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Dr Shiela Lee
Dr Kofi Oppong
Dr Manu Nayar
Professor Linda Sharp
Sanjay Pandanaboyana
et al.
Analgesia in the Initial Management of Acute Pancreatitis: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Randomised Controlled Trials2022
Natassia Robinson
John Casement
Professor Roderick Skinner
Professor Linda Sharp
Dr Jill McKay
et al.
Anti-cancer therapy is associated with long-term epigenomic changes in childhood cancer survivors2022
Dr Joanne Patterson
Dr Liya Lu
Laura-Jayne Watson
Professor Linda Sharp
Associations between markers of social functioning and depression and quality of life in survivors of head and neck cancer: Findings from the Head and Neck Cancer 5000 study2022
Dr Fiona Malcomson
Professor Linda Sharp
Professor John Mathers
Dr Carlos Celis Morales
Associations of A Body Shape Index (ABSI) with Cancer Incidence, All-Cause, and at 23 Sites-Findings from the UK Biobank Prospective Cohort Study2022
Dr Morven Brown
Professor Vera Araujo-Soares
Professor Roderick Skinner
Professor Linda Sharp
Childhood cancer survivors’ perceptions of the barriers and facilitators to physical activity: a systematic review and thematic synthesis of qualitative evidence using the theoretical domains framework2022
Ben Rimmer
Professor Linda Sharp
Corrigendum: “Trust and cancer screening: Effects of a screening controversy on women's perceptions of cervical cancer screening” (Preventive Medicine Reports (2022) 25, (101684), (S2211335521003752), (10.1016/j.pmedr.2021.101684))2022
Professor Linda Sharp
Experiencing financial toxicity associated with cancer in publicly funded healthcare systems: a systematic review of qualitative studies2022
Professor Linda Sharp
Paid and unpaid productivity losses due to premature mortality from cancer in Europe in 20182022
Samuel Azubuike
Dr Louise Hayes
Professor Linda Sharp
Dr Akintunde Alabi
Dr Richard McNally
et al.
Physical activity and the risk of breast cancer among Nigerian women.2022
Professor Roderick Skinner
Professor Linda Sharp
Social inequalities in treatment receipt for childhood cancers in Ireland: A population-based analysis2022
Samuel Azubuike
Dr Louise Hayes
Professor Linda Sharp
Dr Richard McNally
Socio-economic status and the risk of breast cancer among Nigerian women: a case control study2022
Dr Liya Lu
Dr Sara Koo
Dr Stuart McPherson
Professor Colin Rees
Professor Linda Sharp
et al.
Systematic review and meta-analysis: Associations between metabolic syndrome and colorectal neoplasia outcomes2022
Ben Rimmer
Professor Linda Sharp
Trust and cancer screening: Effects of a screening controversy on women's perceptions of cervical cancer screening2022
Ben Rimmer
Professor Linda Sharp
Advancing understanding of influences on cervical screening (non)-participation among younger and older women: A qualitative study using the theoretical domains framework and the COM-B model2021
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Iain McCallum
Dr Lynne Forrest
Professor Linda Sharp
Age-related and socio-economic inequalities in timeliness of referral and start of treatment in colorectal cancer. A population-based analysis2021
Ben Rimmer
Dr Lisa Crowe
Dr Adam Todd
Professor Linda Sharp
Assessing unmet needs in advanced cancer patients: a systematic review of the development, content, and quality of available instruments2021
Professor Linda Sharp
Correction to: The cost of lost productivity due to premature mortality associated with COVID-19: a Pan-European study (The European Journal of Health Economics, (2021), 10.1007/s10198-021-01351-8)2021
Dr Liya Lu
Professor Linda Sharp
Cumulative financial stress as a potential risk factor for cancer-related fatigue among prostate cancer survivors2021
Professor Linda Sharp
Deciphering the complex interplay between pancreatic cancer, diabetes mellitus subtypes and obesity/BMI through causal inference and mediation analyses2021
Andrea Masi
Dr Beate Haugk
Dr Chris Lamb
Professor Linda Sharp
Professor James Shaw
et al.
