25 abstracts found.



ACUFOCIN: Randomised clinical trial of ACUpuncture plus standard care versus standard care alone FOr Chemotherapy Induced peripheral Neuropathy (CIPN)

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Jacqui Stringer1,Andrew Wardley1,David Ryder2
1The Christie NHS Trust,2University of Manchester

Can a simple institutionalised approach to cancer pain assessment and management in cancer centres improve pain outcomes and save money?

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Marie Fallon1,Peter Hall1,Katharina Dienberger1
1University of Edinburgh

Co-design of a remote monitoring application for the first month following colorectal cancer surgery

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Morven Miller1,John Connaghan1,Lisa McCann1,Hester Van-Wyk2,Campbell Roxburgh2,Roma Maguire1
1University of Strathclyde,2University of Glasgow

Socio-demographic variation in routes to diagnosis in head and neck cancer: a population-based analysis

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Jennifer Deane1,Joanne Patterson1,Linda Sharp1
1Newcastle University

Nutrition support in childhood cancer: a systematic review and meta-analysis update

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Alix Dunlop-Jones1,Scarlet Brandley2,Robert Phillips3
1Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust,2Leeds University,3York University

Age differences in patient concerns after Breast Cancer. An analysis of UK Electronic Holistic Needs Assessment data

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Richard Simcock1,Oliver Wilson2,David Egan3,Taha Itani2
1Sussex Cancer Centre,2Macmillan Cancer Support,3Macmillan Cancer Suport

Validation of the Distress Thermometer in advanced cancer patients receiving specialist palliative care in a hospice setting

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Lisa Graham-Wisener1,Martin Dempster1,Pauline Wilkinson2,Aaroon Sadler2,Luke McCann2,Noleen McCorry1
1Queen's University Belfast,2Marie Curie Hospice Belfast

Improving the effectiveness of breast cancer multidisciplinary team (MDT) meetings: Implementation of a pre-MDT triage meeting

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Hannah Winter1,Dorra Al-Saadoon1,Jennifer Hu1,Virginia Wolstenholme1
1St Bartholomew's Hospital

A New Strategy for Personal and Public Involvement (PPI) in Cancer Research in Northern Ireland – Evaluation and Early Impact

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Ruth Boyd1,Margaret Grayson2,Melanie Morris3
1NI Cancer Trials Network, Belfast HSC Trust, NI Cancer Research Consumer Forum,2NI Cancer Resaerch Consumer Forum,3NI Cancer Trials Network

The NIHR STAMINA (Supported exercise TrAining for Men wIth prostate caNcer on Androgen deprivation therapy programme): data from year one.

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Liam Bourke1,Sophie Reale1,Janet Brown2,Michelle Collinson3,Jessica Denning1,Patrick Doherty4,Amanda Farrin3,Diana Greenfield5,Suzanne Hartley3,Benjamin Kelly6,Dylan Morrissey7,Aisling Robinson1,Eileen Sutton8,Rebecca Turner1,Derek Rosario5
1Sheffield Hallam University,2University of Sheffield,3University of Leeds,4University of York,5Sheffield Teaching Hospital,6Nuffield Health,7Queens Mary University of London,8University of Bristol

The Co-Production of Home-based Physical Activity for people with Lung cancer and weight loss (Co-PAL)

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Nichola Gale1,Jane Hopkinson2,Madelaine Young3,David Wasley4,Anthony Byrne5
1Cariff University,2Cardiff University,3Cardiff Univeristy,4Cardiff Metropolitan University,5Cardiff and Vale University Hopsital

Secondary analysis of routinely collected data from a specialist cancer rehabilitation service in South Wales, UK

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Judit Csontos1,Tessa Watts1,Dominic Roche1,Mari Jones2
1Cardiff University,2Swansea University

Assessing the “Success” of a Cancer Charity

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Maddy Young1,Maddy Young1,Paul Gill1,Nichola Gale2,Carly Reagon1,Steve Whitcombe1,Sally Anstey1
1Cardiff University,2Cardiff Universiy

Qualitative exploration of cancer rehabilitation in South Wales, UK from the perspectives of people affected by cancer and healthcare professionals

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Judit Csontos1,Tessa Watts1,Dominic Roche1
1Cardiff University

SafeSpace: Participants experience of a virtual reality intervention, incorporating compassionate mind training exercises, during cancer treatment.

