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Rehabilitation

  • Michael J.L. Sullivan
  • Maureen Simmonds
  • David Butler
  • Shirin Shalliwani
  • Mahnaz Hamidzadeh
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The treatment of cancer will frequently require that individuals temporarily modify or discontinue their occupational activities. Following the successful management of disease activity in individuals diagnosed with cancer, issues concerning the resumption of occupational responsibilities are often raised. Rehabilitation interventions might be considered as a viable option to assist cancer survivors in resuming occupational involvement [1].

Keywords

Cancer Survivor Breast Cancer Survivor Work Disability Rehabilitation Intervention Occupational Activity 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Michael J.L. Sullivan
    • 1
  • Maureen Simmonds
  • David Butler
  • Shirin Shalliwani
  • Mahnaz Hamidzadeh
  1. 1.Professor, Departments of Psychology, Medicine and NeuroscienceCanada Research Chair in Behavioral Health, McGill UniversityMontreal QuebecCanada

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