Sandi Dheensa
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Beyond individualism: Is there a place for relational autonomy in clinical practice and research?
ES Dove, SE Kelly, F Lucivero, M Machirori, S Dheensa, B Prainsack
Clinical ethics 12 (3), 150-165, 2017
Health-care professionals’ responsibility to patients’ relatives in genetic medicine: a systematic review and synthesis of empirical research
S Dheensa, A Fenwick, S Shkedi-Rafid, G Crawford, A Lucassen
Genetics in Medicine 18 (4), 290-301, 2016
‘Is this knowledge mine and nobody else's? I don't feel that.’Patient views about consent, confidentiality and information-sharing in genetic medicine
S Dheensa, A Fenwick, A Lucassen
Journal of Medical Ethics 42 (3), 174-179, 2016
Recontacting patients in clinical genetics services: recommendations of the European Society of Human Genetics
D Carrieri, HC Howard, C Benjamin, AJ Clarke, S Dheensa, S Doheny, ...
European Journal of Human Genetics 27 (2), 169-182, 2019
Defining and managing incidental findings in genetic and genomic practice
S Shkedi-Rafid, S Dheensa, G Crawford, A Fenwick, A Lucassen
Journal of medical genetics 51 (11), 715-723, 2014
Healthcare professionals’ and patients’ perspectives on consent to clinical genetic testing: moving towards a more relational approach
GN Samuel, S Dheensa, B Farsides, A Fenwick, A Lucassen
BMC Medical Ethics 18, 1-11, 2017
Limitations and pitfalls of using family letters to communicate genetic risk: a qualitative study with patients and healthcare professionals
S Dheensa, A Lucassen, A Fenwick
Journal of Genetic Counseling 27, 689-701, 2018
Men's experiences of antenatal screening: a metasynthesis of the qualitative research
S Dheensa, A Metcalfe, RA Williams
International journal of nursing studies 50 (1), 121-133, 2013
Recontact in clinical practice: a survey of clinical genetics services in the United Kingdom
D Carrieri, AM Lucassen, AJ Clarke, S Dheensa, S Doheny, ...
Genetics in Medicine 18 (9), 876-881, 2016
Approaching confidentiality at a familial level in genomic medicine: a focus group study with healthcare professionals
S Dheensa, A Fenwick, A Lucassen
BMJ Open 7 (2), 2017
Recontacting in clinical practice: an investigation of the views of healthcare professionals and clinical scientists in the United Kingdom
D Carrieri, S Dheensa, S Doheny, AJ Clarke, PD Turnpenny, ...
European Journal of Human Genetics 25 (3), 275-279, 2017
A'joint venture'model of recontacting in clinical genomics: challenges for responsible implementation
S Dheensa, D Carrieri, S Kelly, A Clarke, S Doheny, P Turnpenny, ...
European Journal of Medical Genetics 60 (7), 403-409, 2017
Men's involvement in antenatal screening: a qualitative pilot study using e-mail
RA Williams, S Dheensa, A Metcalfe
Midwifery 27 (6), 861-866, 2011
“From taboo to routine”: a qualitative evaluation of a hospital-based advocacy intervention for domestic violence and abuse
S Dheensa, G Halliwell, J Daw, SK Jones, G Feder
BMC health services research 20, 1-13, 2020
Recontacting or not recontacting? A survey of current practices in clinical genetics centres in Europe
F Sirchia, D Carrieri, S Dheensa, C Benjamin, H Kayserili, C Cordier, ...
European Journal of Human Genetics 26 (7), 946-954, 2018
Towards a national genomics medicine service: the challenges facing clinical-research hybrid practices and the case of the 100 000 genomes project
S Dheensa, G Samuel, AM Lucassen, B Farsides
Journal of Medical Ethics 44 (6), 397-403, 2018
Fostering trust in healthcare: Participants’ experiences, views, and concerns about the 100,000 genomes project
S Dheensa, A Lucassen, A Fenwick
European journal of medical genetics 62 (5), 335-341, 2019
Exploring broad consent in the context of the 100,000 Genomes Project: a mixed methods study
LM Ballard, RH Horton, S Dheensa, A Fenwick, AM Lucassen
European journal of human genetics 28 (6), 732-741, 2020
Recontacting in clinical practice: the views and expectations of patients in the United Kingdom
D Carrieri, S Dheensa, S Doheny, AJ Clarke, PD Turnpenny, ...
European Journal of Human Genetics 25 (10), 1106-1112, 2017
What results to disclose, when, and who decides? Healthcare professionals' views on prenatal chromosomal microarray analysis
S Shkedi‐Rafid, A Fenwick, S Dheensa, D Wellesley, AM Lucassen
Prenatal diagnosis 36 (3), 252-259, 2016
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