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  • Scientific papers | National Cancer Registry Ireland
    research Aetiological research Research projects Research publications Research reports Scientific papers Presentations Research partners Research team Please use the menu on the right to browse publications by year cancer type or author or enter a search term in the box below Displaying 1 3 of 3 papers Click here to reset all search parameters Enter part of the paper title Contains all of these words Contains any of these words Contains none of these words Items per page 5 10 25 50 75 All Associations between cancer related financial stress and strain and psychological wellbeing among individuals living with cancer Sharp L Carsin AE Timmons A Psychooncology 2013 22 4 745 55 Factors associated with psychological distress following colposcopy among women with low grade abnormal cervical cytology a prospective study within the TOMBOLA trial Sharp L Cotton SC Carsin AE Gray N Thornton A Cruickshank M Little J on behalf of the TOMBOLA Group Psychooncology 2013 22 2 368 80 Oesophageal cancer caregiver mental health and strain Donnelly M Anderson LA Johnston BT Watson RG Murphy SJ Comber H McGuigan J Reynolds JV Murray LJ Psychooncology 2008 17 12 1196 201 Printer friendly version Cancers All invasive 1 Apply All

    Original URL path: http://www.ncri.ie/publications/research/scientific-papers/field_journal_name/psychooncology-290 (2014-07-21)
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  • Scientific papers | National Cancer Registry Ireland
    interpreting our data Cancer information Troubleshooting Scientific papers Home Research Research publications Scientific papers Support Care Cancer Scientific papers Research themes Descriptive epidemiology Health services research Aetiological research Research projects Research publications Research reports Scientific papers Presentations Research partners Research team Please use the menu on the right to browse publications by year cancer type or author or enter a search term in the box below Displaying 1 3 of 3 papers Click here to reset all search parameters Enter part of the paper title Contains all of these words Contains any of these words Contains none of these words Items per page 5 10 25 50 75 All How much does it cost to care for survivors of colorectal cancer Caregiver s time travel and out of pocket costs Hanly P Céilleachair AO Skally M O Leary E Kapur K Fitzpatrick P Staines A Sharp L Support Care Cancer 2013 21 9 2583 92 How much does it cost to care for survivors of colorectal cancer Caregiver s time travel and out of pocket costs Hanly P Ó Céilleachair A Skally M O Leary E Staines A Kapur K Fitzpatrick P Sharp L Support Care Cancer Epub ahead of print The multidimensional nature of the financial burden of a diagnosis of cancer on patients findings from a country with a mixed public private healthcare system Timmons A Gooberman Hill R Sharp L Support Care Cancer 2013 21 1 107 17 Printer friendly version Cancers Colorectal 2 Apply Colorectal filter All invasive 1 Apply All invasive filter Published September 2013 1 Apply September 2013 filter May 2013 1 Apply May 2013 filter January 2013 1 Apply January 2013 filter Author Prof Linda Sharp 3 Apply Prof Linda Sharp filter Dr Paul Hanly 2 Apply Dr Paul Hanly filter Mr Alan

    Original URL path: http://www.ncri.ie/publications/research/scientific-papers/field_journal_name/support-care-cancer-293 (2014-07-21)
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  • Scientific papers | National Cancer Registry Ireland
    how we collect it Using interpreting our data Cancer information Troubleshooting Scientific papers Home Research Research publications Scientific papers Scand J Gastroenterol Scientific papers Research themes Descriptive epidemiology Health services research Aetiological research Research projects Research publications Research reports Scientific papers Presentations Research partners Research team Please use the menu on the right to browse publications by year cancer type or author or enter a search term in the box below Displaying 1 2 of 2 papers Click here to reset all search parameters Enter part of the paper title Contains all of these words Contains any of these words Contains none of these words Items per page 5 10 25 50 75 All Mortality in inflammatory bowel disease patients under 65 years of age O Toole A Walsh P Keegan D Byrne K Doherty G O Donoghue D Mulcahy H Scand J Gastroenterol 2014 49 7 814 819 Risk of Barrett s oesophagus oesophageal adenocarcinoma and reflux oesophagitis and the use of nitrates and asthma medications Ladanchuk TC Johnston BT Murray LJ Anderson LA FINBAR study group Scand J Gastroenterol 2010 45 12 1397 403 Printer friendly version Cancers Chronic diseases 1 Apply Chronic diseases filter Oesophagus 1 Apply

