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Pediatric Psycho-Oncology Professionals
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  • Hildenbrand AK, Alderfer MA, Deatrick JA, & Marsac ML. (in press). A mixed-methods assessment of coping with pediatric cancer. Journal of Psychosocial Oncology.

  • Alderfer MA, Fiese B, Gold J, Cutuli JJ, Holmbeck G, Goldbeck L, Chambers C, Abad M, Spetter D, & Patterson J. (2008). Evidence based assessment in pediatric psychology: family measures. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 33, 1046-1061.

  • Bingen K, Kupst MJ, & Himelstein B. (2011). Development of the palliative care parental self-efficacy measure. Journal of Palliative MEdicine, 14(9), 1009-1016.

  • Bingen K, Schroedl RL, Anderson L, Schmidt D, Hoag J, Christiansen H, & Kupst MJ. (2012). A multi-method assessment of psychosocial functioning and late effects in survivors of childhood cacer and hematopoietic cell transplant. Journal of Pediatric Hematology and Oncology, 34(1), 22-28.

  • Blount RL, SImons L, Devine K, Jaaniste T, Cohen L, Chambers C, & Hayutin LG.l. (2008). Evidence-based assessment coping and stress in pediatric psychology. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 33, 1021-1045.

  • Braam KI, Van Dijk EM, Veening MA, Bierings MB, Merks, JHM, Grootenhuis MA, Chinapaw MJM, Sinnema G, Takken T, Husiamn J, Kaspers GJK, Van Dulmen-den Broeder E. (2010). Design of the quality-of-life in motion (QLIM)study: a randomized controlled trail to evaluate the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of a combined physical exercise and psychosocial training program to improve physical fitness in children with cancer. BMC Cancer, 10, 624.

  • Byrne-Davis LMT, Salmon P, Gravenhorst K, Eden T, & Young B. (2010). Balancing high accrual and ethical recruitment in paediatric oncology: a qualitative study of the ‘look and feel’ of clinical trial discussions. BMC Medical Research Methodology, 10, 101.

  • Devine KA, Heckler CE, Katz ER, Fairclough D, Phipps S, Sherman-Bien S, Dolgin MJ, Noll Rb, Askins MA, Butler RW, Sahler OJZ. (in press). Evaluation of psychometric properties of the Pediatric Parenting Stress Inventory. Health Psychology.

  • Dunn MJ, Rodriguez EM, Miller KS, Gerhardt CA, Vannatta K, Saylor M, Scheule M, & Compas BE. (2011). Direct observation of mother-child communication in pediatric cancer: assessment of verbal and non-verbal behavior and emotion. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 36, 565-575.

  • Haverman L, Van Rossum MA, van VM, van den Berg JM, Dolman KM, Swart J, et al. (2013). Effectiveness of a web-based application to monitor health-related quality of life. Pediatrics, 131(2), e533-543.

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

  • Ingerski LM, Hente EA, Modi AC, & Hommel KA. (2011). Electronic measurement of medication adherence in pediatric chronic illness: A review of measures. Journal of Pediatrics, 159, 528-534.

  • Kazak A, Barakat L, Ditaranto S, Biros D, Hwang WT, Beele D, Kersun L, Alderfer M, Mougianis I, Hocking M, & Reilly A. (2011). Screening for psychosocial risk at cancer diagnosis: The Psychosocial Assessment Tool (PAT). Journal of Peiatric Hematology and Oncology, 33, 289-294.

  • Kazak A, Hocking M, Ittenbach R, Meadows A, Hobbie W, DeRosa B, Leahey A, Kersun L, & Reilly A. (2011). A revision of the Intensity of Treatment Rating Scale: Classifying the intensity of pediatric cancer treatment. Pediatric Blood & Cancer, 59(1), 96-99. DOI: 10.1002/pbc.23320.

  • Klassen AF, Strohm SJ, Maurice-Stam H, & Grootenhuis MA. (2010). Quality of life questionnaires for children with cancer and childhood cancer survivors: a review of the development of available measures. Support Care Cancer, 18(9), pp. 1207-1217.

  • Loscalzo M, Clark K, & Holland J. (2011). Successful strategies for implementing biopsychosocial screening. Psycho-Oncology, 20(5), 455-462.

  • Patel SK, Mullins W, Turk A, Kinjo C, Sato J. (2010). Distress screening, rater agreement, and services in pediatric oncololgy. Psycho-oncology, 20(12), 1324-1333. DOI: 10.1002/pon.1859.

  • Phipps S. (2005) Commentary: contexts and challenges in pediatric psychosocial oncology research: chasing moving targets and embracing “good news” outcomes. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 30(1), 41-45.

  • Werba BE, Hobbie W, Kazak AE, Ittenbach RF, Reilly AF, & Meadows AT. (2007). Classifying the intensity of pediatric cancer treatment protocols: the intensity of treatment rating scale 2.0 (ITR-2). Pediatric Blood and Cancer, 48, 673-677.

  • YapTY, Yamokoski A, Noll R, Drotar D, Zyzanski S, & Kodish D. (2009). A physician-directed intervention: teaching and measuring better informed consent. Academic Medicine, 84, 1036-1042.

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