Screening : evidence and practice / Angela E. Raffle, J.A. Muir Gray.

Screening is the routine testing of populations to identify individuals who may have a particular medical condition or disease. This book covers the theory and evidence behind screening, and serves as a practical, non-technical introduction to the subject, for public health practitioners involved in...

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Main Author: Raffle, Angela E.
Other Authors: Gray, J. A. Muir (John Armstrong Muir)
Format: eBook
Published: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2007.
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Table of Contents:
  • How screening started
  • What screening is, and is not
  • What screening does
  • Measuring what screening does
  • Implementing screening
  • Quality assuring screening programmes
  • Day to day management of screening for public health practitioners and programme managers
  • Making screening policy.