Esperança da Pessoa com Câncer Avançado em Cuidados Paliativos

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https://doi.org/10.32635/2176-9745.RBC.2024v70n2.4661

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Esperança, Neoplasias/epidemiologia, Cuidados Paliativos/psicologia, Assistência terminal/psicologia

Resumo

A esperança é um constructo multidimensional e multifacetado imbricado no processo de cuidar das pessoas com câncer, trata-se de estado emocional dinâmico, adaptativo e essencial para transcendência. O objetivo deste estudo é refletir sobre a esperança da pessoa com câncer avançado em cuidados paliativos. A esperança é multideterminada por diferentes fatores intrínsecos, funcionais, socioafetivos, psicoemocionais, terapêuticos; entre outros, ela é ancorada e potencializada pela espiritualidade, que propulsiona a transposição da adversidade imposta pela doença progressiva e busca de sentido da vida. Existe relação positiva entre a esperança e a qualidade de vida relacionada à saúde, além de ser parte de uma “engrenagem” dinâmica, intimamente associada ao bem-estar biopsicossocioespiritual. Faz-se importante a reflexão do impacto da esperança no cuidado da pessoa com câncer avançado para um planejamento holístico e fundamentado na avaliação e promoção da esperança no intuito de auxiliar na busca de equilíbrio.

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2024-05-21

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Ramos TH, Silva L dos S, Carvalho TP de, Nogueira L de A, Mantovani M de F, Kalinke LP. Esperança da Pessoa com Câncer Avançado em Cuidados Paliativos. Rev. Bras. Cancerol. [Internet]. 21º de maio de 2024 [citado 13º de junho de 2024];70(2):e-074661. Disponível em: https://rbc.inca.gov.br/index.php/revista/article/view/4661

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