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Selected Publications


  1. Jacob E, Miaskowski C, Savedra M, Beyer J, Treadwell M, Styles L. Quantification of analgesic use in children with sickle cell disease. Clin J Pain. 2006. In press.
  2. Treadwell M, McClough L, Vichinsky E. Using qualitative and quantitative strategies to improve understanding of community knowledge and perceptions of sickle cell disease and trait. Journal of the National Medical Association. 2006; 98:704-710.
  3. Jacob E, Miaskowski C, Savedra M, Beyer J, Treadwell M, Styles L. Changes in sleep, food intake, and activity levels during acute painful episodes in children with sickle cell disease. J Pediatr Nurs. 2006 Feb;21(1):23-34.
  4. Pearson S, Alkon A, Treadwell M, Wolff B, Quirolo K, Boyce T. Autonomic Reactivity and Clinical Severity in Children with Sickle Cell Disease. Clinical Autonomic Research. 2005;15:400-407.
  5. Treadwell M, Law AW, Sung J, Hackney-Stephens E, Quirolo K, Murray E, Glendenning GA, Vichinsky E. Barriers to adherence of deferoxamine usage in sickle cell disease. Pediatric Blood and Cancer. 2005;44:1-8.
  6. Jacob E, Miaskowski C, Savedra M, Beyer J, Treadwell M, Styles L. Trends in complete blood count values during acute painful episodes in children with sickle cell cisease. Journal of Pediatric Oncology Nursing. 2005;22:152-159.
  7. Jacob E, Miaskowski C, Savedra M, Beyer J, Treadwell M, Styles L. Are there phases to the vaso-occlusive painful episode in sickle cell disease? Journal of Pain and Symptom Management. 2005;29:392-400.
  8. Jacob E, Miaskowski C, Savedra M, Beyer J, Treadwell M, Styles L.  Changes in intensity, location and quality of vaso-occlusive pain in children with sickle cell disease.  Pain. 2003;102: 187-193.
  9. Jacob E, Miaskowski C, Savedra M, Beyer J, Treadwell M, Styles L. Management of vaso-occlusive pain in children with sickle cell disease. Journal of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology. 2003;25:307-311.
  10. Treadwell M, Franck L , Vichinsky E. Using quality improvement strategies to enhance pediatric pain assessment. International Journal of Quality in Health Care. 2002;14:39-47.
  11. Franck L, Treadwell M, Jacob E, Vichinsky E.  Assessment of sickle cell pain in children and young adults using the Adolescent Pediatric Pain Tool. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management. 2002;23:114-120.
  12. Beyer JE, Platt A, Treadwell M, Kinney T. Practice guidelines for the assessment of children with sickle cell pain.  Journal of the Society of Pediatric Nursing. 1999;4:61-73.
  13. Gold JI, Treadwell M, Weissman L, Vichinsky E.  Comparing children with sickle cell disease and their healthy siblings on measures of coping, self-efficacy, social support and behavioral problems. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics. 1999;20:396-404.
  14. Weissman L, Treadwell M, Vichinsky E. Evaluation of home Desferal care in transfusion dependent children with thalassemia and sickle cell disease.  International Journal of Pediatric Hematology and Oncology. 1997;4:61- 67.
  15. Smith MS, Gad M Treadwell,  O'Grady L.  Psychosocial functioning, life change and clinical status in adolescents with cystic fibrosis.  Journal of Adolescent Health Care. 1983;4:230-234.
  16. Gad M Treadwell, Johnson JH.  Correlates of adolescent life stress as related to race, SES, and levels of perceived social support.  Journal of Clinical Child Psychology. 1980; 9:13-16.
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Selected Books, Chapters and Abstracts
  1. Mutumi R, Powell G, Treadwell M, Robbins D. (Abstract) A multi-systems approach as a framework for providing HIV/AIDS support. eJournal of the International AIDS Society. 2004;1: ThPeD7805.
  2. Miller G, Treadwell M, Rowe-Lee G. (Abstract) HIV 101: Promoting knowledge and health in a high risk community. eJournal of the International AIDS Society. 2004;1:ThPeD7805
  3. Treadwell M, Sung J, Murray E, Hagar W, Hoehner C, Major K, Hackney-Stephens E, Glendenning A, Vichinsky E. (2004). Barriers to deferoxamine adherence for adults with sickle cell disease (Abstract), Blood, 104 (11).
  4. Earles A, Treadwell M, Hurst D, Fortune-Pinheiro S, Lessing S, Telfair J, Merriweather F, Vichinsky E. A Parents’ Handbook for Sickle Cell Disease – Revised. Sacramento, CA: State of California Department of Health Services, Genetic Diseases Branch, 2004.
  5. (2002 – contributing author). The Management of Sickle Cell Disease (fourth edition). NIH Publication No. 02-2117. National Institutes of Health, National Heart Lung and Blood Institute.
  6. Treadwell M, Weissman L. (2001).  Improving adherence with deferoxamine regimens for patients receiving chronic transfusion therapy.  Seminars in Hematology, 38 (1), 77-84.
