First Name: Lisa
Last Name: Ingerski
Position Title: Assistant Member
Job Responsibilities: Combination of Research and Patient Care
About Me/My interests: Psychosocial factors impacting treatment adherence and quality of life outcomes.
- Family functioning and transition of responsibility related to the treatment regimen.
- Development of adherence-promotion interventions, especially for children and adolescents transitioning to long-term follow-up/survivorship clinics.
Training Opportunities: Yes
My Contact Information:
Address: St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital,
262 Danny Thomas Place, MS 740,
Memphis, TN 38105-3678
Topics of Interest for Collaboration: Adherence, quality of life, transition, family functioning
Publications that may be of interest to others:
Ingerski LM, Modi AC, Hood KK, Pai AL, Zeller M, Piazza-Waggoner C, Driscoll KA, Franciosi J, Rothenberg ME, Hommel K. Health-related quality of life across pediatric chronic conditions. Journal of Pediatrics 156:639-644, 2010.
Ingerski LM, Baldassano RN, Denson LA, Hommel KA. Barriers to oral medication adherence for adolescents with inflammatory bowel disease. Journal of Pediatric Psychology 35:683-691, 2010.
Ingerski LM, Shaw K, Gray WN, Janicke DM. A pilot study comparing traumatic stress symptoms by child and parent report across pediatric chronic illness groups. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics 31:713-719, 2010.
Ingerski LM, Hente EA, Modi AC, Hommel KA. Electronic measurement of medication adherence in pediatric chronic illness: A review of measures. Journal of Pediatrics 159:528-534, 2011.
Ingerski LM, Perazzo L, Goebel J, Pai ALH. Family strategies for medication adherence in pediatric kidney transplantation. Nursing Research 60:190-196, 2011.