Endoscopic ultrasound (EUS) guided fine needle biopsy (FNB) formalin preserved paraffin embedded (FFPE) pancreatic tissue samples are a potential resource for microbiota analysis2021
Professor Linda Sharp
Gallbladder disease and pancreatic cancer risk: a multicentric case-control European study2021
Professor Linda Sharp
Health literacy impacts self-management, quality of life and fear of recurrence in head and neck cancer survivors2021
Dr Morven Brown
Dr Anna Haste
Professor Vera Araujo-Soares
Professor Roderick Skinner
Professor Linda Sharp
et al.
Identifying and exploring the self-management strategies used by childhood cancer survivors2021
Ben Rimmer
Professor Linda Sharp
Implementation of Self‑Management Interventions in Cancer Survivors: Why Are We Not There Yet?2021
Prof Loizos Loizou
Professor Linda Sharp
Dr Richard McNally
Increasing incidence and survival of paediatric and adolescent thyroid cancer in Cyprus 1998-2017: A population-based study from the Cyprus Pediatric Oncology Registry2021
Professor Linda Sharp
Negative emotions and cancer fatalism are independently associated with uptake of Faecal Immunochemical Test-based colorectal cancer screening: Results from a population-based study2021
Dr Fiona Menger
Ben Rimmer
Professor Linda Sharp
Post-traumatic growth after cancer: a scoping review of qualitative research2021
Professor Linda Sharp
Prevalence and concordance of oral HPV infections with cervical HPV infections in women referred to colposcopy with abnormal cytology2021
Professor Linda Sharp
Supporting self-employed cancer survivors to continue working: Experiences of social welfare counsellors and survivors2021
Professor Linda Sharp
The cost of lost productivity due to premature mortality associated with COVID-19: a Pan-European study2021
Dr Laura Neilson
Professor Linda Sharp
Dr Joanne Patterson
Professor Colin Rees
The Newcastle ENDOPREM™: A validated patient reported experience measure for gastrointestinal endoscopy2021
Dr Alex North
Dr Luke Carson
Professor Linda Sharp
David Hamilton
The unmet needs of patients with advanced incurable head and neck cancer and their carers: A systematic review and meta-ethnography of qualitative data2021
Dr Liya Lu
Professor Linda Sharp
Trends in, and predictors of, swallowing and social eating outcomes in head and neck cancer survivors: A longitudinal analysis of head and neck 50002021
Dr Sara Koo
Professor Linda Sharp
Professor Stephen Rushton
Dr Laura Neilson
Dr Stuart McPherson
et al.
Uncovering undiagnosed liver disease: Prevalence and opportunity for intervention in a population attending colonoscopy2021
Andrea Masi
Dr Sara Koo
Dr Chris Lamb
Professor Linda Sharp
Dr James Hampton
et al.
Using faecal immunochemical test (FIT) undertaken in a national screening programme for large-scale gut microbiota analysis2021
Professor Colin Rees
Professor Linda Sharp
Dr Sara Koo
A risk-stratified approach to colorectal cancer prevention and diagnosis2020
Professor Marta Ortega
Professor Linda Sharp
Advances in the methodological approach to friction period estimation: A European perspective2020
Ruth Norris
Dr Rosie Dew
Professor Linda Sharp
Dr Alastair Greystoke
Dr Sarah Rice
et al.
Are there socio-economic inequalities in utilization of predictive biomarker tests and biological and precision therapies for cancer? A systematic review and meta-analysis2020
Professor Linda Sharp
Barriers and facilitators to discussing HPV with head and neck cancer patients: A qualitative study using the theoretical domains framework2020
Professor Colin Rees
Professor Linda Sharp
Professor Matt Rutter
BowelScope: Accuracy of Detection Using Endocuff Optimisation of Mucosal Abnormalities (the B-ADENOMA Study): A multicentre, randomised controlled flexible sigmoidoscopy trial2020
Professor Matt Rutter
Professor Colin Rees
Professor Linda Sharp
British Society of Gastroenterology/Association of Coloproctology of Great Britain and Ireland/Public Health England post-polypectomy and post-colorectal cancer resection surveillance guidelines2020
Professor Linda Sharp
Communicating about HPV in the context of head and neck cancer: A systematic review of quantitative studies2020
Professor Colin Rees
Professor Matt Rutter
Professor Linda Sharp
COVID-19 as a barrier to attending for gastrointestinal endoscopy: weighing up the risks2020
Professor Linda Sharp
Gallbladder disease and pancreatic cancer risk: a multicentric case-control European study2020
Professor Linda Sharp
Long-term work retention after treatment for cancer: a systematic review and meta-analysis2020
Dr Richard McNally
Professor Allyson Pollock
Karen Blakey
Professor Linda Sharp
Dr Amy O'Donnell
et al.
