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  1. Review of smartphone mobile applications for skin cancer detection: what are the changes in availability, functionality, and costs to users over time?
  2. Quality of life following minimally invasive hysterectomy compared to abdominal hysterectomy: A metanalysis
  3. Incidence and risk factors for lower limb lymphedema associated with endometrial cancer: Results from a prospective, longitudinal cohort study.
  4. Fertility-sparing treatment in early endometrial cancer: current state and future strategies
  5. Virtual melanoma checks during a pandemic
  6. Practice guidelines for teledermatology in Australia
  7. Early detection of melanoma: a consensus report from the Australian Skin and Skin Cancer Research Centre Melanoma Screening Summit
  8. A review of literature supporting the development of practice guidelines for teledermatology in Australia
  9. The use of CAM products, practices, and practitioners by long-term endometrial cancer survivors in Australia
  10. Consumer skin cancer screening preferences
  11. Accuracy of mobile digital teledermoscopy for skin self-examinations in adults at high risk of skin cancer: an open-label, randomised controlled trial
  12. Long‐term deaths from melanoma according to tumor thickness at diagnosis
  13. Tweets about sunburn
  14. Prevention versus early detection for long-term control of melanoma and keratinocyte carcinomas: a cost-effectiveness modelling study
  15. Self‐reported naevus density may lead to misclassification of melanoma risk
  16. Using Mobile Health Technology and Social Media for the Prevention and Early Detection of Skin Cancer
  17. Is Teledermoscopy Ready to Replace Face-to-Face Examinations for the Early Detection of Skin Cancer? Consumer Views, Technology Acceptance, and Satisfaction with Care
  18. What Can Twitter Tell Us about Skin Cancer Communication and Prevention on Social Media?
  19. Factors in Randomized Controlled Trials Reported to Impact the Implementation of Patient-Reported Outcome Measures Into Routine Care: Protocol for a Systematic Review
  20. Unintended sunburn after applying sunscreen
  21. 3D Total Body Photography for early melanoma detection
  22. What is needed by staff to implement PROMs into routine oncology care? A qualitative study with the multi‐disciplinary team
  23. Multidisciplinary cancer care in Australia
  24. UV detection stickers can assist people to reapply sunscreen
  25. Factors in Randomized Controlled Trials Reported to Impact the Implementation of Patient-Reported Outcome Measures Into Routine Care: Protocol for a Systematic Review (Preprint)
  26. How to train practising gynaecologists in total laparoscopic hysterectomy: protocol for the stepped-wedge IMAGINE trial
  27. Patient-Reported Experiences After Hysterectomy: A Cross-Sectional Study of the Views of Over 2300 Women
  28. Patient Portals Facilitating Engagement With Inpatient Electronic Medical Records: A Systematic Review
  29. Can clinical decision making be enhanced by artificial intelligence?
  30. Challenges and controversies in the conservative management of uterine and ovarian cancer
  31. How many patients enter endometrial cancer surgery with psychotropic medication prescriptions, and how many receive a new prescription perioperatively?
