Her primary areas of study are Gerontology, Clinical psychology, Risk perception, Psychiatry and Perception. The concepts of her Gerontology study are interwoven with issues in Psychological intervention, Skin cancer, Cross-sectional study, Demography and Environmental exposure. Her Psychiatry research incorporates themes from Cancer screening and Psychometrics.
Her Cancer screening study is focused on Cancer in general. Her work in Cancer addresses issues such as Alcohol abuse, which are connected to fields such as Family medicine. Her study focuses on the intersection of Perception and fields such as Underserved Population with connections in the field of Environmental health.
Her primary scientific interests are in Cancer, Gerontology, Internal medicine, Family medicine and Skin cancer. Her Cancer research incorporates elements of Psychosocial, Worry, Risk perception and Genetic testing. Her research on Risk perception also deals with topics like
In her study, Epidemiology is inextricably linked to Public health, which falls within the broad field of Gerontology. Jennifer L. Hay combines subjects such as Melanoma and Oncology with her study of Internal medicine. Jennifer L. Hay has researched Family medicine in several fields, including Health education, Gynecology, Disease and Head and neck cancer.
Jennifer L. Hay focuses on Skin cancer, Cancer, Risk perception, Sun protection and Family medicine. Her Cancer study is concerned with Internal medicine in general. Her research integrates issues of Colorectal cancer, Social psychology and Gerontology in her study of Risk perception.
Her work in Gerontology addresses subjects such as Epidemiology of cancer, which are connected to disciplines such as Cancer prevention. In Family medicine, Jennifer L. Hay works on issues like Family history, which are connected to Psychological intervention, Melanoma and Sunburn. In her work, Clinical psychology is strongly intertwined with Harm, which is a subfield of Perception.
Jennifer L. Hay mainly investigates Clinical psychology, Perception, Breast cancer, Risk Estimate and Risk management. Her biological study focuses on Risk perception. Her Risk perception research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Tobacco control, Construct, Vulnerability, Feeling and Harm.
Her Breast cancer research includes themes of Genetic risk and Genetic testing.
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Development of the National Cancer Institute’s Patient-Reported Outcomes Version of the Common Terminology Criteria for Adverse Events (PRO-CTCAE)
Ethan Basch;Ethan Basch;Bryce B. Reeve;Sandra A. Mitchell;Steven B. Clauser.
Journal of the National Cancer Institute (2014)
Does worry about breast cancer predict screening behaviors? A meta-analysis of the prospective evidence.
Jennifer L. Hay;Kevin D. McCaul;Renee E. Magnan.
Preventive Medicine (2006)
Measures of Sun Exposure and Sun Protection Practices for Behavioral and Epidemiologic Research
Karen Glanz;Amy L. Yaroch;Monica Dancel;Mona Saraiya.
Archives of Dermatology (2008)
The role of cancer worry in cancer screening: A theoretical and empirical review of the literature
Jennifer L. Hay;Tamara R. Buckley;Jamie S. Ostroff.
PCN122 DEVELOPMENT OF THE PATIENT-REPORTED VERSION OF THE COMMON TERMINOLOGY CRITERIA FOR ADVERSE EVENTS (PRO-CTCAE)
E Basch;B Reeve;C Cleeland;J Sloan.
Value in Health (2010)
Reliability of adverse symptom event reporting by clinicians.
Thomas M. Atkinson;Yuelin Li;Charles W. Coffey;Laura Sit.
Quality of Life Research (2012)
Using Confirmatory Factor Analysis to Evaluate Construct Validity of the Brief Pain Inventory (BPI)
Thomas M. Atkinson;Barry D. Rosenfeld;Barry D. Rosenfeld;Laura Sit;Tito R. Mendoza.
Journal of Pain and Symptom Management (2011)
Oral cancer knowledge, risk factors and characteristics of subjects in a large oral cancer screening program.
Gustavo D. Cruz;Racquel Z. Le Geros;Jamie S. Ostroff;Jennifer L. Hay.
Journal of the American Dental Association (2002)
Fears, Feelings, and Facts: Interactively Communicating Benefits and Risks of Medical Radiation With Patients
Lawrence T. Dauer;Raymond H. Thornton;Jennifer L. Hay;Rochelle Balter.
American Journal of Roentgenology (2011)
Cognitive interviewing of the US National Cancer Institute’s Patient-Reported Outcomes version of the Common Terminology Criteria for Adverse Events (PRO-CTCAE)
Jennifer L. Hay;Thomas M. Atkinson;Bryce B. Reeve;Sandra A. Mitchell.
Quality of Life Research (2014)
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