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  • Trinity College Dublin | National Cancer Registry Ireland
    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 Home About us News NCRI Newsletter Contact us Complaints Access Officer What we do Governance Vacancies Our staff Links Data statistics Data we collect Cancer factsheets Online cancer incidence Survival statistics Data set download Cancer rates mapped Request data Publications Annual financial reports Cancer trends projections Statistical reports Cancer atlases Research publications Research 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 Trinity College Dublin Trinity College Dublin 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 Psychological and physical health healthcare utilisation associated with whether men have a prostate specific antigen PSA test Wednesday June 25 2014 11 08 A new paper published in BMC Family Practice by researchers in the National

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  • Trinity College Dublin
    prostate specific antigen PSA test Wednesday June 25 2014 11 08 A new paper published in BMC Family Practice by researchers in the National Cancer Registry and Trinity College Dublin investigates Read more Men PSA Trinity College Dublin National Cancer

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  • CERVIVA study highlights the influential role of GPs in women’s cervical screening behaviours | National Cancer Registry Ireland
    it Using interpreting our data Cancer information Troubleshooting About us News CERVIVA study highlights the influential role of G News NCRI Newsletter Contact us Complaints Access Officer What we do Governance Vacancies Our staff Links Tweets by IrishCancerReg CERVIVA study highlights the influential role of GPs in women s cervical screening behaviours 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 Family Practice by CERVIVA researchers based at the National Cancer Registry reports on the influential role of GPs in relation to women s cervical screening behaviours In the study which was funded by the Health Research Board the research team conducted focus groups with women from across Ireland to investigate their knowledge views and attitudes regarding cervical screening and human papilloma virus the virus which causes cervical cancer The research team found that GPs can have both a positive and negative impact on women s participation in screening The attitude of the GP towards cervical screening had a major influence on a woman s attendance for smears Whether the GP viewed smears as important and how this was communicated to the woman emerged as both a barrier and motivator to having a smear test The team also found that prompting by the GP face to face during consultations or in the form of reminder letters encouraged women to attend for smears Having a high level of trust in the GP and trust in what the GP told them in relation to cervical screening motivated women to attend Recently concerns about declining cervical screening uptake have been expressed in Ireland and internationally The findings of the current study re enforce the pivotal role of GPs in women s

    Original URL path: http://www.ncri.ie/news/article/cerviva-study-highlights-influential-role-gps-women%E2%80%99s-cervical-screening-behaviours?theme=skifi (2014-07-21)
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  • CERVIVA study highlights the influential role of GPs in women’s cervical screening behaviours | National Cancer Registry Ireland
    Newsletter Contact us Complaints Access Officer What we do Governance Vacancies Our staff Links Tweets by IrishCancerReg A new paper published in Family Practice by CERVIVA researchers based at the National Cancer Registry reports on the influential role of GPs in relation to women s cervical screening behaviours In the study which was funded by the Health Research Board the research team conducted focus groups with women from across Ireland to investigate their knowledge views and attitudes regarding cervical screening and human papilloma virus the virus which causes cervical cancer The research team found that GPs can have both a positive and negative impact on women s participation in screening The attitude of the GP towards cervical screening had a major influence on a woman s attendance for smears Whether the GP viewed smears as important and how this was communicated to the woman emerged as both a barrier and motivator to having a smear test The team also found that prompting by the GP face to face during consultations or in the form of reminder letters encouraged women to attend for smears Having a high level of trust in the GP and trust in what the GP told them in relation to cervical screening motivated women to attend Recently concerns about declining cervical screening uptake have been expressed in Ireland and internationally The findings of the current study re enforce the pivotal role of GPs in women s cervical screening attendance Ensuring GPs are engaged with the screening programme and providing on going support to them in relation to their cervical screening practices is crucial to maximising screening attendance among women in Ireland Cancers Cervix uteri Related papers Motivators for women to attend cervical screening the influential role of GPs Related projects CERVIVA Irish Cervical Screening Research Consortium on

    Original URL path: http://www.ncri.ie/news/article/cerviva-study-highlights-influential-role-gps-women%E2%80%99s-cervical-screening-behaviours?theme=accessible (2014-07-21)
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  • CERVIVA study highlights the influential role of GPs in women’s cervical screening behaviours
    screening The attitude of the GP towards cervical screening had a major influence on a woman s attendance for smears Whether the GP viewed smears as important and how this was communicated to the woman emerged as both a barrier and motivator to having a smear test The team also found that prompting by the GP face to face during consultations or in the form of reminder letters encouraged women to attend for smears Having a high level of trust in the GP and trust in what the GP told them in relation to cervical screening motivated women to attend Recently concerns about declining cervical screening uptake have been expressed in Ireland and internationally The findings of the current study re enforce the pivotal role of GPs in women s cervical screening attendance Ensuring GPs are engaged with the screening programme and providing on going support to them in relation to their cervical screening practices is crucial to maximising screening attendance among women in Ireland Cancers Cervix uteri 4 Related papers Motivators for women to attend cervical screening the influential role of GPs 1 Related projects CERVIVA Irish Cervical Screening Research Consortium 5 on Tue 17 06 2014 13 24

    Original URL path: http://www.ncri.ie/print/news/article/cerviva-study-highlights-influential-role-gps-women%E2%80%99s-cervical-screening-behaviours (2014-07-21)
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  • CERVIVA study highlights the influential role of GPs in women’s cervical screening behaviours | National Cancer Registry Ireland
    Newsletter Contact us Complaints Access Officer What we do Governance Vacancies Our staff Links Tweets by IrishCancerReg A new paper published in Family Practice by CERVIVA researchers based at the National Cancer Registry reports on the influential role of GPs in relation to women s cervical screening behaviours In the study which was funded by the Health Research Board the research team conducted focus groups with women from across Ireland to investigate their knowledge views and attitudes regarding cervical screening and human papilloma virus the virus which causes cervical cancer The research team found that GPs can have both a positive and negative impact on women s participation in screening The attitude of the GP towards cervical screening had a major influence on a woman s attendance for smears Whether the GP viewed smears as important and how this was communicated to the woman emerged as both a barrier and motivator to having a smear test The team also found that prompting by the GP face to face during consultations or in the form of reminder letters encouraged women to attend for smears Having a high level of trust in the GP and trust in what the GP told them in relation to cervical screening motivated women to attend Recently concerns about declining cervical screening uptake have been expressed in Ireland and internationally The findings of the current study re enforce the pivotal role of GPs in women s cervical screening attendance Ensuring GPs are engaged with the screening programme and providing on going support to them in relation to their cervical screening practices is crucial to maximising screening attendance among women in Ireland Cancers Cervix uteri Related papers Motivators for women to attend cervical screening the influential role of GPs Related projects CERVIVA Irish Cervical Screening Research Consortium on

    Original URL path: http://www.ncri.ie/news/article/cerviva-study-highlights-influential-role-gps-women%E2%80%99s-cervical-screening-behaviours?page=1 (2014-07-21)
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  • Attendance | National Cancer Registry Ireland
    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 Home About us News NCRI Newsletter Contact us Complaints Access Officer What we do Governance Vacancies Our staff Links Data statistics Data we collect Cancer factsheets Online cancer incidence Survival statistics Data set download Cancer rates mapped Request data Publications Annual financial reports Cancer trends projections Statistical reports Cancer atlases Research publications Research 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 Attendance Attendance 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 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

    Original URL path: http://www.ncri.ie/tags/attendance?theme=skifi (2014-07-21)
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  • Attendance | National Cancer Registry Ireland
    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 Attendance Home Attendance 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

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