Identifying Barriers to Cervical Cancer Screening in South Asian Muslim Immigrant Women by Syeda Kinza Rizvi A THESIS SUBMITTED TO THE FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES. like to thank my thesis committee, Dr. Bejoy Thomas and Dr. Marilynne Hebert, for their.
Cervical screening is offered to women aged 25-64 years old; for women aged 25-49 screening is at 3 year intervals and for women aged 50-64 it is every 5 years (DOH 2006). Although uptake of cervical screening is lower overall in ethnic minority groups, there are differences in the uptake between ethnic groups (Luke at al 1996, Webb et al 2004).
The purpose of the study was to explore perceptions, knowledge and attitudes of women undergoing cervical cancer screening in Omaheke, Namibia. A qualitative exploratory study was conducted. Data were collected from a purposive sample of eight participants using a self-developed interview guide. Data were analysed using Tesch’s.Barriers to cervical cancer screening practices among women in Gishu County, Kenya - Hillary Mabeya - Research Paper (postgraduate) - Medicine - Other - Publish your bachelor's or master's thesis, dissertation, term paper or essay.Student number: 42141338 DECLARATION I declare that KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE AND PRACTICES ON CERVICAL CANCER SCREENING AND PREVENTION METHODS AMONG NURSES AT TWO NAIROBI HOSPITALS IN KENYA is my own work and that all the sources that I have used or quoted have been indicated and acknowledged by means of complete references and.
The Practice of Cervical Cancer Screening Most (398; 77.1%) had never screened for cervical cancer. However, 441 (85.5%) had screened for any reproductive issue such as HIV, STI, and only 118 (22.9%) had only one exposure for the practice of cervical cancer screening.Read More
Assessment of Cervical Cancer Incidence, Histopathology, and Screening Practices Among Hispanic Women in Latin America and Michigan by Christine Marie Pierce Campbell A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (Epidemiological Science) in the University of Michigan 2011.Read More
Recently, studies have been reported from India on awareness of cervical cancer and its screening among women.(6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13) Studies exploring the knowledge of the women about cervical cancer have focused on either on “nursing staff” working in hospitals or on women in the rural community.(6,7,8,9,10) Three of these studies, which.Read More
Cervical cancer can be prevented by avoiding risk factors and undergoing regular screening tests. The most common methods used in cervical screening are Pap testing and HPV testing. World Health Organization estimated that about 510,000 new cases of cervical cancer were diagnosed yearly.Read More
Purpose of the study The purpose of this study is to explore the knowledge and attitude of female clinical health staff of St. Dominic Hospital, Akwatia in the Eastern Region of Ghana concerning Cervical cancer and screening programs as a means of reducing cervical cancer mortality.Read More
The focus of the research presented in this thesis is on the cervical screening behaviour of young women relative to older women. Screening rates are low and declining in young Australian women.Read More
Cervical cancer was once one of the most common causes of cancer death for American women. Between 1955 and 1992, the number of cervical cancer deaths in the United States declined by 74%. The main reason for this change is the increased use of the Pap test, a screening procedure that permits diagnosis of pre-invasive and early invasive cancer.Read More
The thesis begins with Chapter 2, which gives information on both cervical cancer and the national screening programme operating in England at the time of the research. Current policy and recent changes are detailed in order to ensure a thorough grounding for what follows. Chapter 3 sets out the theoretical framework for the research.Read More
Open Access Theses Theses and Dissertations 2013 Perception And Attitude About Breast And. diagnosed with cervical cancer (Centers for Disease Control, 2012b). The human. attitude about breast and cervical cancer screening among Muslim women in a. Other. perception.Read More
Cervical Cancer Screening Programme, yet this largely preventable disease disproportionately affects women of lower socioeconomic status (SES). This thesis set out to explore the evidence for, and possible mechanisms of, socioeconomic inequalities in cervical screening uptake in England.Read More