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Therapy Escalation Following an Elevated HbA1c in Adults Aged 45 Years and Older Living With Diabetes in Australia: A Real-world Observational Analysis.

Ying Xie, Jannah Baker, Tamara Young, Min Jun, Louisa Sukkar, Anna Campain, Amy Kang, Alan Cass, Ji Hu, David Peiris, Carol Pollock, Germaine Wong, Sophia Zoungas, Kris Rogers, Meg Jardine, Carinna Hockham, ,

Diabetes Care (Diabetes care)
[2020, :]

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Health-Related Quality of Life and Experiences of Sarcoma Patients during the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Eugenie Younger, Alannah Smrke, Emma Lidington, Sheima Farag, Katrina Ingley, Neha Chopra, Alessandra Maleddu, Yolanda Augustin, Eve Merry, Roger Wilson, Charlotte Benson, Aisha Miah, Shane Zaidi, Anne McTiernan, Sandra J Strauss, Palma Dileo, Spyridon Gennatas, Olga Husson, Robin L Jones,

Sarcomas are rare cancers with a spectrum of clinical needs and outcomes. We investigated care experiences and health-related quality of life (HRQoL) in sarcoma patients during the COVID-19 pandemic. Patients with appointments during the first two months of the UK lockdown were invited to complete a survey. Questions included views ... Read more >>

Cancers (Basel) (Cancers)
[2020, 12(8):]

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Telemedicine During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Impact on Care for Rare Cancers.

Alannah Smrke, Eugenie Younger, Roger Wilson, Olga Husson, Sheima Farag, Eve Merry, Aislinn Macklin-Doherty, Elena Cojocaru, Amani Arthur, Charlotte Benson, Aisha B Miah, Shane Zaidi, Spyridon Gennatas, Robin L Jones,

PURPOSE:Many patients with cancer, often those with rare cancers such as sarcomas, travel long distances to access expert care. The COVID-19 pandemic necessitated widespread changes in delivery of cancer care, including rapid adoption of telemedicine-based care. We aimed to evaluate the impact of telemedicine on patients, clinicians, and care delivery ... Read more >>

JCO Glob Oncol (JCO global oncology)
[2020, 6:1046-1051]

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Current state of quality of life and patient-reported outcomes research.

Andrew Bottomley, Jaap C Reijneveld, Michael Koller, Henning Flechtner, Krzysztof A Tomaszewski, Eva Greimel, ,

The 5th EORTC Quality of Life in Cancer Clinical Trials Conference presented the current state of quality of life and other patient-reported outcomes (PROs) research from the perspectives of researchers, regulators, industry representatives, patients and patient advocates and health care professionals. A major theme was the assessment of the burden of cancer ... Read more >>

Eur. J. Cancer (European journal of cancer (Oxford, England : 1990))
[2019, 121:55-63]

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The challenge of sarcomas: the patient advocacy group perspective.

Roger Wilson,

Background:The patient advocacy agenda covers every aspect of cancer treatment and care. This inevitably means that this review covers almost everything that patient advocates are involved with, whether locally, nationally or across national borders. Over more than 15 years of working as an advocate I have been involved in representation and/or ... Read more >>

Clin Sarcoma Res (Clinical sarcoma research)
[2019, 9:11]

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Who Gets a Laboratory Test in Hospital, Why, and How Often? A Retrospective Observational Study of 4 Australian Hospitals.

Andrew Georgiou, Gorkem Sezgin, Ling Li, Roger Wilson, Euan J McCaughey, Robert Lindeman, Elia Vecellio, Johanna I Westbrook,

BACKGROUND:Laboratory providers are challenged with the need to deliver improvements in the efficiency and effectiveness of laboratory services. Initiatives have been set to reduce the inappropriate use of tests; however, empirical evidence about the rate and frequency of laboratory tests in hospitals has not been widely available. This study used ... Read more >>

J Appl Lab Med (The journal of applied laboratory medicine)
[2019, 4(3):343-354]

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Identification of Abundant and Evolutionarily Conserved Opioid Receptor Circular RNAs in the Nervous System Modulated by Morphine.

