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Failure of care in mental health trust: Déjà vu in terms of treatment of people with learning disabilities?

Journal Article
Willis, D. (2016)
Failure of care in mental health trust: Déjà vu in terms of treatment of people with learning disabilities?. BMJ, 352, ISSN 0959-8138
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What influences women with intellectual disabilities to attend breast screening? Experiences of women who have and have not participated

Journal Article
Willis, D. S., & Willis, D. (2016)
What influences women with intellectual disabilities to attend breast screening? Experiences of women who have and have not participated. British Journal of Learning Disabilities, 44(4), (269-276). ISSN 1354-4187
Background: Despite breast screening in Britain being free to all women within the allotted age range, uptake of this service is often poor in women with intellectual disabili...

Working with the disabled patient: Exploring student nurses views for curriculum development using a swot analysis.

Journal Article
Willis, D., & Thurston, M. (2015)
Working with the disabled patient: Exploring student nurses views for curriculum development using a swot analysis. Nurse Education Today, 35, 383-387. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nedt.2014.10.013
Summary Background Increased longevity will mean an increase in people presenting with cognitive and physical disabilities, such as sight loss or dementia. The Patient Right...

Déjà vu in terms of treatment of people with learning disabilities?

Journal Article
Iacobucci, G., & Willis, D. (2015)
Déjà vu in terms of treatment of people with learning disabilities?. BMJ, 351, h6772. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.h6772

Paid- and family-carers' views on supporting women with intellectual disability through breast screening: Carers views on breast screening

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Willis, D., Kilbride, L., Horsburgh, D., & Kennedy, C. (2015)
Paid- and family-carers' views on supporting women with intellectual disability through breast screening: Carers views on breast screening. European Journal of Cancer Care, 24(4), 473-482. https://doi.org/10.1111/ecc.12245
The cancer needs of people with intellectual disabilities are increasingly being debated. This paper explores the views and experiences of paid- and family-carers when support...

Inconsistencies in the roles of family- and paid- carers in monitoring health issues in people with learning disabilities: some implications for the integration of health and social care

Journal Article
Willis, D. (2014)
Inconsistencies in the roles of family- and paid- carers in monitoring health issues in people with learning disabilities: some implications for the integration of health and social care. British Journal of Learning Disabilities, 43, 24-31. https://doi.org/10.1111/bld.12082
Accessible summary •This paper looks at the views of paid- and family-carers about discussing health matters with people with learning disabilities. •The author found that th...

Breast screening: participation of women with intellectual disabilities.

Journal Article
Willis, D. (2013)
Breast screening: participation of women with intellectual disabilities. Learning Disability Practice, 16, 24-26. https://doi.org/10.7748/ldp2013.05.16.4.24.e1422
The NHS breast cancer screening programme has resulted in overdiagnosis of breast cancer in the general population. For women with intellectual disabilities, participation has...

Carte blanche to exclude women with intellectual disabilities? [Rapid Response]

Journal Article
Willis, D. (2012)
Carte blanche to exclude women with intellectual disabilities? [Rapid Response]. BMJ, 345,

Cervical cancer surveillance in women with learning disabilities

Journal Article
Sullivan, S. G., Satgé, D., & Willis, D. (2010)
Cervical cancer surveillance in women with learning disabilities. International Journal of Child Health and Human Development, 3, 157-164
Cervical cancer is the second most common cancer among women world-wide. Objective: Evaluation of cervical cancer risks, frequency and screening uptake in women with learning ...

Menopausal experiences of women with Intellectual Disabilities

Journal Article
Willis, D., Wishart, J. G., & Muir, W. J. (2010)
Menopausal experiences of women with Intellectual Disabilities. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 24, 74-85. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1468-3148.2010.00566.x
Background  Little is known about the menopause in women with intellectual disabilities (ID) save that its onset is earlier than in the general population, and earlier still ...