2006 – Ottawa

May 10-11, 2006, Ottawa, Canada

Mammographic screening performance over time: influence of breast density and hormone replacement therapy
Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of Cancer Screening
GIS as a Tool to Evaluate Breast Screening
Breast Cancer Mortality After Screening Mammography in British Columbia Women
Modeled Estimates of the Effects of Screening: Results from the CISNET Breast Cancer Consortium
Development of Consensus Educational Materials on HPV & Cervical Cancer for Europe
Cervical Cancer in Manitoba: evaluating risk, Pap test utilization, and access
The Challenges of Implementing Screening Programs Across Cancer Types
Evaluating the UK Breast Screening Programme: Choice of Study Design and the Practical Realities of Evaluating Service Screening
Correlation of Human Papillomavirus Infection with Natural History of ASCUS and LSIL
Colorectal Screening in France: Organization in 23 Pilot Programs
Cost-Effectiveness of Cervical Cancer Screening Strategies in Different World Regions
Effect of Process Indicators on the Episode Sensitivity of Mammography
The Monastery Center for Disease Prevention, Panagia Philanthropini
Measuring and Improving Radiologists’ Interpretative Performance on Screening Mammography
Evaluating the UK Breast Screening Programme
Measuring and Improving Radiologists Radiologists’ Interpretative Performance on Screening Mammography
Cost-Effectiveness of Cervical Cancer Screening Strategies: Examples from Different World Regions
Colorectal Cancer (CRC) Surveillance: Introduction and Overview
What happens when organisation of cervical cancer screening is delayed or stopped?
Colorectal Cancer Screening: Implementationof a public health programme
Breast cancer mortality in Copenhagen after the introduction of mammography screening
Outcomes of screening mammography among women aged 40 to 43
Effect of process indicators on the episode sensitivity of mammography
Comparing Yield and Cost of FOBT and FS in an Average Risk Population: Results After 2 Screening Rounds
Pan-Canadian Study of Reading Volumes
Improvement in Screening Radiologists’ Performance in an Organized Screening Program
Modeling Efforts to Inform Countries’ Screening Decisions