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Publications, Presentations & Reports

Valverde, P., Burhansstipanov, L., Patierno, S., Gentry S., Dwyer, A., Wysocki, K., Patterson, A., Krebs, L., Sellers, J., Johnston, D. (2019). Findings from the National Navigation Roundtable: A call for competency-based patient navigation training. Cancer, 32470.

Escoffery, C., Patterson, A., Paris, N., Kirsch, L., Frank, C. and O'Connor, J. (2019). Assessment of distress, unmet needs, and receipt of care plans among cancer survivors in Georgia, 6 (2).

McDonagh, K. and Paris, N. (2019). Effective population health strategies require leadership diversity. Modern Healthcare, 6 (20). 

Ghamande, S., Cantuaria, G., Jillella, A., Kota, V., Green, A., Richards, W., Burke, J., Zaren, H., Taylor, M., Reddy, S., Dillmon, M., Pippas, A., Schnell, F., Srinivasiah, J., McDonough, C., Short, J., Whitaker, G., Belgrave, A. and Paris, N. (2018). A collaborative pilot model among Georgia oncologists to strengthen clinical trial enrollment and promote equity of care for minorities. Journal of Clinical Oncology, 36 (15).

Lemak, C., Paris, N. and McDonagh, K. (2017). Essential Values for Population Health Improvement. Population Population Health Management, 20(4).

Kerber, A. and Ledbetter, N. (2017). Scope and Standards: Defining the Advanced Practice Role in Genetics. Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing, 21(3).

Patterson, A., Escoffery, C., Hotz, J., Paris, N., Meyer, D., Giblin, J., Michaud, K., Kirsch, L., Wilson, B., Fournier, J., Helmer, C., Comer, C., Kines, J., Heddon, M., Sidman, T., Moon, T. and Cannady, R. (2016). Provider-survivor communication: Identifying and addressing unmet needs. Journal of Clinical Oncology, 34(3).

Bellcross, C. (2016). Hereditary breast and ovarian cancer: risk assessment in minority women and provider knowledge gaps. The Journal of Community and Supportive Oncology, 14(6).

Kirsch, L., Patterson, A. and Lipscomb, J. (2014). The state of cancer survivorship programming in Commission on Cancer-accredited hospitals in Georgia. Journal of Cancer Survivorship, 9(1).

Paris, N., Gabram-Mendola, S., Kerber, A., O'Connor, J., Crane, B., Martin, M., Traxler, L., Matthews, R., Parker, C., Webster, R., Schmitt, E., Meaney-Delman, D., Nair, N., Green, V. and Brannon Traxler, L., Martin, M., Kerber, A., Bellcross, C., Crane, B., Green, V., Matthews, R., Paris, N. and Gabram, S. (2014). Implementing a Screening Tool for Identifying Patients at Risk for Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer: A Statewide Initiative. Annals of Surgical Oncology, 21(10).

Paris, N., Burke, J. and Schnell, F. (2013). Shared Vision, Collective Impact, and Persistent Challenges: The First Decade of Georgia's Oncology Research Network. Journal of Oncology Practice, 9(6).  

Zelnak, A., Styblo, T., Rizzo, M., Gabram, S., Wood, W., Harichand-Herdt, S., Kim, S., Liu, Y. and O'Regan, R. (2013). Final Results from Phase II Trial of Neoadjuvant Docetaxel and Capecitabine Given Sequentially or Concurrently for HER2-Negative Breast Cancers. Clinical Breast Cancer, 13(3).

Pratt-Chapman, M., Simon, M., Patterson, A., Risendal, B. and Patierno, S. (2011). Survivorship navigation outcome measures. Cancer, 117(15).

Mealor, R., Canterbury, K., Paris, N., Irby, S. and Johnson, N. (2008). Georgia on My Mind. Oncology Issues, 23(3).

Resources & Education

Partnership awards $100,000 for breast cancer research

Georgia CORE, in partnership with It’s The Journey and A Cure In Our Lifetime Atlanta has awarded a $100,000 grant to Dr. Veena Rao, Morehouse School of Medicine for Triple Negative Breast Cancer Research.

10/17/2019

Recent Developments in Breast Cancer Show Survival Increase

Recent developments in breast cancer show a 'dramatic' survival increase with CDK4/6 inhibitor, new settings for immunotherapy, and PFS gain with AKT inhibitor.

9/24/2019

Congratulations to the winners of the 2019 Breast Cancer License Tag Awards!

Eight organizations across the state have been awarded grants totaling $400,000 for breast cancer education, screening and treatment for underserved Georgians.

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