Aisha Lofters
Aisha Lofters
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TitleCited byYear
Inadequacy of cervical cancer screening among urban recent immigrants: a population-based study of physician and laboratory claims in Toronto, Canada
A Lofters, RH Glazier, MM Agha, MI Creatore, R Moineddin
Preventive medicine 44 (6), 536-542, 2007
1172007
Predictors of low cervical cancer screening among immigrant women in Ontario, Canada
AK Lofters, R Moineddin, SW Hwang, RH Glazier
BMC women's health 11 (1), 20, 2011
922011
Low rates of cervical cancer screening among urban immigrants: a population-based study in Ontario, Canada
AK Lofters, R Moineddin, SW Hwang, RH Glazier
Medical care, 611-618, 2010
802010
Cervical cancer screening among urban immigrants by region of origin: a population-based cohort study
AK Lofters, SW Hwang, R Moineddin, RH Glazier
Preventive medicine 51 (6), 509-516, 2010
732010
“PSA-itis”: knowledge of serum prostate specific antigen and other causes of anxiety in men with metastatic prostate cancer
A Lofters, HG Juffs, GR Pond, IF Tannock
The Journal of urology 168 (6), 2516-2520, 2002
632002
The early benefits of human papillomavirus vaccination on cervical dysplasia and anogenital warts
LM Smith, EC Strumpf, JS Kaufman, A Lofters, M Schwandt, LE Lévesque
Pediatrics 135 (5), e1131-e1140, 2015
552015
Breast cancer screening disparities among urban immigrants: a population-based study in Ontario, Canada
M Vahabi, A Lofters, M Kumar, RH Glazier
BMC Public Health 15 (1), 679, 2015
412015
Primary care physician characteristics associated with cancer screening: a retrospective cohort study in Ontario, Canada
AK Lofters, R Ng, R Lobb
Cancer medicine 4 (2), 212-223, 2015
382015
The validity of self-reported cancer screening history and the role of social disadvantage in Ontario, Canada
A Lofters, M Vahabi, RH Glazier
BMC Public Health 15 (1), 28, 2015
362015
Breast cancer screening disparities among immigrant women by world region of origin: a population‐based study in Ontario, Canada
M Vahabi, A Lofters, M Kumar, RH Glazier
Cancer medicine 5 (7), 1670-1686, 2016
322016
Are women with psychosis receiving adequate cervical cancer screening?
D Tilbrook, J Polsky, A Lofters
Canadian Family Physician 56 (4), 358-363, 2010
312010
Using geographic methods to inform cancer screening interventions for South Asians in Ontario, Canada
AK Lofters, P Gozdyra, R Lobb
BMC Public Health 13 (1), 395, 2013
302013
Sociodemographic factors associated with cervical cancer screening and follow-up of abnormal results
L Elit, M Krzyzanowska, R Saskin, L Barbera, A Razzaq, A Lofters, ...
Canadian Family Physician 58 (1), e22-e31, 2012
292012
“Brain drain” and “brain waste”: experiences of international medical graduates in Ontario
A Lofters, M Slater, N Fumakia, N Thulien
Risk management and healthcare policy 7, 81, 2014
262014
Using concept mapping in the knowledge-to-action process to compare stakeholder opinions on barriers to use of cancer screening among South Asians
R Lobb, AD Pinto, A Lofters
Implementation Science 8 (1), 37, 2013
252013
Does social disadvantage affect the validity of self-report for cervical cancer screening?
AK Lofters, R Moineddin, SW Hwang, RH Glazier
International journal of women's health 5, 29, 2013
242013
Public awareness of income-related health inequalities in Ontario, Canada
K Shankardass, A Lofters, M Kirst, C Quiñonez
International journal for equity in health 11 (1), 26, 2012
242012
Emerging role of HPV self-sampling in cervical cancer screening for hard-to-reach women: focused literature review
TR Madzima, M Vahabi, A Lofters
Canadian Family Physician 63 (8), 597-601, 2017
222017
Muslim immigrant women’s views on cervical cancer screening and HPV self-sampling in Ontario, Canada
M Vahabi, A Lofters
BMC Public Health 16 (1), 868, 2016
222016
The “brain drain” of health care workers: causes, solutions and the example of Jamaica
AK Lofters
Canadian Journal of Public Health 103 (5), e376-e378, 2012
222012
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