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Characteristics predicting recommendation for familial breast cancer referral in a cohort of women from primary care (2020)
Journal Article
Lee, S. I., Kai, J., Qureshi, N., Dutton, B., & Weng, S. (2020). Characteristics predicting recommendation for familial breast cancer referral in a cohort of women from primary care. Journal of Community Genetics, https://doi.org/10.1007/s12687-020-00452-w

© 2020, The Author(s). Family history of breast and related cancers can indicate increased breast cancer (BC) risk. In national familial breast cancer (FBC) guidelines, the risk is stratified to guide referral decisions. We aimed to identify characte... Read More about Characteristics predicting recommendation for familial breast cancer referral in a cohort of women from primary care.

Confidence of recurrent cellulitis self-diagnosis among people with lymphoedema: a qualitative interview study (2019)
Journal Article
Patel, M., Ing Lee, S., Levell, N. J., Smart, P., Kai, J., Thomas, K. S., & Leighton, P. (2020). Confidence of recurrent cellulitis self-diagnosis among people with lymphoedema: a qualitative interview study. British Journal of General Practice, 70(691), e130-e137. https://doi.org/10.3399/bjgp19X707909

Background Cellulitis can sometimes be challenging for healthcare professionals to diagnose, with no validated diagnostic criteria available. Supporting healthcare professionals to make a more accurate diagnosis of cellulitis in different groups, su... Read More about Confidence of recurrent cellulitis self-diagnosis among people with lymphoedema: a qualitative interview study.

Effectiveness of interventions to identify and manage patients with familial cancer risk in primary care: a systematic review (2019)
Journal Article
Ing Lee, S., Patel, M., Dutton, B., Weng, S., Luveta, J., & Qureshi, N. (2019). Effectiveness of interventions to identify and manage patients with familial cancer risk in primary care: a systematic review. Journal of Community Genetics, doi:10.1007/s12687-019-00419-6

This systematic review evaluated the effectiveness of strategies to identify and manage patients with familial risk of breast, ovarian, colorectal and prostate cancer in primary careto improve clinical outcomes. MEDLINE, EMBASE, CINAHL and Cochrane l... Read More about Effectiveness of interventions to identify and manage patients with familial cancer risk in primary care: a systematic review.

A systematic review showing the lack of diagnostic criteria and tools developed for lower limb cellulitis (2019)
Journal Article
Patel, M., Lee, S. I., Akyea, R. K., Grindlay, D., Francis, N., Levell, N. J., …Thomas, K. (2019). A systematic review showing the lack of diagnostic criteria and tools developed for lower limb cellulitis. British Journal of Dermatology, 181(6), 1156-1165. https://doi.org/10.1111/bjd.17857

Background: Cellulitis can be a difficult diagnosis to make. 31% of patients admitted from the emergency department with suspected lower limb cellulitis are misdiagnoses, with incorrect treatment potentially resulting in avoidable hospital admission... Read More about A systematic review showing the lack of diagnostic criteria and tools developed for lower limb cellulitis.

The red leg dilemma: a scoping review of the challenges of diagnosing lower limb cellulitis (2018)
Journal Article
Patel, M., Kai, J., Lee, S., & Thomas, K. (2019). The red leg dilemma: a scoping review of the challenges of diagnosing lower limb cellulitis. British Journal of Dermatology, 180(5), 993-1000. doi:10.1111/bjd.17415

Background: Suspected lower limb cellulitis presentations are commonly misdiagnoses, resulting in avoidable antibiotic prescribing or hospital admissions. Understanding the challenges posed in diagnosing cellulitis may help enhance future care. Ob... Read More about The red leg dilemma: a scoping review of the challenges of diagnosing lower limb cellulitis.

A study of ductal versus non-ductal invasive breast carcinomas in older women: long-term clinical outcome and comparison with their younger counterparts (2014)
Journal Article
Mathew, J., Lee, S., Syed, B. M., Morgan, D. A. L., Ellis, I. O., & Cheung, K. L. (2014). A study of ductal versus non-ductal invasive breast carcinomas in older women: long-term clinical outcome and comparison with their younger counterparts. Breast Cancer Research and Treatment, 147(3), 671-674. doi:10.1007/s10549-014-3094-4