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A multicenter international prospective study of the validity and reliability of a COVID-19-specific health-related quality of life questionnaire - Cecilie Delphin Amdal, Ragnhild Sørum Falk, Susanne Singer, Madeline Pe, Claire Piccinin, Andrew Bottomley, Lambert Tetteh Appiah, Juan Ignacio Arraras, Oliver Bayer, Eirik Alnes Buanes, Anne Sophie Darlington, Gracia Dekanic Arbanas, Kristin Hofsø, Bernard Holzner, Pernilla Sahlstrand-johnson, Dagmara Kuliś, Ghansyam Parmar, Niveen M. E. Abu Rmeileh, Melanie Schranz, Samantha Sodergren and Kristin Bjordal
Type: Article | 2022

Health-related quality of life in patients with COVID-19; international development of a patient-reported outcome measure - Cecilie Delphin Amdal, Katherine Taylor, Dagmara Kuliś, Ragnhild Sørum Falk, Andrew Bottomley, Juan Ignacio Arraras, James Harold Barte, Anne Sophie Darlington, Kristin Hofsø, Bernard Holzner, Nina Marie Høyning Jørgensen, Melissa Paulita Mariano, Madeline Pe, Claire Piccinin, Nicola Riccetti, Melanie Schranz, Sally Wheelwright and Kristin Bjordal
Type: Article | 2022

Quality of Life of Long‐term childhood Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia survivors: Comparison with healthy controls - Sofia Chantziara, Jammbe Musoro, Alison C. Rowsell, Charlotte Sleurs, Corneel Coens, Madeline Pe, Stefan Suciu, Michal Kicinski, Pierre Missotten, Els Vandecruys, Anne Uyttebroeck, Marie‐françoise Dresse, Claire Pluchart, Alina Ferster, Claire Freycon, Jutte Van Der Werff Ten Bosch, Pierre Rohrlich, Yves Benoit, Anne‐sophie Darlington, Caroline Piette, And On Behalf Of The European Organisation For Research and Treatment Of Cancer (eortc) Quality Of Life (qlg) And Childr Group (clg
Type: Article | 2022

EORTC Quality of Life Group Item Library user guidelines - Anne-Sophie Darlington, Claire Piccinin, Dagmara Kuliś, Andrew Bottomley, Kristin Bjordal, Corneel Coens, Colin Johnson, Mogens Groenvold and Galina Velikova
Type: Book | 2022 | European Organisation for Research and Treatment of Cancer | Item availability restricted.

Psychosocial consequences of surviving cancer diagnosed and treated in childhood versus in adolescence/young adulthood: A call for clearer delineation between groups - Anne‐sophie E. Darlington, Claire E. Wakefield, Loes M. E. Erp, Winette T. A. Graaf, Richard J. Cohn and Martha A. Grootenhuis
Type: Letter | 2022

Type: Thesis | 2022 | University of Southampton

Process evaluation protocol for the SLEEP study: a hybrid digital CBT-I intervention for working people with insomnia - Anna Hurley-Wallace, Talar Moukhtarian, Krishane Patel, Carla Toro, Sean Russel, Guy Daley, Lukasz Walasek, Nicole Tang and Caroline Meyer
Type: Article | 2022

Identifying health-related quality of life cut-off scores that indicate the need for supportive care in young adults with cancer - Emma Lidington, Johannes M. Giesinger, Silvie H. M. Janssen, Suzanne Tang, Sam Beardsworth, Anne-sophie Darlington, Naureen Starling, Zoltan Szucs, Michael Gonzalez, Anand Sharma, Bhawna Sirohi, Winette T. A. Van Der Graaf and Olga Husson
Type: Article | 2022

The potential for eye donation from hospice and palliative care settings in England: a retrospective case note review of deceased patient records - Tracy Long-Sutehall, Banyana Madi-Segwagwe, Adam Hurlow, Christina Faull, Claire Rayment, Faith Jacob, Jane Wale, Jill Short, Julie Johnston, Katerina Georgiade, Mark Brown, Naomi Seaton, Sarah Mollart, Suzie Gillon and Michael Bracher
Type: Article | 2022

Preterm birth during the COVID‐19 pandemic: parental experience - LV Marino, N Collaço, MJ Johnson and AS Darlington
Type: Article | 2022

Patient-reported outcomes are under-utilised in evaluating supportive therapies in paediatric oncology – A systematic review of clinical trial registries - Maria Rothmund, Jens Lehmann, Wiebke Moser, Teresa De Rojas, Samantha C. Sodergren, Anne-Sophie Darlington and David Riedl
Type: Article | 2022

Updating our understanding of health-related quality of life issues in children with cancer: a systematic review of patient-reported outcome measures and qualitative studies - Maria Rothmund, Samantha Sodergren, Gudrun Rohde, Teresa De Rojas, Gloria Paratico, Giorgia Albini, Johanna Mur, Anne-sophie Darlington, Alessandra Majorana and David Riedl
Type: Review | 2022

Systematic review of health-related quality of life (HRQoL) issues associated with gastric cancer: capturing cross-cultural differences - Alison Rowsell, Samantha C. Sodergren, Vassilios Vassiliou, Anne-sophie Darlington, Marianne G. Guren, Bilal Alkhaffaf, Chantelle Moorbey, Kristopher Dennis and Mistumi Terada
Type: Review | 2022

Thinking globally to improve care locally: a Delphi study protocol to achieve international clinical consensus on best-practice end-of-life communication with adolescents and young adults with cancer - Ursula M. Sansom-Daly, Lori Wiener, Anne-sophie Darlington, Hanneke Poort, Abby R. Rosenberg, Meaghann S. Weaver, Fiona Schulte, Antoinette Anazodo, Celeste Phillips, Louise Sue, Anthony R. Herbert, Jennifer W. Mack, Toni Lindsay, Holly Evans and Claire E. Wakefield
Type: Article | 2022

Type: Article | 2022

Type: Article | 2022

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