Open letter to the ICO, CMOs and UK data providers: Reducing barriers to data access for research in the public interest - lessons from covid-192020
Dr Liya Lu
Professor Linda Sharp
Pain, fatigue and depression symptom cluster in survivors of prostate cancer2020
Professor Linda Sharp
Pancreatic Cancer Risk in Relation to Lifetime Smoking Patterns, Tobacco Type, and Dose-Response Relationships2020
Dr Laura Neilson
Dr Joanne Patterson
Professor Linda Sharp
Professor Colin Rees
Patient experience of gastrointestinal endoscopy: Informing the development of the Newcastle ENDOPREM2020
Dr Anna Haste
Dr Mark Lambert
Professor Linda Sharp
Dr Richard Thomson
Dr Sarah Sowden
et al.
Patient experiences of the urgent cancer referral pathway—Can the NHS do better? Semi-structured interviews with patients with upper gastrointestinal cancer2020
Dr Christina Dobson
Emeritus Professor Greg Rubin
Professor Linda Sharp
Reconceptualising rural cancer inequalities: Time for a new research agenda2020
Dr Fiona Menger
Dr Joanne Patterson
James O'Hara
Professor Linda Sharp
Research priorities on post-traumatic growth: Where next for the benefit of cancer survivors?2020
Dr Morven Brown
Professor Linda Sharp
Professor Falko Sniehotta
Professor Roderick Skinner
Professor Vera Araujo-Soares
et al.
The development of health behaviour change interventions for childhood cancer survivors: The need for a behavioural science approach2020
Dr Jamie Catlow
Professor Linda Sharp
Dr Liya Lu
Selina McCarthy
Professor Falko Sniehotta
et al.
The National Endoscopy Database (NED) Automated Performance Reports to Improve Quality Outcomes Trial (APRIQOT) randomised control trial design2020
Professor Linda Sharp
The psychosocial determinants of quality of life in breast cancer survivors: A scoping review2020
Professor Linda Sharp
The role of healthcare professionals in HPV communication with head and neck cancer patients: A narrative synthesis of qualitative studies2020
Dr Morven Brown
Professor Vera Araujo-Soares
Professor Roderick Skinner
Dr Kyle Montague
Professor Linda Sharp
et al.
Using qualitative and co-design methods to inform the development of an intervention to support and improve physical activity in childhood cancer survivors: a study protocol for BEing Active after ChildhOod caNcer (BEACON)2020
Ben Rimmer
Dr Lizzie Dutton
Janet Lewis
Professor Vera Araujo-Soares
Dr Tracy Finch
et al.
