Items where SHU Author is "Collins, Karen"
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COLLINS, Karen, BOOTE, Jonathan, ARDRON, David, GATH, Jacqui, GREEN, Tracy and AHMEDZAI, Sam (2014). Making patient and public involvement in cancer and palliative care research a reality : academic support is vital for success. British Medical Journal (BMJ) (Supportive and Palliative Care), 1-4. (In Press)
MORGAN, Jenna, WYLD, Lynda, COLLINS, Karen and REED, Malcolm WR (2014). Surgery versus primary endocrine therapy for operable primary breast cancer in elderly women (70 years plus). Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews. (In Press)
COLLINS, Karen, MCCLIMENS, Alex, MEKONNEN, Stella and WYLD, Lynda (2014). Breast cancer information and support needs for women with intellectual disabilities : a scoping study. Psycho-Oncology, 23 (8), 892-897.
AHMED, N, AHMEDZAI, SH, COLLINS, Karen and NOBLE, Bill (2014). Holistic assessment of supportive and palliative care needs : the evidence for routine systematic questioning. British Medical Journal Supportive and Palliative Care, 4 (3), 238-246.
BURTON, Maria, COLLINS, Karen, CALDON, Lisa J. M., WYLD, Lynda and REED, Malcolm W. R. (2014). Information needs of older women faced with a choice of primary endocrine therapy or surgery for early-stage breast cancer : a literature review. Current Breast Cancer Reports, 6 (3), 235-244.
HUGHES, P, AHMED, N, WINSLOW, M, WALTER, SJ, COLLINS, Karen and NOBLE, B (2013). Consumer views on a new holistic screening tool for supportive and palliative care needs: Sheffield Profile for Assessment and Referral for Care (SPARC): A survey of self-help support groups in health care. Health Expectations. (In Press)
SIVELL, S, EDWARDS, A, MANSTEAD, ASR, CARTER, B, JOSEPH-WILLIAMS, N, CLEMENTS, A, COLLINS, Karen, DONALD, A and ELWYN, G (2013). Theory based analysis of the effects of decision aids for surgery in early breast cancer : a systematic review. European Journal for Person Centered Healthcare, 1 (1), 165-184.
SIVELL, S, EDWARDS, A, MANSTEAD, ASR, REED, MWR, CALDON, L, COLLINS, Karen, CLEMENTS, A and ELWYN, G (2012). Increasing readiness to decide and strengthening behavioural intentions : evaluating the impact of a web-based patient decision aid for breast cancer treatment options. Patient Education and Counseling, 88 (2), 209-217.
COLLINS, Karen, CALDON, L and REED, M (2012). Sharing decisions with patients : can web-based tools like BresDex assist patient-centred decision-making? In: Association of Breast Surgery Yearbook. London, Association of Breast Surgery, 52-55.
SIVELL, S, EDWARDS, A, MANSTEAD, ASR, REED, MWR, CALDON, L, COLLINS, Karen, CLEMENTS, A and ELWYN, G (2012). Increasing readiness to decide and strengthening behavioural intentions: evaluating the impact of a web-based patient decision aid for breast cancer treatment options. Patient Education and Counseling, 88 (2), 209-217.
WALTERS, Stephen, WINSLOW, Michelle, COLLINS, Karen, ROBINSON, Thompson, GREEN, Tracy, MADAN, Jason, REED, Malcolm W R and WYLD, Lynda (2011). Health care professionals' preferences for extending mammographic breast screening to the over 70s. Journal of geriatric oncology, 2 (1), 1-10.
BOOTE, J. and COLLINS, Karen (2011). Patient and public involvement in health research. In: WYLD, Linda, (ed.) BASO - The Association for Cancer Surgery yearbook 2011. London, BASO, 61-63.
CALDON, LJM, COLLINS, K, WILDE, DJ, AHMEDZAI , SH, NOBLE, TW, STOTTER, A, SIBBERING, DM, HOLT, S and REED, MWR (2011). Why do hospital mastectomy rates vary? Differences in the decision-making experiences of women with breast cancer. British journal of cancer, 104 (10), 1551-1557.
CALDON, L., COLLINS , K., REED, M. W. R., PATNIK, J., SIVELL, S., CLEMENTS, A. and ELWYN, G. (2010). Clinicians’ concerns about decision support interventions for patients facing breast cancer surgery options: Understanding the challenge of implementing shared decision-making. Health Expectations, 14 (2), 133-146.
CALDON, L. J. M., MARSHALL-CORK, H., SPEED, G., REED , M. W. R. and COLLINS, K. A. (2010). Patients as researchers - innovative experiences in UK National Health Service research. International journal of consumer studies, 34 (5), 547-550.
