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Principles and practice of screening for disease

J. M. G. Wilson

Principles and practice of screening for disease

by J. M. G. Wilson

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Published by World Health Organization in Geneva .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Medical screening.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 151-163.

    Statement[by] J. M. G. Wilson [and] G. Jungner.
    SeriesPublic health papers, no. 34, Public health papers ;, 34.
    ContributionsJungner, Gunnar, joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRA427 .W64
    The Physical Object
    Pagination164 p.
    Number of Pages164
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4543125M
    LC Control Number77010314

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PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF SCREENING FOR DISEASE J. WILSON Principal Medical Oflcer, Ministry of Health, London, England G. JUNGNER Chief, Clinical Chemistry Department, Sahlgren's Hospital, Gothenburg, Sweden WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION GENEVA The principles and practice of screening for disease [Wilson, J.

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Wilson, G. Jungner. inadequate knowledge of the principles and practice of screening for disease. This book attempts to set out the principles and practice of screening for disease in a clear and simple way.

It was commissioned by WHO. Principles and practice of screening for disease. The Journal of the Royal College of General Principles and practice of screening for disease. The Journal of the Royal College More in this TOC Section.

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The book, which starts with a short preface and introduction, has 6 chapters with the following headings: Definitions, Principles, Practice, Illustrative examples of screening for disease, Methodological trends in screening, and by: Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version.

Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by page. Wilson, James Maxwell Glover, Jungner, Gunnar & World Health Organization.

(‎)‎. Principles and practice of screening for disease / J. Wilson, G. putative screening tests for use in obstetrics and gynaecology. Components of screening All screening programmes have three com-ponents: test, disease and preventive action. To illustrate the principles it is useful to begin with the simplest possible version of each component.

In this case the test will be dichotomous with no grey by: Technical note for Ebola virus disease preparedness planning for entry screening at airports, ports and land crossings  World Health Organization (‎ World Health Organization, )‎ Integrated community-based screening for cardiovascular diseases of childhood / Jarnail S.

Thakur. This book offers an excellent basic text of fundamental principles of screening for disease. Its orientation and emphasis are toward other than communicable diseases, and it is thus of especial pertinence to readers in the United States. The concept of a screening procedure that can identify individuals in the early or presymptomatic stages of disease has been discussed for some years.

Wilson and Jungner have presented a comprehensive review of the subject of screening and an appraisal of the current state of ing has Cited by: 4.

Principles and Practice of Screening for Disease with Maxwell Wilson, but it is a possibility, since the book was published in [ 10 ]. The Swedish international corporation AGA agreed to. For decades, Emery and Rimoin’s Principles and Practice of Medical Genetics has provided the ultimate source for practicing clinicians to learn how the study of genetics can be integrated into practice.

To be absolutely sure that these principles apply to a specific disease process, particularly in adult screening, it is essential to carry out population-based randomised controlled trials (RCTs) where a target population is randomly divided into two groups: one is actively invited for screening and the other forms an uninvited control : Robert J.

Steele. Principles and practice of screening for disease [] Wilson, J. (James Maxwell Glover) Jungner, Gunnar Access the full text. The name Wilson will be forever associated with co-author Jungner and ten principles of population screening published in by the World Health Organisation (WHO) as Public Health Papers No These principles have since been used, modified or extended throughout much of Europe and beyond.

Very little was known about Dr. J.M.G. Wilson and his life and how he came to write this monograph Author: Kate Hall. DOI: /_2 Corpus ID: Principles and practice of screening for disease @inproceedings{WilsonPrinciplesAP, title={Principles and practice of screening for disease}, author={James Maxwell Glover Wilson and G Jungner}, year={} }.

Mass screening has its place, but physicians are most often involved in individualized screening (i.e., recommending screening tests to patients in private clinical settings in a one-to-one manner). Such an approach allows for individualized decision making and is the primary mode of screening that this issue of the Medical Clinics by: We present a biography of Gunnar Jungner, one of the authors of the Principles and Practice of Screening for Disease by JMG Wilson and G Jungner, published by the WHO in This publication contains ten criteria, which are still consulted, when a new disorder is evaluated for inclusion in a screening program.

Gunnar Jungner was a Swedish MD, PhD, specialized in Clinical Chemistry, born Cited by: 2. Disease: en: fication: Health Care for Particular Diseases or Groups: en: : Principles and Practice of Screening for Disease: en: ance: Citation prepared by the Library and Information Services group of the Kennedy Institute of Ethics, Georgetown University for the ETHXWeb database.

en: ance.Fortunately, a recent thoughtful and relevant information on the principles and practice of provocative publication by Bennett et al.

() pro­ the laboratory diagnosis of infectious diseases and vides us with data derived from several consultants include clinical relationships. KEY POINTS. Wilson and Jungner’s small book Principles and Practice of Screening for Disease was published 50 years ago.

New research refines the original 10 principles, adding new principles that amount to a postimplementation guide outlining the conditions that must be in place for a screening program to be successful and to evolve : Robert A. Smith.