Final Agenda

2012 Biennial Final Agenda [PDF,192 KB]
2012 Biennial downloadable materials

Thursday June 14


8:00 am – 5:30 pm
Registration and check-in

8:00 am – 9:00 am
Breakfast for Survivor Advocate Workshop Participants


9:00 am – 11:30 am
Pre-Conference Workshops

11:30am - 12:30 pm
Lunch for Survivor Advocate Program Participants
* All other conference attendees should plan for lunch on their own.

12:30 pm – 2:00 pm
Opening Session – Introductory Remarks

Bob Croyle, PhD
Director, Division of Cancer Control and
Population Sciences
National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health

John Seffrin, PhD
Chief Executive Officer
American Cancer Society

Andy Miller, MHSE, CHES
Executive Vice President of Mission
LIVESTRONG

Marcus Plescia MD, MPH
Director, Division of Cancer Prevention and Cont.rol
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Russ Glasgow, PhD
Deputy Director, Implementation Science
National Cancer Institute
 

2:00 pm-3:30 pm
Plenary: Obesity

Chair
Catherine Alfano, PhD
National Cancer Institute

Leslie Bernstein, PhD
City of Hope
The Impact of Obesity on Cancer Survivorship

Lee Jones, PhD
Duke Cancer Institute
Translational Research to Optimize the Efficacy of Exercise Therapy as Treatment for Cancer

Jennifer Ligibel, MD
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

Elizabeth A. Rohan, PhD, MSW
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Colleen Doyle, MS, RD
American Cancer Society

Matt M. Longjohn, MD, MPH
YMCA of the USA
 

3:30 pm – 4:00 pm
Break

4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Concurrent sessions:

1. Cognition

Chair
Wendy Nelson, PhD, MPH
National Cancer Institute

Moderator
Tim Ahles, PhD
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
Cognitive Effects of Cancer Treatments: State of the Science

Idelle Davidson, MPA
Co-author, “Your Brain After Chemo: A Practical Guide to Lifting the Fog and Getting Back Your Focus.”

Sonia Ancoli-Israel, PhD
University of California, San Diego
The Influence of Sleep on Cognition in Breast Cancer

Kristina Hardy, PhD
Children’s National Medical Center
Cognitive Training for Pediatric Cancer Survivors


2. Cardiac Injury

Chair/Moderator
Joanna Brell, MD
National Cancer Institute

Thomas Force, MD
Temple University School of Medicine
Cardiotoxicity of Targeted Therapeutics

Marielle Scherrer-Crosbie, MD, PhD
Massachusetts General Hospital
Early Detection of Cardiotoxicity: Novel Biomarkers

Lee Jones, PhD
Duke Cancer Institute
The Effects of Aerobic Training to Improve Cardiovascular Function During or After Anti-Tumor Therapy

Douglas Sawyer, MD, PhD
Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
Translating Basic Cardiovascular Research into Improving Outcomes in Breast Cancer


3. Stress

Chair
Paige McDonald, PhD, MPH
National Cancer Institute

Moderator
Lynne, Padgett, PhD
National Cancer Institute

Anil K. Sood, MD
MD Anderson Cancer Center
Mechanisms of Stress Effects on Cancer

Susan Lutgendorf, PhD
University of Iowa
From Mind to Brain to Cancer Cell: A Systematic Approach to Cancer Progression

Barbara L. Andersen, PhD
Ohio State University
The Biobehavioral Model: From Discovery to Intervention Dissemination


4. Care Planning

Chair/Moderator
Carly Parry, PhD, MSW
National Cancer Institute

Talya Salz, PhD
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
Colorectal Cancer Survivors' Needs and Preferences for Survivorship Information

Kim A.H. Nicolaije, MSc
Tilburg University
The Impact of an Automatically Generated Survivorship Care Plan on Patient Reported Outcomes (ROGY Care): First Outcomes of a Pragmatic Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial among Gynecologogical Cancer Patients

Scott Randy Secord, MSW, RSW
The Princess Margaret Cancer Survivorship Program
eCancer 2012: Collaborative Survivorship Care, Intersecting Trans-disciplinary Care and eHealth Technologies

Claire Pace, MSN
Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center
Barriers and Facilitators to Implementing Cancer Survivorship Care Plans  


5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Poster Session #1

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Networking dinner for Survivor Advocate participants

 

