2 edition of Factors affecting non-response to cervical cytology screening in Norfolk found in the catalog.
Factors affecting non-response to cervical cytology screening in Norfolk
by University of East Anglia, Centre for Health Policy Research in Norwich
Written in English
|Statement||Graham Bentham ...[et al.].|
|Series||Research report -- no.4|
|Contributions||University of East Anglia. Centre for Health Policy Research.|
Cervical cancer screening in developing countries: report of a WHO consultation. neoplasms – diagnosis stic techniques, Obstetrical and gynaecological – utilization al health programmes – organization and administration ines ping countries. Objectives/setting:The effectiveness of screening programmes may be improved by knowledge of factors affecting screening uptake, disease prevalence and Cited by:
Normal cytology doesn’t always mean cancer-free. Up to one-third of cervical cancers occur in screened women with normal Pap cytology. 1,2 Liquid-based cytology (LBC) screening has been useful in significantly reducing the incidence and mortality rate of cervical cancer. 3 Despite having high specificity, cytology has lower sensitivity than HPV testing, resulting in missed disease in. 1. Conventional: cervical cells are collected using a wooden spatula and/or brush and placed on glass slide. Least expensive method. (cannot do HPV testing here) if have bleeding etc hard to read slide - comes back abnormal. 2. Liquid Prep: cervical cells are obtained w/ a "broom" & placed into a bottle containing liquid.
Screening is performed using cervical cytology (Pap test) or a human papillomavirus (HPV) test, or a combination of the two tests. Techniques for obtaining specimens for cervical cytology and HPV testing are reviewed here. Screening strategies and interpretation of the cervical cytology . Combination of cervical cytology and high‐risk human papillomavirus (HR‐HPV) testing, co‐testing, has been increasingly used in screening cervical cancers. The present study summarized the outcome of co‐testing by reviewing 3‐year clinical and pathological follow‐up by: 2.
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The former relationships were weaker under the new system, but non-response was still significantly associated with both social and organisational factors. Key words--cervical cytology, screening, uptake, geographic information system INTRODUCTION Factors affecting non-response to cervical cytology screening in Norfolk book screening provides the opportunity to detect and treat pre-invasive neoplasia that might otherwise develop into by: Regression analysis was employed to explore the extent to which variations in non-response were associated with explanatory factors.
Non-response to the earlier system of opportunistic screening was found to be associated with the size of practice, the presence of a female doctor, the District Health Authority in which the practice was located, the age structure of the practice population, its degree of Cited by: Downloadable (with restrictions).
A geographic information system was used to integrate information on the uptake of cervical cytology screening for general medical practices in Norfolk with other data on the characteristics of the practices and the population they served.
Regression analysis was employed to explore the extent to which variations in non-response were associated with. Key words--cervical cytology, screening, uptake, geographic information system INTRODUCTION et al.
 conclude that non-response is likely to be Cervical screening provides the opportunity to detect and treat pre-invasive neoplasia that might otherwise develop into cancer. Factors affecting non-response to cervical cytology screening in Norfolk, England system was used to integrate information on the uptake of cervical cytology screening for general medical practices in Norfolk with other data on the characteristics of the practices and the population they served.
analysis was employed to explore the. Factors affecting non-response to cervical cytology screening in Norfolk, England.
Auteur BENTHAM (G.); HINTON (J.); HAYNES (R.); LOVETT (A.); BESTWICK (C.) Collectivité auteur Univ East Anglia. School environmental sci.
Norwich. GBR Source SOCIAL SCIENCE AND MEDICINE, N° 1,pages14 réf. Type de document ARTICLE. Bentham CG. Factors affecting non-response to cervical cytology screening in Norfolk, England. Soc Sci Med. ; – doi: /(94)EW. Lovett A, Haynes R, Sunnenberg G, Gale S. Car travel time and accessibility by bus to general practitioner services: a study using patient registers and by: Factors affecting non-response to cervical cytology screening in Norfolk, England pp.
Graham Bentham, Jackie Hinton, Robin Haynes, Andrew Lovett and Chris Bestwick On this page. Patient Preparation: Proper patient preparation is the beginning of good cervical cytology. The patient should be instructed before coming for smear collection, that she should not douche the vagina for at least a day before the Size: KB.
Provides a detailed outline of technical factors to be considered in setting up a screening programme for the early detection of cervical cancer. Addressed to decision-makers, the book is designed to make readers aware of all factors, from staff and equipment needs to costs and common pitfalls, that can influence the success of cytological.
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For technical questions regarding this item, or to correct its authors, title. guidelines, (4) Bentham, J., et al., Factors affecting non-response to cervical cytology screening in Norfolk, England, So, women have an increasing impact in the health infrastructure.
Bentham, G, Hinton, J, Haynes, R. Factors affecting non-response to cervical cytology screening in Norfolk, factors associated with the acceptance and completion of recommended procedures. Factors affecting the detection rate of human papilloma : Ali Kara, Chidem Kurdas, Michael DeStefano, Richard R Bacha.
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Factors affecting non-response to cervical cytology screening in Norfolk, England. * Views captured on Cambridge Core Cited by: To assess the sensitivity, the number needed to screen (NNS) and the positive predictive value (PPV) of cervical cytology for the diagnosis of cancer by age in a screening population.
Methods. A retrospective cohort of women with invasive cervical cancer nested within a census of cervical by: 9. Risk Factors for Cervical Cancer. The Spectrum of HPV Related Diseases. Future Directions in Research and Public Health. Acknowledgments. References. Chapter Vaccination and Screening in Cervical Cancer Control and Prevention.
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Managers have faced pressures to reduce unit costs and, in particular, the “wasteful Cited by: Bentham CG: Factors affecting non-response to cervical cytology screening in Norfolk, England. Soc Sci Med./(94)EW. PubMed. Cervical cancer screening in The Netherlands practice had the greatest likelihood of screening uptake.
A non-response study was performed; the non-responders to the questionnaire (mainly. Non - Cervical Cytology Specimen requirements The Cytology core hours are from am to pm. There is no on-call service for Cytology. This should be taken into consideration for any samples taken outside of the core hours as any storage will potentially be detrimental to the sample quality and the cytological assessment of the sample.().
Factors affecting non-response to cervical cytology screening in Norfolk, England. Soc Sci Med (). Geographic location and mental health services utilization among .Discourse and the individual in cervical cancer screening. factors such as childbirth and. affecting non-response to cervical cytology screening in Norfolk, : Natalie Armstrong.