Ways Ahead: Developing a supported self-management programme for people living with low- and intermediate-grade gliomas. A protocol for a multi-method study2020
Professor Linda Sharp
Work Experiences During and After Treatment Among Self-Employed People with Cancer2020
Dr Anna Haste
Professor Linda Sharp
Barriers to and Facilitators of Implementing Programs for Return to Work (RTW) of Cancer Survivors in Four European Countries: A Qualitative Study2019
Dr Liya Lu
Professor Linda Sharp
Cancer-related financial hardship among head and neck cancer survivors: Risk factors and associations with health-related quality of life2019
Professor Linda Sharp
Educational attainment of childhood cancer survivors: A systematic review2019
Professor Linda Sharp
Integrating self-management into daily life following primary treatment: head and neck cancer survivors’ perspectives2019
Professor Linda Sharp
Investigating the impact of self-management behaviours on quality of life and fear of recurrence in head and neck cancer survivors: A population-based survey2019
Professor Linda Sharp
Pancreatic cancer and autoimmune diseases: An association sustained by computational and epidemiological case–control approaches2019
Professor Linda Sharp
Problems sleeping with prostate cancer: exploring possible risk factors for sleep disturbance in a population-based sample of survivors2019
Professor Linda Sharp
Quality of life among symptomatic compared to PSA-detected prostate cancer survivors-results from a UK wide patient-reported outcomes study2019
Professor Linda Sharp
Quality of life in men living with advanced and localised prostate cancer in the UK: a population-based study2019
Professor Linda Sharp
Regional Variations in Quality of Survival Among Men with Prostate Cancer Across the United Kingdom2019
Professor Linda Sharp
Variation in the methodological approach to productivity cost valuation: the case of prostate cancer2019
Professor Linda Sharp
Work-Related Outcomes in Self-Employed Cancer Survivors: A European Multi-country Study2019
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Lynne Forrest
Dr Jean Adams
Professor Martin White
Professor Linda Sharp
et al.
Age-related inequalities in colon cancer treatment persist over time: A population-based analysis2018
Professor Linda Sharp
Barriers to active self-management following treatment for head and neck cancer: Survivors' perspectives2018
Professor Linda Sharp
Clinical performance of the Cobas 4800 HPV test and the Aptima HPV assay in the management of women referred to colposcopy with minor cytological abnormalities2018
Dr Sarah Sowden
Dr Anna Haste
Dr Richard Thomson
Professor Linda Sharp
Co-design to deliver service improvement – what does this mean and can we do it? A qualitative study with cancer patients and NHS professionals2018
Professor Linda Sharp
Colorectal cancer survivors: An investigation of symptom burden and influencing factors2018
Dr Sarah Sowden
Dr Anna Haste
Professor Linda Sharp
Dr Richard Thomson
Embedding patient voice in cancer service improvement: A qualitative study of patients’ experience of the NHS cancer diagnostic care pathway2018
Professor Linda Sharp
Expecting the worst? The relationship between retrospective and prospective appraisals of illness on quality of life in prostate cancer survivors2018
Professor Linda Sharp
Factors associated with current and severe physical side-effects after prostate cancer treatment: What men report2018
Professor Linda Sharp
Financial hardship associated with colorectal cancer survivorship: The role of asset depletion and debt accumulation2018
Professor Linda Sharp
Financial Impact of Colorectal Cancer and Its Consequences: Associations between Cancer-Related Financial Stress and Strain and Health-Related Quality of Life2018
Professor Linda Sharp
Incongruence in treatment decision making is associated with lower health-related quality of life among prostate cancer survivors: results from the PiCTure study2018
Professor Linda Sharp
Informal caregiving in head and neck cancer: caregiving activities and psychological well-being2018
Professor Linda Sharp
Dr Joanne Patterson
Posttraumatic growth in head and neck cancer survivors: is it possible and what are the correlates?2018
Professor Linda Sharp
Productivity losses due to premature mortality from cancer in Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa (BRICS): A population-based comparison2018
Professor Linda Sharp
Prognostic factors for return to work and work disability among colorectal cancer survivors; A systematic review2018
Professor Linda Sharp
Regret and fear in prostate cancer: The relationship between treatment appraisals and fear of recurrence in prostate cancer survivors2018
