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Elizabeth G. Hunter, PhD

Cancer Center Member

elizabeth hunter

Research Programs:

Faculty Rank:
Associate Professor

Research Focus

  • Enhancing the intersection of cancer survivorship and physical rehabilitation.
  • The return to participation (e.g. work, valued roles and activities) among cancer survivors.
  • The use and value of cancer survivorship care plans.

Contact Information

Multidisciplinary Science Building
725 Rose St., Suite 401
Lexington, KY 40536-0082
United States

Phone
859-218-0194

Publications

  1. AOTA Critically Appraised Topic Series: Multidisciplinary Cancer Rehabilitation. SIS Quarterly Practice Connection. Hunter, EG, D'Amico, M, Gibson, R (2016). American Occupational Therapy Association, Inc. May, Volume 1, Issue 1, p. 24.
  2. Systematic Review of Occupational Therapy and Adult Cancer Rehabilitation: Part 1 Impact of physical activity, Health and Wellness. Hunter, EG, D'Amico, M & Gibson, R. American Journal of Occupational Therapy (in press)
  3. Systematic review of Occupational Therapy and Adult Cancer Rehabilitation: Part 2 Multidisciplinary rehabilitation, symptom management, psychosocial interventions and return to work. Hunter, EG, D'Amico, M & Gibson, R. American Journal of Occupational Therapy (in press).
  4. Functional outcomes by age for inpatient cancer rehabilitation: A Retrospective Chart Review. Hunter, E.G., Baltisberger, J (2012). Journal of Applied Gerontology, 32(4), 443- 456.
  5. The Legacy of Cancer: The Importance of passing on beliefs, values and positive health behaviors for women with cancer. Hunter, E.G. (2008). Journal of Psychosocial Oncology, 26(1), 101-121

Education