Ashing-Giwa, K., et al. An Integrated Cancer Control Initiative for Research Translation and Community Engagement. Under review.
Ashing-Giwa, K., Towards a contextually responsive model of psycho-oncology interventions: a focus on cancer survivors. Under review.
Ashing-Giwa, K. & Lim JW., Examining the Impact of Socio-Economic Status and Socio-Ecologic Stress on Physical and Mental Health Quality of Life in Breast Cancer Survivors. In Press. Onc Nurs Forum
Ashing-Giwa, K. & Lim JW., Predicting Physical Quality of Life among a Population Based Sample of Breast Cancer Survivors: A Structural Equation Modeling Approach. Under review.
Ashing-Giwa, K., Tejero J, Kim J, Padilla G, Kagawa-Singer M, Tucker M., A Population Based Study of HRQOL Disparities among a Multiethnic Sample of Cervical Cancer Survivors. Under review.
Ashing-Giwa, K. & Lim JW., Predicting Health-related Quality of Life: Testing the Contextual Model using Structural Equation Modeling. In press.
Palos R, Ashing-Giwa, K., The Importance of Community and Culture in the Comprehensive Management of Pain. The Pain Practitioner. 2007: 17(2): 10-19
Padilla G, Kagawa-Singer M, Ashing-Giwa, K., Quality of Life and Culture. In King C, Hinds P, eds. Quality of Life: Issues in Oncology Nursing. Boston, MA: Jones and Barlett; 2007. In Press.
Ashing-Giwa, K., Kim J, Tejero J., Measuring Quality of Life among Cervical Cancer Survivors: Preliminary Assessment of Instrumentation Validity in a Cross-Cultural Study. Quality of Life Research 2008; 17 (1).
Ashing-Giwa, K., Tejero J, Kim J, Padilla G., Predictive Models of HRQOL in a Population-based, Multiethnic Sample of Women with Breast Carcinoma. Quality of Life Research. 2007; 16(3):413-428.
Kim J, Ashing-Giwa, K., Kagawa-Singer M, Tejero J., Breast Cancer among Asian Americans: is Acculturation Related to Health-related Quality of Life? Oncology Nursing Forum 2006; 33:6: E90-9.
Ashing-Giwa, K., Kagawa-Singer M, Padilla G, Tejero J., Cervical Cancer among Latinas: A Qualitative Study. Psychosocial Oncology 2006; 24(4); 53-88.
Ashing-Giwa, K., Padilla V, Bohorquez D, Tejero J, Garcia M., Understanding the Breast Cancer Experience of Latina Women. Journal of Psychosocial Oncology 2006; 24(3): 19-52.
Ashing-Giwa, K., Infusing Culture into Oncology Research on Quality of Life. ONF. 33(1):31-36.
Ashing-Giwa, K., The Contextual Model of HRQoL: A Paradigm for Expanding the HRQoL Framework. Qual Life Res 2005; 14:297–307.
Ashing-Giwa, K., Can a Culturally Responsive Model for Research Design Bring Us Closer to Addressing Participation Disparities? Ethnicity & Disease 2005;15(1):130-137.
Ashing-Giwa, K., Kagawa-Singer M, Padilla V, Tejero J, et al., The Impact of Cervical Cancer and Dysplasia: a Qualitative, Multiethnic Study. Psychooncology 2004;13:709-728.
Ashing-Giwa, K., Padilla G, Tejero J, Kim J., Breast Cancer Survivorship in a Multiethnic Sample: Challenges in Recruitment and Measurement. Cancer 2004; 101: 450-465.
Ashing-Giwa, K., Padilla G, Tejero J, Kraemer J, Wright K, Coscarelli A, et al., Understanding the Breast Cancer Experience of Women: A Qualitative Study of African American, Asian American, Latina and Caucasian Survivors. Psychooncology 2004;13:408-428.
Ashing-Giwa, K., Kagawa-Singer M, Padilla G, Tejero J., Understanding Breast Cancer among Asian Women: A Qualitative Study. Psychooncology 2003;12(1):38-58, 2003.
Taylor S, Parks C, Shorter-Gooden K, Johnson P, Burke E, Ashing-Giwa, K., et al., In and Out of the Classroom: A Model for Multicultural Training in Clinical Psychology. In: E. Davis-Russell (Ed.) 2002. The California School of Professional Psychology Handbook on Multicultural Education, Research, Intervention, & Training. San Francisco, CA : Jossey-Bass Publishers, Inc.
Durvasula R, & Ashing-Giwa, K., The Relevance of Theoretical Models of HIV Prevention and Intervention: Lessons Learned from African American Women. Psychol Foundations 2002;4(2):70-79.
Ashing-Giwa, K., & Ganz P., The Effect of Timed Incentives on Subject Participation in a Study of Long-term Breast Cancer Survivors: Are There Ethnic Differences? JNMA 2000;92(11):528-532.
Ashing-Giwa, K., Quality of Life and Psychosocial Outcomes in Long- term Breast Cancer Survivors: A Study of African American Women. Psychosoc Oncol 1999;17(3/4):47-62.
Ashing-Giwa, K., The Recruitment and Retention of African American Women into Cancer Control Studies. JNMA 1999;91(5):255-260.
Ashing-Giwa, K., Ganz P, & Petersen L. Quality of Life in African American and White Long- term Breast Cancer Survivors. CANCER 1999;85(2):418-426.
Ashing-Giwa, K., Examining the Socio-cultural Relevance of Breast Cancer Screening Models for African-American women. Women & Health 1999;28(4):53-71.
Wyatt G, Myers H, Ashing-Giwa, K. & Durvasula R., The Socio-Cultural Factors in Sexual Risk-Taking Among Black Women and Men. The Black Family: Essays and Studies 1998, 6th edition. In R. Staples (Ed.). Belmont, CA.: Wadsworth Publications.
Wyatt G, Desmond K, Ganz P, Rowland J, Ashing-Giwa, K. & Meyerowitz B., Sexual Functioning and Intimacy in African-American and White Breast Cancer Survivors. Women’s Health: Research on Gender, Behavior & Policy 1998;4(4):385-405.
Ashing-Giwa, K. & Ganz P., Understanding the Experience of Breast Cancer in African-American Women. Psychosoc Oncol 1997;15 (2):19-35.
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