Jennifer Lycette, MD, Oncology, Seaside, OR, Providence Seaside Hospital

JenniferLLycetteMD

Oncology Seaside, OR

Medical Director, Providence Oncology and Hematology Care Clinic--Seaside

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Summary

  • I am a board-certified hematologist and medical oncologist with a focus on rural community oncology. I am a writer and practitioner of narrative medicine.

    2018-2019 Doximity Author,
    2019-2020 Doximity Fellow,
    2020-2021 Doximity Fellow
  • The Challenges Of Treating Patients With Cancer And Severe Mental Illness by OPB

    podast of my OPB interview discussing my essay in the New England Journal of Medicine about the challenges of rural cancer care and mental health.

Education & Training

  • Oregon Health & Science University
    Oregon Health & Science UniversityFellowship, Hematology/Oncology, 2003 - 2006
  • Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
    Beth Israel Deaconess Medical CenterResidency, Internal Medicine, 2000 - 2003
  • University of Washington School of Medicine
    University of Washington School of MedicineClass of 2000
  • University of San FranciscoB.S., Chemistry, minor in Biology, Magna Cum Laude, 1996

Certifications & Licensure

  • WA State Medical License
    WA State Medical License 2005 - 2020
  • OR State Medical License
    OR State Medical License 2003 - 2021
  • American Board of Internal Medicine Hematology
  • American Board of Internal Medicine Medical Oncology

Awards, Honors, & Recognition

  • Spirit of Caring" Provider Award Columbia Memorial Hospital, 2015
  • Meaningful Use Stage 1 Certification Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, 2011
  • "High Flier" Art of Medicine Award Kaiser / Northwest Permanente, 2008-2009
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Publications & Presentations

PubMed

Journal Articles

  • "Neglected - Mental Health and Cancer Care in Rural America"  
    Lycette JL, NEJM, 1/1/2016
  • "Practicing Hope"  
    Lycette JL, JAMA Oncology, 1/1/2016
  • Hormonal therapy for prostate cancer: Emerging evidence for parenteral estrogens  
    Lycette JL, Bland LB, Garzotto M, and Beer TM, Clin Genitourin Cancer, 1/1/2006
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Books/Book Chapters

Abstracts/Posters

  • RT-PCR Analysis of mRNA Levels of the DNA Repair Protein O-6-Methylguanine-DNA Methyltransferase in Human Tumor and Normal Brain.
    Carroll JL and Silber JR, Journal of Investigative Medicine, 1/1/1998
  • RT-PCR Analysis of mRNA Levels of the DNA RepairProtein O-6-Methylguanine-DNA Methyltransferase in Human Tumor and Normal Brain.
    Carroll JL and Silber JR, 26th Annual Western Student Medical Research Forum, Carmel, CA, 1/1/1998
  • Protection of Mobilizable Shuttle Plasmids from the Restriction Enzyme System of Fremyella diplosiphon.
    Carroll JL and Cobley J, 8th Annual American Chemical Society Undergraduate Research Symposium, San Francisco, CA, 1/1/1996

Lectures

  • Relay for Life 
    Clatsop County, Seaside, OR - 1/9/2016
  • "Breast Cancer Update" 
    Columbia Memorial Hospital, Astoria, OR - 1/17/2015
  • "Light up the Column" 
    Astoria, OR - 1/1/2014
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Other

