Affiliation: Lancaster University
- Young adults with cancer: parents' interactions with health care professionalsA Grinyer
Institute for Health Research and the School of Independent Studies, Lancaster University, Lancaster, UK
Eur J Cancer Care (Engl) 13:88-95. 2004..While many of the issues identified in this paper might apply to relatives of cancer patients in other age groups, the effect of life stage during young adulthood exacerbates the complexities of the medical setting...
- Caring for a young adult with cancer: the impact on mothers' healthAnne Grinyer
Institute for Health Research, Lancaster University, UK
Health Soc Care Community 14:311-8. 2006....
- The biographical impact of teenage and adolescent cancerAnne Grinyer
Institute for Health Research, Lancaster University, Lancaster, LA1 4YT, UK
Chronic Illn 3:265-77. 2007....
- Contrasting parental perspectives with those of teenagers and young adults with cancer: comparing the findings from two qualitative studiesAnne Grinyer
Division of Health Research, Lancaster University, Alexandra Square, Lancaster LA1 4YT, UK
Eur J Oncol Nurs 13:200-6. 2009..To compare and contrast the issues raised in narrative data gathered from parents of teenagers and young adults with cancer with interview data gathered from young adults being treated for cancer...
- The late effects of mantle field radiotherapy: the information and support needs of women survivors of Hodgkin's diseaseAnne Grinyer
Division of Health Research, School of Health and Medicine, Lancaster University, Lancaster, LA1 4YT, United Kingdom
Eur J Oncol Nurs 14:183-9. 2010..To improve understanding of the information and support needs of women at risk from breast cancer after earlier treatment with mantle field radio therapy for Hodgkin's disease...
- Issues of power, control and choice in children's hospice respite care services: a qualitative studyAnne Grinyer
School of Health and Medicine, Lancaster University, Lancaster, UK
Int J Palliat Nurs 16:505-10. 2010..Redistribution of resources and reordering of priorities are recommended to prevent the inadvertent impact upon families...
- Young adults with cancer: the effect of the illness on parents and familiesA Grinyer
Lancaster University, Institute for Health Research, Lancaster, UK
Int J Palliat Nurs 7:162-4, 166-70. 2001....
- The narrative correspondence method: what a follow-up study can tell us about the longer term effect on participants in emotionally demanding researchAnne Grinyer
Institute for Health Research, Lancaster University, United Kingdom
Qual Health Res 14:1326-41. 2004..Participants experienced the outcomes of the research as significant and interpreted resulting publications as a lasting memorial to their son or daughter...
- A qualitative investigation into women's experiences after a miscarriage: implications for the primary healthcare teamMichael K Wong
Department of Psychology, University of Lancaster
Br J Gen Pract 53:697-702. 2003..Approximately 16% of clinically confirmed pregnancies end in miscarriage. However, there is frequently no routine follow-up by the primary healthcare team (PHCT) to identify psychiatric morbidity after miscarriage...