The goal of this grant in conjunction with UNC Office of Disabilities and Health and Medical Review of NC will improve breast and cervical cancer screening for women with disabilities statewide.
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Susan M. Schneider, PhD, RN, AOCN, ACNS-BC, FAAN
2013 -- The experience and self-management of fatigue in patients on hemodialysis. Nephrology Nursing Journal. Mar-Apr, 2013 40(2); 113-122
2012 -- PubMed # : 22842691 Evaluation of a cancer survivorship protocol: transitioning patients to survivors. Clin J Oncol Nurs. August, 2012 16(4); 400-6
2011 -- PubMed # : 21708538 Nurse and physician perspectives on patients with cancer having online access to their laboratory results. Oncol Nurs Forum. 38(4); 476-82
2011 -- PubMed # : 21514482 Interventions to promote adherence with oral agents. Semin Oncol Nurs. May, 2011 27(2); 133-41
2010 -- PubMed # : 20797953 A prospective randomized, placebo-controlled skin care study in women diagnosed with breast cancer undergoing radiation therapy. Oncol Nurs Forum. September, 2010 37(5); 619-26
2010 -- PubMed # : 20336327 Effect of virtual reality on time perception in patients receiving chemotherapy. Support Care Cancer. March, 2010 19(4); 555-64
2009 -- PubMed # : 19136332 Stand up for your profession. Oncol Nurs Forum. 36(1); 10
2008 -- PubMed # : 19064382 Overview of stereotactic body radiotherapy and the nursing role. Clin J Oncol Nurs. 12(6); 889-93
2008 -- Issues in clinical trials management. Academic research units: opportunities and challenges for nursing practice. Research Practitioner. Sep-Oct, 2008 9(5); 175-184
2007 -- PubMed # : 17878134 Nursing advocacy in North Carolina. Oncol Nurs Forum. 34(5); 1070-4
Grant Funding (Selected)
AAMC-CDCPERT Grant09/2001 to 09/2003Role: Program Coordinator / Consultant
Prophylactic Skin Care for Patients Undergoing Radiation TherapyOncology Nursing Foundation03/2002 to 03/2006Role: Co-Investigator
Project Goal: The purpose of this study is to evaluate skin care products that may decrease the incidence of acute skin reactions and/or reduce the severity of the skin reaction from radiation therapy in women with breast cancer. The specific aim is to compare the effectiveness of three different skin care products versus a placebo in prophylactically reducing the incidence and severity of radiation induced skin reactions.
Pilot Feasibility Study 1: Trajectories of Aging and Care in Nursing ScienceNational Institutes of Health/National Institute of Nursing Research1 P20-NR07795-0109/2001 to 08/2004Role: Pilot PI
Project Goal: The goal of this study is to examine the effects of a virtual reality distraction intervention on chemotherapy-related symptom distress levels in 20 women aged 50 and older who are receiving chemotherapy for breast cancer.
Effect of Virtual Reality on Symptom Distress in Breast CancerCancer Center at CWRU/UHC, Research Support for Junior Faculty Investigators06/1999 to 12/2000
Project Goal: The goal of this study is to examine the effects of a virtual reality distraction intervention on chemotherapy-related symptom distress levels in 20 women aged 55 and younger who are receiving chemotherapy for breast cancer. Support provided by Cancer Center at CWRU/UHC, Research Support for Junior Faculty Investigators From an American Cancer Society Institutional Research Grant
We’ve all seen the Facebook or YouTube video of a person who has just completed cancer treatment and is overcome with joy, ringing the bell and sounding the alarm that treatment is done. What often moves us, in addition to the patient’s celebration, are the joyful and sometimes tearful faces of the oncology nurses.
Oncology nurses are at the forefront of cancer care every step of the way – in explaining the diagnosis, administering treatments, managing side effects, supporting patients and their families, rejoicing during triumphs and offering words of comfort.
Susan Schneider, PhD, RN, AOCN, FAAN, associate professor and faculty lead for the graduate oncology specialty at Duke University School of Nursing (DUSON), assumed the role of president of the Oncology Nursing Society (ONS) effective in April for a two-year term. Schneider was elected as president-elect last year for a one-year team.
In March of 2015, we reported that Susan "Sue" Schneider was named president-elect for the Oncology Nursing Society. Schneider officially took on the presidential role during the 41st annual ONS Congress last week and will lead the 35,000 member national society. She served on the Board of Directors of the Society for one year as president-elect and now she will serve two years as president.
Susan Schneider and MSN Oncology Specialty alumna Jessica Turner published an article entitled "Blinatumomab: A new treatment for adults with relapsed acute lymphocytic leukemia" in the Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing.
Susan Schneider recently presented on the "101 of the Nursing Profession" at a briefing for the U.S. Senate Nurses Caucus. The briefing theme was "The Nursing Profession: What You Need to Know and Why It Matters."
Schneider was joined by other nursing leaders from George Washington University School of Nursing, Bon Secours Health System and Texas Health Resources.
Susan Schneider and DNP student Heather Bayless published an article entitled "Nivolumab: Immunotherapy in Malignant Melanoma" in the August issue of the Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing.
Susan Schneider co-authors two articles entitled "A Pilot Study Comparing the Neutropenic Diet to a Non-Neutropenic Diet in the Allogeneic Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant Population" and "Ibrutinib: A new targeted therapy for hemotolgic cancers" in the Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing.
Susan Schneider, PhD, RN, AOCN, FAAN, associate professor and faculty lead for the graduate oncology specialty at the Duke University School of Nursing, was elected President-elect of the Oncology Nursing Society (ONS). Schneider will assume the role of President of the 35,000 member national society for a two-year term beginning in 2016, following a year as President-elect.
Sue Schneider has been elected as the President-Elect of the Oncology Nursing Society (ONS) by the ONS board of directors. ONS is a 35,000-member professional association committed to promoting excellence in oncology nursing and the transformation of cancer care. Sue will assume this position the end of April.
Susan Schneider will be the keynote speaker for the 4th annual Kosonen Nursing Summit on April 21, 2015, at Levine Cancer Center in Charlotte, N.C. The title of her talk is "Anticipation and Conjecture: What the Future Holds for Oncology Nursing."