Dr. Chiu is a hospitalist. She is a clinical assistant professor in the Department of Medicine, Division of Hospital Medicine.
She received her residency training at Stanford Health Care. She was one of two residents in her class to be awarded the Julian Wolfsohn Award for dedication to leadership, clinical practice, and teaching.
Dr. Chiu earned her medical degree at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine.
- Internal Medicine
Clinical Assistant Professor, Medicine
Board Certification: American Board of Internal Medicine, Internal Medicine (2022)
Residency: Stanford University Internal Medicine Residency (2022) CA
Medical Education: Case Western Reserve School of Medicine (2019) OH
Patient-reported outcome measurement implementation in cancer survivors: a systematic review.
Journal of cancer survivorship : research and practice
Patient-reported outcome measurements (PROMs) are increasingly used for cancer patients receiving active treatment, but little is known about the implementation and usefulness of PROMs in cancer survivorship care. This systematic review evaluates how cancer survivors and healthcare providers (HCPs) perceive PROM implementation in survivorship care, and how PROM implementation impacts cancer survivors' health outcomes.We systematically searched PubMed/MEDLINE, Embase, CINAHL, Web of Science, and Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews from database inception to February 2022 to identify randomized and nonrandomized studies of PROM implementation in cancer survivors.Based on prespecified eligibility criteria, we included 29 studies that reported on 26 unique PROMs. The studies were heterogeneous in study design, PROM instrument, patient demographics, and outcomes. Several studies found that cancer survivors and HCPs had favorable impressions of the utility of PROMs, and a few studies demonstrated that PROM implementation led to improvements in patient quality of life (QoL), with small to moderate effect sizes.We found implementation of PROMs in cancer survivorship care improved health outcomes for select patient populations. Future research is needed to assess the real-world utility of PROM integration into clinical workflows and the impact of PROMs on measurable health outcomes.Cancer survivors accepted PROMs. When successfully implemented, PROMs can improve health outcomes after completion of active treatment. We identify multiple avenues to strengthen PROM implementation to support cancer survivors.
View details for DOI 10.1007/s11764-022-01216-w
View details for PubMedID 35599269
FINDINGS FROM A NOVEL CANCER SURVIVORSHIP CLINIC EMBEDDED IN PRIMARY CARE: HIGH SATISFACTION AND IMPROVED PATIENT SELF-EFFICACY
SPRINGER. 2021: S388-S389
View details for Web of Science ID 000679443300965