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2015Fall in Genital Warts Diagnoses in the General and Indigenous Australian Population Following Implementation of a National Human Papillomavirus Vaccination Program: Analysis of Routinely Collected National Hospital DataDey, Aditi; McIntyre, Peter; Menzies, Robert; Smith, Megan Alexandra; Canfell, Karen; Liu, Bette; Childrens Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child Health; Childrens Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child Health; Childrens Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child Health; MedicineFall in Genital Warts Diagnoses in the General and Indigenous Australian Population Following Implementation of a National Human Papillomavirus Vaccination Program: Analysis of Routinely Collected National Hospital Data, The Journal of Infectious Diseases, vol.211, 1, 2015,pp 91-99
2016Impact of HPV sample self-collection for underscreened women in the renewed Cervical Screening ProgramSmith, Megan Alexandra; Canfell, Karen; Lew, Jie-Bin; Simms, Kate; School of Public Health: Public HealthImpact of HPV sample self-collection for underscreened women in the renewed Cervical Screening Program, Medical Journal of Australia, vol.204, 5, 2016,pp 194.e1-194.e9
2016Impact of the Australian national cervical screening program in women of different agesCanfell, Karen; Smith, Megan Alexandra; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public HealthImpact of the Australian national cervical screening program in women of different ages, Medical Journal of Australia, vol.205, 8, 2016,pp 359-364
2016Impact of the Australian national cervical screening program in women of different agesCanfell, Karen; Smith, Megan Alexandra; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public HealthImpact of the Australian national cervical screening program in women of different ages, Medical Journal of Australia, vol.205, 8, 2016,pp 359-364
2017Impact of the National Cervical Screening Programme in New Zealand by age: analysis of cervical cancer trends 1985`2013 in all women and in Maori womenCanfell, Karen; Smith, Megan Alexandra; Edwards, Simon; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public HealthImpact of the National Cervical Screening Programme in New Zealand by age: analysis of cervical cancer trends 1985`2013 in all women and in Maori women, Cancer Causes and Control, vol.28, 12, 2017,pp 1393-1404
2014Incremental Benefits of Male HPV Vaccination: Accounting for Inequality in Population UptakeSmith, Megan Alexandra; Canfell, Karen; MedicineIncremental Benefits of Male HPV Vaccination: Accounting for Inequality in Population Uptake, PloS One, vol.9, 8, 2014,pp 1-10
2017Optimal management strategies for primary HPV testing for cervical screening: Cost-effectiveness evaluation for the national cervical screening program in AustraliaCanfell, Karen; Smith, Megan Alexandra; Hall, M; Hammond, Ian; Hughes, S; Lew, Jie-Bin; Saville, A. Marion; Simms, Kate; Yuill, S; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public HealthOptimal management strategies for primary HPV testing for cervical screening: Cost-effectiveness evaluation for the national cervical screening program in Australia, PloS One, vol.12, 1, 2017,pp 1-23
2017Primary HPV testing versus cytology-based cervical screening in women in Australia vaccinated for HPV and unvaccinated: effectiveness and economic assessment for the National Cervical Screening ProgramCanfell, Karen; Smith, Megan Alexandra; Bessell, T; Caruana, Michael; Hall, Michaela; Hammond, Ian; Kang, Yoon-Jung; Lew, Jie-Bin; Saville, A. Marion; Simms, Kate; Velentzis, Louiza; Xu, Xiang Ming; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public HealthPrimary HPV testing versus cytology-based cervical screening in women in Australia vaccinated for HPV and unvaccinated: effectiveness and economic assessment for the National Cervical Screening Program, The Lancet Public Health, vol.2, 2, 2017,pp e96-e107
2017Projected impact of HPV vaccination and primary HPV screening on cervical adenocarcinoma: Example from AustraliaCanfell, Karen; Smith, Megan Alexandra; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public HealthProjected impact of HPV vaccination and primary HPV screening on cervical adenocarcinoma: Example from Australia, Papillomavirus Research, vol.3, N/A, 2017,pp 134-141
2016Transitioning from cytology-based screening to HPV-based screening at longer intervals: implications for resource useCanfell, Karen; Smith, Megan Alexandra; Gertig, Dorota; Hall, Michaela; Lew, Jie-Bin; Malloy, Michael; Saville, Marion; Simms, Kate; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public HealthTransitioning from cytology-based screening to HPV-based screening at longer intervals: implications for resource use, BMC Health Services Research, vol.16, 1, 2016,pp 1-14
2016Trends in genital warts by socioeconomic status after the introduction of the national HPV vaccination program in Australia: Analysis of national hospital dataCanfell, Karen; Dey, Aditi; McIntyre, Peter; Menzies, Robert; Smith, Megan Alexandra; Liu, Bette; School of Public Health: Public Health; Childrens Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child Health; Childrens Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child Health; Childrens Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child Health; School of Public Health: Public HealthTrends in genital warts by socioeconomic status after the introduction of the national HPV vaccination program in Australia: Analysis of national hospital data, BMC Infectious Diseases, vol.16, 1, 2016,pp 1-11
2016Will cervical screening remain cost-effective in women offered the next generation nonavalent HPV vaccine? Results for four developed countriesCanfell, Karen; Smith, Megan Alexandra; Castle, Philip E; Kitchener, Henry Charles; Lew, Jie-Bin; Simms, Kate; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public HealthWill cervical screening remain cost-effective in women offered the next generation nonavalent HPV vaccine? Results for four developed countries, International Journal of Cancer, vol.139, 12, 2016,pp 2771-2780
2016Will cervical screening remain cost-effective in women offered the next generation nonavalent HPV vaccine? Results for four developed countriesCanfell, Karen; Smith, Megan Alexandra; Castle, Philip E; Kitchener, Henry Charles; Lew, Jie-Bin; Simms, Kate; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public HealthWill cervical screening remain cost-effective in women offered the next generation nonavalent HPV vaccine? Results for four developed countries, International Journal of Cancer, vol.139, 12, 2016,pp 2771-2780