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Fiona's Publications & Presentations

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles:

  • Lynch, F. A., et al. (2023). Evaluation of Managing Cancer and Living Meaningfully (CALM) in people with advanced non-small cell lung cancer treated with immunotherapies or targeted therapies: Protocol for a single-arm, mixed-methods pilot study. BMJ Open, 13(7) 

  • Lynch, F. A., et al. (2020). Feasibility and Acceptability of Fear-Less: A Stepped-care Program to Manage Fear of Cancer Recurrence in People with Metastatic Melanoma. Journal of Clinical Medicine, 9(9)

  • Lynch, F. A., Moulding R., McGillivray, J. A. (2017). Phenomenology of hoarding in children with ADHD. Comprehensive Psychiatry, 16, 1-10.

  • Lynch, F. A., McGillivray, J. A., Moulding, R., & Byrne, L. (2015). Hoarding in attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder: Understanding the comorbidity. Journal of Obsessive Compulsive and Related Disorders, 4, 37-46

  • ​Smith, A.B., Gao, M., Tran, M, Ftanou, M., Jegathees, S., Wu, V., Jefford, M., Lynch, F....Bamboje-Ayodele, A. (2023). Evaluation of the validity and screening performance of a revised single-item fear of cancer recurrence screening measure (FCR-1r). Psychooncology, 32(6), 961-971.

  • Tran MJ, Jefford M, Smith B, Lynch F,...Ftanou M. (2022). Study protocol for the evaluation of Fear-Less: a stepped-care program for fear of cancer recurrence in survivors with early-stage disease. Pilot Feasibility Stud. 2022 Aug 10;8(1):177. 

Conference Presentations:

  • Lynch, F. et al. (2023, August). The acceptability and potential impact of Managing Cancer and Living Meaningfully (CALM) in people treated with immunotherapies or targeted therapies. Symposium presentation by F. Lynch in symposium Living with advanced cancer with a long-term response to novel therapies: strategies for coping with uncertainty at International Psycho-oncology Society (IPOS) World Congress 2023, Milan, Italy. 

  • Lynch, F. & Todd, J. (2023, August). Online group psychoeducation for people with cancer referred to clinical psychology – a stepped-care model. Oral presentation at International Psycho-oncology Society (IPOS) World Congress 2023, Milan, Italy. 

  • Lynch, F. et al. (2023, July). Acceptability and feasibility of Managing Cancer and Living Meaningfully (CALM) in people with advanced non-small cell lung cancer treated with immunotherapies or targeted therapies. Oral presentation by F. Lynch at Thoracic Oncology Group Australia (TOGA) Annual Scientific Meeting, Melbourne.  

  • Lynch, F. (2022, August). Invited speaker – see below; 2022 World Conference on Lung Cancer, Austria. 

  • Lynch, F., & Bag, S. (2022, March). An Online Group Psychoeducation Intervention for Psychology Cancer Outpatients. Poster presentation by F. Lynch. 4th Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre (VCCC) Conference 2022, Melbourne.

  • Lynch, F., Ftanou, M. (2021, November). Fear of cancer recurrence in people treated with immunotherapies. Oral presentation by F. Lynch at Clinical Oncology Society of Australia (COSA) Annual Scientific Meeting 2021, Melbourne.

  • Tran, M., Jefford, M., McDowell, L., Shaw, J., Lynch F., et al. (2021, November). Implementing screening for, and management of fear of cancer recurrence, in clinical cancer care. Oral presentation by M. Tran at COSA Annual Scientific Meeting 2021, Melbourne.

  • Ftanou, M., Lynch, F., et al., (2020, March). ‘Fear-Less’ a stepped-care intervention to address FCR in survivors with Stage IV melanoma treated with novel therapies. Oral presentation by F. Lynch at VCCC 3rd Victorian Cancer Survivorship Conference, Melbourne.

  • Dax, V., Lynch F., et al., (2019, November). Development of a self-management resource to treat fear of cancer recurrence and progression. Poster presentation by V. Dax at VCCC 5th Victorian Psycho-oncology Conference, Melbourne.

  • Crowe, J., Ismail, H., Loeliger, J., Trail, A., Edbrooke, L., Quinn, S., Hall, T., Bruns, E., Lynch, F., et al., (2019, November). Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre Prehabilitation program: Evaluation of expanded allied health service. Poster presentation by S. Quinn at COSA Annual Scientific Meeting, Adelaide.

  • Lynch, F., et al., (2019, September). Feasibility of Fear-Less: a stepped-care model to treat fear of cancer recurrence and progression in patients with stage IV melanoma treated with immuno- or targeted therapies. Oral presentation by F. Lynch at IPOS 2019 World Congress, Banff, Canada.

  • Crowe, J., Ismail, H., Loeliger, J., Trail, A., Edbrooke, L., Quinn, S., Hall, T., Bruns, E., Lynch, F., et al., (2019, September). Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre Prehabilitation program: Evaluation of expanded allied health service. Poster presentation by J. Crowe at VCCC Research Conference 2019, Melbourne.

  • Lynch, F., et al., (2019, March). Fear-Less: Fear of cancer recurrence and progression in melanoma survivors on novel therapies. Poster presentation by F. Lynch at the COSA Survivorship conference, Sydney.

 

Guest Speaker:

  • Invited speaker: 'Fear of progression in people with treated with immunotherapies or targeted therapies'. 2022 World Conference on Lung Cancer, Austria (August, 2022).

  • Expert panel member: ‘The important role allied health plays in the care of cancer patients post treatment – an interactive case review’. ACSC, Cancer Council Victoria, and Clinical Oncology Society of Australia (August, 2020)

  • Invited Panel Member at Allied Health Symposium on ‘Reducing the Health Impacts of Head and Neck Cancer’ (Deferred, 2020)

  • Guest Speaker at Fear-Less Webinar, Peter Mac (August, 2019).

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