Do patients’ perceptions of the quality of their relationships with clinicians mediate relationships between attachment style and distress in ocular melanoma patients?

EJ Forde
Relationships between attachment style, distress and clinical relationships in oncology settings: A systematic narrative literature review Abstract Cancer diagnosis, treatment and prognosis is challenging to patients. Coping with stress is in part an interpersonal process, and patients’ capacities to form relationships with clinicians can influence their well-being. This systematic narrative review aims to understand how patient attachment style might predict dissatisfaction with clinical relationships and distress in cancer patients, and factors that mediate or moderate...
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