A randomized trial comparing web-based decision aids on prostate cancer knowledge for African-American men.

@article{Ellison2008ART,
  title={A randomized trial comparing web-based decision aids on prostate cancer knowledge for African-American men.},
  author={Gary L. Ellison and Sally P. Weinrich and Mimi Lou and Hongyan Xu and Isaac J. Powell and Claudia R. Baquet},
  journal={Journal of the National Medical Association},
  year={2008},
  volume={100 10},
  pages={1139-45}
}
OBJECTIVES Few decision aids are tailored for African-American men. We sought to determine if web-based decision aids increased knowledge of prostate cancer screening among African men. METHODS This postintervention, quasiexperimental research measured knowledge of prostate cancer screening among African-American men following receipt of 1 of 2 web-based decision aids: enhanced or usual care. Men ages 40-65 were recruited at the annual convention of the Prince Hall Masons in the summer of… CONTINUE READING

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