Weight Change in cancer survivors.
February 10, 2016
Cancer Rehabilitation for Ambulatory Care
May 11, 2016
The Cancer We Forgot: Remote History of Cancer
May 12, 2016
Cancer Rehabilitation: An Introduction
May 13, 2016
How should cancer survivors receiving chemotherapy approach exercise?
June 4, 2016
American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting
Horses Help Heal Cancer Survivors
Horses Healing The Family
Healing Your Heart With Horses
SELECTED PRESENTATIONS & LECTURES
5/16 Hardy, L., Hulen, E., Hughes, A., Schwartz, A., With and Beyond the IRB: Ethical Data Protection in Community-engaged Research. Panel: Indigenous Peoples’ Resilience and Applying Anthropology Today. Society for Applied Anthropology annual meeting, Vancouver, BC.
4/15 Center for American Indian Resilience: Research Core. Accepted, Western Institute of Nursing meeting, Albuquerque, NM, 2015.
12/14 Weight loss and bone health in postmenopausal breast cancer survivors. San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium 2014
10/13 Effects of Physical Activity on Cancer Survivorship Among American Indian/Alaska Native Survivors. 9th National Changing Patterns of Cancer in Native Communities: Strength Through Tradition and Science, Albuquerque, NM
8/13 Cancer Rehabilitation. International Physical medicine and rehabilitation meeting, Las Vegas, NV
7/13 Current & Future directions of exercise for cancer survivors. Oncology Nursing Society Quality leadership meeting, Pittsburgh, PA
8/12 Symposium: ACSM Exercise guidelines and the LIVESTRONG project. World Cancer Congress, Union for International Cancer Control, Montreal, CAN
4/12 Cancer rehabilitation for PTs and rehabilitation professionals. Seattle, Wa
3/12 LIVESTRONG Assembly, Keynote presentation: Living Well with Cancer.
3/12 LIVESTRONG Assembly, roundtable discussion: new horizons in cancer and exercise. Austin, TX
9/11 Grand Rounds: Do we live in a cancer hotbed? St. John’s Medical Center, Jackson Wy
4/11 CDC Directors Meeting. Dissemination of exercise for cancer survivors: the LIVESTRONG experience. Atlanta, GA
2/11 Update on physical activity and cancer research. LIVESTRONG at the YMCA meeting, Chicago, IL
11/10 Exercise & Sex in breast cancer recovery. Mayo Clinic Breast Cancer Review, Scottsdale, AZ
9/10 Caring from the Heart: KeyNote. Oncology Nurses Symposium, Scripps Hospital, San Diego, CA
6/10 ACSM/ONS Exercise Guidelines for Cancer Survivors.10th Biennial Cancer Survivorship: Recovery & Beyond, Washington DC.
5/10 ACSM/ONS Exercise Guidelines for Cancer Survivors. Oncology Nursing Society annual meeting.
10/09 Emerging changes in exercise guidelines for cancer survivors. Grand Rounds, U. Missouri Medical School
10/09 Theoretical basis and practicality of equine therapy for breast cancer survivors. Central MO Oncology Nurses Association, Columbia, MO
10/09 Horse therapy workshop for cancer survivors. University of Missouri, Columbia
9/09 Cancer Survivor Exercise Guidelines, YMCA/LIVESTRONG Austin, TX
5/09 The Importance of Nutrition and Physical Activity – Part II of The Seventh Annual Cancer Survivorship Series: Living With, Through and Beyond Cancer. Cancer Care International Teleconference with audience of over 2900 survivors.
3/09 Keynote, Idaho State University Research day, Data under our noses: Find, Organize, Interpret, Pocatello, ID
2/09 Cancer rehabilitation: introduction and basic considerations. YMCA Chicago, Ill
9/08 3-day workshop and lectures, Equine Assisted Therapy and Cancer Survivors: Application and Research, University of Missouri, Columbia MO
6/08 Pilot study of horse therapy: Aerobic capacity and quality of life of breast cancer survivors. DAMD Era of Hope Breast Cancer Research meeting. Baltimore.
5/08 Cancer-related fatigue and it’s debilitating consequences. Symposium “Cancer Survivorship”, American College of Sports Medicine meeting, Indianapolis.
5/08 Emotional and spiritual impacts of cancer on survivors, YMCA Denver, CO
5/08 Planning exercise programs for cancer survivors, YMCA Denver, CO
5/08 Physical activity for cancer survivors: Developing a deeper understanding
3/08 Horse Therapy and Cancer Survivors. EAGALA annual meeting, Ogden UT
1/08 Developing exercise programs for cancer survivors, Chicago Illinois
1/08 Special considerations when working with cancer survivors. Chicago Ill.