    Original URL path: http://www.ncri.ie/publications/research/scientific-papers/field_journal_name/scand-j-gastroenterol-291 (2014-07-21)
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  • Presentations | National Cancer Registry Ireland
    Enter part of the presentation title Contains all of these words Contains any of these words Contains none of these words Items per page 5 10 25 50 75 All Using registry data to estimate productivity losses due to premature mortality and reduced workforce participation following head and neck cancer Pearce AM Timmons A Hanly P Walsh P O Neill C Sharp L on behalf of the SUN Study Investigators and ICE Award Investigators NCIN Cancer Outcomes Conference 9 Jun 2014 to 10 Jun 2014 Birmingham UK Poster presentation Marital status associated with ovarian cancer stage treatment and outcomes Brown C Comber H Sharp L NCIN Cancer Outcomes Conference 9 Jun 2014 to 10 Jun 2014 Birmingham UK Poster presentation Patterns and predictors of workforce participation in cancer survivors 6 months and 12 months post diagnosis Sharp L O Driscoll D O Leary E Higney K Bradley C NCIN Cancer Outcomes Conference 9 Jun 2014 to 10 Jun 2014 Birmingham UK Poster presentation Smoking at diagnosis is an independent prognostic factor for survival in head and neck cancer findings from a large population based study Sharp L McDevitt J Carsin A E Brown C Comber H NCIN Cancer Outcomes Conference 9 Jun 2014 to 10 Jun 2014 Birmingham UK Poster presentation Surgery type and length of stay in head and neck cancer patients a population based study McDevitt J De Camargo Cancela M Sharp L NCIN Cancer Outcomes Conference 9 Jun 2014 to 10 Jun 2014 Birmingham UK Poster presentation Using routine prescribing data to identify comorbidities in ovarian cancer patients Brown C Sharp L Bennett K Barron I NCIN Cancer Outcomes Conference 9 Jun 2014 to 10 Jun 2014 Birmingham UK Oral presentation Comparison of uptake of colorectal cancer screening based on faecal immunochemical testing FIT in males and females a systematic review and meta analysis Clarke N Osborne A Kearney P Sharp L The 2014 Controlling Cancer Summit Advances in Cancer Screening and Prevention Research 12 May 2014 to 14 May 2014 London UK Oral presentation Women s differing experiences of distress following colposcopy and related procedures a qualitative interview study O Connor M Waller J Gallagher P Martin C O Leary J Sharp L 15th World Congress for Cervical Pathology and Colposcopy 26 May 2014 to 30 May 2014 London UK Oral presentation Bias in prescription data of the Irish ovarian cancer population Brown C Sharp L Bennett K Barron I International Society for Pharmacoepidemiology Mid Year Meeting 6 Apr 2014 to 8 Apr 2014 Rotterdam Oral presentation Distress following colposcopy examination for cervical abnormalities a qualitative study O Connor M Waller J Gallagher P Martin C O Leary J Sharp L British Psychosocial Oncology Society Annual Conference 27 Feb 2014 to 28 Feb 2014 Preston UK Poster presentation Psychooncology Feb 2014 23 Supplement S2 1 16 published abstract Pages 1 2 3 older last Printer friendly version Type Poster presentation Apply Poster presentation filter Oral presentation Apply Oral presentation filter Invited oral presentation Apply Invited oral

