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Aug-2014Assessing pain in people with cancerLovell, M; Forster, B; Phillips, JL
1-Aug-2013Assessment and management of adult cancer pain: A systematic review and synthesis of recent qualitative studies aimed at developing insights for managing barriers and optimizing facilitators within a comprehensive framework of patient careLuckett, T; Davidson, PM; Green, A; Boyle, F; Stubbs, J; Lovell, M
1-Jan-2014Australian survey of current practice and guideline use in adult cancer pain assessment and management: Perspectives of oncologistsLuckett, T; Davidson, PM; Boyle, F; Liauw, W; Agar, M; Green, A; Lovell, M
1-Nov-2013Australian survey of current practice and guideline use in adult cancer pain assessment and management: Perspectives of palliative care physiciansLovell, M; Agar, M; Luckett, T; Davidson, PM; Green, A; Clayton, J
17-Jan-2018Cancer pain management needs and perspectives of patients from Chinese backgrounds: a systematic review of the Chinese and English literatureXu, X; Luckett, T; Wang, AY; Lovell, M; Phillips, JL
7-Nov-2018Comparison of implementation strategies to influence adherence to the clinical pathway for screening, assessment and management of anxiety and depression in adult cancer patients (ADAPT CP): Study protocol of a cluster randomised controlled trialButow, P; Shaw, J; Shepherd, HL; Price, M; Masya, L; Kelly, B; Rankin, NM; Girgis, A; Hack, TF; Beale, P; Viney, R; Dhillon, HM; Coll, J; Kelly, P; Lovell, M; Grimison, P; Shaw, T; Luckett, T; Cuddy, J; White, F; Andrews, G; Allison, K; Geerligs, L; Baychek, K; Piro, D; Pearce, A; Yim, J
1-Dec-2012Longitudinal pain reports in a palliative care populationClark, K; Smith, J; Lovell, M; Currow, DC
1-Dec-2013Optimal patient education for cancer pain: A systematic review and theory-based meta-analysisMarie, N; Luckett, T; Davidson, PM; Lovell, M; Lal, S
16-Jul-2018Protocol for a phase III pragmatic stepped wedge cluster randomised controlled trial comparing the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of screening and guidelines with, versus without, implementation strategies for improving pain in adults with cancer attending outpatient oncology and palliative care services: The Stop Cancer PAIN trialLuckett, T; Phillips, J; Agar, M; Lam, L; Davidson, PM; McCaffrey, N; Boyle, F; Shaw, T; Currow, DC; Read, A; Hosie, A; Lovell, M