Adrianne W. Casebeer, PhD, MPP, MSComprehensive Health Insights
Patient-Reported Symptoms Reduce Health-Related Quality of Life Among Patients Undergoing Treatment for Metastatic Cancer
November 14, 2017 | November 2017 Vol 8, No 11
Symptoms that patients with cancer experience, either due to their illness or as a result of cancer treatment, are known to diminish their health-related quality of life.
Social Support Is a Moderator in the Relationship Between Comorbidity Medication Adherence and Healthy Days for Patients with Metastatic Cancer
Mikele Bunce, PhD, MPH, Adrianne W. Casebeer, PhD, MPP, MS, Dana Drzayich, Antol, MS, Sari Hopson, PhD, MSPH, Raya Khoury, MPH, Todd Michael, PharmD, RPh, Aparna Parikh, MD, Alisha Stein, RN-BC, MSN, OCN, Stephen Stemkowski, PhD, MHA
September 23, 2016 | October 2016 Vol 7, No 9
Research suggests that medication adherence improves quality of life. This study explored the influence of social support (SS) on the relationship between comorbidity medication adherence (CMA) and health-related quality of life for patients with cancer.
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