Takeshi Irie, Rebecca Shum, Ioanna Deni, Amanda Hunkele, Valerie Le Rouzic, Jin Xu, Roger Wilson, Gregory W Fischer, Gavril W Pasternak, Ying-Xian Pan,

Circular RNAs (circRNAs) are a distinct category of single-stranded, covalently closed RNAs formed by backsplicing. The functions of circRNAs are incompletely known and are under active investigation. Here, we report that in addition to traditional linear mRNAs (linRNA), mouse, rat, and human opioid receptor genes generate exonic circRNA isoforms. Using ... Read more >>

Mol. Pharmacol. (Molecular pharmacology)
[2019, 96(2):247-258]

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Laboratory Test Utilization and Repeat Testing for Inpatients of Age 80 and Over in Australia: A Retrospective Observational Study.

Gorkem Sezgin, Ling Li, Roger Wilson, Johanna I Westbrook, Robert Lindeman, Elia Vecellio, Andrew Georgiou,

INTRODUCTION:Repeat laboratory testing is often necessary in hospitals. However, frequent blood draws can be harmful to older patients. The objective of this study was to identify the most frequently ordered laboratory tests and repeat testing rates for these tests among older inpatients. METHODS:A retrospective observational study of inpatients of age ... Read more >>

J Appl Lab Med (The journal of applied laboratory medicine)
[2019, 4(2):143-151]

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Age-related sarcoma patient experience: results from a national survey in England.

Eugenie Younger, Olga Husson, Lindsey Bennister, Jeremy Whelan, Roger Wilson, Andy Roast, Robin L Jones, Winette Ta van der Graaf,

BACKGROUND:Sarcomas are rare, heterogeneous tumours affecting patients of any age. Previous surveys describe that sarcoma patients report a significantly worse experience than those with common cancers. Consequently, Sarcoma UK conducted a national survey and these data were examined for age- and tumour-related differences in patients' experiences. METHODS:Patients were randomly selected ... Read more >>

BMC Cancer (BMC cancer)
[2018, 18(1):991]

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Working to improve the management of sarcoma patients across Europe: a policy checklist.

Bernd Kasper, Estelle Lecointe-Artzner, Suzanne Wait, Shannon Boldon, Roger Wilson, Alessandro Gronchi, Claudia Valverde, Mikael Eriksson, Sarah Dumont, Nora Drove, Athanasia Kanli, Markus Wartenberg,

BACKGROUND:The Sarcoma Policy Checklist was created by a multidisciplinary expert group to provide policymakers with priority areas to improve care for sarcoma patients. MAIN BODY:This paper draws on this research, by looking more closely at how France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom are addressing each of these ... Read more >>

BMC Cancer (BMC cancer)
[2018, 18(1):424]

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Health-Related Quality of Life in Patients With Sarcoma: Enhancing Personalized Medicine.

Eugenie Younger, Roger Wilson, Winette T A van der Graaf, Olga Husson,

J. Clin. Oncol. (Journal of clinical oncology : official journal of the American Society of Clinical Oncology)
[2018, 36(16):1642-1643]

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Cancer as the "perfect storm"? A qualitative study of public attitudes to health conditions.

Liz Morrell, Suzanne Sayuri Ii, Sarah Wordsworth, Roger Wilson, Sian Rees, Richard Barker,

Aims:Our aim is to identify important attributes of major diseases that shape how they are perceived by the public. Methods and Results:Four focus groups among members of the public were recruited, in March and October 2016, and used semistructured discussion to explore important attributes of cancer, heart disease, stroke, dementia, ... Read more >>

Health Sci Rep (Health science reports)
[2018, 1(1):e16]

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Using PROMs in Healthcare: Who Should Be in the Driving Seat-Policy Makers, Health Professionals, Methodologists or Patients?

Kirstie L Haywood, Roger Wilson, Sophie Staniszewska, Sam Salek,

Patient (The patient)
[2016, 9(6):495-498]

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Identification of Nanopillars on the Cuticle of the Aquatic Larvae of the Drone Fly (Diptera: Syrphidae).

