The psychosocial impact of implementing a mammography screening campaign in an australian community.
We examined the psychosocial impact of implementing a generalised campaign to promote mammography screening in an Australian inner city community.
Prior to the campaign, telephone interviews were conducted with 628 randomly selected women aged 45-70,285 in central Sydney (where the screening programme operated) and 343 from the rest of Sydney.
A second cross-sectional survey was conducted two years after the campaign commenced.
The campaign achieved an estimated 21% attendance rate in an eligible population of 43,000 women over a period of 22 months.
Overall the campaign reached a large section of the eligible community, with 70% of women being aware of the van's existence.
Mots-clés Pascal : Mammographie, Campagne de masse, Dépistage, Mass media, Effet psychologique, Changement attitude, Connaissance, Evaluation, Programme sanitaire, Australie, Homme, Femelle, Océanie, Radiodiagnostic
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Mammography, Mass campaign, Medical screening, Mass media, Psychological effect, Attitude change, Knowledge, Evaluation, Sanitary program, Australia, Human, Female, Oceania, Radiodiagnosis
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Cote : 94-0477189
Code Inist : 002B30A03B. Création : 199501.