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Associations between dyadic coping and supportive care needs: findings from a study with hematologic cancer patients and their partners

Weißflog, Gregor ; Hönig, Klaus ; Gündel, Harald ; Lang, Dirk ; Niederwieser, Dietger ; Döhner, Hartmut ; Vogelhuber, Martin ; Mehnert, Anja ; Ernst, Jochen


Purpose The way couples mutually cope with hematologic cancer is likely to influence their levels of supportive care needs (SCN). Therefore, this study evaluated the levels of dyadic coping (DC) and SCN and the concurrent associations between both variables. Methods Three hundred thirty patients with a hematologic malignancy (63% male) and their partners completed the dyadic coping inventory ...


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