Matthew J Hayes, Timothy P Levine, Roger H Wilson,

Here, we describe a nano-scale surface structure on the rat-tailed maggot, the aquatic larva of the Drone fly Eristalis tenax(L.). Larvae of this syrphid hover fly live in stagnant, anaerobic water-courses that are rich in organic matter. The larvae burrow into fetid slurry and feed on microorganisms which they filter ... Read more >>

J. Insect Sci. (Journal of insect science (Online))
[2016, 16:]

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The European Cancer Patient's Bill of Rights, update and implementation 2016.

Liselotte Højgaard, Bob Löwenberg, Peter Selby, Mark Lawler, Ian Banks, Kate Law, Tit Albreht, Jean-Pierre Armand, Mariano Barbacid, Michèle Barzach, Jonas Bergh, David Cameron, Pierfranco Conte, Filippo de Braud, Aimery de Gramont, Francesco De Lorenzo, Volker Diehl, Sarper Diler, Sema Erdem, Jan Geissler, Jola Gore-Booth, Geoffrey Henning, Denis Horgan, Jacek Jassem, Peter Johnson, Stein Kaasa, Peter Kapitein, Sakari Karjalainen, Joan Kelly, Anita Kienesberger, Carlo La Vecchia, Denis Lacombe, Tomas Lindahl, Lucio Luzzatto, Rebecca Malby, Ken Mastris, Françoise Meunier, Martin Murphy, Peter Naredi, Paul Nurse, Kathy Oliver, Jonathan Pearce, Jana Pelouchov, Martine Piccart, Bob Pinedo, Gilly Spurrier-Bernard, Richard Sullivan, Josep Tabernero, Cornelis Van de Velde, Bert van Herk, Peter Vedsted, Anita Waldmann, David Weller, Nils Wilking, Roger Wilson, Wendy Yared, Christoph Zielinski, Harald Zur Hausen, Thierry Le Chevalier, Patrick Johnston,

In this implementation phase of the European Cancer Patient's Bill of Rights (BoR), we confirm the following three patient-centred principles that underpin this initiative:The right of every European citizen to receive the most accurate information and to be proactively involved in his/her care.The right of every European citizen to optimal ... Read more >>

ESMO Open (ESMO open)
[2016, 1(6):e000127]

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Preparing for Ebolavirus disease: specimen collection, packaging and transport.

Sheena Adamson, Roger Wilson, Greg James,

Ebolavirus is classified by Standards Australia as a Risk Group 4 pathogen for handling in laboratories. Specimens known or reasonably expected to contain Ebolavirus are classified by the United Nations as Dangerous Goods Infectious Substances Category A, UN 2814, which if transported by air must comply with International Air Transport ... Read more >>

Pathology (Pathology)
[2015, 47(5):403-404]

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Research on youth rugby injuries in Northern Ireland.

Pooler Archbold, Roger Wilson, Richard Nicholas, Niall Eames, Alan Rankin, Chris Bleakley, Michael Webb,

BMJ (BMJ (Clinical research ed.))
[2015, 350:h435]

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The effect of laboratory testing on emergency department length of stay: a multihospital longitudinal study applying a cross-classified random-effect modeling approach.

Ling Li, Andrew Georgiou, Elia Vecellio, Alex Eigenstetter, George Toouli, Roger Wilson, Johanna I Westbrook,

OBJECTIVES:The objective was to examine the relationship between laboratory testing (including test volume and turnaround time [TAT]) and emergency department (ED) length of stay (LOS), using linked patient-level data from four hospitals across 4 years. METHODS:This was a retrospective, multisite cohort study of patients presenting to any one of four ... Read more >>

Acad Emerg Med (Academic emergency medicine : official journal of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine)
[2015, 22(1):38-46]

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Monitoring health IT integration--the effect of an EMR on laboratory service timeliness across six Australian hospitals.

Andrew Georgiou, Elia Vecellio, Ling Li, Alex Eigenstetter, Roger Wilson, George Toouli, Johanna I Westbrook,

The Electronic Medical Record (EMR) incorporates computerised provider order entry systems which allow clinicians to order diagnostic tests electronically, thus eliminating the need for cumbersome handwritten orders. In many situations the EMR relies on a manual transition of information across systems (e.g., integration with the Laboratory Information System). This study, ... Read more >>

Stud Health Technol Inform (Studies in health technology and informatics)
[2014, 205:955-959]

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A catalyst for change: the European cancer Patient's Bill of Rights.

