University of Tasmania Bowel Cancer Screening Interviews

13 Jul 2017

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Have you ever received a bowel cancer screening kit?

 

The University of Tasmania Faculty of Health need men and women aged 50 to 75 years, living in the George Town local government area to participate in a Tasmanian study looking at reasons why people may or may not screen for bowel cancer.

If you have ever received a National Bowel Cancer Screening Program Kit in the mail, regardless of whether you have used the kit, they would like to hear from you.

WHAT YOU NEED TO DO

To participate you can choose to attend either a 30-minute individual interview at the George Town Community Hub on Wednesday 19th or 26th of July, or a group meeting on Monday 31st of July.

INTERESTED OR NEED MORE INFORMATION?

Contact Dr Simone Lee or Mandy Cooper

Centre for Rural Health, University of Tasmania

Full Information can be downloaded here

Phone (03) 6324 4025 or email simone.lee@utas.edu.au This study has been reviewed by the Tasmanian Health and Medical Human Research Ethics Committee and received ethics clearance (HREC Project Number H0016209)