Audit of computerized recall scheme for cervical cytology

Reynolds, Maureen T.; Richards, Clive W.
May 1982
British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition);5/8/1982, Vol. 284 Issue 6326, p1375
Academic Journal
Presents a survey on the efficacy of computerized recall scheme for cervical cytology in Great Britain. Components and definition of the computerized recall scheme in cervical cytology; Description of the method; Rate of use in general practice.


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