Margaret F. Clayton, Ph.D., APRN
- Breast Cancer Survivors
- Patient-Provider Communication
- Departments: Nursing - Associate Professor
- Divisions: Acute and Chronic Care
- Cancer Center Programs: Cancer Control & Population Sciences
- ANCC - Family Nurse Practitioner
Academic Office Information
- (801) 585-5372
College of Nursing
10 South 2000 East
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
|Postdoctoral Fellowship||University of North Carolina
|Doctoral Training||University of North Carolina
|Graduate Training||Pace University
|Undergraduate||University of Connecticut
- Testing a model of symptoms, communication, uncertainty, and well-being, in older breast cancer survivors.Clayton MF, Mishel MH, Belyea M (2006). Testing a model of symptoms, communication, uncertainty, and well-being, in older breast cancer survivors. Res Nurs Health, 29(1), 18-39.
- Gil KM, Mishel MH, Belyea M, Germino BB, Porter L, Clayton MF (2006). Benefits From an Uncertainty Management Intervention for Older Long-term Breast Cancer: 20 month Outcomes. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 13(4), 286-294.
- Porter L, Clayton MF, Belyea M, Gil KM, Germino BB, Mishel M (2006). Predicting psychological distress and psychological growth in African American and Caucasian long term breast cancer survivors. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 31(3), 195-204.
- Mishel MH, Germino BB, Gil KM, Belyea M, LaNey IC, Stewart J, Porter L, amp Clayton MF (2005). Benefits from an uncertainty management intervention for African-American and Caucasian older long-term breast cancer survivors. Psycho-Oncology, 14(11), 962-978.
- Mishel MH, Clayton MF (2003). Uncertainty in Illness Theories. In Smith MJ; Liehr P (Ed.), Middle Range Theory in Advanced Practice Nursing 2nd ed. New York: Springer Publishing.