    Original URL path: http://www.ncri.ie/publications/research/presentations?theme=skifi (2014-07-21)
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  • Presentations | National Cancer Registry Ireland
    2014 to 10 Jun 2014 Birmingham UK Poster presentation Marital status associated with ovarian cancer stage treatment and outcomes Brown C Comber H Sharp L NCIN Cancer Outcomes Conference 9 Jun 2014 to 10 Jun 2014 Birmingham UK Poster presentation Patterns and predictors of workforce participation in cancer survivors 6 months and 12 months post diagnosis Sharp L O Driscoll D O Leary E Higney K Bradley C NCIN Cancer Outcomes Conference 9 Jun 2014 to 10 Jun 2014 Birmingham UK Poster presentation Smoking at diagnosis is an independent prognostic factor for survival in head and neck cancer findings from a large population based study Sharp L McDevitt J Carsin A E Brown C Comber H NCIN Cancer Outcomes Conference 9 Jun 2014 to 10 Jun 2014 Birmingham UK Poster presentation Surgery type and length of stay in head and neck cancer patients a population based study McDevitt J De Camargo Cancela M Sharp L NCIN Cancer Outcomes Conference 9 Jun 2014 to 10 Jun 2014 Birmingham UK Poster presentation Using routine prescribing data to identify comorbidities in ovarian cancer patients Brown C Sharp L Bennett K Barron I NCIN Cancer Outcomes Conference 9 Jun 2014 to 10 Jun 2014 Birmingham UK Oral presentation Comparison of uptake of colorectal cancer screening based on faecal immunochemical testing FIT in males and females a systematic review and meta analysis Clarke N Osborne A Kearney P Sharp L The 2014 Controlling Cancer Summit Advances in Cancer Screening and Prevention Research 12 May 2014 to 14 May 2014 London UK Oral presentation Women s differing experiences of distress following colposcopy and related procedures a qualitative interview study O Connor M Waller J Gallagher P Martin C O Leary J Sharp L 15th World Congress for Cervical Pathology and Colposcopy 26 May 2014 to 30 May 2014 London UK Oral presentation Bias in prescription data of the Irish ovarian cancer population Brown C Sharp L Bennett K Barron I International Society for Pharmacoepidemiology Mid Year Meeting 6 Apr 2014 to 8 Apr 2014 Rotterdam Oral presentation Distress following colposcopy examination for cervical abnormalities a qualitative study O Connor M Waller J Gallagher P Martin C O Leary J Sharp L British Psychosocial Oncology Society Annual Conference 27 Feb 2014 to 28 Feb 2014 Preston UK Poster presentation Psychooncology Feb 2014 23 Supplement S2 1 16 published abstract Pages 1 2 3 older last Printer friendly version Type Poster presentation 31 Apply Poster presentation filter Oral presentation 23 Apply Oral presentation filter Invited oral presentation 6 Apply Invited oral presentation filter Cancers Prostate 20 Apply Prostate filter Cervix uteri 11 Apply Cervix uteri filter Colorectal 8 Apply Colorectal filter Head neck 8 Apply Head neck filter All invasive 6 Apply All invasive filter Breast 6 Apply Breast filter Ovary 5 Apply Ovary filter Colon 1 Apply Colon filter Melanoma of skin 1 Apply Melanoma of skin filter Published 2014 13 Apply 2014 filter 2013 32 Apply 2013 filter 2012 14 Apply 2012 filter 2011 1 Apply

    Original URL path: http://www.ncri.ie/publications/research/presentations?theme=accessible (2014-07-21)
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  • Using registry data to estimate productivity losses due to premature mortality and reduced workforce participation following head and neck cancer | National Cancer Registry Ireland
    papers Presentations Research partners Research team Publication date June 2014 Presentation type Poster presentation Cancers Head neck Related staff Dr Alison Pearce Dr Aileen Timmons Dr Paul Walsh Prof Linda Sharp Abstract Background Valuing the loss to society of an individual s reduced workforce participation due to cancer including premature mortality can inform policy development and service delivery The aim of this analysis was to use cancer registry and survey data to estimate productivity losses due to premature mortality and reduced workforce participation following head and neck cancer HNC Method The human capital approach to valuing productivity losses was used National Cancer Registry survival data for all HNC cancer types and stages along with Irish life table data were used to estimate premature mortality rates In addition a sample of HNC survivors were identified from the National Cancer Registry and invited to participate in a survey which included questions about workforce participation To estimate the value of lost productivity due to premature mortality the years of potential life lost YPLL was calculated using the annual probability of excess mortality to age 65 years and then multiplied by the average annual wage over the remaining working life adjusted for growth and discounting Reduced workforce participation through temporary time off work reduced working hours or permanent workforce departure were calculated by multiplying the average wage by the time out of the workforce Results The premature mortality costs associated with head and neck cancer were estimated to be 98 000 per person working at the time of HNC diagnosis Reduced workforce participation was valued at an additional 156 000 per person working at the time of HNC diagnosis Conclusion The productivity costs associated with HNC are significant An awareness of the societal costs associated with cancer allows policy makers an additional perspective on

