Skip Navigation




Courses & Seminars

Events Calendar

Visting Scholars


Funding Opportunities
- Other

Mentoring Program
- For Mentees
- For Mentors

Members Only

Related Links


Sharon L. Kozachik, PhD, RN

Academic Degrees
PhD, Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing, 2006
MSN, Michigan State University College of Nursing, 1998
BSN, University of Michigan-Flint School of Nursing, 1991

Departmental Affiliation
School of Nursing

Email: skozach1@son.jhmi
Phone: (410)-356-2555


Michigan Reformatory, Michigan Department of Corrections: Employee of the month- December 1990
Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges- 1991
University of Michigan-Flint: Graduated with Honors- December 1991
University of Michigan-Flint Department of Nursing: Inducted into the Nursing Honor Society- 1992
Michigan State University: Inducted into Sigma Theta Tau, Alpha Psi Chapter- 1997
Michigan State University: Named Outstanding Graduate Student in the College of Nursing for the 1997- 1998 academic year
University of Michigan-Flint: Charter member, Sigma Theta Tau, Pi Delta Chapter- 1998
The Johns Hopkins University: Predoctoral Fellow 2002 – 2004 Research Training in Health Disparities of Underserved Populations grant #1 T32 NR07968-01
The Johns Hopkins University: Postdoctoral Fellow Interdisciplinary Research Training in Biobehavioral Pain Research grant # 1 T32 MH75884

Given, B., Given, C. W., McCorkle, R., Kozachik, S., Cimprich, B., & Rahbar, M. H. (2002). Pain and fatigue management: Results of a nursing randomized clinical trial. Oncology Nursing Forum, 29(6), 949-956.

Rawl, S., Given, B., Given, C. W., Champion, V., Kozachik, S., Barton, D. Emsley, C. & Williams, S. (2002). Intervention to improve psychological functioning for newly diagnosed patients with cancer. Oncology Nursing Forum, 29(6), 967-975.

Given, B. A., Given, C. W., Kozachik, S. L., & Rawl, S. M. (2003). Behavioral interventions for family caregivers of cancer patients. In B. Given, C. W. Given, V. L. Champion, S. Kozachik, & D. N. DeVoss  (Eds.). State of the Science Behavioral Interventions for Cancer Patients and their Family Caregivers Across the Cancer Continuum.  New York: Springer.

Given, C., Given, B., Rahbar, M., Jeon, S., McCorkle, R., Cimrich, B., Galecki, A., Kozachik, S., Brady, A., Fisher-Malloy, M. J., Courtney, K., & Bowie, E. (2004). Effect of a cognitive behavioral intervention on reducing symptom severity during chemotherapy. Journal of Clinical Oncology, 22(3), 507-516.

Sherwood, P., Given, B. A., Given, C. W., Champion, V. L., Monahan, P. O., Azzouz, F., Kozachik, S. L., Doorenbos, A., & Wagler-Ziner, K. (2005). A cognitive behavioral intervention for symptom management in patients with advanced cancer. Oncology Nursing Forum, 32(6), 1190 - 1198.

Kozachik, S. L., Wyatt, G., Given, C. W., & Given, B. A. (2006). Patterns of use of complementary therapies among cancer patients and their family caregivers. Cancer Nursing, 29(2), 84-94.

Join the CMBR
Volunteer for a Study
Contact Us
Email this Page  

Subscribe to Newsletter
Locate an Expert

Johns Hopkins MedicineJohns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public HealthJohns Hopkins University School of Nursing

©, Johns Hopkins University. All rights reserved.
Web policies, 615 N. Wolfe Street, Baltimore, MD 21205