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1.

Impact of an HMO-based intervention to increase mammography utilization.

Trock B, Rimer BK, King E, Balshem A, Cristinzio CS, Engstrom PF.

Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev. 1993 Mar-Apr;2(2):151-6.

2.

The effect of routine use of computer-generated preventive reminders in a clinical practice.

Garr DR, Ornstein SM, Jenkins RG, Zemp LD.

Am J Prev Med. 1993 Jan-Feb;9(1):55-61.

PMID:
8439440
3.

Factors associated with obtaining health screening among women of reproductive age.

Wilcox LS, Mosher WD.

Public Health Rep. 1993 Jan-Feb;108(1):76-86.

4.

Demographic predictors of mammography and Pap smear screening in US women.

Calle EE, Flanders WD, Thun MJ, Martin LM.

Am J Public Health. 1993 Jan;83(1):53-60.

5.

Promoting mammography use through progressive interventions: is it effective?

King ES, Rimer BK, Seay J, Balshem A, Engstrom PF.

Am J Public Health. 1994 Jan;84(1):104-6.

6.

Using physician correspondence and postcard reminders to promote mammography use.

Taplin SH, Anderman C, Grothaus L, Curry S, Montano D.

Am J Public Health. 1994 Apr;84(4):571-4.

7.

Breast cancer screening by mammography: utilization and associated factors.

Zapka JG, Stoddard AM, Costanza ME, Greene HL.

Am J Public Health. 1989 Nov;79(11):1499-502.

8.

Why women resist screening mammography: patient-related barriers.

Rimer BK, Keintz MK, Kessler HB, Engstrom PF, Rosan JR.

Radiology. 1989 Jul;172(1):243-6.

PMID:
2740510
9.

Computerized reminders to encourage cervical screening in family practice.

McDowell I, Newell C, Rosser W.

J Fam Pract. 1989 Apr;28(4):420-4.

PMID:
2495337
10.

A randomized trial of computerized reminders for blood pressure screening in primary care.

McDowell I, Newell C, Rosser W.

Med Care. 1989 Mar;27(3):297-305.

PMID:
2494397
11.

Can computerized reminder systems have an impact on preventive services in practice?

Frame PS.

J Gen Intern Med. 1990 Sep-Oct;5(5 Suppl):S112-5.

PMID:
2121918
12.

Cervical cancer screening: who is not screened and why?

Harlan LC, Bernstein AB, Kessler LG.

Am J Public Health. 1991 Jul;81(7):885-90.

13.

Computer-generated physician and patient reminders. Tools to improve population adherence to selected preventive services.

Ornstein SM, Garr DR, Jenkins RG, Rust PF, Arnon A.

J Fam Pract. 1991 Jan;32(1):82-90.

PMID:
1985140
14.

A study guided by the Health Belief Model of the predictors of breast cancer screening of women ages 40 and older.

Fulton JP, Buechner JS, Scott HD, DeBuono BA, Feldman JP, Smith RA, Kovenock D.

Public Health Rep. 1991 Jul-Aug;106(4):410-20.

15.

Feasibility of universal screening mammography. Lessons from a community intervention.

Costanza ME, D'Orsi CJ, Greene HL, Gaw VP, Karellas A, Zapka JG.

Arch Intern Med. 1991 Sep;151(9):1851-6.

PMID:
1888252
16.

Access to cancer screening services for women.

Kirkman-Liff B, Kronenfeld JJ.

Am J Public Health. 1992 May;82(5):733-5.

17.

The importance of physician encouragement in breast cancer screening of older women.

Grady KE, Lemkau JP, McVay JM, Reisine ST.

Prev Med. 1992 Nov;21(6):766-80.

PMID:
1438121
18.

Changes in mammography use: economic, need, and service factors.

Zapka JG, Hosmer D, Costanza ME, Harris DR, Stoddard A.

Am J Public Health. 1992 Oct;82(10):1345-51.

19.

Implementing clinical guidelines: a quality management approach to reminder systems.

Murrey KO, Gottlieb LK, Schoenbaum SC.

QRB Qual Rev Bull. 1992 Dec;18(12):423-33. Review.

PMID:
1287524

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