The predictive validity of a social capital index in routine breast and cervical cancer screening.

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Leader, A.E. (2008). The predictive validity of a social capital index in routine breast and cervical cancer screening (Doctoral dissertation). Available from ProQuest Dissertations and Theses database. (UMI No. 3297445)
Because community-based interventions to increase breast and cervical cancer screening have had limited success, concepts that move away from individual-level screening predictors…

Breast and cervical cancer screening among Asian American women and Latinas: Does race/ethnicity matter?

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Lee, H. Y., Ju, E., Der Vang, P., & Lundquist, M., (2010). Breast and cervical cancer screening among Asian American women and Latinas: Does race/ethnicity matter? Journal of Women’s Health, 19(10), 1877-1884.
Background: Ethnic minorities are frequently considered as one homogeneous group in research, and this trend is particularly true for Asian Americans. This article seeks to uncove…

Personal and provider level factors influence participation to cervical cancer screening: A retrospective register-based study of 1.3 million women in Norway.

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Leinonen, M. K., Campbell, S., Klungsoyr, O., Lonnberg, S., Hansen, B. T., & Nygard, M., (2017). Personal and provider level factors influence participation to cervical cancer screening: A retrospective register-based study of 1.3 million women in Norway. Preventive Medicine, 94, 31-39.
High coverage is essential for an effective screening programme. Here we present screening barriers and facilitators among 1.3 million women aged 25–69 years eligible for screenin…

The association between race, ethnicity, and socioeconomic status and cervical cancer screening rates and cervical intraepithelial neoplasia in Monroe county .

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Licon, D.B. (2013). The association between race, ethnicity, and socioeconomic status and cervical cancer screening rates and cervical intraepithelial neoplasia in Monroe county (Doctoral dissertation). Available from ProQuest Dissertations and Theses database. (UMI No. 3560997)
Background/Significance: More research is needed to determine the association between contextual socioeconomic status (SES), racial/ethnic clustering and cervical cancer screening…

Empowerment beliefs and intention to uptake cervical cancer screening: Three psychosocial mediating mechanisms.

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Luszczynska, A., Durawa, A. B., Scholz, U., & Knoll, N., (2012). Empowerment beliefs and intention to uptake cervical cancer screening: Three psychosocial mediating mechanisms. Erschienen in: Women & Health, 52, 162-181.
Three studies tested if the associations between women's empowerment beliefs and intentions to attend cervical cancer screening could be explained by mediating psychological mecha…

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