Dr Jolyn Hersch
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Use of a decision aid including information on overdetection to support informed choice about breast cancer screening: a randomised controlled trial
J Hersch, A Barratt, J Jansen, L Irwig, K McGeechan, G Jacklyn, ...
The Lancet 385 (9978), 1642-1652, 2015
Women˘s views on overdiagnosis in breast cancer screening: a qualitative study
J Hersch, J Jansen, A Barratt, L Irwig, N Houssami, K Howard, H Dhillon, ...
BMJ 346, f158, 2013
Lexical precision in skilled readers: Individual differences in masked neighbor priming.
S Andrews, J Hersch
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 139 (2), 299, 2010
Psychosocial interventions and quality of life in gynaecological cancer patients: a systematic review
J Hersch, I Juraskova, M Price, B Mullan
Psycho‐Oncology: Journal of the Psychological, Social and Behavioral …, 2009
Walking the tightrope: communicating overdiagnosis in modern healthcare
KJ McCaffery, J Jansen, LD Scherer, H Thornton, J Hersch, SM Carter, ...
Bmj 352, 2016
Lexical quality and reading skill: Bottom-up and top-down contributions to sentence processing
J Hersch, S Andrews
Scientific Studies of Reading 16 (3), 240-262, 2012
How do we achieve informed choice for women considering breast screening?
J Hersch, J Jansen, L Irwig, A Barratt, H Thornton, K Howard, K McCaffery
Preventive medicine 53 (3), 144-146, 2011
Public opinions about overdiagnosis: a national community survey
R Moynihan, B Nickel, J Hersch, E Beller, J Doust, S Compton, A Barratt, ...
PLoS One 10 (5), e0125165, 2015
Neurocognitive deficits and psychiatric disorders in a NSW prison population
L Kavanagh, D Rowe, J Hersch, KJ Barnett, R Reznik
International Journal of Law and Psychiatry 33 (1), 20-26, 2010
The effect of information about overdetection of breast cancer on women's decision-making about mammography screening: study protocol for a randomised controlled trial
J Hersch, A Barratt, J Jansen, N Houssami, L Irwig, G Jacklyn, H Dhillon, ...
BMJ open 4 (5), e004990, 2014
How different terminology for ductal carcinoma in situ impacts women's concern and treatment preferences: a randomised comparison within a national community survey
K McCaffery, B Nickel, R Moynihan, J Hersch, A Teixeira-Pinto, L Irwig, ...
BMJ open 5 (11), 2015
Public preferences for communicating personal genomic risk information: a focus group study
AK Smit, LA Keogh, J Hersch, AJ Newson, P Butow, G Williams, AE Cust
Health Expectations 19 (6), 1203-1214, 2016
What do you think overdiagnosis means? A qualitative analysis of responses from a national community survey of Australians
R Moynihan, B Nickel, J Hersch, J Doust, A Barratt, E Beller, K McCaffery
BMJ open 5 (5), 2015
Overdetection in breast cancer screening: development and preliminary evaluation of a decision aid
J Hersch, J Jansen, A Barratt, L Irwig, N Houssami, G Jacklyn, H Thornton, ...
BMJ open 4 (9), 2014
Improving communication about cancer screening: moving towards informed decision making
JK Hersch, BL Nickel, A Ghanouni, J Jansen, KJ McCaffery
Public Health Research & Practice 27 (2), 2017
How different terminology for ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) impacts women's concern and management preferences: A qualitative study
B Nickel, A Barratt, J Hersch, R Moynihan, L Irwig, K McCaffery
The Breast 24 (5), 673-679, 2015
The differential effects of presenting uncertainty around benefits and harms on treatment decision making
J Sladakovic, J Jansen, J Hersch, R Turner, K McCaffery
Patient education and counseling 99 (6), 974-980, 2016
Impact of extending screening mammography to older women: Information to support informed choices
G Jacklyn, K Howard, L Irwig, N Houssami, J Hersch, A Barratt
International Journal of Cancer, 2017
Decision-making about mammographic screening: pursuing informed choice
J Hersch, J Jansen, K McCaffery
Climacteric 21 (3), 209-213, 2018
Informed and shared decision making in breast screening
J Hersch, J Jansen, K McCaffery
Breast cancer screening: Making sense of complex and evolving evidence, 403-420, 2016
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