Publications

Improving cancer care through good communication James Bonnamy was 31-years-old when he was diagnosed with colon cancer. He had a lot of questions about his diagnosis and treatment, but in the beginning, the whole process was overwhelming. “One of the
Researchers adapted a screening tool to help treat the whole person during cancer care Supportive care given in combination with traditional cancer treatment can help improve patients’ quality of life. However, patient needs sometimes are not addressed — patients don’t
Supportive oncology and survivorship care: Initial impact of the Coleman Supportive Oncology Collaborative. Trosman JR, Weldon CB, Rosenberg CA, Gerhart J, Garcia SF, Dale W, Patel U, Khosla P, Lo SS, Macias J, Robinson PA, Danciu OC, Boecher S, Berardi
Are We Almost There Yet? Implementing a Supportive Care Clinic in a Under Resourced Hospital. Catherine Cassingham, MSW, LSW; Yabari Avalos, BSW; Dr. Pam Khosla, MD; Christine Weldon, MBA Abstract Book
Results of implementing a novel supportive oncology screening tool for comprehensive evaluation of distress and other supportive care needs. Khosla, J. R. Trosman, J. Gerhart, U. Patel, S. S. Lo, F. J. Penedo, P. A. Robinson, A. Diaz, T. Lillis,
Raising all boats in supportive oncology: Initial impact of the Coleman Supportive Oncology Collaborative (CSOC). Gerhart, C. B. Weldon, W. Dale, U. Patel, P. Khosla, S. S. Lo, C. Newsom, P. A. Robinson, J. Martin, D. Azizoddin, E. Knightly, R.
Identifying Palliative Care Needs in Stage IA to IVC Lung Cancer Patients. Mary Pasquinelli, MS, RN, BA, FNP-BC, UI Health, poster presentation
How strategies developed by a multi-center, regional collaborative to improve supportive oncology care and address patient reported outcomes were implemented by a community hospital. Caudia Perez, DO, MS, FACOS, Mercy Hospital and Medical Center, speaker
Supportive oncology training needs for pediatric cancer. Jennifer Reichek, MD, MSW, Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago, poster presentation
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Are We Almost There Yet? Implementing a Supportive Care Clinic in a Under Resourced Hospital. Catherine Cassingham, MSW, LSW; Yabari Avalos, BSW; Dr. Pam Khosla, MD; Christine Weldon, MBA Abstract Book
Results of implementing a novel supportive oncology screening tool for comprehensive evaluation of distress and other supportive care needs. Khosla, J. R. Trosman, J. Gerhart, U. Patel, S. S. Lo, F. J. Penedo, P. A. Robinson, A. Diaz, T. Lillis,
Areas for quality improvement in pediatric supportive oncology services. Reichek, C. B. Weldon, E. Suh, J. R. Trosman, S. D. Sanford, D. Dighe, R. Berardi, K. Downing, D. K. Choi, B. Roggenkamp, N. Pillay Smiley, M. Brown, E. D. Owen,
Raising all boats in supportive oncology: Initial impact of the Coleman Supportive Oncology Collaborative (CSOC). Gerhart, C. B. Weldon, W. Dale, U. Patel, P. Khosla, S. S. Lo, C. Newsom, P. A. Robinson, J. Martin, D. Azizoddin, E. Knightly, R.
Identifying Palliative Care Needs in Stage IA to IVC Lung Cancer Patients. Mary Pasquinelli, MS, RN, BA, FNP-BC, UI Health, poster presentation
How strategies developed by a multi-center, regional collaborative to improve supportive oncology care and address patient reported outcomes were implemented by a community hospital. Caudia Perez, DO, MS, FACOS, Mercy Hospital and Medical Center, speaker
Supportive oncology training needs for pediatric cancer. Jennifer Reichek, MD, MSW, Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago, poster presentation
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2017 ASCO Annual Meeting

Results of implementing a novel supportive oncology screening tool for comprehensive evaluation of distress and other supportive care needs. Julia Rachel Trosman, James Gerhart, Urjeet Patel, Paramjeet Khosla, Patricia A. Robinson, Frank J. Penedo, Aidnag Diaz, Teresa Lillis, Harry Miranda,