Professor Linda Sharp
Screening status, tumour subtype, and breast cancer survival: a national population-based analysis2018
Professor Linda Sharp
Socio-economic variations in anticipated adverse reactions to testing HPV positive: Implications for the introduction of primary HPV-based cervical screening2018
Professor Linda Sharp
The psychological impact of prostate biopsy: Prevalence and predictors of procedure-related distress2018
Professor Linda Sharp
Understanding burden in caregivers of colorectal cancer survivors: what role do patient and caregiver factors play?2018
Dr Liya Lu
Jennifer Deane
Professor Linda Sharp
Understanding survivors' needs and outcomes: the role of routinely collected data2018
Professor Linda Sharp
Urinary, bowel and sexual health in older men from Northern Ireland2018
Dr Stephan Dombrowski
Dr Jill Francis
Professor Linda Sharp
Which primary care practitioners have poor human papillomavirus (HPV) knowledge? A step towards informing the development of professional education initiatives2018
Professor Linda Sharp
Association between smoking at diagnosis and cause-specific survival in patients with rectal cancer: Results from a population-based analysis of 10,794 cases2017
Professor Linda Sharp
Associations between neighbourhood support and financial burden with unmet needs of head and neck cancer survivors2017
Professor Linda Sharp
Can demographic, clinical and treatment-related factors available at hormonal therapy initiation predict non-persistence in women with stage I–III breast cancer?2017
Professor Linda Sharp
Cancer and its impact on work among the self-employed: A need to bridge the knowledge gap2017
Professor Linda Sharp
Cancer and productivity in the Irish economy: an employer's perspective2017
Professor Linda Sharp
Commonly used medications and endometrial cancer survival: A population-based cohort study2017
Professor Linda Sharp
Counting the cost of cancer: out-of-pocket payments made by colorectal cancer survivors2017
Dr Stephan Dombrowski
Professor Linda Sharp
Developing and validating a theoretical measure of modifiable influences on hormonal therapy medication taking behaviour in women with breast cancer2017
Professor Linda Sharp
Do men regret prostate biopsy: Results from the PiCTure study2017
Professor Linda Sharp
Health-related quality of life as measured by the EQ-5D in the prevention, screening and management of cervical disease: A systematic review2017
Dr Sarah Sowden
Professor Linda Sharp
Professor Martin White
Identifying inequitable healthcare in older people: Systematic review of current research practice2017
Professor Linda Sharp
In a bad place: Carers of patients with head and neck cancer experiences of travelling for cancer treatment2017
Professor Linda Sharp
Making Implicit Assumptions Explicit in the Costing of Informal Care: The Case of Head and Neck Cancer in Ireland2017
Professor Linda Sharp
Physical after-effects in men undergoing prostate biopsy in routine clinical practice: Results from the PiCTure study2017
Professor Linda Sharp
Physical after-effects of colposcopy and related procedures, and their inter-relationship with psychological distress: A longitudinal survey2017
Professor Linda Sharp
Psychological variables associated with quality of life following primary treatment for head and neck cancer: a systematic review of the literature from 2004 to 20152017
Professor Linda Sharp
Psychosocial morbidity in women with abnormal cervical cytology managed by cytological surveillance or initial colposcopy: longitudinal analysis from the TOMBOLA randomised trial2017
Professor Linda Sharp
Reduced risk of pancreatic cancer associated with asthma and nasal allergies2017
Professor Linda Sharp
Self-management strategies used by head and neck cancer survivors following completion of primary treatment: A directed content analysis2017
Professor Linda Sharp
Smoking at diagnosis significantly decreases 5-year cancer-specific survival in a population-based cohort of 18 166 colon cancer patients2017
Professor Linda Sharp
Social networks, social support and social negativity: A qualitative study of head and neck cancer caregivers' experiences2017
Professor Linda Sharp
Socioeconomic disadvantage but not remoteness affects short-term survival in prostate cancer: A population-based study using competing risks2017
Professor Linda Sharp
Supportive medications and interventions received by prostate cancer survivors: results from the PiCTure study2017
Professor Linda Sharp
Urban-rural differences in cancer-directed surgery and survival of patients with non-small cell lung cancer2017
Dr Stephan Dombrowski
Professor Linda Sharp
