2 edition of Factors associated with mammography utilization found in the catalog.
Factors associated with mammography utilization
Shawna L. Mercer
by Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences in Ontario in North York, Ont
Written in English
|Statement||Shawna L. Mercer, Vivek Goel.|
|Series||ICES working paper series -- no. 22|
|Contributions||Goel, Vivek., Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences in Ontario.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||37 p. :|
|Number of Pages||37|
Breast cancer screening by mammography: utilization and associated factors. J G Zapka, A M Stoddard, M E Costanza and H L Greene School of Public Health, University of Massachusetts, Amherst The status of mammography screening experience and factors related to utilization were examined in six towns serviced by physician staffs at five hospitals. Data were collected via random . The status of mammography screening experience and factors related to utilization were examined in six towns serviced by physician staffs at five hospitals. Data were collected via random digit dial telephone interview of a probability sample of women, aged years. The results showed that 55% of the women reported ever having had a mammogram.
mammography utilization: perceived barriers, suggestions for mammogram by health care professionals, recent thoughts about mammography, and having a regular medical doctor. In Singapore, Seow et al. () conducted a study aimed at determining factors contributing to the acceptance and fre-quent performance of mammography screening among a. There is a significant difference in the utilization of mammography for screening and diagnosis between women of lower socioeconomic groups and the rest of the female population. Information obtained by the American Cancer Society through public hearings in revealed significant problems in how the poor deal with cancer.
Different from the historical trend, we found higher mammography use among black women than white women. We identified high parity as a risk factor for mammography use, which is . Sociodemographic factors such as age associated with low screening utilization. Patients who received annual screening incurred ∼ times higher costs compared to those who received biennial screening during the study period.
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Factors associated with mammography utilization: a systematic quantitative review of the literature. Schueler KM(1), Chu Factors associated with mammography utilization book, Smith-Bindman R.
Author information: (1)Department of Radiology, Santa Clara Valley Medical Center, San Jose, California, USA.
OBJECTIVE: A significant segment of women remains underscreened with by: Factors Associated with Mammography Utilization among Jordanian Women Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Transcultural Nursing 12(4) November with.
Objective: A significant segment of women remains underscreened with mammography. We sought to summarize literature related to factors associated with receipt of mammography. For data sources, we used English language papers published between andincluding studies describing 4, by: Older Women, Breast Cancer, and Mammography.
Older age is the single greatest risk factor for breast cancer in women. According to the American Cancer Society (), breast cancer risk increases from 1 in 67 at age 40 to 1 in 25 at and the incidence continues increasing to age More than one-half of all breast cancers occur in women age 65 or by: Breast cancer screening by mammography: Utilization and associated factors Article (PDF Available) in American Journal of Public Health 79(11) December with Reads.
Demographic and Health Factors Associated With Mammography Utilization Article (PDF Available) in American journal of health promotion: AJHP 19(6) July with 62 Reads.
Factors Associated with Mammography Utilization among Jordanian Women Wasileh I. Petroc-Nustas, SCD, MSC, RN Journal of Transcultural Nursing 4, A contributing factor may be that Latinas have lower rates of mammography screening.
This study was guided by the Behavioral Model of Health Services Use to examine factors associated with mammography screening utilization among middle-aged Latinas. A recent meta-analysis of factors associated with mammography utilization found that physician specialty was associated with mammography use, but concluded that due to the relatively low number of studies and the lack of recent evidence, further investigation in this area was needed.
Other physician, healthcare system, and access factors such. We sought to examine associations of mammography utilization with comorbidities and functional limitations in older breast cancer survivors. Female breast cancer survivors (N = ) identified in the and Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) who were aged ≥ 65 years were included for this study.
Mammography use, major comorbidities (diabetes mellitus, myocardial. Nattinger AB, Panzer RJ, Janus J. Improving the utilization of screening mammography in primary care practices.
Arch Intern Med. Sep; (9)– Burack RC, Liang J. The early detection of cancer in the primary-care setting: factors associated with the acceptance and completion of recommended procedures.
We estimated that overall utilization of mammography was 64%. Results of the New Hampshire Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System data (NH‐BRFS) indicate that 82% of New Hampshire women age 50 years and older reported that they had undergone a mammogram within the past 2 years.
Factors associated with the level of utilization of screening mammography as a preventive practice were analyzed prior to initiating a population-based breast cancer screening program.
A questionnaire was used to collect information about screening mammography utilization during the last 4 years among women invited to enroll in the program. research on mammography utilization has been conducted among middle-class women.
There is a need for research to identify factors affecting mammography utilization among low-income women to develop effective interventions for this underserved subgroup.
Factors associated with mammography screening utilization among Latinas. (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Thesis/dissertation, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Sheila F LaHousse. Schueler KM, Chu PW, Smith-Bindman R.
Factors associated with mammography utilization: a systematic quantitative review of the literature. J Womens Health (Larchmt). Nov; 17(9). In the clinic, mammography is a publicly accepted technique to detect early abnormalities such as masses and distortions in breast leading to cancer.
Interpreting the images, however, is time-consuming and error-prone for radiologists considering artificial factors including potential fatigue. EXAMINING FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH UTILIZATION OF MAMMOGRAPHY SCREENING FOR WOMEN. OF AGE 40 – 74 YEARS IN WASHINGTON STATE.
ABSTRACT. By Abhishek Savant, MHPA Washington State University May Chair: Dr. Fevzi Akinci. Objective. The aim of this study is to determine whether race has a statistically significant.
Spirituality, Breast Cancer Beliefs and Mammography Utilization among Urban African American Women Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Health Psychology 8(3) June with Reads. Although underutilization of mammography services is well documented for the general population, 18, 19 to our knowledge only a few studies to date have examined the utilization of mammography by survivors of breast cancer.
In addition, little is known regarding factors associated with the use of mammography in this population, especially. There are a number of factors that can explain the lower rates of screening mammography utilization in minority populations. Prior studies have suggested that contact with a regular primary physician is one of the most important factors determining screening mammogram utilization.
The status of mammography screening experience and factors related to utilization were examined in six towns serviced by physician staffs at five hospitals. Data were collected via random digit dial telephone interview of a probability sample of women, aged years.
Lesbians face unique barriers to health care, and may be at higher risk for breast cancer than are other women. Yet, no research on lesbians and mammography utilization exists. We conducted telephone interviews of lesbians aged 51–80, of whom 68 had had mammograms in the last year and 39 had not.