Staff from the GW Cancer Institute have contributed to the growing amount of research and policy analyses about patient-centered care and cancer control. These reports and papers represent a small amount of the work we do every day to advance patient-centered care and cancer control locally and nationally.
- Willis, A, Hoffler, E, Villalobos, A, Pratt-Chapman, M. Advancing the Field of Cancer Patient Navigation: A Toolkit for Comprehensive Cancer Control Professionals. The GW Cancer Institute, 2016.
- Access to Care Policy Summit: Washington DC. GW Cancer Institute. 2015
Thomas A, Pratt-Chapman M, Zhang Y, Willis A. Oncology Care Access in DC: An Overview and Needs Assessment. The GW Cancer Institute, 2015.
Chowdhary H, Hatcher E, Pratt-Chapman M. Tobacco Use and Cessation Interventions in Special Populations with Health Disparities. The GW Cancer Institute, 2015.
- Pratt-Chapman ML, Willis LA, Masselink L. Core Competencies for Non-Clinically Licensed Patient Navigators. The George Washington University Cancer Institute Center for the Advancement of Cancer Survivorship, Navigation and Policy: Washington DC, 2014.
- Ajiboye S, Hatcher E, Willis A, Pratt-Chapman M. Breast Cancer Survivorship in Washington, DC: A Gap Analysis and Recommendations for Action. Washington, DC: The George Washington Cancer Institute, December 2014.
- Center for Advancement of Cancer Survivorship, Navigation and Policy (2013). Best Practices in Patient Navigation and Cancer Survivorship Survey Results. (PDF)
- Center for the Advancement of Cancer Survivorship, Navigation and Policy (2011). Cancer in the District of Columbia: An Analysis of the Publicly Funded Health Care System and Its Impact on District Residents (PDF)
- Center for the Advancement of Cancer Survivorship, Navigation and Policy (2011).Cancer Survivorship & Chronic Care Roundtable: Meeting Summary
- Center for the Advancement of Cancer Survivorship, Navigation, and Policy (2011). National Patient Navigation Collaborative Meeting Summary. (PDF)
Cowens-Alvarado R, Sharpe K, Pratt-Chapman M, Willis A, Gansler T, Ganz PA, Edge SB, McCabe MS, Stein K. Advancing Survivorship Care through the National Cancer Survivorship Resource Center: Developing American Cancer Society Guidelines for Primary Care Providers. CA A Journal for Clinicians. March 19, 2013.
Norris L, Pratt-Chapman M, Noblick J, Cowens-Alvarado R. “Distress, Demoralization and Depression,” Psychiatric Annals 41:9, September 2011.
Pratt-Chapman M, Gilyard A, Patierno S. Research Strategies for Health Equality: Outcomes from a Cancer Survivorship Roundtable. Journal of Oncology Navigation & Survivorship, July 2011.
Pratt-Chapman M, Kapp H. Patient Experience Mapping: A Quality Improvement Tool for Patient Navigators. Journal of Oncology Navigation and Survivorship. February 2015.
Pratt-Chapman M, Kapp H, Willis A, Bires J. Catalyzing Patient-Centered Care: Starting Where You Are and Sharing What You Know. Oncology Issues: The Journal of the Association of Community Cancer Centers. Jan/Feb 2014.
Pratt-Chapman M, Simon M, Patterson A, Betsy R, Patierno S. Survivorship Navigation Outcome Measures. Cancer Supplement, August 1, 2011.
Pratt-Chapman M, Willis A, Bretsch J, Patierno S. Improving Cancer Survivorship for Adolescents and Young Adults. Journal of Oncology Navigation & Survivorship, vol. 4:1, February 2013.
Pratt-Chapman M, Willis A, “Community Cancer Center Administration and Support for Navigation Services” Seminars in Oncology Nursing, May 2013.
Pratt-Chapman M, Willis A, Masselink L. Core Competencies for Oncology Patient Navigators. Journal of Oncology Navigation and Survivorship.April 2015.
Skolarus T, Wolfe A, Erb N…Pratt-Chapman M, Cowens-Alvarado R. American Cancer Society Prostate Cancer Survivorship Guidelines. CA A Journal for Clinicians. June 2014. doi: 10.3322/caac.21234
Willis A, Reed E, Pratt-Chapman M, Kapp H, Hatcher E, Vaitones V, Collins S, Bires J, Washington E. Development of a Framework for Patient Navigation: Delineating Roles across Navigator Types. Journal of Oncology Navigation & Survivorship, December 2013.
Willis A, Pratt-Chapman M, Reed E, Hatcher E. Best Practices in Navigation and Survivorship: Moving Toward Quality Patient-Centered Care.Journal of Oncology Navigation & Survivorship. April 2014.
Chapters in Books
Rosenbaum S, Lee J, Chapman M, Patierno S. “Cancer Survivorship and National Health Reform,” Health Services for Cancer Survivors, eds. Michael Feuerstein and Patricia Ganz. Springer: 2011.