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This study was conducted to explore the psychologic morbidity of women recalled for diagnostic assessment during population-based mammographic screening.This study prospectively attempted to measure physical, social, and emotional well-being by the administration of a questionnaire before screening...
This National Sexual Health Strategy is Ireland’s first national framework for sexual health and wellbeing. It has been developed in response to a recommendation of the National AIDS Strategy Committee (NASC) on the need to establish clear leadership within the health sector around the area...
This leaflet provides step by step instructions on using the Faecal Occult Blood test (FOBt) for bowel cancer screening.The translations are of the 2010 versions when screening was for 60��-69 year olds but this has been extended to 60��-74 year olds.
This leaflet provides step by step instructions on using the Faecal Immunochemical Test (FIT) for bowel cancer screening.The translations are of the 2010 versions when screening was for 60��-69 year olds but this has been extended to 60��-74 year olds.
This leaflet provides information on bowel cancer and the Northern Ireland Bowel cancer screening programme.The translations are of the 2010 versions when screening was for 60-69 year olds but this has been extended to 60-74 year olds.
This leaflet provides information on further investigations participants may require, including colonoscopy.The translations are of the 2010 versions when screening was for 60��-69 year olds but this has been extended to 60��-74 year olds.
Testing for high-risk human papillomavirus (HR-HPV) as triage and test of cure was introduced into the Northern Ireland Cervical Screening Programme on Monday 28 January 2013. This policy change will significantly alter the screening pathway for women with a mild dyskaryosis or borderline smear...
Subject: Cancer, Screening
Testing for high-risk human papillomavirus (HR-HPV) as triage and test of cure was introduced into the Northern Ireland Cervical Screening Programme on Monday 28 January 2013. This policy change will significantly alter the screening pathway for women with a mild dyskaryosis or borderline smear...
Information for patients being screened for Carbapenemase Producing Enterobacteriaceae/Carbapenemase Producing Organism (CPE/CPO)
This information leaflet is for all men invited to take part in the Northern Ireland Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA) Screening Programme. Men will automatically be invited for screening in their 65th year, while men aged over 65 can request a scan through the central screening office.

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