Peter Warnock Smith

University of Tasmania University of Tasmania, Sandy Bay, Tasmania, Australia 
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Shennan BDA, Smith PW, Ogura Y, et al. (2020) A modular and divergent approach to spirocyclic pyrrolidines. Chemical Science. 11: 10354-10360
Frankland J, Wheelwright S, Permyakova NV, et al. (2020) Prevalence and predictors of poor sexual well-being over 5 years following treatment for colorectal cancer: results from the ColoREctal Wellbeing (CREW) prospective longitudinal study. Bmj Open. 10: e038953
Wheelwright S, Permyakova NV, Calman L, et al. (2020) Does quality of life return to pre-treatment levels five years after curative intent surgery for colorectal cancer? Evidence from the ColoREctal Wellbeing (CREW) study. Plos One. 15: e0231332
Driessens C, Kingdon D, Pilgrim D, et al. (2020) Health and Social Care Diversity Among Individuals with Longstanding Physical and Psychological Health Problems: Pooled Repeated Cross Sectional Analyses. Community Mental Health Journal
Smith PW, Agbaje M, LeRoux-Pullen L, et al. (2019) Implication of the knowledge and perceptions of veterinary students of antimicrobial resistance for future prescription of antimicrobials in animal health, South Africa. Journal of the South African Veterinary Association. 90: e1-e8
Foster C, Calman L, Richardson A, et al. (2019) HORIZONS protocol: a UK prospective cohort study to explore recovery of health and well-being in adults diagnosed with cancer. Bmj Open. 9: e029662
Cummings A, Grimmett C, Calman L, et al. (2018) Comorbidities are associated with poorer quality of life, functioning and worse symptoms in the 5 years following colorectal cancer surgery: Results from the ColoREctal Wellbeing (CREW) cohort study. Psycho-Oncology
Durrant GB, Vassallo R, Smith PWF. (2018) Assessment of Multiple Membership Multilevel Models: An Application to Interviewer Effects on Nonresponse. Multivariate Behavioral Research. 1-17
Haviland J, Sodergren S, Calman L, et al. (2017) Social support following diagnosis and treatment for colorectal cancer and associations with health-related quality of life: Results from the UK ColoREctal Wellbeing (CREW) cohort study. Psycho-Oncology
Grimmett C, Haviland J, Winter J, et al. (2017) Colorectal cancer patient's self-efficacy for managing illness-related problems in the first 2 years after diagnosis, results from the ColoREctal Well-being (CREW) study. Journal of Cancer Survivorship : Research and Practice
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