Cluster randomised controlled trial comparing the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of two primary care interventions aimed at improving attendance for breast screening.

@article{Richards2001ClusterRC,
  title={Cluster randomised controlled trial comparing the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of two primary care interventions aimed at improving attendance for breast screening.},
  author={Suzanne Richards and Clare Bankhead and Tim J. Peters and Joan Austoker and F D Richard Hobbs and Jacqueline Brown and Clare Tydeman and Lesley Roberts and John P. Formby and Val D Redman and Sheila Wilson and Deborah J. Sharp},
  journal={Journal of medical screening},
  year={2001},
  volume={8 2},
  pages={91-8}
}
OBJECTIVES To examine the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of two interventions based in primary care aimed at increasing uptake of breast screening. SETTING 24 General practices with low uptake in the second round of screening (below 60%) in north west London and the West Midlands, UK. Participants were all women registered with these practices and eligible for screening in the third round. METHODS Pragmatic factorial cluster randomised controlled trial, with practices randomised to a… CONTINUE READING

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