7-1

 

Estimates of the Supply of Selected Physician Types Available to Provide or Ensure the Provision of Psychosocial Health Services,

 

285

7-2

 

Estimates of the U.S. Supply of Selected Nonphysician Providers Available to Provide or Ensure the Provision of Psychosocial Health Services,

 

286

B-1

 

Serial Search Strategies,

 

362

B-2

 

Psychosocial Needs and Formal Services to Address Them,

 

364

C-1

 

Recommendations Addressing Psychosocial Services,

 

379

C-2

 

Other Recommendations of Potential Relevance,

 

394

FIGURES

S-1

 

Model for the delivery of psychosocial health services,

 

8

1-1

 

Cancer care trajectories,

 

25

4-1

 

Model for the delivery of psychosocial health services,

 

158

BOXES

5-1

 

A Letter to My Patients,

 

231

5-2

 

Example of Patient Handout on Sources of Help in Managing Cancer and Its Treatment,

 

233

5-3

 

Patient Comments on the Usefulness of CancerCare’s Telephone Education Workshops,

 

234

6-1

 

Medicare Care Coordination Demonstration Projects,

 

259

7-1

 

LCME Undergraduate Medical Education Accreditation Standards That Address Psychosocial Health Services,

 

290

7-2

 

General Principles of Gender, Ethnic, and Behavioral Considerations for USMLE Step 1,

 

292

7-3

 

General Competencies of the ACGME Outcome Project,

 

293

7-4

 

Selected NLNAC Core Competencies Addressing Psychosocial Health Services,

 

298

7-5

 

Selected Core Competencies from The Essentials of Baccalaureate Education,

 

299

7-6

 

Selected C-Change Psychosocial Core Competencies,

 

314

B-1

 

Key Factors Associated with Successful Dissemination and Adoption of Innovations,

 

368



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