Urban-rural variations in quality-of-life in breast cancer survivors prescribed endocrine therapy2017
Professor Linda Sharp
Worry in Head and Neck Cancer Caregivers: The Role of Survivor Factors, Care-Related Stressors, and Loneliness in Predicting Fear of Recurrence2017
Professor Linda Sharp
De novo post-diagnosis statin use, breast cancer-specific and overall mortality in women with stage I-III breast cancer2016
Professor Linda Sharp
Adverse psychological outcomes following colposcopy and related procedures: a systematic review2016
Professor Linda Sharp
Affluence and Private Health Insurance Influence Treatment and Survival in Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma2016
Professor Linda Sharp
Application of Triage Markers for Management of HPV Positive Women Presenting at Colposcopy with Minor Cytological Abnormalities2016
Professor Linda Sharp
Application of Triage Markers for Management of HPV Positive Women Presenting at Colposcopy with Minor Cytological Abnormalities2016
Professor Linda Sharp
Barriers and facilitators to self-management following head and neck cancer treatment: survivors' perspectives2016
Professor Linda Sharp
Burden and happiness in head and neck cancer carers: the role of supportive care needs2016
Professor Linda Sharp
Cancer survivors’ perspectives on adjustment-focused self-management interventions: a qualitative meta-synthesis2016
Professor Linda Sharp
Cancer Treatment and Sex: are Boys and Girls Treated the Same?2016
Professor Linda Sharp
Cancer-related symptoms predict psychological wellbeing among prostate cancer survivors: results from the PiCTure study2016
Professor Linda Sharp
Causes and outcomes of emergency presentation of rectal cancer2016
Professor Linda Sharp
Comparing the costs of three prostate cancer follow-up strategies: a cost minimisation analysis2016
Professor Linda Sharp
De-Novo Post-Diagnosis Statin Use And Mortality In Women With Stage I-III Breast Cancer2016
Dr Stephan Dombrowski
Professor Linda Sharp
Developing and validating a theoretical measure of modifiable influences on hormonal therapy medication taking behaviour2016
Professor Linda Sharp
Developing and Validating a Theoretical Measure of Modifiable Influences on Hormonal Therapy Medication Taking Behaviour2016
Professor Linda Sharp
Distress in long-term head and neck cancer carers: a qualitative study of carers' perspectives2016
Professor Linda Sharp
Educational Outcomes of Childhood Cancer Survivors: A Systematic Review2016
Professor Linda Sharp
Effect of investigation intensity and treatment differences on prostate cancer survivor's physical symptoms, psychological well-being and health-related quality of life: a two country cross-sectional study2016
Professor Linda Sharp
Exploring women’s sensory experiences of undergoing colposcopy and related procedures: implications for preparatory sensory information provision2016
Professor Linda Sharp
Generalisability of pharmacoepidemiological studies using restricted prescription data2016
Professor Linda Sharp
HR+/Her2-breast cancer in pre-menopausal women: The impact of younger age on clinical characteristics at diagnosis, disease management and survival2016
Professor Linda Sharp
Impact of gender on decisions to participate in faecal immunochemical test-based colorectal cancer screening: a qualitative study2016
Professor Linda Sharp
Impact of post-colposcopy management on women's long-term worries: results from the UK population-based TOMBOLA trial2016
Professor Linda Sharp
Investigating the role of self-management strategies as predictors of health-related quality of life (HRQL) in head and neck cancer (HNC) survivors2016
Professor Linda Sharp
Mechanisms and mediation in survival analysis: towards an integrated analytical framework2016
Professor Linda Sharp
Mode of prostate cancer detection is associated with the psychological wellbeing of survivors: results from the PiCTure study2016
Professor Linda Sharp
Oral cancer incidence and survival rates in the Republic of Ireland, 1994-20092016
Professor Linda Sharp
Physical after-effects of colposcopy and their interrelationships with psychological distress: a longitudinal study2016
Professor Linda Sharp
Pre-diagnosis employment status and financial circumstances predict cancer-related financial stress and strain among breast and prostate cancer survivors2016
Professor Linda Sharp
Projecting productivity losses for cancer-related mortality 2011-20302016
Professor Linda Sharp
Propranolol and survival from breast cancer: a pooled analysis of European breast cancer cohorts2016
Professor Linda Sharp
Propranolol Use and Survival from Breast Cancer: A Pooled Analysis of 133,251 Breast Cancer Patients from the European Cancer Pharmacoepidemiology Network2016