  32. The iPROMOS protocol: a stepped-wedge study to implement routine patient-reported outcomes in a medical oncology outpatient setting
  33. Evaluating healthcare practitioners’ views on store-and-forward teledermoscopy services for the diagnosis of skin cancer
  34. Sun protection behavior after diagnosis of high-risk primary melanoma and risk of a subsequent primary
  35. A Mobile Technology Intervention With Ultraviolet Radiation Dosimeters and Smartphone Apps for Skin Cancer Prevention in Young Adults: Randomized Controlled Trial
  36. Patient Portals Facilitating Engagement With Inpatient Electronic Medical Records: A Systematic Review (Preprint)
  37. Factors associated with human papillomavirus (HPV) test acceptability in primary screening for cervical cancer: A mixed methods research synthesis
  38. Fighting Melanoma with Smartphones: A Snapshot of Where We are a Decade after App Stores Opened Their Doors
  39. Why a randomized melanoma screening trial may be a good idea
  40. ‘Mind your Moles’ study: protocol of a prospective cohort study of melanocytic naevi
  41. Obesity in total laparoscopic hysterectomy for early stage endometrial cancer: health gain and inpatient resource use
  42. Are psychological interventions effective on anxiety in cancer patients? A systematic review and meta-analyses
  43. All-cause death in young women with endometrial cancer who receive progesterone therapy
  44. Capturing Ultraviolet Radiation Exposure and Physical Activity: Feasibility Study and Comparison Between Self-Reports, Mobile Apps, Dosimeters, and Accelerometers
  45. Pelvic floor functional outcomes after total abdominal vs total laparoscopic hysterectomy for endometrial cancer
  46. Chemotherapy in patients with unresected pancreatic cancer in Australia: A population-based study of uptake and survival
  47. A Mobile Technology Intervention With Ultraviolet Radiation Dosimeters and Smartphone Apps for Skin Cancer Prevention in Young Adults: Randomized Controlled Trial (Preprint)
  48. Clinical trials, culture and language: More than meets the eye?
  49. Effect of solar ultraviolet radiation exposure on serum 25(OH)D concentration: a pilot randomised controlled trial
  50. Capturing Ultraviolet Radiation Exposure and Physical Activity: Feasibility Study and Comparison Between Self-Reports, Mobile Apps, Dosimeters, and Accelerometers (Preprint)
  51. Psychological distress among Indigenous Australian cancer survivors
  52. Time and treatments: It is what you make of it that counts
  53. Do hand-addressed envelopes improve community response rates for a longitudinal study?
  54. Lymphedema following gynecological cancer: Results from a prospective, longitudinal cohort study on prevalence, incidence and risk factors
  55. The validity and reliability of remote diabetic foot ulcer assessment using mobile phone images
  56. Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of a Skin Awareness Intervention for Early Detection of Skin Cancer Targeting Men Older Than 50 Years
  57. Nutrition interventions in patients with gynecological cancers requiring surgery
  58. Anxiety, depression and quality of life in people with pancreatic cancer and their carers
  59. Efficacy of smartphone applications in high-risk pigmented lesions
  60. The Living Well after Breast Cancer™ Pilot Trial: a weight loss intervention for women following treatment for breast cancer
  61. Greater Precision in Melanoma Prevention
  62. Factors associated with quality of care for patients with pancreatic cancer in Australia
  63. A Randomized Trial on the Effect of Exercise Mode on Breast Cancer–Related Lymphedema
  64. Consumer teledermoscopy for melanoma diagnosis
  65. Can skin cancer prevention be improved through mobile technology interventions? A systematic review
  66. Determinants of survival and attempted resection in patients with non-metastatic pancreatic cancer: An Australian population-based study
