Aisha K. Lofters, Ph.D.

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2012 Health Policy, Management and Evaluation University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada 
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Epidemiology, Public Health, Oncology, Women's Studies
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Richard H. Glazier grad student 2012 University of Toronto
 (Cervical cancer screening among Ontario's urban immigrants.)
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Vahabi M, Lofters AK, Kopp A, et al. (2021) Correlates of non-adherence to breast, cervical, and colorectal cancer screening among screen-eligible women: a population-based cohort study in Ontario, Canada. Cancer Causes & Control : Ccc. 32: 147-155
Vahabi M, Lofters A, Wong JP, et al. (2019) Fecal occult blood test screening uptake among immigrants from Muslim majority countries: A retrospective cohort study in Ontario, Canada. Cancer Medicine
Lofters AK, Kopp A, Vahabi M, et al. (2019) Understanding those overdue for cancer screening by five years or more: A retrospective cohort study in Ontario, Canada. Preventive Medicine. 129: 105816
McConnon A, Fung K, Lofters A, et al. (2019) Colorectal and Breast Cancer Screening Status for People in Ontario Provincial Correctional Facilities. American Journal of Preventive Medicine
Lofters AK, McBride ML, Li D, et al. (2019) Disparities in breast cancer diagnosis for immigrant women in Ontario and BC: results from the CanIMPACT study. Bmc Cancer. 19: 42
Kouyoumdjian FG, McConnon A, Herrington ERS, et al. (2018) Cervical Cancer Screening Access for Women Who Experience Imprisonment in Ontario, Canada. Jama Network Open. 1: e185637
Marshall S, Vahabi M, Lofters A. (2018) Acceptability, Feasibility and Uptake of HPV Self-Sampling Among Immigrant Minority Women: a Focused Literature Review. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health
Kiran T, Davie S, Moineddin R, et al. (2018) Mailed Letter Versus Phone Call to Increase Uptake of Cancer Screening: A Pragmatic, Randomized Trial. Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine : Jabfm. 31: 857-868
Manca DP, Fernandes C, Grunfeld E, et al. (2018) The BETTER WISE protocol: building on existing tools to improve cancer and chronic disease prevention and screening in primary care for wellness of cancer survivors and patients - a cluster randomized controlled trial embedded in a mixed methods design. Bmc Cancer. 18: 927
Lofters AK, Mark A, Taljaard M, et al. (2018) Cancer screening inequities in a time of primary care reform: a population-based longitudinal study in Ontario, Canada. Bmc Family Practice. 19: 147
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