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Lisa Murray1,Geraldine O'Gara1,Tim Anstiss2,Andrew Macquarrie3,Anthony Steed3,Paul Gilbert4,Peter Wheatstone1,Barbie Bellman1,Theresa Wiseman1
1Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust,2Virtual Health Labs, Ltd,3University College London,4University of Derby

Survival and ‘Cure’ of Acute Myeloid Leukaemia (AML) in Children, Adolescents and Young Adults in England

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Mae-Yen Tan1,Aimilia Exarchakou2,Sara Benitez Majano2
1University of Glasgow,2London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine

Cancer Quality of Life Metric Project – Testing ways of presenting patient quality of life summary scores to patients and health professionals.

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Sarah Gelcich1,Sophia Taylor2,Alison Richardson3,Galina Velikova1,Alice Simon4,Cancer Quality of Life Working Group Cancer Quality of Life Steering Group4
1University of Leeds,2University of Southampton,3University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust and University of Southampton,4NHS England

NCRI Consumer Forum: Patients as Partners in Cancer Research 

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Richard Stephens1,Richard Stephens2,Mat Baker2,Emma Kinloch3,Liane Hazell1
1NCRI,2NCRI Consumer Forum,3NCRI Consumer Lead

People with cancer living in deprived areas of Wales are more likely to have another serious condition at diagnosis than those in the least deprived areas

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Tamsin Long1,Dyfed Wyn Huws1,Julie Howe1,Tomos Smith1,Kelly Shiell-Davis2,Adele Oddy2,David Egan2,Rebecca Thomas1
1Public Health Wales,2Macmillan Cancer Support

“I thought there would have been pain” A qualitative investigation of patients’ experiences of the route to, and diagnosis of, head and neck cancer.

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Jennifer Deane1,Joanne Patterson1,Linda Sharp1
1Newcastle University

Outcomes following critical illness among cancer patients: A population-based observational study using a matched comparison group.

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Mae-Yen Tan1,Philip McLoone1,Billy Sloan1,Tara Quasim1,Kathryn Puxty1,David Morrison1
1University of Glasgow

Cancer comorbidities and hospital admission: A Scottish Routes from Diagnosis analysis

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Emily Moore1,Cheryl Denny2,Kelly Sheil-Davis3,Clare Le Blanc3
1Information Services Division, NHS National Services Scotland, Edinburgh, UK,2Information Services Division,3MacMillan Cancer Support

“I felt that I had some people who cared about me.” The impact of real-time remote patient monitoring on clinical practice: experiences of patients and clinicians participating in the eSMART study

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Lisa McCann1,Liane Lewis1,Olubukola Oduntan1,Morven Miller1,Grigorios Kotronoulas2,Eileen Furlong3,Patricia Fox3,Andrew Darley3,Alison Buick3,Aidrian Flowerday4,Emma Ream5,Jo Armes5,Elizabeth Patiraki6,Stylianos Katsaragakis6,Alexander Gaiger7,Geir Berg8,Paul McCrone9,Christine Miaskowski10,Peter Donnan11,Roma Maguire1
1University of Strathclyde,2University of Glasgow,3University College Dublin,4Docobo,5University of Surrey,6University of Athens,7Medical University Vienna,8Sykehuset-Innlandet Hospital Trust,9King's College London,10University of california,11University of Dundee

Friendship in the stable phase of cancer

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Hilde Buiting1,Michelle van Eijk2,Daniel de Vries3
1Netherlands Cancer Institute,2University of Amsterdam / Netherlands Cancer Institute,3university of Amsterdam

Developing a digital health intervention to support young adults with cancer: The e-Prehabilitation Study

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Lisa McCann1,Kathryn McMillan1,Chris Hewitt2
1University of Strathclyde,2NHS Lothi