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Community-based Intervention for Cervical Cancer Screening Uptake in Nepal

Cervical cancer is the major cause of cancer deaths among women in Nepal. Screening is one of the most effective tools for early diagnosis, prevention and treatment. However, skilled health professionals and tools available for cervical cancer screening are limited in low and middle-income countries (LMICs) including Nepal. The World Health Organization (WHO) and Alliance for Cervical Cancer Prevention (ACCP) recommends that countries, areas, or institutions seeking to initiate...


Triage Strategies in Cervical Cancer Prevention

While there is broad consensus that HR-HPV detection is the best available primary screening test, there is no agreement about the most efficient and reliable triage procedure for HR-HPV positive women. Transient HR-HPV infections are very common, and the vast majority of these infections spontaneously regress after a year or two. Only a small fraction of cases will lead to persistent infection responsible for cervical neoplasia. The FRIDA Study is a large, population-based s...

HPV Testing for Cervical Cancer Screening Study

This is a randomised controlled trial of HPV testing with cytology triage for HPV positive women compared to liquid-based cervical cytology (LBC). Although LBC is not widely used for cervical cancer screening in Canada at present, the Pan-Canadian Cervical Cancer Forum has recommended its use and as it is likely to be the standard of care by the time these data are published, the trial has been designed to account for this. Further, LBC will improve the cost-effectiveness of H...


Promoting Cervical Cancer Screening for Emergency Department Patients

The purpose of this study is to learn methods to encourage women to get recommended cervical cancer screening. Cervical cancer screening is an important part of cervical cancer prevention. The study team will determine if the patient is currently up-to-date with cervical cancer screening recommendations. If the patient is not up-to-date, then they will be randomly assigned to one of two interventions. One intervention consists only of referral to a women's health care provider ...

Comparison of Screening Tests in Detecting Cervical Neoplasia

RATIONALE: Screening tests may help doctors detect abnormal cells in the cervix early and plan effective treatment. PURPOSE: Screening trial to compare different types of screening tests used to detect cervical neoplasia.

Molecular Markers in Cervical Cancer Screening in the Feasibility of the Mathematical Markov Model Analysis

The purpose of this study is to: 1. make p16INK4A as a cervical cancer screening of tumor markers, cytology improve existing diagnostic sensitivity, specificity, repeatability and validity, so as to effectively prompted the early discovery and diagnosis of cervical cancer. 2. reduce screening costs, screening and benefits into quantitative evaluation, for our country to develop cervical cancer prevention and control strategy to provide a reliable...

The Kilimanjaro Cervical Screening Project

Although highly curable, cervical cancer kills thousands of women in developing countries annually. The investigators will pilot a project to improve detection of cervical cancer in Kilimanjaro, Tanzania through a program that combines access to cervical screening expertise available in a large medical centre and remote use of a mobile phone camera application.

Cervical Cancer Screening Among Hispanic Women

In this study, 400 Hispanic women will be recruited and randomized to one of three interventions: 1. Control (no change); 2. A low-intensity information program, consisting of a video approach educating women on the importance of cervical cancer screening; 3. A higher intensity program consisting of the video plus a 'promotora' or lay-community health educator led intervention at the participant's home to encourage cervical cancer screening. ...

Cervical Cancer Screening : Video Based Tutorials for ANMs/ASHAs/PHWs

This study aims at creating video-based tutorials for developing skills in performing cervical cancer screening using VIA for the Auxillary Nurse Midwives (ANMs), Accredited Social Health Activists (ASHAs) and Primary Health Workers (PHWs). Cervical cancer screening is mainly done by the following three methods: Visual inspection with acetic acid (VIA), Cervical Smear Cytology (PAP) and HPV DNA test. VIA is a low cost, low resource cervical cancer screening method and especiall...

Adherence and the Economics of Colon Cancer Screening

This study will compare patient adherence to different colorectal cancer (CRC) screening tests to identify the most cost-effective strategy to decrease mortality from CRC. We hypothesize that different types of tests will have different adherence rates, that these rates will alter the cost-effectiveness analysis, and that we can identify patient variables associated with non-adherence to specific CRC screening strategies.

Cervical Cancer Screening Intervention Among Korean American Women

This is a randomized trial to evaluate the effects of a community-based intervention on increasing cervical cancer screening rates in underserved Korean American women. Due to the multiple factors that contribute to screening uptake, an educational program customized to Korean culture combined with navigation assistance may be effective in increasing the number of Korean American women who can access cervical cancer screening.

Evaluation of Three Strategies Based on Vaginal Self-sampling Kit Send to Home of Unscreened Women for Cervical Cancer

Despite the existence of an effective screening test (pap smear), cervical cancer is, every year in France, the cause of more than 3,000 new cases and 1,100 deaths. But, in France, 4 in 10 women are not screened or not often enough (nearly 7 millions women). It is therefore necessary to develop new strategies to reach these women. The etiological factor of this cancer is persistent infection with High-Risk Human PapillomaVirus (HR-HPV). Thereby, HPV-based tests could be alterna...

