Among the ongoing psychosocial cancer research projects are:


Psychosocial factors in breast cancer, a national cohort study
Expressive writing intervention in a nationally representative sample of women with primary breast cancer
Complementary and alternative medicine use among Danish breast and lung cancer cancer patients – associations with quality of life and health outcomes
Religious beliefs and spirituality among cancer patients - associations with health outcomes and quality of life
Children with a parent with cancer – psychosocial consequences and needs
Cognitive function following chemotherapy
Needs of elderly cancer patients
Infections in cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy – the role of stress, self-efficacy, and social support
Improving patient-staff communication in oncology and patient empowerment
Among the non-cancer behavioral health research activities are:


Quality of life in dermatological diseases
The placebo phenomenon – effects and mechanisms
The influence of psychosocial factors on the outcome of IVF-treatment
Health behaviors and adherence in diabetes and heart disease.

Contact

Unit for Psychooncology and Health Psychology 
Bartholins Allé 9, Building 1340, 2nd. Floor
8000 Aarhus C
Denmark
Phone: +45 87 16 26 74