Authored Content

  • I Left Medicine for a Year. Here's What I Learned, and Why I'm Coming BackFebruary 2021
  • Parents Don't Stop Being Parents at WorkNovember 2020
  • Vulnerability as a SuperpowerSeptember 2020
  • Why Wearing Masks Is like Adjuvant Cancer TherapyAugust 2020
  • Why Wearing Masks Is like Adjuvant Cancer TherapyAugust 2020
  • What I Learned from a Patient's GiftJuly 2020
  • What I Learned from a Patient's GiftJuly 2020
  • The Pre-Round Where I Only Saw One PatientMarch 2020
  • Discovering My Specialty When I Was Still Barely a DoctorMarch 2020
  • 10 Wishes from a Rural PhysicianJanuary 2020
  • 10 Wishes from a Rural PhysicianJanuary 2020
  • The Invisible Line That Separates Doctors from Patients Doesn't ExistDecember 2019
  • It’s Time to Eliminate Shame in Medical TrainingDecember 2019
  • How Is A Sandcastle A Metaphor for Burnout? I'll Tell YouOctober 2019
  • We're All Trying to Win an Unwinnable GameOctober 2019
  • How Can I Tackle My Patient's Deep-Rooted Beliefs in a 30 Minute Clinic Visit? I Can'tJune 2019
  • How Can I Tackle My Patient's Deep-Rooted Beliefs in a 30 Minute Clinic Visit? I Can'tJune 2019
  • It Took More Than 100 Days for My Patient to Get Approval for an Expanded Access TreatmentJune 2019
  • It Took More Than 100 Days for My Patient to Get Approval for an Expanded Access TreatmentJune 2019
  • A Good Doctor or a Good Mom, Never BothJune 2019
  • A Good Doctor or a Good Mom, Never BothJune 2019
  • What Motivates Doctors to Work for Insurance Companies?April 2019
  • What Motivates Doctors to Work for Insurance Companies?April 2019
  • Only a Monster Could Deliver This News. TwiceApril 2019
  • Only a Monster Could Deliver This News. TwiceApril 2019
  • Exist in Both Moments: Ecstatic and DevastatedMarch 2019
  • Exist in Both Moments: Ecstatic and DevastatedMarch 2019
  • 6 Things to Remember in Your Practice in 2019January 2019
  • 6 Things to Remember in Your Practice in 2019January 2019
  • I’m an Oncologist and Have Long-Term Survivors of Stage IV Lung Cancer in My Community PracticeDecember 2018
  • I’m an Oncologist and Have Long-Term Survivors of Stage IV Lung Cancer in My Community PracticeDecember 2018
  • Top Seven Reasons Why I’m Tired of Practicing Oncology with One Hand Tied Behind My BackNovember 2018
  • Top Seven Reasons Why I’m Tired of Practicing Oncology with One Hand Tied Behind My BackNovember 2018
  • Don't Call Me LuckyOctober 2018
  • Don't Call Me LuckyOctober 2018
  • Capturing the patient's story, or capturing a billing code?9/4/2018
  • Capturing the Patient’s Story or Capturing a Billing Code?September 2018
  • Allowing Grief: Is Integration Better than Compartmentalization?8/23/2018
  • Allowing Grief: Is Integration Better Than Compartmentalization?August 2018
  • Allowing Grief: Is Integration Better Than Compartmentalization?August 2018
  • Episode 3: The Prior Authorization Games: Where the Odds Are Never in Your FavorMarch 2018
  • Episode 3: The Prior Authorization Games: Where the Odds Are Never in Your FavorMarch 2018
  • Episode 3: The Prior Authorization Games: Where the Odds Are Never in Your FavorMarch 2018
  • The Word “Mrs” Is Painted on the MD Glass CeilingAugust 2017
  • The Word “Mrs” Is Painted on the MD Glass CeilingAugust 2017
  • Guilt and the Physician Mom: When Being Gone Is Being an ExampleMarch 2017
  • Guilt and the Physician Mom: When Being Gone Is Being an ExampleMarch 2017
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Press Mentions

  • Parents Don't Stop Being Parents at Work
    Parents Don't Stop Being Parents at WorkNovember 4th, 2020
  • Love Heals: Four Posts to Inspire Your Practice This Valentine’s Day
    Love Heals: Four Posts to Inspire Your Practice This Valentine’s DayFebruary 11th, 2019
  • Top Seven Reasons Why I’m Tired of Practicing Oncology with One Hand Tied Behind My Back
    Top Seven Reasons Why I’m Tired of Practicing Oncology with One Hand Tied Behind My BackNovember 1st, 2018
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