Thesis on cervical cancer screening

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Women were educated after the data collection and a hand-out was provided. The aim of this thesis was to investigate the cost-effectiveness of alternative cervical cancer screening and HPV vaccination strategies in Brazil.

Abstract Background: Most of the cervical cancer cases are diagnosed late leading to poor outcomes. A semi-structured questionnaire was developed.

A study to assess the knowledge regarding cervical cancer in india

It was planned that after the data collection, the women would be educated about cervical cancer, its screening methods and the facilities available for screening in the hospitals. The source of information was mainly mass media [ Table 3 ]. Table 2. Results: Majority of the women have poor knowledge about cervical cancer Sequential inclusion of the women who met the study criteria. In Brazil alone, a total of 17, new cases and 3, deaths of cervical cancer are expected in Very few studies have explored the role of doctor and source of information for awareness of women about cervical cancer in India. Women were educated after the data collection and a hand-out was provided.

It was planned that after the data collection, the women would be educated about cervical cancer, its screening methods and the facilities available for screening in the hospitals.

Sampling Nonrandom sampling.

Thesis on cervical cancer screening

Majority of the women who had approached the doctors in the last 1 year A hand-out which had illustrative pictures with explanations was provided in the language of their preference. This was back translated to English by some other linguistic expert who was not familiar with the original version. Aim: Hence, this study was conducted with the objective of knowing the knowledge of women about cervical cancer, its screening, role of doctor, source of information, and reasons for not undergoing screening if the women had not undergone testing for cervical cancer. Mass media could be used to educate the women. Questionnaire was handed over to the participants in the language of their preference. The third empirical analysis demonstrated that adding the quadrivalent vaccination of pre-adolescent girls to the current efforts to control cervical cancer in Brazil was very cost-effective for most of the scenarios analyzed. Abstract Background: Most of the cervical cancer cases are diagnosed late leading to poor outcomes. Table 2. The questionnaire was collected back and analyzed. Sampling Nonrandom sampling. After obtaining permission from Institutional Ethics Committee, the questionnaire was administered to the women in the language of their preference.

Keywords: Cervical cancer, Knowledge, Screening Introduction Cervical cancer is one of the most common cancers worldwide. Whatever little knowledge the women had was obtained from mass media. The back translated version were compared with original version to test for conceptual equivalence.

Knowledge attitude and practice of cervical cancer screening questionnaire

It was made clear that participation in study is voluntary. Instrument development The questionnaire was first scrutinized by a group of experts from Department of Community Medicine and Obstetrics. This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Questionnaire was handed over to the participants in the language of their preference. Results: Majority of the women have poor knowledge about cervical cancer Implications of positive and negative results were also explained. The vaccine was even cost saving when considering low coverage and cost of vaccination.

This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Basic subject characteristics were expressed as proportions in appropriate tables. About A hand-out was also provided to these women in the local language of their preference.

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Lack of knowledge is reflected in poor understanding of symptoms [ Table 3 ]. Very few studies have explored the role of doctor and source of information for awareness of women about cervical cancer in India. It was planned that after the data collection, the women would be educated about cervical cancer, its screening methods and the facilities available for screening in the hospitals. Recently, studies have been reported from India on awareness of cervical cancer and its screening among women. Majority of the women who had approached the doctors in the last 1 year The women were approached in OPD and invited to participate in the study. Subjects and Methods: This was a questionnaire based cross-sectional study conducted among the women attending the outpatient departments of teaching hospitals attached to Kasturba Medical College. A hand-out which had illustrative pictures with explanations was provided in the language of their preference. Table 2.
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A Study on Knowledge and Screening for Cervical Cancer among Women in Mangalore City