  67. Variations in supportive care needs of patients after diagnosis of localised cutaneous melanoma: a 2-year follow-up study
  68. Real-world surgical outcomes of a gelatin-hemostatic matrix in women requiring a hysterectomy: a matched case-control study
  69. Economics of teledermatology
  70. Do breast cancer survivors benefit from prophylactic removal of uterus and ovaries? A population-based data linkage replication study
  71. Determinants of Outcomes Following Resection for Pancreatic Cancer—a Population-Based Study
  72. Self-Reported Changes in Sun-Protection Behaviors at Different Latitudes in Australia
  73. Compression use during an exercise intervention and associated changes in breast cancer-related lymphedema
  74. Health-related quality of life among Indigenous Australians diagnosed with cancer
  75. Estimating Skin Cancer Risk: Evaluating Mobile Computer-Adaptive Testing
  76. Using a Delphi process to determine optimal care for patients with pancreatic cancer
  77. QLU-C10D: a health state classification system for a multi-attribute utility measure based on the EORTC QLQ-C30
  78. A systematic review and meta-analysis of prescribing practices of antidepressants in cancer patients
  79. Mediation of improvements in sun protective and skin self-examination behaviours: results from the healthy text study
  80. Beyond survivorship? A discursive analysis of how people with pancreatic cancer negotiate identity transitions in their health
  81. A tsunami of unmet needs: pancreatic and ampullary cancer patients' supportive care needs and use of community and allied health services
  82. Review of the Evidence of Lymphedema Treatment Effect
  83. Quality of life after early enteral feeding versus standard care for proven or suspected advanced epithelial ovarian cancer: Results from a randomised trial
  84. Consumer preferences for teledermoscopy screening to detect melanoma early
  85. Psychometric properties of an Australian supportive care needs assessment tool for Indigenous patients with cancer
  86. Redefining Dermatologists’ Role in Skin Cancer Early Detection and Follow-up Care
  87. Lower preoperative quality of life increases postoperative risk of adverse events in women with endometrial cancer: Results from the LACE trial
  88. Consumer Teledermoscopy
  89. Incidence, Risk Factors, and Estimates of a Woman’s Risk for Developing Secondary Lower Limb Lymphedema and Lymphedema-Specific Supportive Care Needs in Women Treated for Endometrial Cancer
  90. Association between single-nucleotide polymorphisms in growth factor genes and quality of life in men with prostate cancer and the general population
  91. User preferences for text message-delivered skin cancer prevention and early detection
  92. Can skin cancer prevention and early detection be improved via mobile phone text messaging? A randomised, attention control trial
  93. Women with self-reported lower-limb lymphedema after treatment for gynecological cancers: are they more likely to self-report psychosocial symptoms and less likely to use services?
  94. Systematic Review of Interventions to Improve the Provision of Information for Adults with Primary Brain Tumors and Their Caregivers
  95. Incidence, risk factors and estimates of a woman's risk of developing secondary lower limb lymphedema and lymphedema-specific supportive care needs in women treated for endometrial cancer
  96. Women’s Perceptions of Their Lifestyle and Quality of Life Several Years After a Diagnosis of Endometrial Cancer
  97. Evaluation of a skin self examination attitude scale using an item response theory model approach
  98. Prevalence, predictors, and correlates of supportive care needs among women 3–5 years after a diagnosis of endometrial cancer
  99. Changes in Outdoor Workersʼ Sun-Related Attitudes, Beliefs, and Behaviors
  100. Improving treatment for obese women with early stage cancer of the uterus: Rationale and design of the levonorgestrel intrauterine device±Metformin±weight loss in endometrial cancer (feMME) trial
