CitationAtere-Roberts, Joëlle; Smith, Judith Lee; & Hall, Ingrid J. (Online ahead of print). Interventions to Increase Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening Uptake among Rural Women: A Scoping Review. Cancer Causes Control.
AbstractPURPOSE: Despite widespread promotion of breast and cervical cancer (BCC) screening, uptake remains low in rural communities. Barriers to healthcare, which often result in poorer health outcomes, differentially impact residents of rural communities. Effective interventions addressing the unique needs of rural women may target these barriers and increase BCC screening participation. Our objective is to review and assess the published literature on interventions to increase BCC screening in rural communities.
Reference TypeJournal Article
Journal TitleCancer Causes Control
Smith, Judith Lee
Hall, Ingrid J.