Dr. Mandrell has been Director, Division of Nursing Research since 2010, research interest includes basic, translational, and clinical research designed to elucidate the biological mechanism and behavioral processes that contribute to symptoms of cancer and cancer therapy, most specifically symptoms of sleep and fatigue. Understanding and promotion of health-related quality of life through alleviation of suffering, facilitation of patient and family coping through communication and family-centered decision making, and promotion of positive health habits.
- Paper Presentation: Supporting Parents Across the Treatment Continuum — Change in Genetic Knowledge of Parents Consenting to Clinical Genomic Sequencing for their Child with Cancer Following a Two-Phase Consent (204-2)
Paper Presentation: Assessing Symptoms and Symptom Trajectories — Effect of Proton Therapy on Patient-Reported Health-Related Quality of Life and Symptoms in Patients with Craniopharyngioma (216-2)
Asparaginase Toxicities in ALL: Rapid Identification, Management, and Patient/Family Partnerships to Improve Outcomes (SY3)
- St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
- Memphis, Tennessee