WK Tim Wong
WK Tim Wong
Senior Research Associate, UNSW Australia
Verified email at unsw.edu.au - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Talking about sex after cancer: a discourse analytic study of health care professional accounts of sexual communication with patients
JM Ussher, J Perz, E Gilbert, WKT Wong, C Mason, K Hobbs, L Kirsten
Psychology & health 28 (12), 1370-1390, 2013
A qualitative analysis of changes in relationship dynamics and roles between people with cancer and their primary informal carer
JM Ussher, WK Tim Wong, J Perz
Health: 15 (6), 650-667, 2011
Renegotiating sex and intimacy after cancer: resisting the coital imperative
JM Ussher, J Perz, E Gilbert, WKT Wong, K Hobbs
Cancer Nursing 36 (6), 454-462, 2013
Strength through adversity: Bereaved cancer carers' accounts of rewards and personal growth from caring
WKT Wong, J Ussher, J Perz
Palliative & Supportive Care 7 (2), 187-196, 2009
Bereaved informal cancer carers making sense of their palliative care experiences at home
WKT Wong, J Ussher
Health & social care in the community 17 (3), 274-282, 2009
The gendered construction and experience of difficulties and rewards in cancer care
JM Ussher, M Sandoval, J Perz, WKT Wong, P Butow
Qualitative Health Research 23 (7), 900-915, 2013
Purity, privacy and procreation: constructions and experiences of sexual and reproductive health in Assyrian and Karen women living in Australia
JM Ussher, M Rhyder-Obid, J Perz, M Rae, TWK Wong, P Newman
Sexuality & Culture 16 (4), 467-485, 2012
Men's experiences of sexuality after cancer: a material discursive intra-psychic approach
E Gilbert, JM Ussher, J Perz, WKT Wong, K Hobbs, C Mason
Culture, Health & Sexuality 15 (8), 881-895, 2013
Counseling support for the forgotten transgender community
EA Riley, WKT Wong, G Sitharthan
Journal of Gay & Lesbian Social Services 23 (3), 395-410, 2011
Life with HIV and AIDS in the era of effective treatments:‘It's not just about living longer!’
WKT Wong, JM Ussher
Social Theory & Health 6 (2), 117-131, 2008
How do subjectively-constructed meanings ascribed to anti-HIV treatments affect treatment-adherent practice?
WKT Wong, J Ussher
Qualitative health research 18 (4), 458-468, 2008
Motivators and barriers of tamoxifen use as risk-reducing medication amongst women at increased breast cancer risk: a systematic literature review
B Meiser, WKT Wong, M Peate, C Julian-Reynier, J Kirk, G Mitchell
Hereditary cancer in clinical practice 15 (1), 14, 2017
A Qualitative Study of Medical Oncologists' Experiences of Their Profession and Workforce Sustainability
A Broom, WKT Wong, E Kirby, D Sibbritt, D Karikios, ...
PLOS One 11 (11), e0166302, 2016
Sexuality and intimacy in the context of cancer
JM Ussher, J Perz, E Gilbert, Y Hawkins, WKT Wong
Topics in cancer survivorship, 73-94, 2012
Exploring clinicians’ attitudes about using aspirin for risk reduction in people with Lynch syndrome with no personal diagnosis of colorectal cancer
Y Chen, M Peate, R Kaur, B Meiser, T Wong, J Kirk, RL Ward, A Goodwin, ...
Familial cancer 16 (1), 99-109, 2017
Renegotiating sex and intimacy after cancer
JM Ussher, J Perz, E Gilbert, WKT Wong, K Hobbs
Cancer Nurs 36, 454-462, 2013
Prostate cancer information needs of Australian gay and bisexual men
Wong, WKT, Lowe, A, Dowsett, GW, Duncan, D, O'Keeffe, D, & Mitchell, A
Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia, 2013
Evaluation of an online communication skills training programme for oncology nurses working with patients from minority backgrounds
R Kaur, B Meiser, E Zilliacus, WKT Wong, L Woodland, K Watts, ...
Supportive Care in Cancer 27 (5), 1951-1960, 2019
What lies beneath? Experiencing emotions and caring in oncology
WKT Wong, A Broom, E Kirby, Z Lwin
Health, 1363459318800168, 2018
Evaluation of an Online Communication Skills Training Programme for Oncology Health Care Professionals Working with Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Patients
B Meiser, R Kaur, E Zilliacus, T Wong, L Woodland, S Tomkins, D Kissane, ...
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