Supportive Psychology Protocols / Clinical Studies

Non-therapeutic protocols address such issues as side effects or long-term effects of therapy, quality of life, making testing easier on the children, prevention of pain, and issues related to nutrition and stress. There are also tissue and blood banking protocols for laboratory researchers who are studying diseases and searching for underlying causes and cures. The research at St. Jude is designed to include all aspects related to the care of sick children and their families.


Computerized Intervention for Amelioration of Cognitive Late Effects among Childhood Cancer Survivors


The Feasibility of a Daily Diary Methodology with a Pediatric Cancer Population


The Good Patient Study


Working Memory and School Readiness in Preschool-Aged Children With Sickle Cell Disease: Family and Environmental Factors

For: Sickle cell disease


Online Implementation of Problem-Solving Skills Training for Parents of Newly Diagnosed Childhood Cancer Patients


Targeting Enhanced Adherence to Medication: A Pilot Study In Adolescents And Young Adults With Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)

For: Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)


Evaluation of Nocturnal Enuresis and Barriers to Treatment among Pediatric Patients with Sickle Cell Disease

For: Sickle cell disease


Stress, Adjustment and Growth in Children with Cancer and Their Parents


Non St. Jude Protocols


Quadrivalent Human Papillomavirus (qHPV) Vaccine in Cancer Survivors: Cross Sectional Survey and Phase II Open-Label Vaccine Trial- A Consortium For Pediatric Interventional Research Study

For: Human papillomavirus