Katharine A. Rendle, PhD, MSW, MPH

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Assistant Professor of Family Medicine and Community Health at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Department: Family Medicine and Community Health

Contact information
Department of Family Medicine and Community Health
51 North 39th Street
PPMC - Mutch 7
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 215-662-9147
BA (Anthropology)
University of California, 2004.
MSW (Social Policy & Evaluation)
University of Michigan, 2007.
MA (Anthropology)
University of Michigan, 2008.
PhD (Social Work & Anthropology)
University of Michigan, 2014.
MPH (Epidemiology)
University of California, 2015.
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Selected Publications

Kobrin S, Rendle KA, Blake K, Oh A, Vinson C, Chambers D: The path to widespread use: The role of communication, healthcare delivery, and implementation sciences in HPV vaccination and screening. 31st International Papillomavirus Conference (Cape Town, South Africa) Feb 2017 Notes: Poster presentation.

Beryl LL, Rendle KA, Halley MC, Gillespie KA, Mat SG, Glover J, Yu P, Chattopadhyay R, Frosch DL: Mapping the decision-making process for adjuvant endocrine therapy for breast cancer: the role of decisional resolve. Medical Decision Making 37(1): 79-90, Jan 2017.

Marcus P, Pashyan N, freesman A, Church T, Doria-Rose P, Gould M, Hubbard R, Marrone M, Miglioretti D, Pinsky P, Pharoah P, Rendle KA< Roberts M, Robbins H, Rollard B, Schiffman M, Tiro j, zauber A, Khoury M: Population-based precision cancer screening: A symposium on evidence, epidemiology, and next steps. Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Prevention 25(11): 1449-55, November 2016.

Rendle KA, Quaife S, Kobrin S: Cancer-related symptoms: Do concerns over time, doctors’ reactions, or other patient worries impact the decision to seek care? 38th Annual Meeting of the Society for Medical Decision Making (Vancouver, BC, Canada) October 2016 Notes: Poster presentation.

Rendle KA, Leskinen EA: Timing is everything: Exploring parental decisions to delay HPV vaccination. Qualitative Health Research August 2016 Notes: Epub ahead of print - DOI: 10.1177/1049732316664499.

Rendle KA, Halley M, Abramson C, Garrett S, Dohan D: Promoting and assessing rigor in qualitative research: guidelines for exploratory, confirmatory, and comparative studies. 2016 Academy Health Annual Research Meeting (Boston, MA) June 2016 Notes: Poster presentation.

Rendle KA Quaife S, Suls J, Edwards H, Moser RP, Blake KD, Kobrin S: Cancer symptom recognition and anticipated delay in help-seeking in a population sample of U.S. adults. 2016 Society of General Internal Medicine Annual Meeting (Hollywood, Florida) May 2016 Notes: Poster presentation.

Rendle KA, Schiffman M, Cheung L, Kinney W, Fetterman B, Poitras NE, Castle PE: Longitudinal predictors of adherence to cervical cancer cotesting guidelines. American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting (New Orleans, LA) April 2016 Notes: Poster presentation.

Dohan D, Garrett S, Rendle KA, Halley MC, Abramson C: The importance of integrating narrative into health care decision making. Health Affairs 35(4): 720-5, April 2016.

Rendle KA: HPV vaccination resistance in educated, affluent parents: are countervailing mechanisms to blame? 40th Annual American Society of Preventive Oncology Conference (Columbus, OH) March 2016 Notes: Poster presentation.

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