Publications

Contact

Name: Andrea Barsevick, PhD, RN
Position: Professor

834 Chestnut Street
Suite 314
Philadelphia, PA 19107

Telephone: 215-503-4623

Recent Publications

Evaluation of a technology-based survivor care plan for breast cancer survivors: Pre-post pilot study

Treatment plan consistency with guidelines for older adults with cancer

The Brief Perceived Cognitive Impairment Scale-Korean: A Validation Study

Chemotherapy-associated cognitive impairments in Korean cancer patients: Risk factors and functional outcome

Bounce: Designing a physical activity intervention for breast cancer survivors

Phase 2 Study of Weekly Paclitaxel Plus Estramustine in Metastatic Hormone-Refractory Prostate Carcinoma: ECOG-ACRIN Cancer Research Group (E1898) Trial

Identifying the subtypes of cancer-related fatigue: results from the population-based PROFILES registry

Advancing symptom science through symptom cluster research: Expert panel proceedings and recommendations

Post-treatment problems of African American breast cancer survivors

Defining the Symptom Cluster: How Far Have We Come?

Symptom Clusters

Validity and reliability of the taiwanese version of the general fatigue scale in cancer patients

Management of cancer-related fatigue during chemotherapy through telephone motivational interviewing: Modeling and randomized exploratory trial

Subgroups of cancer patients with unique pain and fatigue experiences during chemotherapy

Risk and outcomes of chemotherapy-induced diarrhea (CID) among patients with colorectal cancer receiving multi-cycle chemotherapy

Comparison of groups with different patterns of symptom cluster intensity across the Breast Cancer Treatment Trajectory

Biological pathways, candidate genes, and molecular markers associated with quality-of-life domains: An update

Recommendations for high-priority research on cancer-related fatigue in children and adults

The personal patient profile-prostate decision support for men with localized prostate cancer: A multi-center randomized trial

Preparing individuals to communicate genetic test results to their relatives: Report of a randomized control trial