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The roles of dispositional coping style and social support in helping people with respiratory disease cope with a breathlessness crisis (2019)
Journal Article
Garcia, M., Luckett, T., Johnson, M., Hutchinson, A., Lal, S., & Phillips, J. (in press). The roles of dispositional coping style and social support in helping people with respiratory disease cope with a breathlessness crisis. Journal of advanced nursing, https://doi.org/10.1111/jan.14039

Aim: To explore the role of coping moderators in self-management of breathlessness crises by people with advanced respiratory disease. Design: A secondary analysis of semi-structured interview data. Methods: Interviews with patients who had a... Read More

Acute-on-chronic breathlessness: recognition and response (2019)
Journal Article
Hutchinson, A., Johnson, M. J., & Currow, D. (2019). Acute-on-chronic breathlessness: recognition and response. Journal of pain and symptom management, 57(5), e4-e5. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jpainsymman.2019.01.012

Living well with breathlessness: how clinicians can help (2018)
Journal Article
Hutchinson, A., Galvin, K., & Johnson, M. (2019). Living well with breathlessness: how clinicians can help. The British journal of general practice : the journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners, 69(678), 26-27. doi:10.3399/bjgp19X700505

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Oral anticoagulation is preferable to injected, but only if it is safe and effective: An interview study of patient and carer experience of oral and injected anticoagulant therapy for cancer-associated thrombosis in the select-d trial (2018)
Journal Article
Hutchinson, A., Rees, S., Young, A., Maraveyas, A., Date, K., & Johnson, M. (in press). Oral anticoagulation is preferable to injected, but only if it is safe and effective: An interview study of patient and carer experience of oral and injected anticoagulant therapy for cancer-associated thrombosis in the select-d trial. Palliative medicine, 026921631881537. doi:10.1177/0269216318815377

Background Cancer patients have a 4 to 5 fold greater risk of thrombosis than the general population. Recommended treatment for cancer-associated thrombosis is 3 to 6 months of low-molecular-weight heparin. The ‘select-d’ trial is an open-label rand... Read More

Breathlessness in the emergency care setting (2018)
Journal Article
Johnson, M. J., & Hutchinson, A. (2018). Breathlessness in the emergency care setting. Current opinion in supportive and palliative care, 12(3), 232-236. doi:10.1097/SPC.0000000000000374

Abstract Purpose of review Breathlessness is one of the most common reasons for presentation at the emergency department (ED). The present review summarizes work published from 2017, which focuses on the symptom of breathlessness in its own right rat... Read More

Palliative care in the emergency department: A systematic literature qualitative review and thematic synthesis (2018)
Journal Article
Cooper, E., Hutchinson, A., Sheikh, Z., Taylor, P., Townend, W., & Johnson, M. J. (2018). Palliative care in the emergency department: A systematic literature qualitative review and thematic synthesis. Palliative medicine, 32(9), 1443-1454. doi:10.1177/0269216318783920

Background: Despite a fast-paced environment, the emergency clinician has a duty to meet the palliative patient's needs. Despite suggested models and interventions, this remains challenging in practice. Aim: To increase understanding of these challen... Read More

Cancer patients’ experiences of living with venous thromboembolism: A systematic review and qualitative thematic synthesis (2018)
Journal Article
Benelhaj, N. B., Hutchinson, A., Maraveyas, A. M., Seymour, J. D., Ilyas, M. W., & Johnson, M. J. (2018). Cancer patients’ experiences of living with venous thromboembolism: A systematic review and qualitative thematic synthesis. Palliative medicine, 32(5), 1010-1020. doi:10.1177/0269216318757133

Background: Cancer-Associated thrombosis is common. Recommended treatment is daily injected low-molecular-weight heparin for 6months. Most studies focus on prophylaxis and treatment; few have explored patients’ experience. Aims To identify and sy... Read More

Living with breathlessness: a systematic literature review and qualitative synthesis (2018)
Journal Article
Hutchinson, A., Barclay-Klingle, N., Galvin, K., & Johnson, M. J. (2018). Living with breathlessness: a systematic literature review and qualitative synthesis. The European respiratory journal, 51(2), 1701477. doi:10.1183/13993003.01477-2017