Testing an Implementation Science Tool to Increase Cervical Cancer Screening in Mombasa, Kenya

Cervical cancer is the most common cancer in women in sub-Saharan Africa, and the majority of cervical cancer mortality occur in low and middle income countries (LMICs). Many of the disparities between high and LMICs are attributed to differences in screening. Kenyan guidelines recommend screening with visual inspection methods followed by treatment of pre-cancerous lesions with cryotherapy and loop electrosurgical excision procedure (LEEP). Implementation of these are poor wit...

2-stage Cervical Cancer Screening in Botswana

Cervical cancer is the leading cause of cancer death among women in Botswana. The burden of cervical cancer is largely related to the high prevalence of HIV in Botswana (22%), as HIV is known to be a significant risk factor for cervical cancer. Cervical cancer screening is life-saving and has been shown to reduce cervical cancer incidence in multiple settings. Yet, there is no consensus on appropriate screening algorithms for women living with HIV, across resource settings. Bot...

Increasing Participation in Cervical Cancer Screening and Risk for Beliefs/Attitudes Among Women at Risk

In order to evaluate the effectiveness of nursing interventions aimed at the early detection of cervical cancer, health belief and participation in the screening of women aged 40-55 at risk for the purpose of cervical cancer, One-way blind pre-test and post-test randomized controlled trial.

Pilot Study of a Mobile Health Approach to Reduce Barriers to Cervical Cancer Screening in Tanzania

The purpose of this study is to determine whether motivational text messages and/or travel vouchers are effective in increasing cervical cancer screening rates in urban and rural regions of Northern Tanzania.

DNA Cytometry for Cervical Cancer Screening in China

Very few screenings of any kind will be possible during a woman's lifetime in most low-resource regions, where 80% of the half-million global cases of cervical cancer occur every year. Although a single round of human papillomavirus (HPV) testing was associated with a significant decline in the rate of advanced cervical cancers and associated deaths, whether other methods like as DNA image cytometry can be used as an more accurate means than others in screening cervical cancer ...

Prospective Evaluation of Self-Testing to Increase Screening

Regularly attending for Pap test cervical cancer screening in a clinic is often unfeasible and/or unacceptable to many women. This study evaluates if mailing and testing self-sampled kits for high-risk human papillomavirus (HPV) can cost-effectively increase screening participation among underserved minority women in a safety-net health system.

Evidence Based Colorectal Cancer Screening for the Uninsured - Sub-study

This is a sub-study nested within a previously initiated clinical study (# NCT01946282) focusing on individuals not previously randomized at baseline to the original interventions. The purpose of the sub-study is to evaluate, via a randomized controlled trial design, 3 strategies for promoting screening completion among individuals not up to date with colorectal cancer screening, but assigned to receive screening outreach.

Cervical Cytology - Do SMS Reminders Increase Participation in the Cervical Screening Programme?

This study will pilot production and evaluate the use of reminder information in women invited for cervical screening for the first time within the GGC eligible population for cervical screening. Women aged under 30 years will be identified to receive an SMS text message following their cervical screening invitation using information from the CHI Broadcast.

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Acceptability of HPV-self Sampling

This trial aimed at evaluating the acceptability of HPV self-sampling among french women eligible for cervical cancer screening (25 - 65 years old) in the region of Occitanie, in the south of France. Acceptability will be evaluated using an anonymous questionnaire and the main outcome of the study will be the response acceptability " yes " or " no " for HPV self-sampling. Secondary outcome will be analysis of socioeconomic determinants for the acceptability of HPV self-sampling...

Effect of HPV Self-Collection on Cervical Cancer Screening in High Risk Women: My Body, My Test 3

This study will investigate whether cervical cancer screening completion among under-screened women could be improved by offering HPV (human papillomavirus) testing by at-home self-collection followed by screening invitation compared to screening invitation alone.

Carrying Out of Focus Group to Improve Cervical Screening Proposal by Vaginal Self-sampling (APACHE-4/FG).

Despite the existence of an effective screening test (pap smear), cervical cancer is, every year in France, the cause of more than 3,000 new cases and 1,100 deaths. But, in France, 4 in 10 women are not screened or not often enough (nearly 7 millions women). It is therefore necessary to develop new strategies to reach these women. The etiological factor of this cancer is persistent infection with oncogenic High-Risk Human PapillomaVirus (HR-HPV). Thereby, HPV-based tests could ...

Screening Study for Cervical Pre-cancer and Cancer Prevention in South African Women.

Nearly 8 000 new cervical cancer cases are diagnosed in South Africa per year; many are still undiagnosed and about 50% of diagnosed cases succumb per year. Although the current prevalence of pre-cancer cervical disease is largely unknown, data from local studies suggest regional differences and an increase in the prevalence of cytological abnormalities when compared with historical data. Low frequency in cytology screening is the primary factor attributable to development of i...

Cervical Cancer in French Guiana: Screening Between 2006-2011

Given that cervical cancer is the second most frequent cancer among women in french guiana the aim of the study was to determine the screening rate among women living in French Guiana. Cervical smears are read in 2 laboratories which allowed us to compute screening rates per 100 women-years. overall the screening activity was 23.5-25.8 smears per 100 women-years. between 2006 and 2011 54% of women were screened. These baseline figures will allow to evaluate present efforts to i...


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