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Seay J. et al.

2017

Understanding Transgender Men’s Experiences with and Preferences for Cervical Cancer Screening: A Rapid Assessment Survey

Lam JU. et al.

2017

Human Papillomavirus Self-Sampling for Screening Nonattenders: Opt-in Pilot Implementation with Electronic Communication Platforms

Altobelli E et al.

2016

A Comparison between Pap and HPV Screening Tests and Screening Methods

Broberg G. et al.

2014

Increasing Participation in Cervical Cancer Screening: Offering a HPV Self-test to Long-term Non-attendees as part of RACOMIP, a Swedish Randomized Controlled Trial

De Alba I. et al.

2008

Self-sampling for Human Papillomavirus in a Community Setting: Feasibility in Hispanic Women

Del Mistro A. et al.

2017

Efficacy of Self-sampling in Promoting Participation to Cervical Cancer Screening also in Subsequent Round

Madzime R.T. et al

2017

Emerging Role of HPV Self-sampling in Cervical Cancer Screening for Hard-to-Reach Women

Koliopoulos G et al.

2017

Cytology versus HPV testing for cervical cancer screening in the general population

CADTH

2017

Self-Sampling for HPV and Other Sexually Transmitted Infections

Gottschlich

2017

Acceptability of Human Papillomavirus Self-Sampling for Cervical Cancer Screening in an Indigenous Community in Guatemala

Wong EL

2017

Can Human Papillomavirus DNA Self-sampling be an Acceptable and Reliable Option for Cervical Cancer Screening in Female Sex Workers?

Arrossi et al.

2017

Evaluation of scaling-up of HPV self-collection offered by community health workers at home visits to increase screening among socially vulnerable under-screened women in Jujuy Province, Argentina

Wentzensen

2017

HPV-based Cervical Cancer Screening- Facts, Fiction, and Misconceptions

Kuhn

2017

The Time is Now to Implement HPV Testing to Primary Screening in Low Resource Settings

Rodriguez

2017

Cervical Cancer Prevention in Upper Middle-Income Countries

Maza

2017

Considerations for HPV Primary Screening in Lower-Middle Income Countries

Schiffman

2017

Cervical Cancer Screening: Epidemiology as the Necessary but not Sufficient Basis of Public Health Practice

Tota E.J.

2017

Approaches for Triage Women Who Test Positive for Human Papillomavrius in Cervical Cancer Screening

Tota E.J.

2017

Introduction of Molecular HPV Testing as the Primary Technology in Cervical Cancer Screening: Acting on Evidence to Change the Current Paradigm

Isidean D. S.

2017

Changes on the horizon for cervical cancer screening

Schiffman M.

2017

Cervical cancer screening: Epidemiology as the necessary but not sufficient basis of public health practice

Rossi G. P.

2017

Cervical cancer screening in women vaccinated against human papillomavirus infection: Recommendations from consensus conference

Kinney K. W.

2017

Protection against cervical cancer versus decreasing harms from screening – What would U.S. patients and clinicians prefer, and do their preferences matter?

Wentzensen N.

2017

HPV-based cervical cancer screening – facts, fiction, and misperceptions

Rodriguez C. A.

2017

Cervical cancer prevention in upper middle-income countries

Maza M.

2017

Considerations for HPV primary screening in lower-middle income countries

Kuhn L.

2017

The time is now to implement HPV testing for primary screening in low resource settings

Tsiachristas A. et al

2017

Cost-Effectiveness of strategies to increase cervical screening uptake at first invitation (STRATEGIC)

Nelson EJ

2017

The acceptability of self-sampled screening for HPV DNA: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Lofters

2016

Self-Sampling for HPV to Enhance Uptake of Cervical Cancer Screening: Has the Time Come in Canada

CADTH

2016

Self-Collected Versus Clinician Collected Samples for Sexually Transmitted Infection Testing in Women: A Review of Comparative Clinical Effectiveness, Cost-Effectiveness and Guidelines

Castle

2016

Screening to Prevent Invasive Cervical Cancer: ASCO Resource-Stratified Clinical Practice Guideline