Friday, June 15


7:30 am – 6:00 pm
Registration Desk Open

7:00 am – 8:30 am
Breakfast roundtables

9:00 am – 10:30 am
Plenary: Health Equity

Chair
Shoba Srinivasan
National Cancer Institute

Moderator
Kimlin Tam Ashing-Giwa, PhD
City of Hope Medical Center
Health Equity: Moving Survivorship Interventions Forward among Underserved Populations

Jackie Casillas, MD, MSHS
University of California
Cancer Survivorship and Health Equity Research: Lessons Learned from Pediatric, Adolescent and Young Cancer Survivors

Melinda Stolley, PhD
University of Illinois at Chicago
Moving Forward Together: Partnerships to Support a Weight Loss Program for African-American Breast Cancer Survivors

Linda Burhanssitpano, Dr.PH
Native American Cancer Research Corporation
Translating Science to Care: Findings from 716 American Indian Alaska Native Cancer Survivors

10:30 am – 11:00 am
Break

11:00 am – 12:30 pm
Concurrent sessions:

5. Resilience

Chair
Carly Parry, PhD, MSW
National Cancer Institute

Moderator
Brad Zebrack, PhD, MSW, MPH
University of Michigan School of Social Work

Annette L. Stanton, PhD
University of California, Los Angeles
Conceptualizing Resilience in the Context of Cancer Survivorship

Keith Bellizzi, PhD, MPH
University of Connecticut
Resilience in Survivors of Colorectal Cancer

Tina Staley, LCSW
Duke Cancer Care Research Program

Amy P. Abernethy, MD
Duke University School of Medicine
Evidence Development and Inplementation for Resilience Interventions: Pathfinders / Pillars4Life as a Case Study


6. Innovative Surveillance

Chair/Moderator
Tenbroeck Smith, MA
American Cancer Society

Co-Chair
Steven B. Clauser, PhD
National Cancer Institute

Joan Warren, PhD
National Cancer Institute
Using SEER-Medicare Data for Cancer Survivorship Research

Joseph Lipscomb, PhD
Emory University
Augmenting State Cancer Registry Data for Quality-of-Care Assessment: the Georgia Project

Discussant
Larissa Nekylyudov, MD, MPH
Harvard Medical School


7. Fatigue

Chair
Kevin Stein, PhD
American Cancer Society

Moderator
Sandra A. Mitchell, PhD, CRNP
National Cancer Institute

Paul Jacobsen, PhD
H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute
Current Issues in the Conceptualization and Measurement of Cancer Related Fatigue

Julienne Bower, PhD
University of California, Los Angeles
Underlying Biological Mechanisms and Pathophysiology of Cancer Related Fatigue

Ann M. Berger, PhD
University of Nebraska Medical Center
Intervention Research: Accelerating the Translation of Knowledge to Improve Cancer Related Fatigue Outcomes

Chad Ward
Cancer Survivor


8. Communication within the Family

Co-Chairs
Lynne Padgett, PhD
National Cancer Institute

Co-Chair
Natasha Buchanan, PhD
Centers for Disease Cont.rol and Prevention

Moderator,
We-ying Sylvia Cho, PhD, MPH
National Cancer Institute

Matthew J. Loscalzo, LCSW
City of Hope
Engaging Breast Cancer Patients and their Partners in a Strengths-Based Intervention Immediately Before the Clinical Encounter with the Surgeon

Hoda Badr, PhD
Mount Sinai School of Medicine
The Role of Spousal Communication in Patient and Partner Adjustment to Metastatic Breast Cancer

Laurel Northouse, PhD, RN, FAAN
University of Michigan
Fostering Patient-Caregiver Communication: From Intervention to Dissemniation

Linda Squiers, PhD
RTI International
Telling Kids About Cancer- A Tool For the Newly Diagnosed that Uses Survivors' Stories Gathered through StoryCorps

12:30 pm – 2:30 pm
Lunch & Awards

2:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Special Session: Mechanisms of Aging/Premature Aging

Chair/Moderator
Corinne Leach, MS, PhD, MPH
American Cancer Society

Lynne W. Elmore, PhD
Virginia Commonwealth University

Aoife O’Donovan, BA, MPsychsc, PhD
University of California, San Francisco
From Bench to Behavior: Lifestyle Factors and the Biology of Aging

Discussant
Julia Rowland, PhD
National Cancer Institute

3:30 pm – 4:00 pm
Break

4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Concurrent session:

9. Adherence

Chair/Discussant
Julia Rowland, PhD
National Cancer Institute

Jacqueline Dunbar-Jacob, PhD, RN, FAAN
University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing
Adherence in Chronic Disease

Louis Fehrenbacher, MD
Kaiser Permanente Medical Center
The Adjuvant Endocrine Therapy Compliance/Adherence Problem: Can Integrated Care Management Fix It?

