Descriptive Studies survey patients about their pain, fatigue, quality of life and preferences regarding symptom control. Health care professionals are surveyed about their attitudes and practices related to symptom management at all stages of disease progression. Other topics include end-of-life pain management practices and the effects of patients' pain on their caregivers.
- Multi-Institutional Evaluation of Pain Assessment and Management within the National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN)
- Feasibility Study of the Assessment of Symptom-Related Cytokines in NSCLC Patients Undergoing Chemoradiation Therapy
- Symptom Assessment of Cancer Patients Undergoing Autologous Blood or Marrow Transplantations
- Feasibility Study of the Assessment of Symptom-Related Cytokines in AML/MDS Patients Undergoing Allogeneic Blood or Marrow Transplantation
- Needs Assessment for Cancer Pain Relief Programs in Three Cancer Treatment Centers in Vietnam
- Physician Knowledge, Attitudes and Practice of Pain Management: A Survey of Physicians in Texas
- The Brief Sleep Disturbance Scale: Measuring Sleep Disturbance Among Cancer Patients
- Fatigue and Its Symptom Cluster Related to Inflammatory Cytokine Profiles in Cancer Patients Seeking Emergency Care
- Improving Cancer Pain Management for Chinese American Patients
- Measuring the Symptom Distress of Cancer Patients: Development of a New Assessment System
- The Assessment of Preferences for Pain and Symptom Control Health States
- Advanced Cancer Care in Latin America and the Caribbean: A Survey of Health Professionals
- Measurement and Prediction of Postoperative Pain and Analgesic Requirement
- Repeated Measurement of Postoperative Fatigue: A Feasibility Study
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Old Drugs, New Possibilities (Conquest, Fall 2008)
Symptom Research Awarded NIH P01 Grant (Division of Internal Medicine Newsletter, Summer 2008)
Symptom Research and Psychometrics (Network, Summer 2008)