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Pediatric Psycho-Oncology Professionals
Savita Goswami


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First Name: Savita

Last Name: Goswami

Position Title: Clinical Psychologist

Job Responsibilities: Combination of Research and Patient Care

Education/Training: Psychology

About Me/My interests: I am working in the field of psycho-oncology since 1996. In my day to day work I get chance to deal with adult and pediatric freshly diagnosed patients, patient who are on active treatment, patient with advanced illness or referred to palliative care, survivors of childhood cancer and also patients referred from preventive oncology. There is a wide range of work and responsibility.
I enjoy every part of my work but working with cancer survivors and children is interesting and challenging. Working with parents and planning interventions for family support at every sage of illness is very essential and we try to do that in our limited capacity. I work with a psychiatry colleague which gives me comprehensive approach to look at patients problems.

Training Opportunities: Yes

My Contact Information:

Residential Address: 208/plot- 79, Shivsagar Housing Society, C’ Wing, Near Pragati School, Gorai- 2, Borivali (west), Mumbai-400092,Maharashtra,India
Office Address: Tata Memorial Hospital,Psychiatric Unit, Earnest Borges Marg, Parel, Mumbai-400012

Topics of Interest for Collaboration: Parental support group, Pediatric, Survivors, Palliative

Publications that may be of interest to others:  

R Jalali, S Goswami, R Develekar and K Dinshaw. Animation film as a vehicle for cancer information programme in children undergoing cancer treatment. Pediatric Blood Cancer 2007, Vol- 49 (4) October, 439.

The international observatory on end of life care. Life Histories from India Feb 2007 (Published interview).

Rakesh Jalali , Indranil Mallick , Debnarayan Dutta , Savita Goswami , Tejpal Gupta .Anusheel Munshi, Deepak Deshpande and Rajiv Sarin. Factors Influencing Neurocognitive Outcomes in Young Patients with Benign and Low-Grade Brain Tumors Treated with Stereotactic Conformal Radiotherapy, Int.J. Radiation Oncology Biol Phys, 2009, Oct 26.

PA Uplap, GA Mishra, P Majumdar, SD Gupta, PS Rane2, PK Sadalge, AM Avasare, SS Goswami1,VA Dhar3, S S Shastri . Oral Cancer Screening at Workplace in India— One-year Follow-up Indian Journal of Community Medicine 2011, Vol-36:2

MA Muckaden, M Dighe, Balaji PD, S Dhiliwal, P Tilve, S Jadhav, S Goswami “Pediatric Palliative care : Theory to practice”: Indian Journal of Palliative care: March 07, 2011

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