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Grant Number: 1R01CA176838-01A1 Interpret this number
Primary Investigator: Hudson, Shawna
Organization: Rbhs-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
Project Title: Extended Cancer Education for Longer-Term Survivors (EXCELS) in Primary Care
Fiscal Year: 2013
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DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): Results of our proposed research will uniquely fill a growing but largely unmet need to enhance extended follow-up care for cancer survivors seen in the primary care setting following active treatment. This research should inform the design of programs to enhance patient activation and engagement in their follow up care and thereby improve cancer surveillance and chronic disease prevention and management.

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Cardiovascular risk and communication among early stage breast cancer survivors.
Authors: Christian A.H. , O'Malley D. , Barac A. , Miller S.M. , Hudson S.V. .
Source: Patient Education And Counseling, 2017 Jul; 100(7), p. 1360-1366.
EPub date: 2017-02-10 00:00:00.0.
PMID: 28215826
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Learning the landscape: implementation challenges of primary care innovators around cancer survivorship care.
Authors: O'Malley D. , Hudson S.V. , Nekhlyudov L. , Howard J. , Rubinstein E. , Lee H.S. , Overholser L.S. , Shaw A. , Givens S. , Burton J.S. , et al. .
Source: Journal Of Cancer Survivorship : Research And Practice, 2017 Feb; 11(1), p. 13-23.
PMID: 27277895
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Determinants of patient activation in a community sample of breast and prostate cancer survivors.
Authors: O'Malley D. , Dewan A.A. , Ohman-Strickland P.A. , Gundersen D.A. , Miller S.M. , Hudson S.V. .
Source: Psycho-oncology, 2017-01-30 00:00:00.0; , .
EPub date: 2017-01-30 00:00:00.0.
PMID: 28133892
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Integrating primary care providers in the care of cancer survivors: gaps in evidence and future opportunities.
Authors: Nekhlyudov L. , O'malley D.M. , Hudson S.V. .
Source: The Lancet. Oncology, 2017 Jan; 18(1), p. e30-e38.
PMID: 28049575
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Breast and prostate cancer survivors' experiences of patient-centered cancer follow-up care from primary care physicians and oncologists.
Authors: Hudson S.V. , Ohman-Strickland P.A. , Bator A. , O'Malley D. , Gundersen D. , Lee H.S. , Crabtree B.F. , Miller S.M. .
Source: Journal Of Cancer Survivorship : Research And Practice, 2016 Oct; 10(5), p. 906-14.
PMID: 27034260
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Follow-up Care Education and Information: Identifying Cancer Survivors in Need of More Guidance.
Authors: O'Malley D.M. , Hudson S.V. , Ohman-Strickland P.A. , Bator A. , Lee H.S. , Gundersen D.A. , Miller S.M. .
Source: Journal Of Cancer Education : The Official Journal Of The American Association For Cancer Education, 2016 Mar; 31(1), p. 63-9.
PMID: 25524391
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Perceptions Of Cancer Risk: Differences By Weight Status
Authors: Silverman K.R. , Ohman-Strickland P.A. , Christian A.H. .
Source: Journal Of Cancer Education : The Official Journal Of The American Association For Cancer Education, 2015-11-09 00:00:00.0; , .
PMID: 26553326
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Development and preliminary testing of PROGRESS: a Web-based education program for prostate cancer survivors transitioning from active treatment.
Authors: Miller S.M. , Hudson S.V. , Hui S.K. , Diefenbach M.A. , Fleisher L. , Raivitch S. , Belton T. , Roy G. , Njoku A. , Scarpato J. , et al. .
Source: Journal Of Cancer Survivorship : Research And Practice, 2015 Sep; 9(3), p. 541-53.
PMID: 25697335
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Achieving optimal delivery of follow-up care for prostate cancer survivors: improving patient outcomes.
Authors: Hudson S.V. , O'Malley D.M. , Miller S.M. .
Source: Patient Related Outcome Measures, 2015; 6, p. 75-90.
PMID: 25834471
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Perceptions of Primary Care Among Breast Cancer Survivors: The Effects of Weight Status.
Authors: Christian A. , Hudson S.V. , Miller S.M. , Bator A. , Ohman-Strickland P.A. , Somer R.A. , Ferrante J. .
Source: Health Services Research And Managerial Epidemiology, 2015 Jan-Dec; 2, .
PMID: 26120589
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