  7. Benjamin LJ, Dampier, CD, Jacox A, Odesina V, Phoenix D, Shapiro B, Strafford M, Treadwell, M.  (1999).  Guidelines for the management of acute and chronic pain in sickle cell disease.  American Pain Society Practice Guidelines Series, No. 1.  Glenview, IL: American Pain Society.
  8. Weissman L, Treadwell M, Foote D, Heer N, Vichinsky E.  Approaches to working with adult thalassemia patients in pediatric settings.  Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 1998;850:516-517.
  9. Beyer JE, Platt A, Kinney T, Treadwell M, Bernstein B, Schichor A.  Assessment of pain in adults and children with sickle cell disease.  In B.S. Shapiro, N.L. Schechter, & K. Ohene-Frempong (Eds).   Sickle cell disease related pain: Assessment and management conference proceedings.  1994; Mt. Desert, ME: New England Regional Genetics Group (NERGG).
  10. Treadwell M, Gil K. Psychosocial aspects.  In S.H. Embury, R.P. Hebbel, N. Mohandas, & M. Steinberg (Eds).  Sickle Cell Disease: Basic Principles and Clinical Practice. 1994; New York: Raven Press.
  11. Gad M Treadwell (1993--contributing author).  In S. Lessing & E. Vichinsky (Eds).  A Parents' Handbook for Sickle Cell Disease, Part I: Ages Birth to Six. Sacramento, CA: State of California Department of Health Services, Genetic Diseases Branch.
  12. Gad M Treadwell. Psychosocial issues of sickle cell disease: A developmental perspective.  California Sickle Cell Newsletter. 1989:4, Campbell, CA: Education Programs Associates, Inc.
  13. Gad M Treadwell, Fung HC. Mother's choices of disciplinary techniques as related to child problem behaviors.  Resources in Education (RIE). 1986:62;(EC 180 539).
  14. Fung HC, Gad M Treadwell. Disciplinary techniques reported by parents of gifted children.  Resources in Education (RIE). 1986:62;(ED 260 572).
  15. Fulton W, Gad M Treadwell, Sue S.  "Heart-pothesis" is a two-edged sword.  American Psychologist, 1979:33;561-562, (comment).
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Invited Presentations (Selected)
  1. Treadwell M. (2005, July). Psychosocial support for orphans and vulnerable children. U.S. Public Affairs Section, Harare, Zimbabwe.
  2. Treadwell M. (2004, October). Psychological and social aspects of HIV and AIDS. Psychiatry Grand Rounds, Alta Bates Herrick Hospital, Berkeley, CA.
  3. Treadwell, M. (2004, May). Management of acute and chronic sickle pain: patient and family factors and the provider-patient interaction. Fourth Annual Pediatric Pain Forum. American Pain Society and International Association for Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
  4. Treadwell, M. (2004, March). Depression: not “just the blues.” East Oakland Diabetes Workgroup, MOVE for Health. Oakland, CA.
  5. Treadwell, M. (2003, November). Children and youth with special health care needs: transition from pediatric to adult care. Children’s Regional Integrated Service System and Family Voices of California, Oakland, CA.
  6. Treadwell M, LeNoir M. (2003, June). Medicine, science and community: collaborating to improve outcomes for at-risk populations. Grand Rounds, Children's Hospital & Research Center at Oakland, Oakland, CA.
  7. Treadwell M, Law A, Sung J, Hackney-Stephens E, Murray E et al. Collaborative strategies for improving treatment adherence. Thirty-first Annual Convention, Sickle Cell Disease Association of America, Los Angeles, CA.
  8. Treadwell, M.  (2000, September).  Psychological, behavioral and social issues in sickle cell disease.  Seventh Annual Sickle Cell Symposium, Sickle Cell Advisory Committee of the Genetic Network of New York, Puerto Rico and The Virgin Islands.  New York, NY.
  9. Treadwell, M.  (2000, April).  Advances in behavioral and social research in sickle cell disease.  Plenary session presented at the 24th Annual Meeting of the National Sickle Cell Disease Program.  Philadelphia, PA.
  10. Treadwell, M.  (2000, September). Psychological, behavioral and social consequences of sickle cell disorders.  Sixteenth Annual Education Conference of the Sickle Cell Disease Association of Ontario. Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
  11. Treadwell, M.  (1999, September). Emotional and social adjustment to the diagnosis of sickle cell disease.  Invited presentation at the 15th Annual Education Conference of the Sickle Cell Disease Association of Ontario. Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
  12. Treadwell, M.  (1999, September). Support and care for the adolescent and young adult with sickle cell disease.  Invited presentation at the 15th Annual Education Conference of the Sickle Cell Disease Association of Ontario. Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

 

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