Mark Lawler, Thierry Le Chevalier, Martin J Murphy, Ian Banks, Pierfranco Conte, Francesco De Lorenzo, Françoise Meunier, H M Pinedo, Peter Selby, Jean-Pierre Armand, Mariano Barbacid, Michèle Barzach, Jonas Bergh, Gerlind Bode, David A Cameron, Filippo de Braud, Aimery de Gramont, Volker Diehl, Sarper Diler, Sema Erdem, John M Fitzpatrick, Jan Geissler, Donal Hollywood, Liselotte Højgaard, Denis Horgan, Jacek Jassem, Peter W Johnson, Peter Kapitein, Joan Kelly, Sandra Kloezen, Carlo La Vecchia, Bob Löwenberg, Kathy Oliver, Richard Sullivan, Josep Tabernero, Cornelis J Van de Velde, Nils Wilking, Roger Wilson, Christoph Zielinski, Harald Zur Hausen, Patrick G Johnston,

Oncologist (The oncologist)
[2014, 19(3):217-224]

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What is the effect of electronic pathology ordering on test re-ordering patterns for paediatric patients?

Ling Li, Andrew Georgiou, Elia Vecellio, Alex Eigenstetter, George Toouli, Roger Wilson, Johanna I Westbrook,

Electronic ordering systems have the potential to enhance the efficient utilisation of pathology services. The aim of this study was to assess the effect of electronic pathology ordering on repeat test ordering for paediatric patients (ages 0 to 18 years) who were in intensive care units (ICUs) and non-ICU wards. ... Read more >>

Stud Health Technol Inform (Studies in health technology and informatics)
[2014, 204:74-79]

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Intraperitoneal bladder rupture.

Hong Kuan Kok, Roger Wilson, William C Torreggiani,

Br J Hosp Med (Lond) (British journal of hospital medicine (London, England : 2005))
[2013, 74(8):473]

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Impact from point-of-care devices on emergency department patient processing times compared with central laboratory testing of blood samples: a randomised controlled trial and cost-effectiveness analysis.

Stephen Edward Asha, Adam Chiu Fat Chan, Elizabeth Walter, Patrick J Kelly, Rachael L Morton, Allan Ajami, Roger Denis Wilson, Daniel Honneyman,

OBJECTIVE: To determine if time to disposition decisions for emergency department (ED) patients can be reduced when blood tests are processed using point-of-care (POC) devices and to conduct a cost-effectiveness analysis of POC compared with laboratory testing. METHODS: This randomised trial enrolled adults suspected of an acute coronary syndrome or ... Read more >>

Emerg Med J (Emergency medicine journal : EMJ)
[2014, 31(9):714-719]

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Monitoring the impact of the electronic medical record on the quality of laboratory test ordering practices.

Andrew Georgiou, Elia Vecellio, George Toouli, Alex Eigenstetter, Ling Li, Roger Wilson, Johanna I Westbrook,

The aim of this study was to examine the impact of the Electronic Medical Record (EMR) on the quality of laboratory test orders made by clinicians. The study assessed the type and frequency of pre-analytical laboratory test order errors that were associated with the EMR across three hospitals and one ... Read more >>

Stud Health Technol Inform (Studies in health technology and informatics)
[2013, 188:33-38]

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The effect of electronic pathology ordering in emergency departments on one aspect of test turn around time: a failure time analysis.

Ling Li, Andrew Georgiou, Elia Vecellio, George Toouli, Alex Eigenstetter, Roger Wilson, Johanna I Westbrook,

Electronic ordering systems have the potential to enhance the effective and efficient utilisation of pathology services. This study examined the influence of electronic ordering of pathology tests in four emergency departments on data entry times, a contributing factor to test turnaround time using failure time analysis. Data relating to tests ... Read more >>

Stud Health Technol Inform (Studies in health technology and informatics)
[2013, 188:79-85]

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