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  • Cervical screening
    more CERVIVA HPV Cervical screening CERVIVA study highlights the influential role of GPs in women s cervical screening behaviours Tuesday June 17 2014 13 24 A new paper published in Family Practice by CERVIVA researchers based at the National Read more Cervical screening CERVIVA Attendance GP New study reveals the emotional impact of HPV testing for the follow up of abnormal cervical smears or treatment for CIN may be modest

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  • Psychological and physical health & healthcare utilisation associated with whether men have a prostate specific antigen (PSA) test | National Cancer Registry Ireland
    Links Tweets by IrishCancerReg Psychological and physical health healthcare utilisation associated with whether men have a prostate specific antigen PSA test Status message The text size have been saved as 100 The text size have been saved as 100 The text size have been saved as 93 A new paper published in BMC Family Practice by researchers in the National Cancer Registry and Trinity College Dublin investigates what predicts whether or not a man undergoes a PSA test In this study funded by the Irish Cancer Society and the Health Research Board the research team used data from a population representative sample of 3 628 men aged 50 years or older enrolled by The Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing TILDA TILDA participants underwent structured interviews health assessments and completed standardised questionnaires during which men were asked whether they had ever had a PSA test The research team found that 68 2 of men had ever had a PSA test Men s psychological and physical health was associated with likelihood of having ever had a PSA test Men who had sub threshold depression and who were frailer were significantly less likely to have been tested Furthermore men with anxiety smokers and those eligible for free GP appointments were less likely to have had a PSA test However men who had more chronic illnesses and who visited the GP more often were more likely to have had a PSA test as were those who had cholesterol testing and influenza vaccinations This study identified factors which both positively and negatively influence whether men have a PSA test Given how widespread testing is in Ireland what underlies some of the associations requires further investigation External link http www tilda ie Cancers Prostate Related papers Prostate specific antigen testing is associated with men s psychological

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  • Psychological and physical health & healthcare utilisation associated with whether men have a prostate specific antigen (PSA) test | National Cancer Registry Ireland
    Registry and Trinity College Dublin investigates what predicts whether or not a man undergoes a PSA test In this study funded by the Irish Cancer Society and the Health Research Board the research team used data from a population representative sample of 3 628 men aged 50 years or older enrolled by The Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing TILDA TILDA participants underwent structured interviews health assessments and completed standardised questionnaires during which men were asked whether they had ever had a PSA test The research team found that 68 2 of men had ever had a PSA test Men s psychological and physical health was associated with likelihood of having ever had a PSA test Men who had sub threshold depression and who were frailer were significantly less likely to have been tested Furthermore men with anxiety smokers and those eligible for free GP appointments were less likely to have had a PSA test However men who had more chronic illnesses and who visited the GP more often were more likely to have had a PSA test as were those who had cholesterol testing and influenza vaccinations This study identified factors which both positively and negatively influence whether men have a PSA test Given how widespread testing is in Ireland what underlies some of the associations requires further investigation External link http www tilda ie Cancers Prostate Related papers Prostate specific antigen testing is associated with men s psychological and physical health and their healthcare utilisation in a nationally representative sample a cross sectional study The number of tPSA tests continues to rise and variation in testing practices persists a survey of laboratory services in Ireland 2008 2010 Factors prompting PSA testing of asymptomatic men in a country with no guidelines a national survey of general practitioners Trends in prostate

    Original URL path: http://www.ncri.ie/news/article/psychological-and-physical-health-healthcare-utilisation-associated-whether-men-have?theme=accessible (2014-07-21)
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  • The number of tPSA tests continues to rise and variation in testing practices persists: a survey of laboratory services in Ireland 2008-2010 | National Cancer Registry Ireland
    reports Scientific papers Presentations All Ireland cancer statistics Infographics Research Research themes Descriptive epidemiology Health services research Aetiological research Research projects Research publications Research reports Scientific papers Presentations Research partners Research team FAQs All FAQs FAQs about us About our data how we collect it Using interpreting our data Cancer information Troubleshooting The number of tPSA tests continues to rise and variation in testing practices persists a survey of laboratory services in Ireland 2008 2010 Home Research Research publications Scientific papers The number of tPSA tests continues to rise and var Research themes Descriptive epidemiology Health services research Aetiological research Research projects Research publications Research reports Scientific papers Presentations Research partners Research team Status Epublication ahead of print Publication date Friday September 27 2013 Cancers Prostate Related staff Dr Frances Drummond Prof Linda Sharp External link http link springer com article 10 1007 s11845 013 1022 y Authors Drummond FJ Barrett E Burns R O Neill C Sharp L Journal Ir J Med Sci PMID 24072433 Related news Psychological and physical health healthcare utilisation associated with whether men have a prostate specific antigen PSA test Related projects Cost effectiveness of PSA testing for the secondary prevention of prostate cancer Printer

