Diffusion of cancer education information through a Latino community health advisor program.

@article{Navarro2007DiffusionOC,
  title={Diffusion of cancer education information through a Latino community health advisor program.},
  author={Ana Mart{\'i}nez Navarro and Rema Raman and Lori J. Mcnicholas and Oralia Loza},
  journal={Preventive medicine},
  year={2007},
  volume={45 2-3},
  pages={
          135-8
        }
}
OBJECTIVE To examine diffusion of breast and cervical cancer screening information through a community health advisor program targeting Latino women of low socioeconomic level and low level of acculturation in San Diego, California. METHOD Seventeen community health advisors ("consejeras") were recruited and trained to conduct educational group sessions. Each consejera recruited peers from the community to participate in the 12 sequential weekly sessions (i.e., primary participants). In… CONTINUE READING

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