The art of surveillance or reasonable prevention? The case of cervical screening

@inproceedings{McKie1995TheAO,
  title={The art of surveillance or reasonable prevention? The case of cervical screening},
  author={Linda McKie},
  year={1995}
}
In this article data are presented and analysed which identify and explore a white male working class discourse on cervical screening. This discourse was recounted by women who participated in nine discussion groups held as part of a project concerning the views of working class women on cervical screening. The cervical screening service is often viewed as a valuable component of preventive health services and one which recognises the unique health needs of women. In fact it is now a… CONTINUE READING

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