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  • Factors prompting PSA-testing of asymptomatic men in a country with no guidelines: a national survey of general practitioners | National Cancer Registry Ireland
    statistics Infographics Research Research themes Descriptive epidemiology Health services research Aetiological research Research projects Research publications Research reports Scientific papers Presentations Research partners Research team FAQs All FAQs FAQs about us About our data how we collect it Using interpreting our data Cancer information Troubleshooting Factors prompting PSA testing of asymptomatic men in a country with no guidelines a national survey of general practitioners Home Research Research publications Scientific papers Factors prompting PSA testing of asymptomatic men Research themes Descriptive epidemiology Health services research Aetiological research Research projects Research publications Research reports Scientific papers Presentations Research partners Research team Status Published Publication date January 2009 Cancers Prostate Related staff Dr Frances Drummond Ms Anne Elie Carsin former staff Dr Harry Comber Retired Prof Linda Sharp Attachment Size Factors prompting PSA testing of asymptomatic men pdf 323 62 KB External link http www biomedcentral com 1471 2296 10 3 Authors Drummond FJ Carsin AE Sharp L Comber H Journal BMC Fam Pract Volume 10 Page numbers 3 PMID 19138385 Related news Psychological and physical health healthcare utilisation associated with whether men have a prostate specific antigen PSA test Related projects Factors underlying differences and trends in PSA testing biopsy and prostate

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  • Trends in prostate specific antigen testing in Ireland: lessons from a country without guidelines | National Cancer Registry Ireland
    papers Presentations All Ireland cancer statistics Infographics Research Research themes Descriptive epidemiology Health services research Aetiological research Research projects Research publications Research reports Scientific papers Presentations Research partners Research team FAQs All FAQs FAQs about us About our data how we collect it Using interpreting our data Cancer information Troubleshooting Trends in prostate specific antigen testing in Ireland lessons from a country without guidelines Home Research Research publications Scientific papers Trends in prostate specific antigen testing in Ire Research themes Descriptive epidemiology Health services research Aetiological research Research projects Research publications Research reports Scientific papers Presentations Research partners Research team Status Published Publication date March 2010 Cancers Prostate Related staff Dr Frances Drummond Ms Anne Elie Carsin former staff Prof Linda Sharp Dr Harry Comber Retired External link http link springer com article 10 1007 2Fs11845 009 0376 7 Authors Drummond FJ Carsin AE Sharp L Comber H Journal Ir J Med Sci Volume 179 Issue 1 Page numbers 43 49 PMID 19562407 Related news Psychological and physical health healthcare utilisation associated with whether men have a prostate specific antigen PSA test Related projects Factors underlying differences and trends in PSA testing biopsy and prostate cancer incidence in Ireland 1994

    Original URL path: http://www.ncri.ie/research/scientific-papers/trends-prostate-specific-antigen-testing-ireland-lessons-country-without (2014-07-21)
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  • Psychological and physical health & healthcare utilisation associated with whether men have a prostate specific antigen (PSA) test
    2 of men had ever had a PSA test Men s psychological and physical health was associated with likelihood of having ever had a PSA test Men who had sub threshold depression and who were frailer were significantly less likely to have been tested Furthermore men with anxiety smokers and those eligible for free GP appointments were less likely to have had a PSA test However men who had more chronic illnesses and who visited the GP more often were more likely to have had a PSA test as were those who had cholesterol testing and influenza vaccinations This study identified factors which both positively and negatively influence whether men have a PSA test Given how widespread testing is in Ireland what underlies some of the associations requires further investigation External link http www tilda ie 3 Cancers Prostate 4 Related papers Prostate specific antigen testing is associated with men s psychological and physical health and their healthcare utilisation in a nationally representative sample a cross sectional study 5 The number of tPSA tests continues to rise and variation in testing practices persists a survey of laboratory services in Ireland 2008 2010 6 Factors prompting PSA testing of asymptomatic men in a country with no guidelines a national survey of general practitioners 7 Trends in prostate specific antigen testing in Ireland lessons from a country without guidelines 8 Related projects PiCTure Prostate Cancer Treatment the effect on health related quality of life and other patient reported outcomes 9 on Wed 25 06 2014 11 08 by mocallaghan 10 Men 11 PSA 12 Trinity College Dublin 13 National Cancer Registry 2014 Sitemap Accessibility statement Privacy Disclaimer Freedom of information Ombudsman Statutory declarations Source URL http www ncri ie news article psychological and physical health healthcare utilisation associated whether men have Links

    Original URL path: http://www.ncri.ie/print/news/article/psychological-and-physical-health-healthcare-utilisation-associated-whether-men-have (2014-07-21)
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  • Psychological and physical health & healthcare utilisation associated with whether men have a prostate specific antigen (PSA) test | National Cancer Registry Ireland
    Registry and Trinity College Dublin investigates what predicts whether or not a man undergoes a PSA test In this study funded by the Irish Cancer Society and the Health Research Board the research team used data from a population representative sample of 3 628 men aged 50 years or older enrolled by The Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing TILDA TILDA participants underwent structured interviews health assessments and completed standardised questionnaires during which men were asked whether they had ever had a PSA test The research team found that 68 2 of men had ever had a PSA test Men s psychological and physical health was associated with likelihood of having ever had a PSA test Men who had sub threshold depression and who were frailer were significantly less likely to have been tested Furthermore men with anxiety smokers and those eligible for free GP appointments were less likely to have had a PSA test However men who had more chronic illnesses and who visited the GP more often were more likely to have had a PSA test as were those who had cholesterol testing and influenza vaccinations This study identified factors which both positively and negatively influence whether men have a PSA test Given how widespread testing is in Ireland what underlies some of the associations requires further investigation External link http www tilda ie Cancers Prostate Related papers Prostate specific antigen testing is associated with men s psychological and physical health and their healthcare utilisation in a nationally representative sample a cross sectional study The number of tPSA tests continues to rise and variation in testing practices persists a survey of laboratory services in Ireland 2008 2010 Factors prompting PSA testing of asymptomatic men in a country with no guidelines a national survey of general practitioners Trends in prostate

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