Effectiveness of a call/recall system in improving compliance with cervical cancer screening: a rand

Buehler, Sharon K.; Parsons, Wanda L.
September 1997
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;09/01/97, Vol. 157 Issue 5, p521
Academic Journal
Presents a study to determine the effectiveness of a call/recall system in improving compliance with cervical cancer screening among women not screened in the previous three years. Design; Setting; Participants; Intervention; Main outcome measures; Results; Conclusion.


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