Margaret F Clayton
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Benefits from an uncertainty management intervention for African–American and Caucasian older long‐term breast cancer survivors
MH Mishel, BB Germino, KM Gil, M Belyea, IC LaNey, J Stewart, L Porter, ...
Psycho‐Oncology: Journal of the Psychological, Social and Behavioral …, 2005
Theories of uncertainty in illness
MH Mishel, MF Clayton
Middle range theory for nursing 3, 53-86, 2008
Who gives a tweet: assessing patients’ interest in the use of social media for health care
J Fisher, M Clayton
Worldviews on Evidence‐Based Nursing 9 (2), 100-108, 2012
Testing a model of symptoms, communication, uncertainty, and well‐being, in older breast cancer survivors
MF Clayton, MH Mishel, M Belyea
Research in Nursing & Health 29 (1), 18-39, 2006
Benefits of the uncertainty management intervention for African American and White older breast cancer survivors: 20-month outcomes
KM Gil, MH Mishel, M Belyea, B Germino, LS Porter, M Clayton
International Journal of Behavioral Medicine 13, 286-294, 2006
Predicting negative mood state and personal growth in African American and White long-term breast cancer survivors
LS Porter, MF Clayton, M Belyea, M Mishel, KM Gil, BB Germino
Annals of Behavioral Medicine 31 (3), 195-204, 2006
Assessing patient-centered communication in a family practice setting: how do we measure it, and whose opinion matters?
MF Clayton, S Latimer, TW Dunn, L Haas
Patient education and counseling 84 (3), 294-302, 2011
Hospice nurse communication with patients with cancer and their family caregivers
L Ellington, M Reblin, MF Clayton, P Berry, K Mooney
Journal of palliative medicine 15 (3), 262-268, 2012
Spiritual care communication in cancer patients
L Ellington, J Billitteri, M Reblin, MF Clayton
Seminars in oncology nursing 33 (5), 517-525, 2017
Nurse responsiveness to cancer patient expressions of emotion
LK Sheldon, L Ellington, R Barrett, WN Dudley, MF Clayton, K Rinaldi
Patient education and counseling 76 (1), 63-70, 2009
Communication with breast cancer survivors
MF Clayton, WN Dudley, A Musters
Health communication 23 (3), 207-221, 2008
Theories of uncertainty in illness
MF Clayton, M Dean, M Mishel
Middle range theory for nursing 4, 49-82, 2018
Predicting nurses’ turnover: The aversive effects of decreased identity, poor interpersonal communication, and learned helplessness
JJ Moreland, DR Ewoldsen, NM Albert, GM Kosicki, MF Clayton
Journal of Health Communication 20 (10), 1155-1165, 2015
Communication behaviors and patient and caregiver emotional concerns: a description of home hospice communication
MF Clayton
Number 3/May 2014 41 (3), 311-321, 2014
AMOS versus LISREL: One data set, two analyses
MF Clayton, MA Pett
Nursing research 57 (4), 283-292, 2008
Patient-centered communication during oncology follow-up visits for breast cancer survivors: content and temporal structure
MF Clayton
Number 2/March 2009 36 (2), E68-E79, 2009
Delay in diagnostic testing after abnormal mammography in low-income women
D Wujcik, Y Shyr, M Li, MF Clayton, L Ellington, U Menon, K Mooney
Oncology nursing forum 36 (6), 709, 2009
Hospice nurse identification of comfortable and difficult discussion topics: Associations among self-perceived communication effectiveness, nursing stress, life events, and burnout
MF Clayton, E Iacob, M Reblin, L Ellington
Patient education and counseling 102 (10), 1793-1801, 2019
Communication among cancer patients, caregivers, and hospice nurses: Content, process and change over time
L Ellington, MF Clayton, M Reblin, G Donaldson, S Latimer
Patient education and counseling 101 (3), 414-421, 2018
Managing medications during home hospice cancer care: the needs of family caregivers
J Tjia, L Ellington, MF Clayton, C Lemay, M Reblin
Journal of Pain and Symptom Management 50 (5), 630-641, 2015
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