  101. Primary Prevention of Skin Cancer
  102. Lesion Selection by Melanoma High-Risk Consumers During Skin Self-examination Using Mobile Teledermoscopy
  103. Quality of life of women with lower limb swelling or lymphedema 3–5years following endometrial cancer
  104. Clinical Skin Examination Outcomes After a Video-Based Behavioral Intervention
  105. Uptake of Skin Self-examination and Clinical Examination Behavior by Outdoor Workers
  106. Mobile Medical Applications for Melanoma Risk Assessment: False Assurance or Valuable Tool?
  107. Teledermatology: Its Use in the Detection and Management of Actinic Keratosis
  108. Interventions to decrease skin cancer risk in outdoor workers: update to a 2007 systematic review
  109. Serum HE4 as a prognostic marker in endometrial cancer — A population based study
  110. Skin cancer detection by one click — are we any closer?
  111. Epidural analgesia is associated with an increased incidence of postoperative complications in patients requiring an abdominal hysterectomy for early stage endometrial cancer
  112. The impact of risk-reducing hysterectomy and bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy on survival in patients with a history of breast cancer-A population-based data linkage study
  113. An Instrument to Measure Adherence to Weight Loss Programs: The Compliance Praxis Survey-Diet (COMPASS-Diet)
  114. Identification of doctors at risk of recurrent complaints: a national study of healthcare complaints in Australia
  115. Advances in Skin Cancer Early Detection and Diagnosis
  116. The HealthyTexts study: A randomized controlled trial to improve skin cancer prevention behaviors among young people
  117. Determinants of Uptake of Whole-Body Skin Self-Examination in Older Men
  118. Nomogram to Predict the Probability of Relapse in Patients Diagnosed With Borderline Ovarian Tumors
  119. Enhanced Skin Self-examination: A Novel Approach to Skin Cancer Monitoring and Follow-up
  120. The cost-effectiveness of total laparoscopic hysterectomy compared to total abdominal hysterectomy for the treatment of early stage endometrial cancer
  121. Differences in Epidural and Analgesic Use in Patients with Apparent Stage I Endometrial Cancer Treated by Open versus Laparoscopic Surgery: Results from the Randomised LACE Trial
  122. Predicting positive and negative impacts of cancer among long-term endometrial cancer survivors
  123. Health professionals' perspectives on information provision for patients with brain tumours and their families
  124. Risk factors to predict the incidence of surgical adverse events following open or laparoscopic surgery for apparent early stage endometrial cancer: Results from a randomised controlled trial
  125. Quality and Readability of Information Materials for People with Brain Tumours and Their Families
  126. How people construct their experience of living with secondary lymphoedema in the context of their everyday lives in Australia
  127. Characteristics of men aged 50 years or older who do not take up skin self-examination following an educational intervention
  128. Improved surgical safety after laparoscopic compared to open surgery for apparent early stage endometrial cancer: Results from a randomised controlled trial
  129. The Children and Sunscreen Study
  130. Efficacy of oral or intrauterine device-delivered progestin in patients with complex endometrial hyperplasia with atypia or early endometrial adenocarcinoma: A meta-analysis and systematic review of the literature
  131. Possible Genetic Predisposition to Lymphedema after Breast Cancer
  132. Development and piloting of a brain tumour-specific question prompt list
  133. Personalised electronic messages to improve sun protection in young adults
  134. The utility of serum CA-125 in predicting extra-uterine disease in apparent early-stage endometrial cancer
  135. Impact of a Video-Based Intervention to Improve the Prevalence of Skin Self-examination in Men 50 Years or Older
  136. Quality of life of women with lower-limb lymphedema following gynecological cancer
  137. Body-site distribution of skin cancer, pre-malignant and common benign pigmented lesions excised in general practice
  138. Factors associated with recall of media reports about vitamin D and sun protection
  139. Prospective, non-randomized phase 2 clinical trial of carboplatin plus paclitaxel with sequential radical pelvic radiotherapy for uterine papillary serous carcinoma
  140. In Vitro Model of Vitamin D Synthesis by UV Radiation in an Australian Urban Environment
  141. Laparoscopy or laparotomy for early endometrial cancer? – Authors' reply
  142. Quality of life after total laparoscopic hysterectomy versus total abdominal hysterectomy for stage I endometrial cancer (LACE): a randomised trial
  143. Patterns, correlates, and prognostic significance of quality of life following breast cancer
  144. Repeat participation in colorectal cancer screening utilizing fecal occult blood testing: A community-based project in a rural setting
  145. Pretreatment malnutrition and quality of life - association with prolonged length of hospital stay among patients with gynecological cancer: a cohort study
  146. Knowledge about health benefits of vitamin D in Queensland Australia
  147. Seasonal Variation in Measured Solar Ultraviolet Radiation Exposure of Adults in Subtropical Australia
  148. The skin awareness study: Promoting thorough skin self-examination for skin cancer among men 50years or older
  149. Does quality of life among breast cancer survivors one year after diagnosis differ depending on urban and non-urban residence? A comparative study
