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Book section

Ogilvy, Catriona, Livingstone, Karen and Prue, Gillian (2008) Management of cancer-related fatigue. In: Rehabilitation in Cancer Care. WileyBlackwell, pp. 264-279. ISBN 1405159979 [Book section]

Journal article

McCaughan, Eilis, Prue, Gillian, Parahoo, Kader, McIlfatrick, Sonja and McKenna, Hugh (2012) Exploring and comparing the experience and coping behaviour of men and women with colorectal cancer after chemotherapy treatment: a qualitative longitudinal study. Psycho-oncology, 21 . pp. 64-71. [Journal article]

McCaughan, Eilis, Parahoo, Kader and Prue, Gillian (2011) Comparing cancer experiences among people with colorectal cancer: a qualitative study. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 67 . pp. 2686-2695. [Journal article]

McCaughan, Eilis, Prue, Gillian, Parahoo, Kader, McIlfatrick, Sonja and McKenna, Hugh (2011) Exploring and comparing the experience and coping behaviour of men and women with colorectal cancer at diagnosis and during surgery. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 67 (7). pp. 1591-1600. [Journal article]

McCaughan, Eilis, Prue, Gillian, Parahoo, Kader, McIlfatrick, Sonja, McSorley, Oonagh, O'Sullivan , Joe and McKenna, Hugh (2011) Men and masculinity: a comparison of men and women with colorectal cancer. Journal of Men's Health, 8 (3). p. 228. [Journal article]

McCaughan, Eilis, Prue, Gillian and Parahoo, Kader (2010) The importance of patient centred care: the experience of individuals with colorectal cancer. Treatment Strategies Oncology, 1 . pp. 78-84. [Journal article]

Prue, Gillian, Allen, James, Gracey, Jackie, Rankin, Jane and Cramp, Fiona (2010) Fatigue in Gynecological Cancer Patients During and After Anticancer Treatment. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management, 39 (2). pp. 197-210. [Journal article]

McCaughan, Eilis, Prue, Gillian and Parahoo, Kader (2009) A systematic review of quantitative studies reporting selected patient experienced outcomes, with a specific focus on gender differences in people with colorectal cancer. European Journal of Oncology Nursing, 13 (5). p. 376. [Journal article]

Prue, Gillian, Rankin, Jane, Gracey, Jackie, Allen, James and Cramp, Fiona (2008) Fatigue in gynaecological cancer patients: a prospective longitudinal survey. Supportive Care in Cancer, 16 (6). p. 653. [Journal article]

Cramp, Fiona, Prue, Gillian and Gracey, Jackie (2006) Exercise for the treatment of cancer related fatigue. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 3 . [Journal article]

Prue, Gillian, Rankin, Jane, Allen, James, Cramp , Fiona and Gracey, Jackie (2006) Measuring fatigue in cancer: a review of assessment scales. Supportive Care in Cancer, 14 (6). p. 621. [Journal article]

Prue, Gillian, Rankin, Jane, Allen, James, Gracey, Jackie and Cramp, Fiona (2006) Cancer-related fatigue: A critical appraisal. European Journal of Cancer, 42 (7). p. 846. [Journal article]

Prue, Gillian, Rankin, Jane, Cramp, Fiona, Allen, James and Gracey, Jackie (2006) Fatigue in gynaecological cancer patients: a pilot study. Supportive Care in Cancer, 14 (1). p. 78. [Journal article]

Prue, Gillian (2005) Discussion: ethical approval in the UK. Personal experience of the new climate. Physical Therapy Reviews, 10 . pp. 197-198. [Journal article]

Research report (external)

McCaughan, Eilis, McSorley, Oonagh, Prue, Gillian, Parahoo, Kader, O'Sullivan, Joe, Bunting, Brendan and McKenna, Hugh (2011) The experience and coping behaviours of men with prostate cancer receiving combined radiotherapy and hormone treatment. Ulster Cancer Foundation. 175 pp. [Research report (external)]

McCaughan, Eilis, Prue, Gillian, Parahoo, Kader, McSorley, Oonagh, O'Sullivan, Joe, McKenna, Hugh, McIlfatrick, Sonja and Bunting, Brendan (2011) Exploring and comparing the experience, and coping behaviour, of men and women with colorectal cancer; a qualitative longitudinal study. Ulster Cancer Foundation. 108 pp. [Research report (external)]

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