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  • Guidance for developing ethical research projects involving children 

    Department of Children and Youth Affairs Working Group on Research Ethics; Cleary, Anne; Archer, Peter; Bond, Laurence; Curtis, Ruth; Fallon, Maureen; Felzmann, Heike; Hanafin, Sinéad; Keeneghan, Celia; Lynch, Aine; Madden, Deirdre; Redmond, Adrian; Meaney, Bairbre (Department of Children and Youth Affairs, 2012)
    The aim of this guidance paper, produced by a working group on behalf of the Department of Children and Youth Affairs (DCYA), is to advise on good practice principles for undertaking research with children (defined in ...
  • Stress and self-efficacy predict psychological adjustment at diagnosis of prostate cancer 

    Curtis, Ruth; Groarke, AnnMarie; Sullivan, Frank (Springer Nature, 2014-07-04)
    Prostate cancer is the most frequently non-skin cancer diagnosed among men. Diagnosis, a significant burden, generates many challenges which impact on emotional adjustment and so warrants further investigation. Most studies ...
  • What predicts emotional response in men awaiting prostate biopsy? 

    Groarke, AnnMarie; Curtis, Ruth; Walsh, Deirdre M. J.; Sullivan, Francis J. (Springer Nature, 2018-04-24)
    Background: Incidence of prostate cancer is increasing as opportunistic screening becomes widespread and life expectancy rises. Despite screening availability, research reveals conflicting results on medical outcomes, for ...