Talya Salz, PhD
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
Adherence to Surveillance Colonoscopy Guidelines After a Diagnosis of Colorectal Cancer

10. Relationships and Intimacy

Chair
Ruth Rechis, PhD
LIVESTRONG

Co-Chair
Emily Eargle, MSSW
LIVESTRONG

Moderator
Leslie Schover, PhD
MD Anderson Cancer Center

Ulrike Boehmer, PhD
Boston University School of Medicine
Tell me the Sex of your Partner, and I will Tell You How You are Doing

Kathryn Flynn, PhD
Duke University
Development of the PROMIS Sexual Function Measure

Sharon Bober, PhD
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Project SHARE: An Intervention to Manage Sexual Dysfunction in Women having Risk-Reducing Salpingo-Oophorectomy (RRSO)

Sarah Wenstrand, BA
Cancer Survivor
Cargiver Perspectives on Relationships and Intimacy During Cancer Illness and Treatment


11. Economic Issues

Chair
Robin Yabroff, PhD
National Cancer Institute

Moderator
Katherine S. Virgo, PhD, M.B.A.
American Cancer Society

Mark C. Hornbook, PhD
Kaiser Permanente Northwest
The Economic Burden of Cancer Survivorship: Medical Care and Family Costs

Cathy Bradley, PhD
Virginia Commonwealth University
Employment and Cancer: Implications for Survivors, Providers, and Researchers

Pamela Farley Short, PhD
The Pennsylvania State University
Health Insurance Issues for Survivors, Past and Future

Discussant
Steve Finan
American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network
 

12. Psychosocial Issues in Cancer Survivorship

Chair/Moderator
Lynne Padgett, PhD
National Cancer Institute

Floortje Mols, PhD
Tilburg University
Depression is a Risk Factor for ALL-Cause Mortality: Results From a Prospective Population-Based Study Among 3080 Cancer Survivors From the PROFILES Registry

Paul Greene, PhD
Mount Sinai School of Medicine
Translating Pyschosocial Science to Clinical Care: A Dissemination Effort to Train Psychosocial Oncology Clinicians

Laura Forsythe, PhD
National Cancer Institute
Receipt of Psychosocial Care Among Cancer Survivors in the United States

Jason E. Owen, PhD, MPH
Loma Linda University
Convenience and Registry Samples in An Internet-Based Intervention for Cancer Survivors Show Differences in Psychosocial Characteristics and Engagement 


5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Poster Session #2

 

Saturday, June 16



7:30 am – 12:30 pm
Registration desk open

7:30 am – 9:00 am
Breakfast roundtable

9:00 am – 10:30 am
Special Session: National Cancer Survivorship Initiatives

Chair/Moderator
Kevin Stein, PhD
American Cancer Society

Ruth Rechis, PhD
LIVESTRONG

Ellen Beckjord, PhD, MPH
UPMC Cancer Centers

Sana Naveed, MPH
National Cancer Institute
Constructs, Consensus, and Collaboration: Advancing the Field of Survivorship Care Planning

Katherine Sharpe, MTS
American Cancer Society
National Survivorship Resource Center Update: Efforts to Improve the Quality of Life for Cancer Survivors

10:30 am– 11:00 am
Break

11:00 am – 12:30 pm
Plenary: Optimizing Communication and Coordination during Post-Treatment of Cancer Survivors

Chair/Moderator
Steven B. Clauser, PhD
National Cancer Institute

Neeraj Arora, PhD
National Cancer Institute
Homeless in a World of Medical Homes? Cancer Survivors' Experiences of Communication and Coordination During Post-treatment Care

David W. Kissane, MD, MPM, FRANZCP, FRAChPM
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
A New Consultation to Introduce Lymphoma Patients to Survivorship: Communication About Future Care Plans

Carly Parry, PhD, MSW
National Cancer Institute
Care Coordination: Lessons for Cancer Survivorship from the Care Transitions Program

Kavita Patel, PhD, MS
Brookings Institution
Navigating Policy Impacts of Health Reform: The Essential Elements for Coordinating Care of Survivors

 

12:30 pm – 1:00 pm
Wrap up and adjourn

1:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Survivor Advocate Program participant wrap-up with boxed lunches