    Original URL path: http://www.ncri.ie/research/presentations/using-registry-data-estimate-productivity-losses-due-premature-mortality-and (2014-07-21)
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  • Marital status associated with ovarian cancer stage, treatment and outcomes? | National Cancer Registry Ireland
    common cancer in women in Ireland and their mortality rates are second highest in Europe There is growing evidence across a range of cancer sites that married cancer patients have better survival It is unlikely that marriage elicits biological changes in cancer cells but there are societal factors which could lead to earlier diagnosis greater treatment utilisation and improved quality of follow up for married patients within the health system We investigated associations between marital status and stage treatment receipt and survival in ovarian cancer Methods Women aged 20 diagnosed with primary malignant ovarian cancer IDC10 C56 during 1994 2010 were identified from National Cancer Registry Ireland Data extracted was marital status stage treatment received in the first year date and cause of death age smoking status occupation region and area deprivation score Logistic regression was used to estimate adjusted effects of marital status on tumour stage 1 3 vs 4 Effect on treatment uptake was evaluated adjusting for socio demographic characteristics stage and grade Associations between marital status and survival were evaluated using Cox regression at baseline and beyond a 6 month landmark adjusting for treatment Results The median age of 5022 included women was 64 range 23 97 IQR 21 54 were married at diagnosis 50 were non smokers 41 identified as housewives 30 had stage 4 disease Married women were younger more likely to be a housewife and lived in less deprived areas Marriage reduced the odds of stage 4 disease crude OR 0 88 95 CI 0 78 1 0 but association disappeared after adjustment for factors above Overall 62 of women received cancer directed surgery Married women significantly more often had surgery even after adjusting for covariates OR 1 47 95 CI 1 26 1 70 Married women survived longer median 31m vs 15m adjusted

    Original URL path: http://www.ncri.ie/research/presentations/marital-status-associated-ovarian-cancer-stage-treatment-and-outcomes (2014-07-21)
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  • Patterns and predictors of workforce participation in cancer survivors 6-months and 12-months post-diagnosis | National Cancer Registry Ireland
    Cancer trends projections Statistical reports Cancer atlases Research publications Research reports Scientific papers Presentations All Ireland cancer statistics Infographics Research Research themes Descriptive epidemiology Health services research Aetiological research Research projects Research publications Research reports Scientific papers Presentations Research partners Research team FAQs All FAQs FAQs about us About our data how we collect it Using interpreting our data Cancer information Troubleshooting Patterns and predictors of workforce participation in cancer survivors 6 months and 12 months post diagnosis Home Research Research publications Presentations Patterns and predictors of workforce participation Research themes Descriptive epidemiology Health services research Aetiological research Research projects Research publications Research reports Scientific papers Presentations Research partners Research team Publication date June 2014 Presentation type Poster presentation Cancers Breast Colorectal Prostate Related staff Prof Linda Sharp Mr Eamonn O Leary Published abstract No Download NCIN CaRE study poster 2014 with QR code pdf External link http www ncin org uk news and events conferences Authors Sharp L O Driscoll D O Leary E Higney K Bradley C Conference meeting title NCIN Cancer Outcomes Conference Event date 9 Jun 2014 to 10 Jun 2014 Venue Birmingham UK Printer friendly version Building 6800 Cork Airport Business Park Kinsale Road Cork

    Original URL path: http://www.ncri.ie/research/presentations/patterns-and-predictors-workforce-participation-cancer-survivors-6-months-and (2014-07-21)
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