Lisa Schwartz

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Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology in Pediatrics at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Psychologist, Division of Oncology, The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (Psychologist for Cancer Survivorship Program)
Faculty Member, Abramson Cancer Center, Sections on Pediatrics and Cancer Control, University of Pennsylvania
Faculty Member, The Center for Childhood Cancer Research, Section of Behavioral Oncology, The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Faculty Member, The Center for Pediatric Clinical Effectiveness, The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Co-Director and Co-Founder, Mobile Health Research Affinity Group, The Research Institute of the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Department: Pediatrics

Contact information
Division of Oncology
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
3501 Civic Center Blvd
CTRB 10311
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 267-426-0355
Education:
BS (Human Development with honors)
Cornell University, 1997.
MA (Clinical Psychology, Specialty in Pediatric Psychology)
Case Western Reserve University , 2002.
PhD (Clinical Psychology, Specialty in Pediatric Psychology)
Case Western Reserve University , 2005.
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Description of Itmat Expertise

Adolescent/young adults with cancer, cancer survivorship, health promotion and engagement in health care for childhood cancer survivors, transition to adulthood and adult care for childhood cancer survivors, mhealth

Selected Publications

Amaral S, Schwartz LA, Zelikovsky N, Psihogios A, Rodig N, Reason J, George R, Warady B: U-REAACT: Using mobile health to promote medication adherence in youth with kidney transplants. Abstract submitted to International Pediatric Transplant Association May 2019.

Schwartz LA, Psihogios AM, Mauer Virgilio L, O’Hagan B, Henry-Moss D, Velazquez-Martin B, Daniel LC, Fleisher L, Barakat LP, Hobbie WL, Buchanan Lunsford N, Sabatino SA, Li Y, Ginsberg JP, Cope C, Szalda D, Hill-Kayser CE: mHealth Intervention Acceptability and Percent of Text Messages Read: A Report of Childhood Cancer Survivors. Abstract submitted to the Annual Conference of Society of Behavioral Medicine, Washington DC March 2019.

Leahy AB, Scholes D, Helton G, Reeve BB, Schwartz LA, Aplenc R, Basch E : Symptom monitoring using patient-reported outcome (PRO) instruments in pediatric oncology patients hospitalized for chemotherapy: A feasibility study. Paper presentation at International Society of Quality of Life Annual Meeting, Dublin, Ireland. Oct 2018.

Schwartz LA, Henry-Moss D, Eggleston B, Patrick-Miller L, Markman E, Daly M, Tuchman L, Moore C, Rauch PK, Karpink K, Sands CB, Domchek SM, Bradbury AR: Preventative health and risk behaviors among adolescent girls with and without family histories of breast cancer. J. Adolescent Health Page: epub, October 2018.

Psihogios AP, Schwartz LA, Fellmeth H, Barakat LP: Family functioning and adherence across children and adolescents with chronic health conditions: A meta-analysis. Journal of Pediatric Psychology Page: epub ahead of print, July 2018.

Daniel L, Schwartz L, Brinkman T, Edelstein K, Mulrooney D, Zhou E, Howel R, Gibson T, Leisenring W, Oeffinger K, Neglia J, Armstrong G, Krull K : Sleep Behaviors And Patterns In Adult Survivors Of Childhood Cancers: A Report From The Childhood Cancer Survivor Study (CCSS). Poster and presentation presented at National Sleep Conference, Baltimore, MD. June 2018.

Amaral S, Schwartz L, Zelikovsky N, Psihogios A, Rodig N, Reason J, George R, Turek Queally T, Kirsch A, Bowlin P, Estrada C, Reese P, Zderic S, Warady B: U-REAACT: Using mobile health to promote adherence in AYA with renal and urological diseases. Poster presented at Pediatric Academic Societies’ Meeting, Toronto, ON May 2018.

Wu HC, Do C, Andrulis IL, John EM, Daly MB, Buys SS, Chung WK, Knight JA, Bradbury AR, Keegan THM, Schwartz L, Krupska I, Miller RL, Santella RM, Tycko T, Terry MB: Breast cancer family history and allele-specific DNA methylation in the legacy girls study. Epigenetics 13(3): 240-250, April 2018.

Quillen J, Li Y, Ginsberg J, Schwartz LA, Hobbie W: Comparing the knowledge of parents and survivors who attend a survivorship clinic. Journal of Pediatric Oncology Nursing 35(1): 56-64, Jan 2018.

Schwartz LA, Fredericks EC, Psihogios AC: Transition Readiness Assessment. Health Care Transition for Adolescents and Young Adults with Chronic Illness and Disability. Hergenroeder A, Wiemann C (eds.). Springer Nature, Page: 119-128, 2018.

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Last updated: 11/20/2018
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