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Pediatric Psycho-Oncology Professionals
Katie Devine

First Name: Katie

Last Name: Devine

Position Title: Research Assistant Professor

Job Responsibilities: Research

Education/Training: Psychology

About Me/My interests: I am interested in designing and evaluating behavioral interventions to reduce patient and familial distress following diagnosis, enhance quality of life during and after treatment, and promote healthy behaviors in long-term survivors of childhood cancers. I am very interested in incorporating technology into behavioral interventions. My work focuses on adolescent and young adult (AYA) cancer survivors. Current projects include a physical activity promotion intervention for AYA survivors, a qualitative study of parent-teen communication during cancer treatment, and a qualitative study of facilitators and barriers to follow-up care for young adult survivors.

Training Opportunities:Yes – NCI R25 Cancer Control Training Program for PhDs/MDs, but only occasionally accepts individuals interested in pediatric psycho-oncology


My Contact Information:

Address: University of Rochester Medical Center, 265 Crittenden Blvd., CU 420658, Rochester, NY 14642

Email: katie_devine@urmc.rochester.edu

Phone: 585-276-5687

Topics of Interest for Collaboration: Cancer survivorship; AYA oncology; health promotion; quality of life


Publications that may be of interest to others:  

Devine, K. A., Reed-Knight, B., Loiselle, K., Fenton, N., & Blount, R. L. (2010). Posttraumatic growth in young adults who experienced serious childhood illness: A mixed methods approach. Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings, 17, 340-348.

Holmbeck, G. N., & Devine, K. A. (2009). Editorial: An author's checklist for measure development and validation manuscripts. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 34, 691-696.

Blount, R. L., Simons, L., Devine, K., Jaaniste, T., Cohen, L., Chambers, C., et al. (2008). Evidence-based assessment of coping and stress in pediatric psychology. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 33, 1021-1045.


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