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The online health care revolution: how the web helps americans take better care of themselves
The online health care revolution: How the Web helps Americans take better care of themselves Analyst Zoe Hudson were very helpful in the drafting of several survey questionnaires and the analysis ofExpand
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Use of cancer screening practices by Hispanic women: analyses by subgroup.
OBJECTIVES This study compares the use of three cancer screening practices (Pap smear, mammogram, and clinical breast examination) 3 years prior to interview among five subgroups of Hispanic women,Expand
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Health Disparities And Prevention: Racial/ethnic Barriers To Flu Vaccinations
To address the widening disparity between Whites and non-Whites for influenza vaccination rates, this study employed the Health Belief Model to examine these rates in five racial ethnic groupsExpand
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Problems in recruiting community-based physicians for health services research
AbstractOBJECTIVE: To qualitatively determine factors that are associated with higher participation rates in community-based health services research requiring significant physician participationExpand
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Confirmatory analysis of opinions regarding the pros and cons of mammography.
This investigation extends prior research to apply decision-making constructs from the transtheoretical model (TTM) of behavior change to mammography screening. Study subjects were 8,914 women agesExpand
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Maintaining mammography adherence through telephone counseling in a church-based trial.
OBJECTIVES This study assessed the effectiveness of telephone counseling in a church-based mammography promotion intervention trial. METHODS Thirty churches were randomized to telephone counselingExpand
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Role of Black churches in health promotion programs: lessons from the Los Angeles Mammography Promotion in Churches Program.
OBJECTIVES This article assesses pastor-level factors that affect the successful recruitment and implementation of community-based health promotion programs in Black churches. METHODSExpand
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Dealing with Diversity: Recruiting Churches and Women for a Randomized Trial of Mammography Promotion
There is little documentation about the recruitment process for church-based health education programs. In this study, the authors recruit African American, Latino, and white churches and womenExpand
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