Edith cowan university research online theses: doctorates and masters theses 2000 attitudes, practices and knowledge regarding cervical cancer screening among greek women in. A review of the literature suggests four reasons for initiating screening at age 25: (1) the low incidence rates for cervical cancer in younger women, (2) the relative ineffectiveness of screening in younger women, (3) the spontaneous resolution of hpv infections and precancerous lesions common in younger women, and (4) the likely harms. Keywords breast screening, cancer, cervical screening, review, south asian how this fits in with quality in primary care what do we know uptake of cervical and breast screening is lower in south asian women than in the rest of the population.
Combining a grey literature review with a systematic literature review did contribute to a greater understanding of special events for promoting cancer screening by enhancing both the breadth of events found and depth of knowledge of these events. Literature review department of communication studies literature review below is a review of literature on the uprising topic of employers using social media sites to screen current or potential employees also included is a synopsis of the issue of privacy awareness along with the potential invasion of privacy. A literature review was performed to supplement the evidence considered by cervical cancer screening rates ranged from 733% in asian women to 848% in non. In the united states, the cervical cancer incidence and death rate have declined by 50% from 1975 to 2012, yet in 2017, 12,820 new cases of cervical cancer were expected to be diagnosed and 4,210 women were estimated to die of the disease (american cancer society, 2016 x american cancer, 2016 american cancer society.
Evident suggested that women knowledge about cervical cancer and preventive strategies are significant their screening practices the need for further knowledge about the cervical screening and preventive measure was demonstrated. Results gynecologic cancer screening in obese and nonobese women twenty-six studies were identified that explored differences in breast and/or cervical cancer screening based on obesity status. This paper proceeds to review the existing literature on factors influencing breast cancer screening among asian women for the most part, health care professionals, medical doctors, gynecologists. Recruitment for cervical cancer screening a review of the literature judith a y straton mbbs (meib) mph (minn) fafphm department of public health.
Global burden of cervical cancer: a literature review conclusions: despite of effective screening methods, cervical cancer continues to be a major public health problem new methodologies of. Cervical cancer is a cancer arising from the cervix it is due to the abnormal growth of cells that have the ability to invade or spread to other parts of the body early on, typically no symptoms are seen. This article examines the impact of obesity on breast and cervical cancer screening, first comparing screening rates among obese and nonobese women as presented in the published literature, and.
Summary of diagnostic performance of dual-staining cytology for cervical cancer screening: a systematic literature review cervical cancer screening saves lives secondary prevention in cervical cancer screening relies on the results of primary cytology and/or hpv testing. The findings from sweden's first nationwide audit of cervical screening and cervical cancer were published in 2008 in this age-matched case-control study, andrae et al 5 found an odds ratio (or. Cervical cancer screening has decreased the incidence of and mortality from cervical cancer methods for screening include evaluation with the papanicolaou (pap) test (cytology) and testing for high-risk types of human papillomavirus (hpv) this discussion will focus on recommendations for screening. Cervical cancer screening tests can find cervical cancer and precancer in the early stages when it can be treated and thus may reduce the number of deaths from cervical cancer this article reviews tests used to screen for cervical cancer and a description of both normal and abnormal pap test results.
In doing so the literature review sets out to identify ethnic women's beliefs and attitudes towards cervical screening, identify and evaluate ethnic women's barriers to cervical screening and to evaluate the interventions used to increase the uptake of cervical screening. This review showed that dual-staining is an attractive biomarker for triage in cervical cancer screening because additional testing could involve additional costs, a health economic analysis assessing costs and benefits should be performed in order to determine the cost-effectiveness and economic impact of this method.
Since introduction of cytologic screening for cervical cancer using the papanicolaou (pap) test in the 1950s, the incidence of invasive cervical cancer in the united states has fallen more than 100% 1 no other cancer screening program has been more successful. The systematic review on which this paper is based provided evidence for the canadian task force on preventive health care to update their guideline regarding screening for cervical cancer in this article we highlight three questions covered in the full review that pertain to the effectiveness of. Cytologic screening for cervical cancer currently enjoys wide acceptance, but there remains controversy in the literature concerning its efficacy in prolonging life on the basis of a literature review, several conclusions are reached: 1) cervical screening can identify women who are at greater-than.