Question: What is the experience of people living with breathlessness due to medical conditions, those caring for and those treating them, with regard to quality of life and the nature of clinical interactions? Methods: Electronic databases (Ovid MED... Read More

Insights from Australians with respiratory disease living in the community with experience of self-managing through an emergency department 'near miss' for breathlessness: A strengths-based qualitative study (2017)
Journal Article
Luckett, T., Phillips, J., Johnson, M., Garcia, M., Bhattarai, P., Carrieri-Kohlman, V., …Davidson, P. M. (2017). Insights from Australians with respiratory disease living in the community with experience of self-managing through an emergency department 'near miss' for breathlessness: A strengths-based qualitative study. BMJ open, 7(12), e017536. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2017-017536

Objectives Breathlessness ‘crises’ in people with chronic respiratory conditions are a common precipitant for emergency department (ED) presentations, many of which might be avoided through improved self-management and support. This study sought insi... Read More

Cognitive-emotional interventions for breathlessness in adults with advanced diseases (2017)
Journal Article
Bolzani, A., Rolser, S. M., Kalies, H., Maddocks, M., Rehfuess, E., Hutchinson, A., …Bausewein, C. (2017). Cognitive-emotional interventions for breathlessness in adults with advanced diseases. The Cochrane database of systematic reviews, 2017(6), doi:10.1002/14651858.CD012682

© 2017 The Cochrane Collaboration. Published by John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. This is a protocol for a Cochrane Review (Intervention). The objectives are as follows: To assess the effects and safety of interventions targeting cognition, emotion or both a... Read More

What influences the presentation of patients with chronic breathlessness to the Emergency Department? A mixed methods study (2017)
Thesis
Hutchinson, A. (2016). What influences the presentation of patients with chronic breathlessness to the Emergency Department? A mixed methods study. (Thesis). University of Hull. Retrieved from https://hull-repository.worktribe.com/output/497045

Background: Chronic breathlessness is a common and distressing symptom of many long-term cardiorespiratory conditions and cancers which are highly prevalent in both the UK and worldwide. It is associated with presentation to the emergency department... Read More

Breathlessness and presentation to the emergency department: a survey and clinical record review (2017)
Journal Article
Hutchinson, A., Pickering, A., Williams, P., Bland, J. M., & Johnson, M. J. (2017). Breathlessness and presentation to the emergency department: a survey and clinical record review. BMC Pulmonary Medicine, 17(1), doi:10.1186/s12890-017-0396-4

Background Breathlessness is a frequently occurring symptom of cardiorespiratory conditions and is a common cause of emergency department presentation. The aim of this study was to estimate the prevalence of acute-on-chronic breathlessness as a cause... Read More

Patient and carer experience of breathlessness (2016)
Book Chapter
Hutchinson, A. (2016). Patient and carer experience of breathlessness. In Palliative Care in Respiratory Disease, 102-110. European Respiratory Society. doi:10.1183/2312508x.10011615

Chronic breathlessness has wide-ranging, inter-related physical, psychological, social and existential consequences for those living with it, and the family and friends who care for them. Despite this, the symptom often remains invisible to others.... Read More

Re: Asia, Australia and New Zealand Dyspnoea in Emergency Departments (AANZDEM) study: Rationale, design and analysis: Letters to the Editor (2015)
Journal Article
Currow, D. C., Hutchinson, A., & Johnson, M. J. (2015). Re: Asia, Australia and New Zealand Dyspnoea in Emergency Departments (AANZDEM) study: Rationale, design and analysis: Letters to the Editor. Emergency medicine Australasia : EMA, 27(5), (498-499). doi:10.1111/1742-6723.12429. ISSN 1742-6731

Dear Editor, Kelly et al. are to be commended for studying the health service implications of people who present to EDs with symptomatic breathlessness, rather than studying the underlying disease(s) that are coded as a result of the ED consul... Read More