1/08 Panel Discussion: Concerns of Cancer Survivors: How to best meet their needs. Chicago Ill
11/07 Cancer & Physical Activity, Keynote, International Integrative Oncology meeting San Francisco
7/07 LIVESTRONG/YMCA presentation on Cancer Rehabilitation, Chicago
5/07 Physical Fitness, Physical Activity and Age Predict Fatigue in Older, Long-Term Breast Cancer Survivors” Abstract Number: 2969 American College of Sports Medicine
5/07 S0229 Randomized Trial Assessing the Effects of Exercise on Patients with Locally Advanced Lung Cancer Undergoing Curative Intent Combined Modality Therapy
4/07 MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston TX Clinical Update: Exercise
3/07 IRB Update, College of Nursing & Healthcare Innovation, ASU
2/07 ACSM Cancer Ex Specialist meeting to develop certification program
1/07 Weight maintenance during chemotherapy: Effect of aerobic and resistance exercise. 9th Annual Cancer Nursing Research meeting, Hollywood, CA
2/07 Keynote Building Healthy Lifestyles Conference Moving Beyond Cancer: Exercise & Survivorship. Phoenix, AZ
12/06 Research in Acute Care Settings, ASU CONHI Research Intensive workshop, Tempe, AZ
10 /06 Oncology Update: Exercise and Fatigue, Scottsdale Healthcare
10/06 Behavioral Interventions & Cancer Survivorship, NCI Survivorship Conference, Bethesda, MD
6/06 Etiology and Management of Cancer-related Fatigue. Lance Armstrong Foundation/ The Wellness Community meeting “Future Directions in Survivorship” Washington DC
4/06 Grand Rounds Cleveland Clinic: Physical Activity In the Care of Cancer Patients/Survivors: Exercise Prescription & Clinical Recommendations
4/06 How to Manage Fatigue? Get Moving! Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH
4/06 KeyNote to Oncology Nurses Society, Cleveland Chapter: Exercise for Cancer Side Effect and Symptom Management
4/06 The Role of Exercise in Fighting Cancer Fatigue, Bartlett Lectureship, Baylor University College of Medicine, Dallas, Tx
3/06 Physical Activity In the Care of Cancer Patients/Survivors: Exercise Prescription & Clinical Recommendations, Malasanos Lectureship, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
3/06 National Cancer Institute invitation only meeting, State of Evidence for a Weight Control Trial to Prevent Breast Cancer, Bethesda, MD
2/06 Research in Acute Care Settings, ASU CONHI Research Intensive workshop, Tempe, AZ
4/05 Exercise and Cancer Symposium, Oncology Nursing Society Annual meeting.
2/05 Fatigue Intron-A and Treatment (FIT Trial): Outcomes of a randomized trial to improve treatment tolerance. ONS 8th Cancer Nursing Research meeting, Fort Lauderdale, FL.
1/05 Symptom clusters in the oncology patient. Oncology Nursing Society chapter, El Paso, Tx
1/05 Clinical Considerations and Therapeutic Options in Anemia Management, Western Regional Oncology Conference, El Paso, TX
10/04 Supportive and palliative care in Arizona: physical activity and rehabilitation. Arizona Task Force on Supportive and Palliative Care.
9/04 Survivorship and fitness. Mayo Clinic Native American Cancer Research meeting. Phoenix AZ
7/04 Physical Activity, Weight Control & Patient Care: Exercise Prescription & Clinical Recommendations, 13.5 CME program accredited by American Association of Family Physicians, Napa, CA
6/04 Physical Activity, Weight Control & Patient Care: Exercise Prescription & Clinical Recommendations, 13.5 CME program accredited by American Association of Family Physicians, Jackson, Wy
6/04 Symptom management in the care of breast cancer. Flagstaff Medical Center
4/04 State of the Science on Nutrition and Exercise for oncology patients. Asheville, NC AHEC annual CME meeting
1/04 Exercise Prescriptions for Cancer Patients, Grand Rounds, Swedish Medical Center, Seattle WA
6/03 Invited to give Keynote address at Chronic Illness Conference and be visiting professor, National Taipei University, Taipei China.
4/03 Exercise During and Following Cancer Treatment. Denali Oncology Nurses, Anchorage, AK
3/03 Exercise rehabilitation in the oncology setting. Puget Sounds Oncology Nursing meeting. Bellevue, WA
1/03 Working with the media. 7th Annual American Cancer Society Cancer Nursing Research Meeting, San Diego, CA
10/02 Review of Cancer and Exercise Research. Legacy Cancer Rehabilitation Conference, Portland, OR.