COLLINS, K., WINSLOW , M., REED, M. W. R., WALTERS, S. J., ROBINSON, T., MADAN, J., GREEN, T., COCKER, H. and WYLD, L. (2010). The views of older women towards mammographic screening: a qualitative and quantitative study. British journal of cancer, 102 (10), 1461-1467.
WYLD, L, COLLINS, Karen, WINSLOW, M, REED, M, ROBINSON, T, WALTERS, S, MADAN, JJ, GREEN, T and COCKER, H (2009). Extension of mammographic screening to the over 70s: a study of patient and health care professional opinion. European Journal of Surgical Oncology, 35 (11), p. 1236.
HUSAIN, L. S., COLLINS, K., REED, M. and WYLD, L. (2008). Choices in cancer treatment: a qualitative study of the older women's (>70 years) perspective. Psycho-oncology, 17 (4), 410-416.
COLLINS, K., STEVENS, T. and AHMEDZAI , S. H. (2007). Can consumer research panels form an effective part of the cancer research community? Clinical effectiveness in nursing, 9 (3-4), 112-118.
BOWNS, I, COLLINS, Karen, WALTERS, S J and MCDONAGH, A J G (2006). Photo-dermoscopic screening in the management of suspected skin cancer. British Journal Of Dermatology (155S), p. 9.
BOWNS, I R, COLLINS , Karen, WALTERS , S J and MCDONAGH, A J (2006). Telemedicine in dermatology: a randomised controlled trial. Health technology assessment, 10 (43), 1-58.
COLLINS, K. and AHMEDZAI , S. H. (2005). Consumer involvement in research. Cancer nursing practice, 4 (3), 8-11.
COLLINS, K., BOWNS, I. and WALTERS, S. (2004). Patient satisfaction with teledermatology: quantitative and qualitative results from a randomized controlled trial. Journal of telemedicine and telecare, 10 (1), 29-33.
COLLINS, K., BOWNS, I. and WALTERS, S. (2004). General practitioners’ perceptions of asynchronous telemedicine in a randomized controlled trial of teledermatology. Journal of telemedicine and telecare, 10 (2), 94-98.
COLLINS, K. and O'CATHAIN, A. (2003). The continuum of patient satisfaction: from satisfied to very satisfied. Social science and medicine, 57 (12), 2465-2470.
BOWNS, I R, MCDONAGH , A J, COLLINS, Karen, WALTERS, S and CALVERT, N (2003). A randomised controlled trial of teledermatology. British Journal Of Dermatology, 149 (Sup 64), p. 29.
COLLINS, K. and NICOLSON, P. (2002). The meaning of 'satisfaction' for people with dermatological problems: re-assessing approaches to qualitative health psychology research. Journal of health psychology, 7 (5), 615-629.
COLLINS, K., NICOLSON, P., BOWNS, I. and WALTERS, S. (2000). General practitioners' perceptions of store-and-forward teledermatology. Journal of telemedicine and telecare, 6 (1), 50-53.
COLLINS, K., NICOLSON, P. and BOWNS, I. (2000). Patient satisfaction in telemedicine. Health informatics journal, 6 (2), 81-85.
READ, S., ROBERTS-DAVIS, M., LLOYD-JONES, M., MCDONNELL, A., COLLINS, K. and JONES, R. (2000). Preparing to work together: education for nurse practitioners, clinical nurse specialists and other ‘new’ nursing roles. Nursing times research, 6 (4), 25-36.
MORRELL, C. J., WALTERS, S. J., DIXON, S., COLLINS, K., BRERETON, L., PETERS, J. and BROOKER, C. G. D. (1998). Cost-effectiveness of community leg ulcer clinics: a randomised controlled trial. British medical journal (BMJ), 7143, 1487-1491.
COLLINS, K., MORRELL, J., PETERS, J., WALTERS, S. J. and BRERETON, L. (1998). Variations in venous leg ulcer care in the community. British Journal of Community Nursing, 3 (1), 6-12.
BROOKER, C, COLLINS, K., AKEHURST, R and REPPER, J. (1997). Mapping the difficulties experienced by clinicians and managers in health and social care who are seeking to develop research skills. International journal of nursing studies, 34 (4), 278-284.
BRERETON, L., MORRELL, J., COLLINS, K., WALTERS, S., PETERS, J. and BROOKER, C. (1997). Patients’ tolerance of leg ulcer treatments. British journal of community health nursing, 2. (9), 427-435.
COLLINS, K., MORRELL, J., PETERS, J., WALTERS, S., BROOKER, C. and BRERETON, L. (1997). Problems associated with patient satisfaction surveys. British journal of community health nursing, 2 (3), 156-163.