Women Knowledge and Attitude Regarding Early Detection of Cervical CancerWafaa Gomaa Abdallah, Mona Ahmed El-Shiekh, Yasser Abou Taleb, Hanan Abd El-Fatah ; Mossa Soliman, Sahar
AbstractThe aim of the current study is to assessing women knowledge and attitude regarding early detection of cervical cancer among high risk group women. A Descriptive study design was used. The study was conducted in Early Detection Unit at Ain Shams University Maternity Hospital. One hundred & twenty women were included in the study. a purposive sample technique was used. Four tools of data collection was used named cervical cancer interview Arabic questionnaire sheet, follow up sheet, diary sheet & likert scale. The main result of the study indicate that highly statistical significant difference between women knowledge regarding cervical cancer before and after using guideline. As regard to, total attitude score regarding cervical cancer before & after using guideline the present study revealed that highly statistical significant difference between women attitude regarding cervical cancer before and after using guideline. The current study concluded that, the nursing guideline influence on women screening follow up for early detection of cervical cancer among high risk group women., Nursing guideline enhance women knowledge & attitude positively regarding early detection of cervical cancer. Based on this finding, the researchers recommended; there is an urgent need for conduction of educational programs targeting women by trained health care providers to providing information regarding cervical cancer.
|Keywords||Early detection of cervical cancer, Nursing guideline, High risk women||Issue Date||1-Jan-2017||Publisher||المجلة المصرية للرعاية الصحية||Journal||Egyptian journal of health care||Series/Report no.||1;2||URI||http://research.asu.edu.eg/handle/123456789/2081|
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