  150. Gynecological cancer survivors and community support services: referral, awareness, utilization and satisfaction
  151. What determines the health-related quality of life among regional and rural breast cancer survivors?
  152. Depression, anxiety and body image after treatment for invasive stage one epithelial ovarian cancer
  153. Recruiting older adults to health research studies: A systematic review
  154. Lymphedema Following Breast Cancer
  155. The Queensland cancer risk study: general population norms for the Functional Assessment of Cancer Therapy-General (FACT-G)
  156. Vitamin D and sun protection: The impact of mixed public health messages in Australia
  157. Views of supervisors of colonoscopy training on quality issues for the national bowel cancer screening program in Australia
  158. Factors Associated With the Number of Lesions Excised for Each Skin Cancer
  159. Disease-free survival after vaginal vault brachytherapy versus observation for patients with node-negative intermediate-risk endometrial adenocarcinoma
  160. Treatment for upper-limb and lower-limb lymphedema by professionals specializing in lymphedema care
  161. Unmet supportive care needs and interest in services among patients with a brain tumour and their carers
  162. Gynecological cancer survivors’ health behaviors and their associations with quality of life
  163. Health-related quality of life 18 months after breast cancer: comparison with the general population of Queensland, Australia
  164. Elderly patients with stage III or IV ovarian cancer: should they receive standard care?
  165. Quality of life among patients with a brain tumor and their carers
  166. Medical cost-offsets from psychosocial care in breast cancer
  167. Sun protection and low levels of vitamin D: are people concerned?
  168. The effect of an educational programme to improve the skills of general practitioners in diagnosing melanocytic/pigmented lesions
  169. Lymphedema after gynecological cancer treatment
  170. Diagnosis and management costs of suspicious skin lesions from a population-based melanoma screening programme
  171. Malnutrition among gynaecological cancer patients
  172. Reply
  173. Total laparoscopic versus open surgery for stage 1 endometrial cancer: The LACE randomized controlled trial
  174. Supportive care needs of people with brain tumours and their carers
  175. Do Centralised Skin Screening Clinics Increase Participation in Melanoma Screening (Australia)?
  176. Clinical outcomes from skin screening clinics within a community-based melanoma screening program
  177. What motivates men age ≥ 50 years to participate in a screening program for melanoma?
  178. Who attends skin cancer clinics within a randomized melanoma screening program?
  179. Voluntary whole-blood donors, and compensated platelet donors and plasma donors: Motivation to donate, altruism and aggression
  180. Increase in skin cancer screening during a community-based randomized intervention trial
  181. The functional assessment of cancer-vulvar: Reliability and validity
  182. Comparability of Skin Screening Histories Obtained by Telephone Interviews and Mailed Questionnaires: A Randomized Crossover Study
  183. The view from two sides: a qualitative study of community and medical perspectives on screening for colorectal cancer using FOBT
  184. Primary prevention of skin cancer: a review of sun protection in Australia and internationally
  185. Attitudes and intentions in relation to skin checks for early signs of skin cancer
  186. Prevalence of Whole-Body Skin Self-Examination in a Population at High Risk for Skin Cancer (Australia)
  187. Validity of Self-reported Skin Screening Histories
  188. Impaired Quality of Life in Patients Commencing Radiotherapy for Cancer
  189. Anemia before and during concurrent chemoradiotherapy in patients with cervical carcinoma: Effect on progression-free survival
  190. Acute Side Effects during 3-D-Planned Conformal Radiotherapy of Prostate Cancer
  191. Impact of Videotaped Information on Frequency and Confidence of Breast Self-Examination
  192. Measurement of Quality of Life in Head and Neck Cancer Patients Utilizing the Quality of Life Radiation Therapy Questionnaire
  193. Primary fallopian tube carcinoma: the Queensland experience
  194. Impact of hemoglobin levels before and during concurrent chemoradiotherapy on the response of treatment in patients with cervical carcinoma
  195. Quality of life changes during conformal radiation therapy for prostate carcinoma