Professor Linda Sharp
Self-management interventions for head and neck cancer survivors: A qualitative study of patients' and health professionals' perspectives2016
Professor Linda Sharp
The financial impact of head and neck cancer caregiving: a qualitative study2016
Professor Linda Sharp
The role of area-level deprivation and gender in participation in population-based faecal immunochemical test (FIT) colorectal cancer screening2016
Professor Linda Sharp
The unmet supportive care needs of long-term head and neck cancer caregivers in the extended survivorship period2016
Professor Linda Sharp
Tracheostomy and infection prolong length of stay in hospital after surgery for head and neck cancer: a population based study2016
Professor Linda Sharp
Trends in, and predictors of, anxiety and specific worries following colposcopy: a 12-month longitudinal study2016
Professor Linda Sharp
Triage of LSIL/ASC-US with p16/Ki-67 dual staining and human papillomavirus testing: a 2-year prospective study2016
Professor Linda Sharp
Valuing productivity costs in a changing macroeconomic environment: the estimation of colorectal cancer productivity costs using the friction cost approach2016
Professor Linda Sharp
What can we do to increase cervical cancer screening uptake among older women? Understanding the views of older women2016
Professor Linda Sharp
What factors are associated with posttraumatic growth in head and neck cancer carers?2016
Professor Linda Sharp
De-novo post-diagnosis aspirin use and mortality in women with stage I-III breast cancer2015
Professor Linda Sharp
A normal colposcopy examination fails to provide psychological reassurance for women who have had low-grade abnormal cervical cytology2015
Professor Linda Sharp
Associations between pre- and post-diagnostic use of beta-blockers and ovarian cancer survival2015
Professor Linda Sharp
Beware of Kinked Frontiers: A Systematic Review of the Choice of Comparator Strategies in Cost-Effectiveness Analyses of Human Papillomavirus Testing in Cervical Screening2015
Professor Linda Sharp
Dr Patricia Kearney
Comparison of uptake of colorectal cancer screening based on faecial immunochemical testing (FIT) in males and females: A systematic review and meta-analysis.2015
Professor Linda Sharp
Convergence of male and female incidence rates in major tobacco-related cancers in Europe in 1988-20102015
Professor Linda Sharp
Direct cost of radiotherapy for rectal cancer: a microcosting study.2015
Professor Linda Sharp
Distance from treating hospital and colorectal cancer survivors' quality of life: A gendered analysis.2015
Professor Linda Sharp
Establishing a population-based patient reported outcomes study (PROMs) using national cancer registries across two jurisdictions: the Prostate Cancer Treatment, your experience (PiCTure) Study.2015
Professor Linda Sharp
Evaluation of Triage Strategies for Management of HPV DNA Positive Women Presenting at Colposcopy2015
Professor Linda Sharp
Health professional's views about the acceptability and implementation of alternative models of prostate cancer follow-up2015
Professor Linda Sharp
How to routinely collect data on patient-reported outcome and experience measures in renal registries in Europe: an expert consensus meeting2015
Professor Linda Sharp
Inequalities in Childhood Cancer Survivorship2015
Professor Linda Sharp
Influences on human papillomavirus (HPV)-related information needs among women having HPV tests for follow-up of abnormal cervical cytology2015
Professor Linda Sharp
Interval cancer rates in the Irish national breast screening programme2015
Professor Linda Sharp
Long term workforce participation patterns following head and neck cancer.2015
Professor Linda Sharp
Long-term health-related quality of life of prostate cancer survivors varies by primary treatment. Results for the PiCTure (Prostate Cancer Treatment, your experience) study2015
Professor Linda Sharp
Long-term worries after colposcopy: which women are at increased risk?2015
Professor Linda Sharp
Lottery ticket more effective than a prize draw in increasing questionnaire response among cancer survivors2015
Professor Linda Sharp
Management of women low grade-cytology: How reassuring is a normal colposcopy examination?2015
Professor Linda Sharp
Measuring the societal burden of cancer: the cost of lost productivity due to premature cancer-related mortality in Europe.2015
Professor Linda Sharp
Men's experience of a prostate biopsy is associated with health-related quality of life2015
Professor Linda Sharp
Overweight and obesity on the island of Ireland: An estimation of costs.2015
Professor Linda Sharp
