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Title: Electronic tailoring of information on the basis of perceived risk and health-beliefs: a method for increasing uptake of colorectal cancer screening?
Authors: Flight, Ingrid
Wilson, Carlene
Duszynski, Andre
Turnbull, Deborah
Cole, Stephen Russell
Young, Graeme Paul
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: Health Care Communication Laboratory University of Lugano
Citation: Flight, I., Wilson, C., Duszynski, A., Turnbull, D., Cole, S.R., & Young, G.P., 2005. Electronic tailoring of information on the basis of perceived risk and health-beliefs: a method for increasing uptake of colorectal cancer screening?. Tailoring health messages: bridging the gap between social and humanistic perspectives on health communication, 31-35.
URI: http://www.theme.usilu.net/pages/THEME_proceedings.pdf
http://hdl.handle.net/2328/11128
Appears in Collections:1112 - Oncology and Carcinogenesis
1117 - Public Health and Health Services

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