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Willis, Diane (2016) Failure of care in mental health trust: Déjà vu in terms of treatment of people with learning disabilities? BMJ Letters, 352 (i274). ISSN 0959-8138

Willis, Diane (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. n/a-n/a. ISSN 1354 4187 (In Press)

Willis, Diane (2015) Déjà vu in terms of treatment of people with learning disabilities? British Medical Journal. Rapid Response, 351. h6772. ISSN 0959-8138

Willis, Diane, Kilbride, Lynn, Horsburgh, Dorothy and Kennedy, C M (2015) Paid- and family-carers' views on supporting women with intellectual disability through breast screening. European Journal of Cancer Care, 24 (4). pp. 473-482. ISSN 0961-5423

Coleman, Dawn and Willis, Diane (2015) Reflective writing: The student nurse's perspective on reflective writing and poetry writing. Nurse Education Today, 35 (7). pp. 906-911. ISSN 0260 6917

Willis, Diane and Thurston, Mhairi (2015) Working with the disabled patient: Exploring student nurses views for curriculum development using a swot analysis. Nurse Education Today, 35 (2). pp. 383-387. ISSN 0260 6917

Willis, Diane (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 (1). pp. 24-31. ISSN 1354 4187

Willis, Diane (2013) Breast screening: participation of women with intellectual disabilities. Learning Disability Practice, 16 (4). pp. 24-26. ISSN 1465 8712

Willis, Diane (2012) Carte blanche to exclude women with intellectual disabilities? [Rapid Response]. British Medical Journal, 345 (e7330). ISSN 0959-535X

Willis, Diane, Wishart, Jennifer G and Muir, Walter J (2010) Carer knowledge and experiences with menopause in women with Intellectual Disabilities. Journal of Policy and Practice in Intellectual Disabilities, 7 (1). pp. 42-48. ISSN 1741 1122

Sullivan, S G, Satgé, D and Willis, Diane (2010) Cervical cancer surveillance in women with learning disabilities. International Journal of Child Health and Human Development, 3 (2). pp. 157-164. ISSN 1939-5965

Willis, Diane, Wishart, J G and Muir, W J (2010) Menopausal experiences of women with Intellectual Disabilities. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 24 (1). pp. 74-85. ISSN 1360 2322

Willis, Diane, Kennedy, Catriona and Kilbride, Lynn (2008) Breast cancer screening in women with learning disabilities: current knowledge and considerations. British Journal of Learning Disabilities, 36 (3). pp. 171-184. ISSN 1354 4187

Willis, Diane, Kennedy, Catriona, Kilbride, Lynn, Satge, Daniel and Sullivan, Sheena G (2008) Breast cancer surveillance in women with intellectual disabilities. International Journal on Disability and Human Development, 7 (4). pp. 405-412. ISSN 2191 1231

Willis, Diane (2008) A decade on, what have we learnt about supporting women with intellectual disabilities through the menopause? Journal of Intellectual Disabilities, 12 (1). pp. 9-23. ISSN 1744-6295

Wishart, J G, Willis, Diane, Cebula, K R and Pitcairn, T K (2007) Collaborative learning: comparison of outcomes for typically developing children and children with intellectual disabilities. American Journal on Mental Retardation, 112 (5). pp. 361-374. ISSN 0895 8017

Wishart, J G, Cebula, K R, Willis, Diane and Pitcairn, T K (2007) Understanding of facial expressions of emotion by children with intellectual disabilities of differing aetiology. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 51 (7). 551–563. ISSN 0964 2633

Lincoln, N B, Drummond, A E R, Edmans, J A, Yeo, G T and Willis, Diane (2007) The REY figure copy as a screening instrument fro perceptual deficits after stroke. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 61 (1). pp. 33-35. ISSN 0308-0226

Willis, Diane (2007) Same as you: health issues in women with learning disabilities after the menopause. Learning Disability Practice, 10 (9). pp. 16-22. ISSN 1465 8712

Williams, K R, NaWishart, J G, Pitcairn, T K and Willis, Diane (2005) Emotion recognition by children with Down syndrome: investigation of specific impairments and error patterns. American Journal on Mental Retardation, 110 (5). pp. 387-392. ISSN 0895 8017

Lowy, Adam, Willis, Diane and Abrams, Keith (1997) Is histological examination of tissue removed by GP's always necessary. Before and after comparison of detection rates of serious skin lesions. BMJ (Clinical research ed.), 315. pp. 406-408. ISSN 0959 8138

Willis, Diane, Nicol, R, Dossetor, D and Stretch, D S (1996) A 7 year follow up of adolescents with severe learning disabilities and their carers. British Journal of Developmental Disabilities, 153Sup. p. 29.

Lincoln, N B, Willis, Diane, Philips, S A, Juby, L C and Berman, P (1996) Comparison of rehabilitation practice on hospital wards for stroke patients. Stroke, 27 (1). pp. 18-23. ISSN 0039 2499

Willis, Diane and Foreman, N (1993) How much do teenagers know about pregnancy and birth? Clinical Psychology Forum. ISSN 1757-2142

Book Section

Willis, Diane, Kennedy, Catriona and Kilbride, Lynn (2011) Talking to older women with intellectual disabilities about participating in breast cancer screening. In: Contemporary Issues in Intellectual Disabilities. Nova Science Publishers, pp. 91-96. ISBN 978-1616680237

Willis, Diane, Satge, Daniel and Sullivan, Sheena G (2010) Breast cancer surveillance. In: Cancer in Children and Adults with Intellectual Disabilities: Current Research Aspects. Nova Science Publishers, pp. 103-112. ISBN 978-1-61761-856-7

Sullivan, Sheena G, Satge, Daniel and Willis, Diane (2010) Cervical cancer surveillance. In: Cancer in Children and Adults with Intellectual Disabilities: Current Research Aspects. Nova Science Publishers, pp. 113-122.

Book

Willis, Diane (2014) Preparing for your death. Easy Readers . FAIR, Glasgow University, Good Life, Good Death, Good Grief, Edinburgh.

Willis, Diane (2014) When someone has died: advice for those who are left behind. Easy Readers . FAIR; Glasgow University; Good Life, Good Death, Good Grief;.

Thesis

Willis, Diane (2012) An ethnographic exploration of the influences around participation in breast screening for women with learning disabilities. PhD thesis, Edinburgh Napier University.

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