10/02 Is There a Survival Benefit to Exercise-based Interventions in Patients with Cancer, Scientific Symposium for Committee on Women & Special Populations, Southwest Oncology Group, San Antonio, TX
9/02 Anemia Centers Of Excellence lecture series, Four Seasons Hotel, New York City, NY
9/02 Symposium, Exercise In Chronic Illness, Symposium at State of the Science Meeting, Washington, D.C.
8/02 Cognitive Changes In The Oncology Patient, DC Oncology Nursing and Pharmacists Group, Washington DC.
7/02 Issues In Managing Anemia, Portland Metropolitan area nurses, Portland Or.
6/02 My Get Up And Go Got Up And Went: Coping with fatigue. Lymphoma & Leukemia Society. Portland, OR
5/02 Effects of exercise on bone density and body composition of breast cancer patients receiving chemotherapy. American College of Sports Medicine annual meeting, St. Louis, MO.
5/02 Effects of exercise on bone mineral density in pre- and postmenopausal women receiving chemotherapy for breast cancer. American Society of Clinical Oncology annual meeting, Orlando, FL.
4/02 Fatigue And Quality of Life. Fatigue Week, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Houston TX.
4/02 Measurement of fatigue: Determining minimally important clinical differences. Assessing Clinical Significance for Quality of Life Measures in Oncology Research: State of the Science, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
4/02 A randomized trial of exercise for newly diagnosed patients receiving chemotherapy: Effects on bone density and body composition. Oncology Nursing Society annual meeting, Washington, D.C.
4/02 Interfacing with the media. Symposium, Oncology Nursing Society annual meeting, Washington, D.C.
3/02 Fatigue and Quality of Life: Research-based Interventions. University of Texas College of Pharmacy, San Antonio, TX.
1/02 Exercise and Cancer Survivorship. Psychosocial Outcomes of Physical Activity, National Cancer Institute.
1/02 Fatigue and Quality of Life: Outcomes and Interventions. Supportive Care Conference, San Antonio, TX. M.D.
12/01 Effects of exercise on bone density and body composition in breast cancer patients receiving adjuvant chemotherapy San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium.
11/01 Cancer Symptom management: Exercise, the orphan intervention. Oregon Health & Science University.
9/01 Exercise for cancer patients – old myths and new advice for patients. Kaiser Permanente.
9/01 Exercise for Cancer Patients: Where we are and where we’re going. Oregon Cancer Institute.
8/01 Exercise and Erythropoeitin for Cancer-related Fatigue. Grand Rounds, Good Samaritan Hospital, Portland, OR
6/01 A randomized trial to examine effects of exercise on bone density in cancer patients receiving chemotherapy and catabolic steroids. American College of Sports Medicine meeting, Baltimore, MD
6/01 Fatigue and aging: What can we do to change it? Oregon Health Sciences University Continuing Education Program, Portland, OR.
6/01 Cancer and Exercise: How should you advise your patients? Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ
5/01 Living with Breast Cancer. Breast Cancer Update: The journey through detection, treatment & follow-up. Seattle, WA
5/01 Effect of exercise on fatigue in cancer patients receiving chemotherapy and catabolic steroids. Oncology Nursing Society, San Diego, CA.
4/01 Exercise during cancer treatment: Effects on physical, emotional and nutritional health. Cancer Care Along the Continuum…Issues Facing Women. Fox Chase Cancer Center, Philadelphia, PA.
4/01 Adherence to high dose Interferon: Exercise and methylphenidate. Southwest Oncology Group meeting, San Francisco, CA.
4/01 Don’t let your side effects take over your life: Surviving cancer treatment. Seattle VA Medical Center.
4/01 Aggressive assessment and management of cancer treatment-related fatigue – more than anemia. Seattle VA Medical Center.
2/01 Exercise and methylphenidate for fatigue of interferon in malignant melanoma.
6th Annual American Cancer Society Nursing Research meeting, Ponte Vedre, FL.
2/01 Effect of Exercise on weight gain in women with breast cancer receiving adjuvant chemotherapy. 6th Annual American Cancer Society Nursing Research meeting, Ponte Vedra, FL.
11/00 Energy conservation, exercise and fatigue management. Oncology Nursing Chapter, Pasco, WA.
11/00 Physical activity intervention with cancer patients. Physical Activity and Cancer. Cooper Institute of Aerobic Research & National Cancer Institute, Dallas.
10/00 Exercise rehabilitation of cancer patients. Georgia Oncology Nurses, Macon, GA.
9/00 Symptom Management and Exercise. National Institute of Nursing Congressional Briefing, Washington, D.C.
6/00 Exercise, body weight, affect and chemotherapy in breast cancer. DoD Breast Cancer Research Program: Era of Hope, Atlanta.
6/00 Chemotherapy, anemia and fatigue. Oaks Park, Portland, OR
7/00 Examples of research using NK Cells: Breast Cancer and exercise. Psychoneuroimmunology II: Mind-Body Interactions in Health and Illness. University of Washington, Seattle.
