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Pediatric Psycho-Oncology Professionals
Clinical Interventions
  • Stern M, Lamanna J, Russell C, Ewing L, Thompson A, Trapp S, Bitsko, M., & Mazzeo, S. (2013). Adaptation of an obesity intervention program for pediatric cancer survivors (NOURISH-T).Clinical Practice in Pediatric Psychology, 1(3), 264-275. doi:10.1037/cpp0000023

  • McLoone JK, Menzies SW, Meiser B, Mann GJ, Kasparian NA. (2013). Psycho-educational interventions for melanoma survivors: A systematic review. PsychoOncology, 22: 1444-1456.DOI: 10.1002/pon.3165

  • Marsac ML, Hildenbrand A., Clawson K, Jackson L, Kohser K, Barakat L, Kassam-Adams N, Aplenc R, Vinsel A, Alderfer MA. (2012). Preliminary data on acceptability and feasibility of the Cellie Cancer Coping Kit. Supportive Care in Cancer, 20 (12), 3315-3324. E-publication 14 May 2012 doi: 10.1007/s00520-012-1475-y

  • Hocking MC, Kazak AE, Schneider S, Barkman D, Barakat LP, & Deatrick J. (2014). Parent perspectives on family-based psychosocial interventions in pediatric cancer: A mixed-methods approach on parent perspectives. Supportive Care in Cancer. doi: 10.1007/s00520-013-2083-1

  • Barrera M & Schulte F. (2009). A group social skills intervention program for survivors of childhood brain tumors. Psychology, 34(10), 1108-1118.

  • Butler RW, Copeland DR, Fairclough DL, Mulhern RK, Katz ER, Kazak AE, Noll RB, Patel SK, & Sahler OJZ. (2009). A multicenter, randomized clinical trial of a cognitive remediation program for childhood survivors of a pediatric malignancy. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 76, 367-378.

  • Hardy KK, Willard VW, & Bonner MJ. (2011). Computerized cognitive training in survivors of childhood cancer: a pilot study. Journal of Pediatric Oncology Nursing, 28(1), 27-33.

  • Hazen RA, Eder M, Drotar D, Zyzanski S, Reynolds AE, Reynolds P, Kodish E ,& Noll RB. (2010). A feasibility trial of a video intervention to improve informed consent for parents of children with leukemia. Pediatric Blood and Cancer, 55, 113-118.

  • Graves MM, Roberts MC, Rapoff M, & Boyer A. (2010). The efficacy of adherence interventions for chronically ill children: a meta-analytic review. Journal of Pediatric Psychology. 35(4), 368-382.

  • Jalali R, Goswami S, Develeker R, & Dinshaw KA. (2007). Animation film as a vehicle for cancer information programme in children undergoing cancer treatment. Pediatric Blood and Cancer, 49(4), 439.

  • Karlson C, & Rapoff M. (2008). Attrition in randomized controlled trials for pediatric chronic conditions. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 34, 783-793.

  • Kazak A, Hoagwood K, Weisz J, Hood K, Vargas L, & Banez G. (2010). A meta-systems approach to evidence-based practice for children and adolescents. American Psychologist, 65, 85-97.

  • Meyler E, Guerin S, Kiernan G, & Breatnach F. (2010). Review of Family-Based Psychosocial Interventions for Childhood Cancer. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 35(10), 1116-1132.

  • Packman W, Fine J, Chesterman B, VanZutphen K, Golan R,& Amylon M. (2004). Camp Okizu: Preliminary investigation of a psychological intervention for siblings of pediatric cancer patients. Children’s Health Care, 33, 201-215.

  • Patel SK, Katz E, Richardson R, Rimmer M, & Kilian S. (2009). Cognitive and problem-solving training in children with cancer: a pilot project. Journal of Pediatric Hematology and Oncology, 31(9), 670-677.

  • Sahler OJ, Varni JW, Fairclough DL, Butler RW, Noll RB, Dolgin MJ, Phipps S, Copeland DR, Katz ER, & Mulhern RK. (2002). Problem-solving skills training for mothers of children with newly diagnosed cancer: A randomized trial. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, 23, 77-86.

  • Wiener L, Battles H, Mamalian C, & Zadeh S. (2011). ShopTalk: A pilot study of the feasibility and utility of a therapeutic board game for children and adolescents living with cancer. Journal of Supportive Care in Cancer, 19(7), 1049-1054.

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