Screening

Screening

Screening for human papillomavirus infection

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Author: 
J. Kenneth Johnson
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Canadian Task Force on Preventive Health Care
Publication Date: 
1992
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London, ON

Reviews the evidence for and against HPV screening in asymptomatic women and concludes that screening should not be done since therapy is ineffective and potentially harmful.

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Periodic health examination, 1995 update: 1. Screening for human papillomavirus infection in asymptomatic women

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Ken Johnson
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Canadian Task Force on Preventitive Health Care
Publication Date: 
1995
Publication Place: 
London, ON

Reviews the evidence for screening for human papillomavirus (HPV) infection in asymptomatic women.

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Includes bibliographical references.

Screening for breast cancer

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Brenda J. Morrison
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Canadian Task Force on Preventive Health Care
Publication Date: 
1994
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London, ON

Recommends clinical examination and mammography screening for women aged 50 to 69.

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Screening for breast cancer: 1998 rewording

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Brenda Morrison
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Canadian Task Force on Preventitive Health Care
Publication Date: 
1998
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London, ON

Demonstrates that there is good evidence for breast cancer screening women aged 50-69 years by clinical examination and mammography every 1-2 years.

PEI well-women's clinics: a case study of gender specific clinics to increase screening rates

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Les cliniques pour le bien-êtres des femmes a l'Î.-P.-É. : une étude de cas portant sur les cliniques desservant un sexe spécifique et visant à augmenter les taux de dépistage
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Atlantic Centre of Excellence for Womens' Health (ACEWH)
Centres of Excellence for Womens Health (CEWH)
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Moving Towards Women's Health
Publication Date: 
2001
Publication Place: 
Halifax, NS

Provides a summary of research that examined gender-specific clinics as models for intervention.

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ACEWH GEND.M68 2001

Cross sectional study of conventional cervical smear, monolayer cytology, and human papillomavirus DNA testing for cervical canc

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Joël Coste
Béatrix Cochand-Priollet
Patricia de Cremoux
Catherine Le Galès
Isabelle Cartier
Vincent Molinié
Sylvain Labbé
Marie-Cécile Vacher-Lavenu
Philippe Vielh
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British Medical Journal
Publication Date: 
2003
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London, UK

Compares the sensitivity, specificity, and interobserver reliability of conventional cervical smear tests, monolayer cytology, and human papillomavirus testing for screening for cervical cancer.

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ISSN 14685833

You and your health: a woman's handbook

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British Columbia Ministry of Health Planning, Office of the Special Advisor, Women's and Senior's Health
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British Columbia Ministry of Health Planning
Publication Date: 
2001
Publication Place: 
Victoria, BC

Focuses on preventing, identifying and managing common women's health concerns, acknowledging gender as a determinant of health. The booklet is written with the idea that women can do a great deal to protect their health by learning about positive lifestyle choices and about how to develop healthy living and working environments.

Bone mineral density testing: does the evidence support its selective use in well women?

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C.J. Green
K.L. Bassett
V. Foerster
A. Kazanjian
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BC Office of Health Technology Assessment
Publication Date: 
1997
Publication Place: 
Vancouver, BC

Exposes the other side of the debate about bone mineral density testing and reviews evidence-based literature to uncover some facts about BMD testing and osteoporosis that have not received public attention. Suggests that testing may actually misdirect treatment efforts "away from the majority of women who will ultimately suffer fractures," by focussing attention on the minority with low bone mineral density.

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OSTE.G74 1997
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