Learn about key findings made by our research leadership via the following publications.
- Benedict C, Victorson D, Love B, Fuehrer D, Lazard A, Saffer, AJ, Thea L, Zachary M. (2018). The Audacity of Engagement: Hearing Directly from Young Adults with Cancer on Their Attitudes and Perceptions of Cancer Survivorship and Cancer Survivorship Research. Journal of adolescent and young adult oncology, 7(1), 103-111.
- Hernandez R, Cheung EO, Carnethon M, Penedo FJ, Moskowitz JT, Martinez L, Schueller SM. (2018). Feasibility of a culturally adapted positive psychological intervention for Hispanics/Latinos with elevated risk for cardiovascular disease. Translational Behavioral Medicine.
- Addington EL, Cheung EO, Moskowitz JT. (2018). Positive affect skills may improve pain management in people with HIV. Journal of Health Psychology.
- Verstaen A, Moskowitz JT, Snowberg KE, Merrilees J, Dowling GA. (2018). Life enhancing activities for family caregivers of people with dementia: protocol for a randomized controlled trial of a positive affect skills interventionn. Open Access Journal of Clinical Trials. 10:1-12.
- Victorson D, Hankin V, Burns J, Weiland R, Maletich C, Sufrin N, Schuette S, Gutierrez B, Brendler C. (2017). Feasibility, acceptability and preliminary psychological benefits of mindfulness meditation training in a sample of men diagnosed with prostate cancer on active surveillance: results from a randomized controlled pilot trial. Psycho-Oncology.26:1155–1163.
- Moskowitz JT, Carrico AW, Duncan LG, Cohn MA, Cheung EO, Batchelder A, Martinez L, Segawa E, Acree M, Folkman S. (2017). Randomized controlled trial of a positive affect intervention for people newly diagnosed with HIV. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. 85(5): 409-423.
- Victorson D, Beaumont JL, Mahadevan R, Grimone A, Burns V, Murry W, Gutierrez S, Schuette S, Brady C, Ring M. (2016) Acupuncture-Related Quality of Life Changes Using PROMIS Computer Adaptive Tests in a Pragmatic Trial with Oncology and General Integrative Medicine Patients: The Role of Baseline Acupuncture Expectations. The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine.
- Burnett-Zeigler, I., Schuette, S., Victorson, D., & Wisner, K. L. (2015). Mind–Body Approaches to Treating Mental Health Symptoms Among Disadvantaged Populations: A Comprehensive Review. The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine.
- Victorson, D., Kentor, M., Maletich, C., Lawton, R. C., Kaufman, V. H., Borrero, M., Berkowitz, C. (2015). Mindfulness meditation to promote wellness and manage chronic disease a systematic review and meta-analysis of mindfulness-based randomized controlled trials relevant to lifestyle medicine.American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine, 9(3), 185-211.
- Moskowitz, J.T., Duncan, L.G., Moran, P.J., Acree, M. Epel, E.S., Kemeny, M.E., Hecht, F.M., & Folkman, S. (2015). Dispositional mindfulness in people with HIV: Associations with Psychological and Physical Health. Personality and Individual Differences. 86, 88-93
- Carrico, A.W., Gómez, W., Siever, M.D., Discepola, M.V., Dilworth, S.E., & Moskowitz, J.T. (2015). Pilot randomized controlled trial of an integrative intervention with methamphetamine-using men who have sex with men. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 44(7), 1861-1867.
The Osher Center for Integrative Medicine is happy to collaborate with Northwestern researchers. If you are looking for ways to incorporate complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) into your clinical research, please contact us.