L'expérience des femmes atteintes d'un cancer du col de l'utérus récemment diagnostiqué en Indonésie

Translated title of the contribution: Women experience with newly diagnosed cervical cancer in Indonesia

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Introduction: Patients with cervical cancer in the early period of diagnosis (0–3 months) often show denial, thus leaving the patient less cooperative with the treatment plan. Objective: This study aims to identity the acceptance response whose diagnosed cervical cancer. Method: This study is qualitative research study with phenomenological approach. Sampling was conducted by purposive sampling with a sample size of 12 participants. Data were collected using semi-structured in-depth interviews. Thematic analysis was performed using Collaizi steps. Result: The themes that emerged were formulated based on the participants’ answers to interview questions and field notes during the interview process. This research produces 7 (seven) themes: responsibility, efforts to seek treatment, support, source of information, commitment, obstacles, and hope. Conclusion: The emotional stability of cervical cancer patients was fluctuated and the feelings of loss occurred repeatedly even after reaching the acceptance state. Good self-adjustment enhance respondent's acceptance of their disease and bringing new hope for their life, so cervical cancer patients will have a positive expectation in his life. The role of health workers is important in the adjustment of early-diagnosed patients with cervical cancer by providing health education and consultation services related to the condition of the illness.

Translated title of the contributionWomen experience with newly diagnosed cervical cancer in Indonesia
Original languageFrench
Pages (from-to)160-167
Number of pages8
JournalMedecine Palliative
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2020


  • Acceptance response
  • Cancer du col de l'utérus
  • Cervical cancer
  • Diagnostiqué précocement
  • Early-diagnosed
  • Réponse d'acceptation


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