Vahabi

2016

Muslim Immigrant Women’s Views on Cervical Cancer Screening and HPV Self-Sampling in Ontario, Canada

Tingey

2014

Self-administered Sample Collection for Screening of Sexually Transmitted Infection Among Reservation-Based American Indian Youth

Wakewich

2016

Colonial Legacy and the Experience of First Nations Women in Cervical Cancer Screening: A Canadian Multi-Community Study

Zhao

2016

Sexual health communication between Asian-American adolescents and health-care providers

Karjalainen

2016

Self-sampling in cervical cancer screening: comparison of a brush-based and a lavage-based cervicovaginal self-sampling device

Smith

2016

Impact of HPV sample self-collection for underscreened women in the renewed Cervical Screening Program

Dreyer

2016

School-based human papillomavirus vaccination: An opportunity to increase knowledge about cervical cancer and improve uptake of screening

Liu

2016

Phase-specific healthcare costs of cervical cancer: estimates from a population-based study

Roland

2016

Changes in Knowledge and Beliefs About Human Papillomavirus and Cervical Cancer Screening Intervals in Low-Income Women After an Educational Intervention

Bogler

2015

Missed connections: Unintended consequences of updated cervical cancer screening guidelines on screening rates for sexually transmitted infections.

Kitchener

2016

A cluster randomised trial of strategies to increase cervical screening uptake at first invitation

Felix

2016

The Clinical and Economic Benefits of Co-Testing Versus Primary HPV Testing for Cervical Cancer Screening: A Modeling Analysis

Deen

2016

The day we started HPV triage

Graseck

2011

Home-based versus clinic-based specimen collection in the management of Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria gonorrhoeae infections

Fajardo-Bernal

2015

Home-based versus clinic-based specimen collection in the management of Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria gonorrhoeae infections

Yu

2015

The Role of High-Risk Human Papilloma Virus Testing in the Surveillance of Cervical Cancer After Treatment

Naber

2016

The potential harms of primary human papillomavirus screening in over-screened women: a microsimulation study

Graham

2015

A sexual health quality improvement program (SHIMMER) triples chlamydia and gonorrhoea testing rates among young people attending Aboriginal primary health care services in Australia

Ilangovan

2016

Acceptability and Feasibility of Human Papilloma Virus Self-Sampling for Cervical Cancer Screening

Sultana

2016

Home-based HPV self-sampling improves participation by never- and under-screened women: Results from a large randomised trial (iPap) in Australia.

Arias

2016

Ease, Comfort, and Performance of the HerSwab Vaginal Self-Sampling Device for the Detection of Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria gonorrhoeae

Hillemanns

2016

The paradigm shift in cervical cancer screening in Germany

Lunny

2015

Self-Collected versus Clinician-Collected Sampling for Chlamydia and Gonorrhea Screening: A Systemic Review and Meta-Analysis

Rossi

2015

Self-sampling to increase participation in cervical cancer screening: an RCT comparing home mailing, distribution in pharmacies, and recall letter

Stoler

2015

Cervical cancer screening should be done by primary HPV testing with genotyping and reflex cytology for women over the age of 25 years

Cadman

2015

A randomized controlled trial in non-responders from Newcastle upon Tyne invited to return a self-sample for Human Papillomavirus testing versus repeat invitation for cervical screening

Paudyal

2015

Obtaining self-samples to diagnose curable sexually transmitted infections: a systematic review of patients’ experiences

Chou

2015

Self-sampling HPV test in women not undergoing Pap smear for more than 5 years and factors associated with under-screening in Taiwan

Sultana

2015

Women’s experience with home-based self-sampling for human papillomavirus testing

Dareng

2015

Influence of Spirituality and Modesty on Acceptance of Self-Sampling for Cervical Cancer Screening

Virtanen

2015

The costs of offering HPV-testing on self-taken samples to non-attendees of cervical screening in Finland

Arianne

2015

A Study of the Vaginal Microbiome in Healthy Canadian Women Utilizing cpn60-Based Molecular Profiling Reveals Distinct Gardnerella Subgroup Community State Types

Arbyn and Castle

2015

Offering Self-Sampling Kits for HPV Testing to Reach Women Who Do Not Attend in the Regular Cervical Cancer Screening Program

Arbyn

2014

Accuracy of human papillomavirus testing on self-collected versus clinician-collected samples: a meta-analysis.

