item Type:||Conference Extract|
|Keywords:||Illness Perceptions; Cancer; Illness Representations; Systematic Review; Meta-Analysis|
|Research Division:||Psychology and Cognitive Sciences|
|Research Field:||Health, Clinical and Counselling Psychology|
|Objective Group:||Public Health (excl. Specific Population Health)|
|Objective Field:||Behaviour and Health|
|Author:||Richardson, Emma (Miss Emma Richardson)|
|Author:||Schuz, N (Dr Natalie Schuez)|
|Author:||Sanderson, Kristy (Associate Professor Kristy Sanderson)|
|Author:||Scott, JL (Professor Jenn Scott)|
|Author:||Schuez, BEC (Dr Benjamin Schuez)|
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