LSU Lung Cancer Research Study

Diptasri Mandal, PhD:
Principal Investigator
(504) 568-6156
dmanda@lsuhsc.edu    

Angelle Bencaz, MSPH

Co-Investigator
(504) 568-2216
abenca@lsuhsc.edu

 

Jessica Chambliss, MS, CRC:

Co-Investigator

(504) 568-7027
jcham5@lsuhsc.edu

 


Toll-Free: 1-888-720-7757

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Please click on any of the links below for communication worksheets & tips:

 

Questions to Ask

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  1. Lung Cancer - Non-Small Cell: Questions to Ask the Health Care Team (Cancer.Net) (web page)

  2. Lung Cancer: 12 Questions to Ask Your Doctor (WebMD) (web page)

  3. Medication Questions (Taking Charge of Your Health & Wellbeing) (worksheet)

  4. My Questions for This Visit (Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality) (worksheet)

  5. New Diagnosis: Questions to Ask (OncoLink) (web page)

  6. Questions (LUNGevity) (web page) (important questions to ask at each step of your journey)

  7. Questions for Patients with Cancer to Ask Their Care Team (Institute of Medicine) (handout)

  8. Questions for Your Doctor (Cancer Council NSW) (handout)

  9. Questions to Ask: When you go to the doctor or hospital (NHS) (easy read booklet)

  10. Questions to Ask...Medical Oncologist, Pulmonologist, Radiation Oncologist, Thoracic Surgeon (lungcancer.org) (web page)

  11. Questions to Ask My Doctor About Lung Cancer (American Cancer Society) (workbook)

  12. Questions to Ask My Doctor About My Cancer (ACT, About Clinical Trials) (worksheet)

  13. Questions to Ask Your Doctor About Your Treatment (National Cancer Institute) (web page)

  14. Questions to Ask Your Health Care Team (Cancer.Net) (web page)

  15. Questions to Ask Your Health Care Team (CancerCare's fact sheet) (handout)

  16. Questions to Ask Your Health Care Team (CancerCare's fact sheet) (worksheet)

  17. Questions for Your Lung Cancer Care Team  (American Lung Association) (worksheet booklet)

  18. The Essential Questions to Ask Your Doctor  (National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship, NCCS) (handout)

  19. Top Five Questions for your Lung Cancer Doctor (American Lung Association) (handout)

 

Interactive Online Tools

  1. Cancer.Net's Free Mobile App (iOS, Android, & Amazon App Store)

  2. Doctor-Patient Communication Quiz (Lifespan) (web page)

  3. Question Builder: Be Prepared for Your Next Medical Appointment (Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality) (web page)

 

Worksheets

  1. Difficult Conversations Workbook (Center for Communication in Medicine) (workbook booklet)

  2. Discussing Changes in Your Health: Worksheet (National Institute of Aging)

  3. Discussing Your Concerns with the Doctor: Worksheet (National Institute of Aging)

  4. Know Thyself (National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship,NCCS) (worksheet)

  5. My Appointment Notes (Cancer.Net) (worksheet)

  6. My History (Cancer.Net) (worksheet)

  7. My Medication List (Taking Charge of Your Health & Wellbeing) (worksheet)

  8. My Test Results (Cancer.Net) (worksheet)

  9. Navigating Lung Cancer: What's Next? (LUNGevity) (worksheets)

  10. Preparing for Your Appointment (Taking Charge of Your Health & Wellbeing) (worksheet)

  11. Results of the Appointment: Routine Health Exams (Taking Charge of Your Health & Wellbeing) (worksheet)

  12. Tips for Talking with Your Doctor: Concerns to Discuss (NIIH, National Institute on Aging) (worksheet)

  13. Track Your Medical Tests and Procedures (Taking Charge of Your Health & Wellbeing) (worksheet)

 

Handouts & Fact Sheets

  1. 8 Tips for Communicating Well with Your Healthcare Provider (Mon Health Medical Center) (handout)

  2. Be More Involved in Your Health Care: Tips for Patients (Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality) (brochure)

  3. Doctor, Can We Talk?: Tips for Communicating with Your Health Care Team (CancerCare) (fact sheet)

  4. Pocket Guide to Talking About Side Effects of Cancer Treatments  (MD Anderson) (pocket guide)

  5. Quick Tips When Talking With Your Doctor (Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality) (handout)

  6. Tips on Communicating With Your Doctor (Consumer Reports Health) (handout)

  7. Top Ten Tips for Communicating with your Lung Cancer Care Team (American Lung Association) (handout)

  8. What Should Patients Do to Help Make Care Safe (National Patient Safety Foundation) (handout)

  9. When to Get a Second Opinion (CancerCare) (fact sheet)

 

Booklets

  1. A Guide for Older People: Talking with Your Doctor (NIH, National Institute on Aging) (booklet)

  2. Communicating with Your Health Care Team (CancerCare) (Connect Booklet Series)

  3. Doctor-Patient Communication: Communicating With Your Health Care Team (CancerCare) (Connect Booklet Series)

  4. Talking About Complementary and Alternative Medicine with Health Care Providers: A Workbook and Tips (National Cancer Institute) (booklet)

  5. Talking With Your Doctor: A Guide for Older People (National Institute on Aging) (booklet)

  6. Teamwork: The Cancer Patient's Guide to Talking With Your Doctor  (National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship) (booklet)

 

Web Pages

  1. Doctor-Patient Communication: Talking with Your Doctor (National Institute of Aging) (articles)

  2. How to Communicate With Your Medical Team (Patient Empowerment Network)

  3. Tools to Monitor Treatment (American Cancer Society)

 

Video Library

  1. How to Communicate with Your Healthcare Team (Livestrong) (YouTube)

  2. How to Make the Most of Your Doctor Visit  | Be a Prepared Patient  (Center for Advancing Health, CFAH) (YouTube)

  3. How Should I Prepare for Discussions With My Doctor ? (ACT, About Clinical Trials) (YouTube)

  4. Make a List (Talking with Your Doctor) (NIH Senior Health) (YouTube)

  5. Remembering What You and Your Doctor Discussed (NIH Senior Health) (YouTube)

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