5/00 Fatigue across the lifespan. Physiology of Aging conference. Providence St. Vincent Medical Center, Portland.
5/00 Fatigue and aging. Physiology of Aging conference. Providence St. Vincent Medical Center, Portland, OR.
5/00 The exercise-fatigue balance. Fatigue Symposium, Oncology Nursing Society Meeting, San Antonio, TX.
4/00 Issues after breast cancer. Portland Convention Center, Portland, OR.
4/00 Exercise across the health continuum: A paradigm shift, Western Institute for Nursing Research, Denver, CO.
4/00 Fatigue: The silent lingering symptom. Symptom Management Program, University of Washington, Seattle.
4/00 Body weight and affect in women with breast cancer. Western Institute for Nursing Research, Denver.
2/00 Exercise and breast cancer: Body weight and affect. Clinical Nutrition Research Unit, Univ. Washington, Seattle, WA
1/00 Fatigue and radiation therapy: Future research directions. Radiation Therapy Oncology Group, Philadelphia
11/99 Fatigue and melanoma treatment. Melanoma telephone support group, Seattle
10/99 Exercise in Blood and Marrow Transplant Patients, Physical Therapy dept., University of Washington Medical Center
10/99 Managing your fatigue. Breast cancer survivor’s luncheon, Rockwood Clinic, Spokane
9/99 Is there a relationship between sleep quality and fatigue in cancer patients? State of the Science Meeting, Washington, DC (with S. Beck).
7/99 Clinical management of fatigue, Seattle VA Medical Center telecast to ID, MT, OR, Alaska
7/99 Dimensions of cancer-related fatigue, Puget Sound Oncology Nursing meeting, Seattle.
5/99 Effect of exercise on weight gain in women with breast cancer receiving adjuvant chemotherapy. American Society of Clinical Oncology, Atlanta.
5/99 Exercise dose and daily pattern of fatigue. Oncology Nursing Society, Atlanta.
5/99 Evaluation of the Pittsburg Sleep Quality Index in Cancer patients. Oncology Nursing Society, Atlanta (with S. Beck).
4/99 Fatigue: Issues in management, measurement and research. Southwest Oncology Group Nursing Plenary Session, Phoenix.
4/99 Fatigue: Managing a difficult treatment side effect. Eugene, OR
4/99 Differences in the pattern of cancer-related fatigue and vigor. Western Institute of Nursing, San Diego.
4/99 Managing fatigue in the clinical setting. Foundations in chemotherapy practice, Shoreline, WA
4/99 Management Issues: Fatigue. Providence Hospital, Portland.
3/99 Keys to developing an exercise program for cancer patients. Enhancing Care: 3rd Annual Conference on Fatigue and Quality of Life, Philadelphia.
3/99 Exercise in the management of cancer-treatment related fatigue. Enhancing Care: 3rd Annual Conference on Fatigue and Quality of Life, Philadelphia.
2/99 Exercise dose and daily pattern of fatigue. Paper presented at the 5th Annual American Cancer Society Nursing Research meeting, Newport Beach, CA.
2/99 Sick and tired of being tired and sick. Dimensions of cancer-related fatigue and its management, New Orleans.
2/99 Management strategies for cancer-treatment-related fatigue. Dimensions of cancer-related fatigue and it’s management. New Orleans.
1/99 Cancer-related fatigue: We can make a difference. Oregon Oncology Nursing Society, Portland.
10/98 Get focused! Writing an NRSA, University of Utah College of Nursing Monthly Research School of Nursing.
6/98 Energy expenditure and exercise adherence in women with breast cancer receiving chemotherapy. Poster presented American College of Sports Medicine meeting, Orlando.
5/98 Effects of exercise on the pattern of daily fatigue in women with breast cancer. Oncology Nursing Society, San Francisco.
3/98 Fatigue problems among athletic cancer survivors. NCI: Research Issues in Cancer Survivorship meeting, Bethesda.
1/98 Overall change in cancer treatment-related fatigue as measured by the Schwartz Cancer Fatigue Scale (SCFS). Nursing Research Conference: Research for Clinical Practice, Tucson, AZ.
11/97 Effect of exercise on fatigue and quality of life in women with breast cancer. Department of Defense: Era of Hope Breast Cancer Conference, Washington, D.C.
5/97 Exercise and fatigue patterns of athletic cancer survivors. American College of Sports Medicine annual meeting, Denver.
5/97 Reliability and validity of the Cancer Fatigue Scale. Oncology Nursing Society Congress, New Orleans.
1/97 Development of the Cancer Fatigue Scale. 4th Annual American Cancer Society Nursing Research meeting, Panama City, FL.