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- New: Screening for Cervical Cancer e-learning CME …
October 6, 2017
- The CTFPHC Newsletter Issue 14
September 18, 2017
This video provides Canadians with information about cancer screening. It explains that there are both potential harms and potential benefits of cancer screening and that people should consider these harms and benefits when making decisions about screening.
"The Task Force has the incredibly important job of trying to make sure Canadians get the best preventive health care possible and avoid strategies that don't help them or that harm them. I'm more than proud to be a member. "
"The Canadian Task Force serves as a compass as primary care navigates the swells of prevention. "
"The Task Force is a dedicated group of volunteers who use the best information and methods to assist medical professionals to choose the best clinical prevention policies for Canadians"
"The Canadian Task Force on Preventive Health Care is an outstanding research machine that helps clinicians, their patients and health care managers to gain more insight into the complex reality of prevention. Building upon rich and diversified competencies, it delivers an independent, balanced and rigorous message, allowing to make wise decisions in preventive care."