Abteilung für Medizinische Psychologie und Medizinische Soziologie
Abteilung für Medizinische Psychologie und Medizinische Soziologie
 


Publikationen Tim Hartung

    2017


  1. Vehling S, Kissane DW, Lo C, Glaesmer H, Hartung TJ, Rodin G, Mehnert A (2017). The association of demoralization with mental disorders and suicidal ideation in patients with cancer. Cancer, 123(17), 3394-3401.
     
  2. Hartung TJ, Brähler E, Faller H, Härter M, Hinz A, Johansen C, Keller M, Koch U, Schulz H, Weis J, Mehnert A (2017). The risk of being depressed is significantly higher in cancer patients than in the general population: Prevalence and severity of depressive symptoms across major cancer types. Eur J Cancer, 72, 46-53.
     
  3. Mehnert A, Barth J, Gaspar M, Leibbrand B, Kegel CD, Bootsveld W, Friedrich M, Hartung TJ, Berger D, Koch U (2017). Predictors of early retirement after cancer Rehabilitation - a longitudinal study. Eur J Cancer Care , 26(5), 1-9.
     
  4. Hartung TJ, Friedrich M, Johansen C, Wittchen HU, Faller H, Koch U, Brähler E, Härter M, Keller M, Schulz H, Wegscheider K, Weis J, Mehnert A (2017). The Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale (HADS) and the 9-item Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ-9) as screening instruments for depression in patients with cancer. Cancer, 123(21), 4236-4243.
     
  5. 2016


  6. Hartung TJ, Mehnert A, Friedrich M, Hartmann M, Vehling S, Bokemeyer C, Oechsle K (2016). Age-related variation and predictors of long-term quality of life in germ cell tumor survivors. Urol Oncol, 34(2), 60.e1-6.
     
  7. Engelmann D, Scheffold K, Friedrich M, Hartung TJ, Schulz-Kindermann F, Lordick F, Schilling G, Lo C, Rodin G, Mehnert A (2016). Death-Related Anxiety in Patients With Advanced Cancer: Validation of the German Version of the Death and Dying Distress Scale. J Pain Symptom Manage, 52, 582-587.
     
  8. 2015


  9. Mehnert A, Hartung TJ (2015). Psychoonkologische Versorgungsforschung. Nervenarzt, 86(3), 258-265.
     
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