Affiliation: Lancaster University
- The significant unmet needs of cancer patients: probing psychosocial concernsK Soothill
Department of Applied Social Science, Cartmel College, Lancaster University, UK
Support Care Cancer 9:597-605. 2001..Most of the significant unmet need is beyond the remit of services primarily designed for the treatment of disease. We consider whether multidisciplinary cancer teams can be expected to deal with all aspects of the cancer experience...
- The criminal careers of arsonistsKeith Soothill
Department of Applied Social Science, Cartmel College, Lancaster University
Med Sci Law 44:27-40. 2004..5% in the 1951 series to 10.7% for the 1980-1 series. The indications are that the situation in relation to arson has deteriorated significantly over the past forty years...
- The universal, situational, and personal needs of cancer patients and their main carersK Soothill
Department of Applied Social Science, Cartmel College, Lancaster University, Lancaster, LA1 4YL, UK
Eur J Oncol Nurs 7:5-13; discussion 14-6. 2003..Broadly, "universal" needs are being met, but "situational" and "personal" needs, particularly among carers, are relatively unmet and require greater attention on the part of nurses and primary care professionals...
- Cancer and faith. Having faith--does it make a difference among patients and their informal carers?K Soothill
Department of Applied Social Science, Lancaster University, Lancaster, UK
Scand J Caring Sci 16:256-63. 2002..In understanding the faith dimension, one needs to consider both the spiritual and secular aspects of having a religious faith...
- Informal carers of cancer patients: what are their unmet psychosocial needs?K Soothill
Department of Applied Social Science, Institute for Health Research and Centre for Applied Statistics, Lancaster University, Lancaster LA1 4YL, UK
Health Soc Care Community 9:464-75. 2001..These are the same areas of significant unmet need that concern patients. However, carers have more of these concerns, reflecting their comparative neglect. The paper also considers how these widespread concerns can be addressed...
- Kidnapping: a criminal profile of persons convicted 1979-2001Keith Soothill
Department of Applied Social Science, Lancaster University, UK
Behav Sci Law 25:69-84. 2007..Those kidnaps with co-convictions of an acquisitive nature declined over the period, whereas other types, including sexual and violent, showed rises. Changing shifts in the nature of kidnaps have important policy implications...
- The psychosocial needs of cancer patients: findings from an observational studyM B McIllmurray
Department of Biological Sciences, Lancaster University, and Morecambe Bay Hospitals NHS Trust, UK
Eur J Cancer Care (Engl) 10:261-9. 2001..This information should increase awareness among cancer care professionals about a range of psychosocial needs and may help them target particular patient groups for particular support interventions...
- Psychosocial needs in cancer patients related to religious beliefM B McIllmurray
Royal Lancaster Infirmary, Lancaster, UK
Palliat Med 17:49-54. 2003..The knowledge of a patient's spirituality should help service providers to predict aspects of psychosocial need and to respond sensitively and appropriately to a patient's experience of cancer...
- [The long-term consequences of parental alcohol abuse: a cohort study of children in Denmark in 1966]Mogens Nygaard Christoffersen
Ugeskr Laeger 166:3609-13. 2004
- Editorial: Sex crime and the mediaKeith Soothill
Crim Behav Ment Health 14:227-30. 2004