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Badger TA, Segrin C, Meek P: Development and validation of an instrument for rapidly assessing symptoms: The general distress scale. J Pain Symptom Manage 41(3): 535–548, 2011.

Cahill JE, Armstrong TS: Caring for an adult with a malignant primary brain tumor. Nursing 41(6): 28–33, 2011.

Carney S, Koetters, T, Cho M, et al: Differences in sleep disturbance parameters between oncology outpatients and their family caregivers. J Clin Oncol 29(8):1001–1006, 2011.

Carter N, Bryant-Lukosius D, DiCenso A, et al: The supportive care needs of men with advanced prostate cancer. Oncol Nurs Forum 38(2):189–198, 2011.

Cooke L, Grant M, Eldredge DH, et al: Informal caregiving in hematopoietic blood and marrow transplant patients. Eur J Oncol Nurs Feb 8, 2011 [Epub ahead of print].

Faiman B: Overview and experience of a nursing e-mentorship program. Clin J Oncol Nurs 15(4):418–423, 2011.

Gemmill R, Cooke L, Williams AC, et al: Informal caregivers of hematopoietic cell transplant patients: A review and recommendations for interventions and research. Cancer Nurs Jan 15, 2011 [Epub ahead of print].

Hack TF, Carlson L, Butler L, et al: Facilitating the implementation of empirically valid interventions in psychosocial oncology and supportive care. Support Care Cancer 19(8):1097–1105, 2011.

Hbert J, Fillion L: Gaining a better understanding of the support function of oncology nurse navigators from their own perspective and that of people living with cancer. Part 1. Can Oncol Nurs J 21(1):33–38, 2011.

Lavoie Smith EM, Cohen JA, Pett MA, et al: Th e validity of neuropathy and neuropathic pain measures in patients with cancer receiving taxanes and platinums. Oncol Nurs Forum 38(2):133–142, 2011.

Leak A, Mayer DK, Smith S: Quality of life domains among non-Hodgkin lymphoma survivors: An integrative literature review. Leuk Lymphoma 52(6): 972–985, 2011.

Ledezma B, Binder S, Hamid O: Atypical clinical response patterns to ipilimumab: Four case studies of advanced melanoma. Clin J Oncol Nurs 15(4):393–403, 2011.

Lowe M, Molassiotis A: A longitudinal qualitative analysis of the factors that influence patient distress within the lung cancer population. Lung Cancer April 19, 2011 [Epub ahead of print]

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Tofthagen CS, McMillan SC, Kip KE: Development and psychometric evaluation of the chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy assessment tool. Cancer Nurs 34(4):E10–E20, 2011.

Torbic H: Children and grief: But what about the children? A guide for home care and hospice clinicians. Home Healthc Nurse 29(2):67–77, 2011.

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