Evolution of consultation-liaison services in bone marrow transplantation.

Abstract:

:Bone marrow transplantation offers new hope for cure in a variety of leukemias, aplastic anemia, and other immunodeficiency and hematologic disorders. But the psychologic circumstances accompanying this procedure are often profoundly stressful. The evolution of consultation--liaison services on a bone marrow transplantation unit are described and illustrated with several clinical vignettes. The results of a survey of 52 other bone marrow transplantation centers report the percentage that provide such services and the extent to which they are performed by a psychiatrist, a nonphysician psychosocial counselor, or both.

journal_name

Gen Hosp Psychiatry

authors

Rappaport BS

doi

10.1016/0163-8343(88)90006-0

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

1988-09-01 00:00:00

pages

346-51

issue

5

eissn

0163-8343

issn

1873-7714

pii

0163-8343(88)90006-0

journal_volume

10

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