Haguenoer

2014

Vaginal self-sampling is a cost-effective way to increase participation in a cervical cancer screening programme: a randomised trial

Haguenoer

2014

Accuracy of dry vaginal self-sampling for detecting high-risk human papillomavirus infection in cervical cancer screening: a cross-sectional study

Virtanen

2014

Self-sampling experiences among non-attendees to cervical screening

Rossi

2014

The Possible Effects on Socio-Economic Inequalities of Introducing HPV Testing as Primary Test in Cervical Cancer Screening Programs

Östensson

2013

Projected cost-effectiveness of repeat high-risk human papillomavirus testing using self-collected vaginal samples in the Swedish cervical cancer screening program

Snijders

2013

High-risk HPV testing on self-sampled versus clinician-collected specimens: A review on the clinical accuracy and impact on population attendance in cervical cancer screening

Racey

2013

Self-collected HPV Testing Improves Participation in Cervical Cancer Screening: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis

Levinson

2013

The Peru cervical cancer prevention study (PERCAPS): community-based participatory research in Manchay, Peru.

Eperon

2013

Randomized comparison of vaginal self-sampling by standard vs. dry swabs for Human Papillomavirus Testing

Jamil

2013

Home-based chlamydia and gonorrhoea screening: a systematic review of strategies and outcomes

Hobbs

2013

From the NIH: proceedings of a workshop on the importance of self-obtained vaginal specimens for detection of sexually transmitted infections

Darlin

2013

Comparison of use of vaginal HPV self-sampling and offering flexible appointments as strategies to reach long-term non-attending women in organized cervical screening.

Hengel

2013

Outreach for chlamydia and gonorrhea screening: a systematic review of strategies and outcomes

Sancho-Garnier

2013

HPV self-sampling or the Pap-smear: a randomized study among cervical screening nonattenders from lower socioeconomic groups in France.

Gök

2012

Experience with high-risk human papillomavirus testing on vaginal brush-based self-samples of non-attendees of the cervical screening program

Murphy

2012

HPV Testing in Primary Cervical Screening: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Zhao

2012

Pooled Analysis of a Self-Sampling HPV DNA Test as a Cervical Cancer Primary Screening Method

Cerigo

2012

Dry self-sampling versus provider-sampling of cervicovaginal specimens for human papillomavirus detection in the Inuit population of Nunavik, Quebec

Petignat and Vassilakos

2012

Is It Time to Introduce HPV Self-Sampling for Primary Cervical Cancer Screening?

Gravitt

2011

Looking ahead: a case for human papillomavirus testing of self-sampled vaginal specimens as a cervical cancer screening strategy

Castle

2011

Comparative Community Outreach to Increase Cervical Cancer Screening in the Mississippi Delta

Lazcano-Ponce

2011

Self-collection of vaginal specimens for human papillomavirus testing in cervical cancer prevention (MARCH): a community-based randomised controlled trial.

Balasubramanian

2010

Accuracy and Cost-Effectiveness of Cervical Cancer Screening by High-Risk HPV DNA Testing of Self-Collected Vaginal Samples

Sankaranarayanan

2009

HPV Screening for Cervical Cancer in Rural India

Szarewski

2007

Human papillomavirus testing by self-sampling: assesment of accuracy in an unsupervised clinical setting

Schachter

2005

Vaginal swabs are the specimens of choice when screening for Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria gonorrhoeae: results from a multicenter evaluation of the APTIMA assays for both infections

Chernesky

2005

Women find it easy and prefer to collect their own vaginal swabs to diagnose Chlamydia trachomatis or Neisseria gonorrhoeae infections