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    Jerlym Porter, PhD

    Jerlym S. Porter, PhD, MPH

    Assistant Member, St. Jude Faculty

    Departments

    Psychology

    Contact Information

    Jerlym Porter, PhD, MPH
    Psychology
    MS 740, Room R4007
    St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
    262 Danny Thomas Place
    Memphis, TN 38105-3678
    Email: jerlym.porter@stjude.org
    Phone: (901) 595-7437
    FAX: (901) 595-4701

    Education

    BA - University of Virginia
    MS - Virginia Commonwealth University
    PhD - Virginia Commonwealth University
    MPH - Northwestern University


    Research Interests


    Selected Publications

    Porter JS, Graff JC, Lopez A, Hankins JS. Transition from pediatric to adult care in sickle cell disease: Perspectives on the family role. Journal of Pediatric Nursing 29:158-167, 2014.

    Graff JC, Hankins JS, Graves R, Robitaille K, Roberts R, Porter JS. Exploring family communication about sickle cell disease in adolescence. Journal of Pediatric Oncology Nursing 29:323-336, 2012.

    Porter JS, Feinglass J, Artz N, Hafner J, Tanabe P. Sickle cell disease patients’ perceptions of pain management in the emergency department. Journal of the National Medical Association 104:449-454, 2012.

    Tanabe P, Porter J, Creary M, Kirkwood E, Miller S, Ahmed-Williams E, Hassell K. A qualitative analysis of best self management practices: Sickle cell disease. Journal of the National Medical Association 102:1033-1041, 2010.

    Porter JS, Bean MK, Gerke CK, Stern M. Psychosocial factors and perspectives on weight gain and barriers to weight loss among adolescents enrolled in obesity treatment. Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings 17:98-102, 2010.

    Porter JS, Stern M. Prematurity stereotyping and perceived vulnerability at 5-months: Relations with mothers and their premature and full-term infants at 9-months. Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology 27:168-181, 2009.

    Stern M, Mazzeo SE, Gerke CK, Porter JS, Bean MK, Laver JH. Gender, ethnicity, psychosocial factors and quality of life among participants in a multidisciplinary program targeting adolescent overweight. Journal of Pediatric Psychology 32:90-94, 2007.

    Stern M, Mazzeo SE, Porter J, Gerke C, Bryan D, Laver J. Self-esteem, teasing and quality of life: African American adolescent girls participating in a family-based pediatric overweight intervention. Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings 13:217-228, 2006.

    Wilson DB, Porter JS, Parker G, Kilpatrick J. Anthropometric changes using a walking intervention in African American breast cancer survivors: A pilot study. Preventing Chronic Disease 2(2), A16, 2005.

    Last update: March 2014