General practitioners who never perform Pap smear: the medical offer and the socio-economic context around their office could limit their involvement in cervical cancer screening
In France, with the growing scarcity of gynecologists and a globally low and socially differentiated coverage of cervical cancer screening (CCS), general practitioners (GPs) are valuable resources to improve s...
Condition: Cervical Cancer Interventions: Diagnostic Test: Self-PAP; Diagnostic Test: Traditional Pap smear Sponsors: University of Alabama at Birmingham; Cahaba Medical Care Foundation; Laboratory Corporation of America Not yet recruiting
Conclusions: Invitations to screenings that are made by providing training accompanied with a brochure were found to be effective in increasing the participation of women in cervical cancer screening.
Resumo Este artigo revisa os fatores limitadores e facilitadores do acesso aos servi ços públicos de saúde no Brasil na área da atenção ao câncer de colo de útero (CCU). Nesta revisão, foram utilizadas a base de dados bibliográficos Medline (interface com Biblioteca Virtual de Saúde/BVS e PubMed) e os portais Lilacs e SciELO. Buscou-se publicações referentes ao período 2011-2016, a partir do uso de termos específicos das fontes consultadas, relativos a ‘ neoplasias do colo do útero ’ e ‘ acesso a...
Abstract Background and Objectives: In 2004, Lithuania started the Nationwide Cervical Cancer Screening Programme. However, screening is more opportunistic than population-wide and the programme's coverage is insufficient. The aim of this study was to assess the effect of systematic personal invitation on coverage of cervical cancer (CC) screening in urban and rural regions of Lithuania. Materials and Methods: The study was conducted in an urban primary healthcare centre (PHCC) and in a rural PHCC, where prevailing CC screening practice was highly opportunistic. Over the first year, all women aged 25-60 who had no...
ConclusionPPSPC is a rare malignancy, the management of which should take place in tertiary oncology centers.
This study provides education on the test. Researchers may consider investigating the barriers to cervical screening and therefore increase cervical screening uptake. PMID: 31478428 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Conclusions: It was concluded that the cultural beliefs, perceptions, emotions and practices of women with abnormal Pap smear results should be considered in the diagnostic and treatment processes. These characteristics of women's experience are also important to consider when developing strategies to address barriers to effective cervical screening, diagnosis and treatment. PMID: 31452433 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Conditions: Papillomavirus Infections; Dysplasia; Cervix Cancer Intervention: Other: Vaginal samples (biopsies + vaginal smear) Sponsor: University Hospital, Bordeaux Completed