Patient-reported 'ever had' and 'current' long-term physical symptoms after prostate cancer treatments2015
Professor Linda Sharp
Physical side-effects in men undergoing prostate biopsy: an all-Ireland study2015
Professor Linda Sharp
Prevalence and predictors of procedure-related distress in men undergoing prostate biopsy2015
Professor Linda Sharp
Productivity Losses Associated with Head and Neck Cancer Using the Human Capital and Friction Cost Approaches2015
Professor Linda Sharp
Prostate cancer: prostate cancer patient reported outcomes - does more investigation and treatment result in better health?2015
Professor Linda Sharp
Psychometric evaluation of the EORTC QLQ-PR25 questionnaire in assessing health-related quality of life in prostate cancer survivors: a curate's egg2015
Professor Linda Sharp
Understanding Women's Different Experiences of Distress after Colposcopy: A Qualitative Interview Study2015
Professor Linda Sharp
Which women with breast cancer do, and do not, undergo receptor status testing? A population -based study2015
Dr Stephan Dombrowski
Professor Linda Sharp
Women's experiences of hormonal therapy for breast cancer: exploring influences on medication-taking behaviour2015
Professor Linda Sharp
"I don't care whether it's HPV or ABC, I just want to know if I have cancer" Factors influencing women's emotional responses to undergoing human papillomavirus testing in routine management in cervical screening: a qualitative study2014
Professor Linda Sharp
"If you can't treat HPV, why test for it?" Women's attitudes to the changing face of cervical cancer prevention: a focus group study2014
Professor Linda Sharp
A cohort study of digoxin exposure and mortality in men with prostate cancer2014
Professor Linda Sharp
'Bird in the Hand' Cash was more effective than prize draws in increasing physician questionnaire response rate.2014
Professor Linda Sharp
Completeness of case ascertainment at the Irish National Cancer Registry2014
Professor Linda Sharp
Factors driving inequality in prostate cancer survival: A population based study.2014
Professor Linda Sharp
Increasing late stage colorectal cancer and rectal cancer mortality demonstrates the need for screening: a population based study in Ireland, 1994-20102014
Professor Linda Sharp
Increasing skin cancer incidence in young, affluent, urban populations: a challenge for prevention.2014
Professor Linda Sharp
Measuring the psychosocial burden in women with low-grade abnormal cervical cytology in the TOMBOLA trial: psychometric properties of the Process and Outcome Specific Measure (POSM)2014
Professor Linda Sharp
Metformin exposure and disseminated disease in patients with colorectal cancer.2014
Professor Linda Sharp
Motivators for women to attend cervical screening: the influential role of general practitioners.2014
Professor Linda Sharp
Postcolposcopy Management of Women With Histologically Proven CIN 1: Results From TOMBOLA2014
Professor Linda Sharp
Prostate specific antigen testing is associated with men’s psychological and physical health and their healthcare utilisation in a nationally representative sample: a cross-sectional study2014
Professor Linda Sharp
Quality of life in urban and rural settings: A study of head and neck cancer survivors.2014
Professor Linda Sharp
Recent prediagnostic aspirin use, lymph node involvement and 5-year mortality in women with stage I-III breast cancer: a nationwide population-based cohort study.2014
Professor Linda Sharp
Risk of several cancers is higher in urban areas after adjusting for socio-economic status. Results from a two-country population-based study of 18 common cancers.2014
Professor Linda Sharp
Smoking at diagnosis is an independent prognostic factor for cancer-specific survival in head and neck cancer: findings from a large, population-based study.2014
Professor Linda Sharp
The costs of lost productivity due to premature cancer-related mortality: an economic measure of the cancer burden.2014
Professor Linda Sharp
The costs of premature cancer-related mortality: a review and assessment of the evidence.2014
Professor Linda Sharp
The direct and indirect costs of both overweight and obesity: a systematic review2014
Professor Linda Sharp
The magnitude and characteristics of the population of cancer survivors: using population-based estimates of cancer prevalence to inform service planning for survivorship care.2014
Professor Linda Sharp
The number of tPSA test continues to rise and variation in testing practices persists: A survey of laboratory services in Ireland 2008-2010,2014
Professor Linda Sharp
The unintended consequences of cervical screening: distress in women undergoing cytological surveillance2014