2022 - Research.com Best Female Scientist Award
Her primary areas of study are Physical therapy, Internal medicine, Depression, Analgesic and Sleep disorder. Her Physical therapy research integrates issues from Breast cancer, Quality of life, Severity of illness and Cancer pain. She interconnects Longitudinal study, Profile of mood states and Oncology in the investigation of issues within Internal medicine.
Her Depression research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Psychological intervention, Epidemiology, Surgery and Anxiety. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Tonsillectomy, Acetaminophen, Randomized controlled trial and Opioid. Her Sleep disorder course of study focuses on Family caregivers and Perception.
Christine Miaskowski spends much of her time researching Physical therapy, Internal medicine, Breast cancer, Cancer and Quality of life. Her Physical therapy study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Randomized controlled trial, Sleep disorder, Cancer pain, Severity of illness and Depression. Christine Miaskowski works mostly in the field of Sleep disorder, limiting it down to topics relating to Anxiety and, in certain cases, Clinical psychology.
Christine Miaskowski combines subjects such as Context and Oncology with her study of Internal medicine. Her study ties her expertise on Intensive care medicine together with the subject of Cancer. Her research integrates issues of Disease and Mood in her study of Quality of life.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Internal medicine, Chemotherapy, Breast cancer, Physical therapy and Psychological intervention. Her Internal medicine study combines topics in areas such as Context and Oncology. Her Breast cancer research includes elements of Peripheral neuropathy, Surgery and Candidate gene.
Her Physical therapy research incorporates elements of Osteoarthritis, Longitudinal study, Medical record, Quality of life and Cancer pain. Her Psychological intervention research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Randomized controlled trial and Distress. Her work carried out in the field of Quality of life brings together such families of science as Latent class model, Sleep disorder, Depression and Anxiety.
Christine Miaskowski mostly deals with Physical therapy, Internal medicine, Comorbidity, Breast cancer and Anxiety. The study incorporates disciplines such as Psychological intervention, Osteoarthritis, Sleep disorder, Cancer pain and Depression in addition to Physical therapy. Her research in Cancer pain intersects with topics in Back pain, Adverse effect, Chronic pain and Intensive care medicine.
Internal medicine is often connected to Context in her work. Her Breast cancer research incorporates themes from Hand strength, Range of motion, Surgery, Gene and Sickness behavior. Her Anxiety research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Qualitative research, Pain catastrophizing, Systematic review and CINAHL.
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Pharmacologic management of neuropathic pain: evidence-based recommendations.
Robert H. Dworkin;Alec B. O'Connor;Miroslav Backonja;John T. Farrar.
Clinical Guidelines for the Use of Chronic Opioid Therapy in Chronic Noncancer Pain
Roger Chou;Gilbert J. Fanciullo;Perry G. Fine;Jeremy A. Adler.
The Journal of Pain (2009)
Recommendations for the Pharmacological Management of Neuropathic Pain: An Overview and Literature Update
Robert H. Dworkin;Alec B. O'Connor;Joseph Audette;Ralf Baron.
Mayo Clinic Proceedings (2010)
Impact of Cancer-Related Fatigue on the Lives of Patients: New Findings From the Fatigue Coalition
Gregory A. Curt;William Breitbart;David Cella;Jerome E. Groopman.
Advancing the science of symptom management.
Marylin Dodd;Susan Janson;Noreen Facione;Julia Faucett.
Journal of Advanced Nursing (2001)
Symptom clusters and their effect on the functional status of patients with cancer.
Marylin J. Dodd;Christine Miaskowski;Steven M. Paul.
Oncology Nursing Forum (2001)
American Pain Society recommendations for improving the quality of acute and cancer pain management: American Pain Society quality of care task force
Debra B. Gordon;June L. Dahl;Christine Miaskowski;Bill McCarberg.
JAMA Internal Medicine (2005)
Review of the literature on the effects of caring for a patient with cancer.
Una Stenberg;Cornelia M. Ruland;Cornelia M. Ruland;Christine Miaskowski;Christine Miaskowski.
Kappa–opioids produce significantly greater analgesia in women than in men
Robert W. Gear;Christine Miaskowski;Newton C. Gordon;Steven M. Paul.
Nature Medicine (1996)
The prevalence, severity, and impact of opioid-induced bowel dysfunction: results of a US and European Patient Survey (PROBE 1)
Timothy J. Bell;Sunil J. Panchal;Christine Miaskowski;Susan C. Bolge.
Pain Medicine (2009)
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