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Lyndal Trevena

Briefing paper

Clinical decision-making tools: how effective are they in improving the quality of health care?

Executive summary Clinical decision-making tools can be considered in two broad categories – those designed to be used by clinicians and those designed to promote shared decision making with the clinician and patient together. The potential effect of computerised clinical decision support systems (CDSS) on...
Journal article

Translating evidence into practice in low resource settings: cervical cancer screening tests are only part of the solution in rural India

Background: The majority of women in rural India have poor or no access to cervical cancer screening services, although one–quarter of all cervical cancers in the world occur there. Several large trials have proven the efficacy of low-tech cervical cancer screening methods in the Indian...