Valentyn FournierUniversité de Lille · University of Lille
Postdoctoral researcher (SCALab, University of Lille, France)
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Objectives Traditionally, the literature investigating patient‐reported outcomes in relation to cancer survival focused on negative factors such as distress. Meta‐analyses in this field have provided a clear identification of negative affect that reduce cancer survival (e.g., depression). Nevertheless, positive psychological factors and especially...
Personalized medicine (PM) is increasingly becoming a topic of discussion in public health policies and media. However, there is no consensus among definitions of PM in the scientific literature and the terms used to designate it, with some definitions emphasizing patient-centered aspects and others emphasizing biomedical aspects. Furthermore, term...
Background Digital health technologies have expanded tremendously in the last two decades, creating an emerging research and clinical field. They are regarded as cost‐effective, and their use in healthcare is prioritized by many countries. However, the constant evolution of these technologies has led to an abundance of related literature. Thus, we...
Objective Conspiracy beliefs (CBs) can have substantial consequences on health behaviours by influencing both conventional and non‐conventional medicine uptake. They can target powerful groups (i.e. upward CBs) or powerless groups (i.e. downward CBs). Considering their repercussions in oncology, it appears useful to understand how CBs are related t...