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White, Katherine M., Starfelt, Louise C., Young, Ross McD., Hawkes, Anna L., Cleary, Catherine, Leske, Stuart, et al. (2015) A randomised controlled trial of an online theory-based intervention to improve adult Australians' sun-protective behaviours. Preventive Medicine, 72, pp. 19-22.
Garvey, Gail, Beesley, Vanessa L., Janda, Monika, O'Rourke, Peter, He, Vincent, Hawkes, Anna L., et al. (2015) Psychometric properties of an Australian Supportive Care Needs Assessment Tool for Indigenous People (SCNAT-IP) with cancer. Cancer. (In Press)
Hawkes, A.L., Quinn, M., Gebski, V., Armes, J., Brennan, D., Janda, M., et al. (2014) Improving treatment for obese women with early stage cancer of the uterus : rationale and design of the levonorgestrel intrauterine device ±Metformin ±weight loss in endometrial cancer (feMME) trial. Contemporary Clinical Trials, 39(1), pp. 14-21.
White, Katherine M., Starfelt, Louise C., Young, Ross McD., Hawkes, Anna L., Leske, Stuart, & Hamilton, Kyra (2014) Predicting Australian adults' sun-safe behaviour : examining the role of personal and social norms. British Journal of Health Psychology, 20(2), pp. 396-412.
Cleary, Cathy M., White, Katherine M., Young, Ross McD., Hawkes, Anna L., Leske, Stuart, Starfelt, Louise C., et al. (2014) Study protocol : a randomised controlled trial of a theory-based online intervention to improve sun safety among Australian adults. BMC Cancer, 14(162).
O'Neil, Adrienne, Hawkes, Anna, Atherton, John, Patrao, Tania, Sanderson, Kristy, Wolfe, Rory, et al. (2014) Telephone-delivered health coaching improves anxiety outcomes after myocardial infarction: The 'ProActive Heart' trial. European Journal of Preventive Cardiology, 21(1), pp. 30-38.
Leske, Stuart, Young, Ross McD., White, Katherine M., & Hawkes, Anna L. (2014) A qualitative exploration of sun safety beliefs among Australian adults. Australian Psychologist, 49(4), pp. 253-270.
Turkstra, Erika, Hawkes, Anna, Oldenburg, Brian, & Scuffham, Paul (2013) Cost-effectiveness of a coronary heart disease secondary prevention program in patients with myocardial infarction: Results from a randomised controlled trial (ProActive Heart). BMC Cardiovascular Disorders, pp. 1-6.
Hawkes, Anna, Patrao, Tania, Atherton, John, Ware, Robert, Taylor, Craig, O'Neil, Adrienne, et al. (2013) Effect of a telephone-delivered coronary heart disease secondary prevention program (ProActive Heart) on quality of life and health behaviours: Primary outcomes of a randomised controlled trial. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 20(3), pp. 413-424.
Hawkes, Anna, Chambers, Suzanne, Pakenham, Kenneth, Patrao, Tania, Baade, Peter, Lynch, Brigid, et al. (2013) Effects of a telephone-delivered ple health behavior change intervention (CanChange) on health and behavioral outcomes in survivors of colorectal cancer: A randomized controlled trial. Journal of Clinical Oncology, 31(18), pp. 2313-2321.
Hawkes, Anna L., Patrao, Tania A, Ware, Robert, Atherton, John J, Taylor, Craig B, & Oldenburg, Brian F (2013) Predictors of physical and mental health-related quality of life outcomes among myocardial infarction patients. BMC Cardiovascular Disorders, 13(1), p. 69.
Hamilton, Kyra, White, Katherine M., Young, Ross McD. , Hawkes, Anna L., Starfelt, Louise C., & Leske, Stuart (2012) Identifying critical sun-protective beliefs among Australian adults. Health Education Research, 27(5), pp. 834-843.
Hawkes, Anna L., Hamilton, Kyra, White, Katherine M., & Young, Ross (2012) A randomised controlled trial of a theory-based intervention to improve sun protective behaviour in adolescents ('you can still be HOT in the shade') : study protocol. BMC Cancer, 12(1), p. 1.
Gordon, Louisa, Patrao, Tania, & Hawkes, Anna (2012) Can colorectal cancer survivors recall their medications and doctor visits reliably? BMC Health Services Research, pp. 1-9.
Hawkes, Anna, Patrao, Tania, Green, Anita, & Aitken, Joanne (2012) CanPrevent: a telephone-delivered intervention to reduce ple behavioural risk factors for colorectal cancer. BMC Cancer, pp. 1-9.
Ownsworth, Tamara, Chambers, Suzanne K., Hawkes, Anna L., Walker, David, & Shum, David (2011) Making sense of brain tumour: A qualitative investigation of personal and social processes of adjustment. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 21(1), pp. 117-137.
Hughes, Karen, Sargeant, Hilary, & Hawkes, Anna (2011) Acceptability of the distress thermometer and problem list to community-based telephone cancer helpline operators, and to cancer patients and carers. BMC Cancer, pp. 1-8.
Hawkes, Anna L., Lynch, Brigid M., Owen, Neville, & Aitken, Joanne F. (2011) Lifestyle factors associated concurrently and prospectively with co-morbid cardiovascular disease in a population-based cohort of colorectal cancer survivors. European Journal of Cancer, 47(2), pp. 267-276.
O'Neil, Adrienne, Hawkes, Anna, Chan, Bianca, Sanderson, Kristy, Forbes, Andrew, Hollingsworth, Bruce, et al. (2011) A randomised, feasibility trial of a tele-health intervention for Acute Coronary Syndrome patients with depression ('MoodCare'). BMC Cardiovascular Disorders, pp. 1-7.
White, Katherine M., Hyde, Melissa K., O'Connor, Erin L., Naumann, Lisa, & Hawkes, Anna L. (2010) Testing a belief-based intervention encouraging sun safety among adolescents in a high risk area. Preventive Medicine, 51(3-4), pp. 325-328.
Hawkes, Anna, Hughes, Karen, Hutchison, Sandy, & Chambers, Suzanne (2010) Feasibility of brief psychological distress screening by a community-based telephone helpline for cancer patients and carers. BMC Cancer, 10(14), pp. 1-10.
Hawkes, Anna L., Pakenham, Kenneth I., Courneya, Kerry, Gollschewski, Sara E., Baade, Peter D., Gordon, Louisa S., et al. (2009) A randomised controlled trial of a tele-based lifestyle intervention for colorectal cancer survivors ('CanChange') : Study protocol. B M C Cancer, 9(286), pp. 1-8.
Gordon, Louisa S., Graves, Nicholas, Hawkes, Anna L., & Eakin, Elizabeth G. (2007) A Review of the Cost-Effectiveness of Face-to-Face Behavioural Interventions for Smoking, Physical Activity, Diet and Alcohol. Chronic Illness, 3(2), pp. 101-129.