Theories and Perspectives in Human Ecology (Inter-HE 801)
Litzelman K. (2019). Family Caregiving and the Quality of Cancer Care. Seminars in Oncology Nursing. 35(4), 348-353.
Litzelman, K., Keller, A. O., Tevaarwerk, A., & DuBenske, L. (2018). Adequacy of depression treatment in spouses of cancer survivors: Findings from a nationally representative US survey. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 33(6), 869-876. doi:10.1007/s11606-018-4331-z. PMC5975149.
Litzelman, K., Kent, E. E., & Rowland, J. H. (2018). Interrelationships between health behaviors and coping strategies among informal caregivers of cancer survivors. Health Education and Behavior, 45(1), 90-100. doi:10.1177/1090198117705164. PMC5623644.
Litzelman, K., Kent, E. E., Mollica, M., & Rowland, J. H. (2016). How does caregiver well-being relate to perceived quality of care in patients with cancer? Exploring associations and pathways. Journal of Clinical Oncology, 34(29), 3554-3561. doi:10.1200/JCO.2016.67.3434. PMC5074348.
Litzelman, K., & Yabroff, K. R. (2015). How are spousal depressed mood, distress, and quality of life associated with risk of depressed mood in cancer survivors? Longitudinal findings from a national sample. Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Prevention, 24(6), 969-977. doi:10.1158/1055-9965.EPI-14-1420. PMC4453017.
Selected Presentations and Publications
· Caregiving “how-to” sheets: https://www.coveringwi.org/caregiving
· Caregiving in Wisconsin: https://blogs.ces.uwex.edu/aging/files/2017/10/infographic-Brown-County-2017.pdf
· Caregiving-related resources: https://parenting.extension.wisc.edu/caregiving/
· Wednesday Nite @ the Lab (April 2016): https://wpt4.org/wpt-video/university-place/university-place-well-being-caregiver/
· Wisconsin Public Radio’s Central Time (February 2018): https://www.wpr.org/depression-and-caregiving
· North Central Region Aging Network (NCRAN): http://www.ncran.org/
· Wisconsin Family and Caregiver Support Alliance: http://wisconsincaregiver.org/alliance
· UW–Madison ICTR Community Academic Partnerships (Faculty liaison to UW-Extension):
Community-Academic Research Partnerships
Litzelman K, Witt WP, Gangnon RE, Nieto FJ, Engelman CD, Mailick MR and Skinner HG. Association between Informal Caregiving and Cellular Aging in the Survey of the Health of Wisconsin: The Role of Caregiving Characteristics, Stress, and Strain. Am J Epidemiol. 2014 Jun 1;179(11):1340-52.
Litzelman K, Skinner HG, Gangnon RE, Nieto FJ, Malecki K, and Witt WP. Role of Global Stress in the Health-Related Quality of Life of Caregivers: Evidence from the Survey of the Health of Wisconsin. Qual Life Res. 2014 Jun;23(5):1569-78.
A complete list of publications is available via PubMed or Google Scholar