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Download What is the most appropriate breast cancer screening interval for women aged 45 - 49 years in New Zealand? resource

What is the most appropriate breast cancer screening interval for women aged 45 - 49 years in New Zealand?

August, 2005
Reviewing the international evidence on the benefits and harms of different screening intervals for women aged 45 to 49 years, and to inform the development of a national policy. Simon Baker, Madeleine Wall, Ashley Bloomfield. The New Zealand Medical Journal. Vol 118 No1221 ISSN1175 8716

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Download The epidemiology of breast cancer in Maori women in Aotearoa New Zealand: implications for screening and treatment resource

The epidemiology of breast cancer in Maori women in Aotearoa New Zealand: implications for screening and treatment

February, 2005
Elana Curtis, Craig Wright, Madeleine Wall The New Zealand Medical Journal Vol 118 No 1209 ISSN 1175 8716. This article describes the epidemiology of breast cancer in Maori and non-Maori women in New Zealand, and to identify the implications for breast cancer screening and treatment policy and practice.

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Download The epidemiology of breast cancer in Maori women in Aotearoa New Zealand: implications for ethnicity data analysis resource

The epidemiology of breast cancer in Maori women in Aotearoa New Zealand: implications for ethnicity data analysis

February, 2005
Elana Curtis, Craig Wright, Madeleine Wall. The New Zealand Medical Journal Vol 118 No 1209 ISSN 1175 8716. This article describes the methods used to estimate breast cancer incidence and mortality in Maori and non-Maori women using multiple adjustors to assign ethnicity.

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Download National Health Promotion Framework and Implementation Planning Guide for Screening Programmes resource

National Health Promotion Framework and Implementation Planning Guide for Screening Programmes

November, 2004
This National Health Promotion Framework and Implementation Planning Guide aims to help users to understand the National Screening Unit's intent and direction for health promotion in screening. It provides a nationally consistenent framework, to help health promotion practitioners to develop regional health promotion strategies. The guide is made up of four different sections: - National Health Promotion Framework - National Health Promotion Framework: Implementation and Planning Guide - Ottawa Charter: Toolkit and Implementation Planning Guide - Te Pae Mahutonga: Implementation Planning Guide

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