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Title: Cervical screening & Darwin general practitioners
Authors: Northern Territory. Territory Health Services.
Issue Date: 1996
Publisher: Territory Health Services.
Abstract: Cervical Screening & Darwin General Practitioners Project Objectives: 1. To visit the General Practitioners currently working in private practice in the Darwin urban area (including Palmerston, Howard Springs and Humpty Doo) and encourage a good working relationship between GPs and the Women's Cancer Prevention Program. 2. To allow GPs to give feedback to the WCPP regarding the NT Pap Smear Register and to raise any questions or concerns that they may have concerning the Register. 3. To find out what strategies GPs would consider useful to increase the rate of cervical cancer screening in General Practice in Darwin. 4. To determine current attitudes and practice of GPs relating to cervical cancer screening. 5. To encourage GPs to think about over-screening and under-screening in relation to the National Cervix Screening Program. 6. To find out whether GPs are satisfied with the service provided by NT Breast Screen.
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Type: Report
Subjects: Cervix uteri -- Cancer -- Northern Territory -- Darwin -- Diagnosis
Physicians (General practice) -- Northern Territory -- Darwin
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