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Pediatric Psycho-Oncology Professionals
Caprice Knapp

First Name: Caprice

Last Name: Knapp

Position Title: Assistant Professor

Job Responsibilities: Research and Teaching

Education/Training: Health Services Research/Economics

About Me/My interests: I am passionate about pediatric palliative care and conducting behavioral and outcomes research in this area. In addition, my collaborative work has focused on fertility preservation for adolescent females. In Florida we have good access to patients in pediatric palliative care and wish to collaborate with others to conduct multi-site studies.

Training Opportunities: No

My Contact Information:

Address: 1329 SW 16th Street, Gainesville, FL 32608
Phone: 352 265 2517

Topics of Interest for Collaboration: pediatrics, palliative care, fertility preservation, community based models, policy analysis

Publications that may be of interest to others:  

Knapp, C, L. Woodworth, M. Wright, J. Downing, R. Drake, S. Fowler-Kerry, R. Hain, and J. Marston. “Pediatric Palliative Care Provision Around the World: A Systematic Review.” Pediatric Blood and Cancer, 2011 March 17, Epub ahead of print. DOI:10.1002/pbc.23100.

Knapp, C. and G. Quinn. (2010) “Health Care Provider Perspectives on Fertility Preservation for Cancer Patients." Cancer Treatment and Research. 156(6):391-401.

Knapp, C, G. Quinn, and D. Murphy. “Measuring Reproductive Concerns of Adolescents with Cancer: Challenges and Potential Solutions.” In Press, Journal of Adolescent and Young Adult Oncology, December 2010.

Quinn, G., D. Murphy, C. Knapp, K. Bradley-Klug, K. Sawcyn, and M. Clayman. “Fertility and Decision-Making in Teens with Cancer: Who Decides?” In Press, Journal of Adolescent Health, August 2010.

Knapp, C., V. Madden, H. Wang, P. Sloyer, and E. Shenkman. “Internet Use and e-Health Literacy of Low-Income Parents Whose Children Have Special Health Care Needs.” In Press, Journal of Medical Internet Research, June 2011.

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