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Use of Social Media to Promote Cancer Screening and Early ...

Background: Social media is commonly used in public health interventions to promote cancer screening and early diagnosis, as it can rapidly deliver targeted public health messages to large numbers of people. However, there is currently little understanding of the breadth of social media interventions and evaluations, whether they are effective, and how they might improve outcomes.

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Interventions Promoting Colorectal Cancer Screening Among ...

Preventing Chronic Disease (PCD) is a peer-reviewed electronic journal established by the National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion. PCD provides an open exchange of information and knowledge among researchers, practitioners, policy makers, and others who strive to improve the health of the public through chronic disease prevention.

Active: 2021-03-06

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Use of Social Media to Promote Cancer Screening and Early ...

J Med Internet Res. 2020 Nov 9;22(11):e21582. doi: 10.2196/21582.ABSTRACTBACKGROUND: Social media is commonly used in public health interventions to promote cancer screening and early diagnosis, as it can rapidly deliver targeted public health messages to large numbers of people.

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Supplement to Cancer Promoting Cancer Screening: Learning ...

Health Promotion, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia. ... Early efforts to promote cervical cancer screening, and later breast cancer screening, attempted to increase ... interventions to influence cancer screening behavior. Designing, conducting, and interpreting evidence

Active: 2021-01-18

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Training Community Health Workers to promote breast cancer ...

To our knowledge, there is not a specific curriculum to train CHWs on promotion of cancer screening and behavior change, including breast cancer screening (Brasil, 1991). Sample This paper is part of a larger study conducted in 2010 with the purpose of developing and pilot-testing a CHW intervention to promote breast cancer screening among low ...

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Breast Cancer Screening Practice and Health-Promoting ...

Introduction. Breast cancer is a major risk for women’s health and one of the leading causes of cancer-related mortality in Asian women (Agarwal, Pradeep, Aggarwal, Yip, & Cheung, 2007).National Cancer Information Center (2008) listed breast cancer as the second common cancer for women in Korea, reporting that the incidence rate of breast cancer has gradually increased during the past decade.

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Health Promotion for Cancer Patients: Opportunities and ...

Health promotion is defined as a process of enabling people to increase control over and to improve their health 4 or activities directed toward increasing the level of well-being and actualizing the health potential of individuals, families, and communities. 5 The conventional focus of health promotion on cancer prevention is gradually ...

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Promoting Prevention - and Barriers to Prevention | Patient

The cervical screening programme is associated with improved rates of cure of cervical cancer . See separate Cervical Screening (Cervical Smear Test) article. The breast cancer screening programme in the UK was initiated in 1998 following the Forrest Report . See separate Breast Cancer Screening article. Integrating prevention in the consultation

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A Social Marketing Approach To Increasing Breast Cancer ...

This study used a social marketing approach to identify factors that influence women's breast cancer screening behaviors and to guide the development of strategies to increase breast cancer ...

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5 Ways To Promote Breast Cancer Awareness Month In The ...

Share stories. Employers can promote a better understanding of the nuances of breast cancer by encouraging employees to share their stories of struggling with and surviving the disease.

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HAIR Colorectal Cancer Screening Promotion | UMD School of ...

HAIR Colorectal Cancer Screening Promotion With financial support from the Cigna Foundation, the HAIR network is focusing on promoting colorectal cancer screening and increasing awareness about colorectal cancer, a leading cause of disability and premature death in the African American community.

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Cancer Screening: Interventions Engaging Community Health ...

Effect of a cancer screening intervention conducted by lay health workers among inner-city women. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 1997;13(1):51-7. Taylor VM, Hislop TG, Jackson JC, et al. A randomized controlled trial of interventions to promote cervical cancer screening among Chinese women in North America.

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Knowledge, attitude and practice for cervical cancer ...

In turn, screening behavior is a complex out-come of many factors operating at individual, family, and community levels [13]. In Ethiopia, there is limited information regarding knowledge, attitude and practices and associated factors for cervical cancer prevention and control at community level as mentioned

Active: 2020-04-25

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Factors Associated with Cervical Cancer Screening Uptake ...

Purpose . The existing factors that influence cervical cancer screening uptake worldwide do not necessarily reflect the situation in Jordan. Therefore, the aim of this study was to determine the factors associated with cervical cancer screening uptake among Jordanian women. Methods . In this cross-sectional study, 500 married Jordanian women aged 21 to 65 years were recruited from eight ...

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Physician Behaviors to Promote Informed Decisions for ...

Abstract. Clinical guidelines for prostate cancer screening (PCS) advise physicians to discuss the potential harms and benefits of screening. However, there is a lack of training programs for informed decision-making (IDM), and it is unknown which IDM behaviors physicians have the most difficulty performing.

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Storytelling for Promoting Colorectal Cancer Screening ...

storytelling (ST) as a culturally aligned narrative method to promote colorectal cancer (CRC) prevention and screening, compared to a risk tool (RT)-based intervention. Methods: Seventy-eight women were randomized in this pilot study to one of two brief interventions to communicate CRC risk reduction options: ST or an RT.

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Multiple Behavioral Risk Factors for Colorectal Cancer and ...

Introduction. Regular colorectal cancer screening has been shown to reduce colorectal cancer incidence and mortality (1, 2).However, adherence rates to colorectal cancer screening recommendations are low, with recent estimates from U.S. national surveys varying from 34.6% to 44.0% (3-6).Colorectal cancer risk is also influenced by several behaviors other than screening.

Active: 2021-02-14

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Perceived Barriers to Self-Management and Preventive ...

Given the limited scope of this review, I have focused on 1) barriers to cancer screening, 2) barriers to health behaviors related to cancer prevention and management-such as cigarette smoking cessation, exercise, and following a healthy eating pattern, and 3) a scale that uses response options not covered above.

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A systematic review of special events to promote breast ...

zations to promote breast, cervical and colorectal cancer screening, and key intervention strategies employed du-ring the event, as well as to document outcomes of such events. Importantly, as one of the first such reviews, this paper lays the groundwork for an evidence base for the use of special events in cancer screening promotion and uptake ...

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A Decision Aid to Promote Appropriate Colorectal Cancer ...

CRC screening in the face of increasing age and multimor-bidity would prepare patients for individualized decision making and result in appropriate CRC screening intent and behavior.21,22 Specifically, we hypothesized that the decision aid would promote cancer screening for patients in good health in whom screening is likely beneficial, dis-

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