We aren't always aware of all the studies being done with our audios - sometimes we hear about them after publication. Some are PhD theses that we never hear about. We don’t run these investigations ourselves, just cooperate with them when asked. Sometimes it never occurs to the PI to let us know. Often we hear about something in passing from a thoughtful colleague who heard a presentation at a professional conference. But there are scores we never hear about.
However, we do know about studies with our Successful Surgery, Stop Smoking, Healing Trauma, Ease Pain, Fight Cancer, Healthful Sleep and Cardiac ICU/Rehab.
Some (but by no means all) citations:
Modifications to Insomnia Treatments for OIF/OEF Veterans with TBI. PI: Dana Epstein PhD, RN, Phoenix V.A. Health Care System, Final Report for HSR&D QUERI Project RRP 07-309, 8/13/08
GIFT Facilitator Manual, Marian Butterfield MD, MPH and Jennifer Strauss PhD, Durham VAMC and Duke University, Durham NC 27705
Root L, Koch E, Reyntjens K, O’Brien C, Alexander S, Gaughf N. Trauma-Specific Guided Imagery: A Systematic Evaluation of an Adjunct Intervention to Group Psychotherapy. Poster Session, ISTSS Annual Meeting, New Orleans, 2001.
Jennifer L. Strauss, et. al. A Tele-Mental Health Approach to Enhancing Treatment Engagement and Symptom Self-Management for Women Veterans with PTSD Related to Military Sexual Trauma: RCT Results. VA Mental Health Conference, August 2010, Durham, North Carolina.
Jain S, McMahon G, Pasen P, Kozub M, Porter V, King R, Guarneri E. Healing Touch with Guided Imagery for PTSD in Returning Active Duty Military: A Randomized, Controlled Trial. Military Medicine, 177, 9:1015, 2012.
Dreher, H. Mind-body interventions for surgery: evidence and exigency. Advances in Mind-Body Medicine (1998) 14, pp. 207-222.
Schwab D, Davies D, et al. A study of efficacy and cost-effectiveness of guided imagery as a portable, self-administered, presurgical intervention delivered by a health plan. Advances, Summer 2007, Vol 22, #1, pp 8-14.
Wynd, C. Guided imagery for smoking cessation and long-term abstinence. Journal of Nursing Scholarship. 2005. 37:3. pp. 245-250.
Wynd, C. Smoking patterns, beliefs and the practice of healthy behaviors in abstinent, relapsed and recalcitrant smokers. Journal of Vascular Nursing. 2007 June; 25 (2) pp. 32-8.
Antall GF, Kresevic D The use of guided imagery to manage pain in an elderly orthopaedic population. Orthopaedic Nursing. 2004 Sep-Oct; 23 (5): pp. 335-40.
Stein TR, Olivo EL, Grand SH, Namerow PB, Costa J, Oz MC. A pilot study to assess the effects of a guided imagery audiotape intervention on psychological outcomes in patients undergoing coronary artery bypass graft surgery. Holistic Nursing Practice. 2010 Jul-Aug; 24 (4): pp. 213-22.
Wyatt G. Sikorskii A, Siddiqi A, Given CW. Feasibility of a reflexology and guided imagery intervention during chemotherapy: results of a quasi-experimental study. Oncol Nurs Forum. 2007 May; 34 (3): pp. 635-42.
Tusek DL, Church JM, Strong SA, Grass JA, Fazio VW. Guided imagery: a significant advance in the care of patients undergoing elective colorectal surgery. Diseases of the Colon and Rectum. 1997 Feb; 40 (2): pp. 172-8.
I hope this answers your question, at least partially.