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Loyola University Chicago

School of Continuing and Professional Studies

Faculty

John Cashy
Title:Faculty
Office #:Lewis Towers 401
Phone:312-915-6501
E-mail: jcashy@luc.edu
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Publications

Mallinson, T. Cella,D.  Cashy, J. Holzner, B.  Giving Meaning to Measure: Linking Self-Reported Fatigue and Function to Performance of Everyday Activities   Journal of Pain and Symptom Management, Vol. 31, 3, 2006, p. 229-241

Rosengart, T., Sweet, J.J., Finnin, E., Wolfe, P., Cashy, J., Hahn, E., Marymount, J.,  Neurocognitive functioning in patients undergoing CABG or PCI: Evidence of impairment prior to intervention compared to normal controls.  Annals of Thoracic Surgery, October  2005; 80(4): 1327 - 1335.

Cashy, J. Cella, D. Discrepancy analysis of patient vs physician assessments of performance status in patients with advanced lung cancer. Presented at ASCO, Orlando, 2005.

Brucker PS, Yost K, Cashy J, Webster K, Cella D.  General population and cancer patient norms for the Functional Assessment of Cancer Therapy-General (FACT-G). Eval Health Prof. 2005 Sep;28(3):370

Rosengart, T., Sweet, J.J., Finnin, E., Wolfe, P., Cashy, J., Hahn, E., Marymount, J., Murphy, G., & Sanborn, T. (in submission). Neuropsychological functioning in patients undergoing CABG or PCI: Evidence of stable cognition in comparison to healthy controls.

Sweet, J.J., Hahn, E., Finnin, E., Wolfe, P., Marymount, J., Cashy, J., Curran, R., Frank,  M., Votapka, T. Sanborn, T., & Rosengart, T. (2005, January) Baseline Neurocognitive Functioning of Cardiac Patients with Low Risk of Brain Dysfunction: Evidence of Impairment Prior to Intervention. Society of Thoracic Surgery, Tampa, FL.

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