Anne E. Kazak, PhD

Director, Nemours Center for Healthcare Delivery Sciences

Nemours Children's Hospital, Delaware 1600 Rockland Road Wilmington, DE 19803

Internship

  • Psychology - Yale University School of Medicine, 1982

Medical/Dental School

  • Doctor of Philosophy - University of Virginia, 1983

  • Coping And Adaptation
  • Families
  • Pediatric
  • Psychology
  • Traumatic Stress

  • The Electronic Surviving Cancer Competently Intervention Program—a Psychosocial Digital Health Intervention for English- and Spanish-Speaking Parents of Children With Cancer: Protocol for Randomized Controlled Trial (Preprint); Unknown Source; (2023).

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  • Pediatric psychosocial preventative health model: Achieving equitable psychosocial care for children and families.; Families, Systems, & Health; (2023).

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  • Acceptability and Feasibility of eSCCIP: Results From a Pilot Study of the Electronic Surviving Cancer Competently Intervention Program; Journal of Pediatric Psychology; (2023).

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  • The Electronic Surviving Cancer Competently Intervention Program—a Psychosocial Digital Health Intervention for English- and Spanish-Speaking Parents of Children With Cancer: Protocol for Randomized Controlled Trial; JMIR Research Protocols; (2023).

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  • Validation of the Psychosocial Assessment Tool Sibling Module Follow-Up Version; Journal of Pediatric Psychology; (2023).

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  • The Psychosocial Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Families of Youth of Color: A Prospective Cohort Study; Journal of Pediatric Psychology; (2023).

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  • Adaptation and pilot implementation of the Psychosocial Assessment Tool for Autism Spectrum Disorders (PAT-ASD); Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders; (2023).

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  • Effects on Pediatric Cancer Survivors: The FAMily-Oriented Support (FAMOS) Randomized Controlled Trial; Journal of Pediatric Psychology; (2023).

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  • Validating the Factor Structure of the Psychosocial Assessment Tool Using Internet-Based Data; Journal of Pediatric Psychology; (2022).

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  • Validation of the COVID-19 Exposure and Family Impact Scales; Journal of Pediatric Psychology; (2022).

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  • Initial Validation of a New Psychosocial Screener for Siblings of Youth with Cancer The Psychosocial Assessment Tool (PAT) Sibling Modules; Psycho-Oncology; (2022).

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  • Advancing health equity in pediatric cancer through implementation of universal family psychosocial risk screening; Psycho-Oncology; (2022).

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  • Multicenter Analysis of Cardiometabolic-related Diagnoses in Transgender and Gender-Diverse Youth: A PEDSnet Study; The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism; (2022).

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  • COVID-19 Exposure and Family Impact Scales: Factor Structure and Initial Psychometrics; Journal of Pediatric Psychology; (2021).

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  • Editor’s vale dictum: American Psychologist 2016–2021.; American Psychologist; (2021).

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  • Caregiver Religious Coping and Posttraumatic Responses in Pediatric Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant; Journal of Pediatric Psychology; (2021).

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  • Home‐based cognitive behavioural therapy for families of young children with cancer (FAMOS): A nationwide randomised controlled trial; Pediatric Blood & Cancer; (2021).

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  • Topical Review: Crowdsourcing as a Novel Approach to Qualitative Research; Journal of Pediatric Psychology; (2021).

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  • Longitudinal predictors of caregiver resilience outcomes at the end of childhood cancer treatment; Psycho-Oncology; (2021).

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  • Strategies for Successful Recruitment and Retention of Parents in Pediatric Psychosocial eHealth Interventions: A Qualitative Study in Pediatric Oncology; Journal of Pediatric Psychology; (2020).

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  • Psychology is an essential science: American Psychologist highlights the role of psychology in understanding and addressing COVID-19.; American Psychologist; (2020).

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  • Tools to guide the identification and implementation of care consistent with the psychosocial Standards of care; Pediatric Blood & Cancer; (2020).

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  • The impact of pediatric hematopoietic stem cell transplant timing and psychosocial factors on family and caregiver adjustment; Pediatric Blood & Cancer; (2020).

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  • Implementation of family psychosocial risk assessment in pediatric cancer with the Psychosocial Assessment Tool (PAT): study protocol for a cluster-randomized comparative effectiveness trial; Implementation Science; (2020).

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  • Implementation of family psychosocial risk assessment in pediatric cancer with the Psychosocial Assessment Tool (PAT): Study protocol for a cluster randomized comparative effectiveness trial; Unknown Source; (2020).

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  • Stability and change in family psychosocial risk over 6 months in pediatric cancer and its association with medical and psychosocial healthcare utilization; Pediatric Blood & Cancer; (2020).

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  • Friendships in Pediatric Brain Tumor Survivors and Non-Central Nervous System Tumor Survivors; Journal of Pediatric Psychology; (2020).

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  • Psychosocial Screening in Sickle Cell Disease: Validation of the Psychosocial Assessment Tool; Journal of Pediatric Psychology; (2020).

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  • Historical Analysis: Editors’ Reflections on 50 Years of the Journal of Pediatric Psychology; Journal of Pediatric Psychology; (2019).

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  • A psychosocial clinical care pathway for pediatric hematopoietic stem cell transplantation; Pediatric Blood & Cancer; (2019).

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  • The multidisciplinary pediatric psycho‐oncology workforce: A national report on supervision for staff and training opportunities; Psycho-Oncology; (2018).

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