Talya Salz, PhD

Assistant Attending Outcomes Research Scientist
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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Current Research Interests

Dr. Salz’s primary research interest is in understanding and improving the quality of care for cancer survivors. Currently, Dr. Salz is working to understand whether treatment summaries and plans for recommended care can improve the ongoing post-treatment care of colorectal cancer survivors.  She is also interested in developing clinical tools to predict and prevent cardiovascular late effects after a diagnosis of lymphoma.

Publications by Talya Salz

Brewer NT, Salz T, Lillie SE. Systematic review: the long-term effects of false-positive mammograms. Annals of Internal Medicine.  2007; 146(7): 502-510.

Salz T, Brewer NT, Sandler RS, Weiner BJ, Martin CF, Weinberger M.  Association of health beliefs and colonoscopy use among survivors of colorectal cancer. Journal of Cancer Survivorship. 2009; 3(4):193-201.

Salz T, Richman AR, Brewer, NT. Meta-analyses of the effect of false-positive mammograms on generic and specific psychosocial outcomes.  Psycho-Oncology, 2010;19(10):1026-34.

Salz T, Weinberger M, Ayanian JZ, Brewer NT, Earle CC, Elston Lafata J, Fisher DA, Weiner BJ, Sandler RS. Variation in use of surveillance colonoscopy among colorectal cancer survivors in the United States.  BMC Health Services Research. 2010; 10: 256.

Salz T, Oeffinger KC, McCabe MS, Layne TM, Bach PB.  Survivorship care plans in research and practice.  CA: A Cancer Journal for Clinicians. [Accepted for publication]