Caitlin Biddle

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PURPOSE We determined whether among men with clinically localized prostate cancer, particularly men with low risk disease, greater emotional distress increases the likelihood of undergoing surgery vs radiation or active surveillance. MATERIALS AND METHODS Participants were 1,531 patients recruited from 2 academic and 3 community facilities (nonHispanic(More)
The purpose of the study was to determine the self-esteem (SE) profile of nurse anesthesia students and identify education or biographic variables that influenced positive self-esteem. It was the assumption of the investigators that these variables, once described, could be used in curriculum planning and development to facilitate positive learning(More)
OBJECTIVE We explored whether active patient involvement in decision making and greater patient knowledge are associated with better treatment decision-making experiences and better quality of life (QOL) among men with clinically localized prostate cancer. Localized prostate cancer treatment decision making is an advantageous model for studying patient(More)
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