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overview Dr. Paul Nathan is Director of the AfterCare Program in the Division of Paediatric Haematology/Oncology and a Senior Associate Scientist in the Research Institute at the Hospital for Sick Children. He is an Associate Professor of Paediatrics and Health Policy, Management and Evaluation at the University of Toronto. His research is focused on health care utilization by adult survivors of childhood cancer, as well as specific “late effects” of cancer therapy, including cardiac disease and second malignant neoplasms He is a member of several North American research and clinical committees focused on research, clinical care, and policy creation for long-term survivors of childhood cancer.

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Academic Article Options for the prevention and management of acute chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting in children.
Academic Article A pilot study of ondansetron plus metopimazine vs. ondansetron monotherapy in children receiving highly emetogenic chemotherapy: a Bayesian randomized serial N-of-1 trials design.
Academic Article Very high-dose methotrexate (33.6 g/m(2)) as central nervous system preventive therapy for childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia: results of National Cancer Institute/Children's Cancer Group trials CCG-191P, CCG-134P and CCG-144P.
Academic Article Does the use of the revised psychosocial assessment tool (PATrev) result in improved quality of life and reduced psychosocial risk in Canadian families with a child newly diagnosed with cancer?
Academic Article A smartphone-based pain management app for adolescents with cancer: establishing system requirements and a pain care algorithm based on literature review, interviews, and consensus.
Academic Article The Initiative to Maximize Progress in Adolescent and Young Adult Cancer Therapy (IMPACT) Cohort Study: a population-based cohort of young Canadians with cancer.
Academic Article Psychological and Physical Interventions for ?the Management of Cancer-Related Pain in Pediatric and Young Adult Patients: An Integrative Review.
Academic Article Examining factors associated with self-management skills in teenage survivors of cancer.
Academic Article Development of a mHealth Real-Time Pain Self-Management App for Adolescents With Cancer: An Iterative Usability Testing Study [Formula: see text].
Academic Article Implementation and preliminary effectiveness of a real-time pain management smartphone app for adolescents with cancer: A multicenter pilot clinical study.
Academic Article Pain in Children With Cancer: Prevalence, Characteristics, and Parent Management.
Grant PainSquad +: A smartphone app to support real- time pain management for adolescents with cancer
Grant Cancer pain assessment and management in children: Using social media to bridge the gap
Grant The Pain Squad+ smartphone app to support real-time pain management for adolescents with cancer: a randomized controlled trial
Grant The Pain Squad+ smartphone app to support real-time pain management for adolescents with cancer: a randomized controlled trial
Grant The PainSquad+ Real-time pain management system for adolescents with cancer: A feasibility, quality and cost study
Grant Management and health outcomes in adolescents with non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma’s in Ontario
Academic Article Perceptions of Adolescents With Cancer Related to a Pain Management App and Its Evaluation: Qualitative Study Nested Within a Multicenter Pilot Feasibility Study.
Academic Article Using the MEDiPORT humanoid robot to reduce procedural pain and distress in children with cancer: A pilot randomized controlled trial.
Academic Article Skeletal Muscle Dysfunction and Exercise Intolerance in Children Treated with Haematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant-A Pilot Feasibility Study.
Academic Article Current and coming challenges in the management of the survivorship population.

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