Effect of providing risk information on undergoing cervical cancer screening: a randomized controlled trial

@inproceedings{Fujiwara2015EffectOP,
  title={Effect of providing risk information on undergoing cervical cancer screening: a randomized controlled trial},
  author={Hiroyuki Fujiwara and Akihiro Shimoda and Yoshiki Ishikawa and Akiyo Taneichi and Mai Ohashi and Yoshifumi Takahashi and Takahiro Koyanagi and Hiroyuki Morisawa and Suzuyo Takahashi and Naoto Sato and Shizuo Machida and Yuji Takei and Yasushi Saga and Michiyasu Suzuki},
  booktitle={Archives of public health = Archives belges de sante publique},
  year={2015}
}
BACKGROUND In Japan, the cervical cancer screening rate is extremely low. Towards improving the cervical cancer screening rate, encouraging eligible people to make an informed choice, which is a decision-making process that relies on beliefs informed by adequate information about the possible benefits and risks of screening, has attracted increased attention in the public health domain. However, there is concern that providing information on possible risks of screening might prevent deter from… CONTINUE READING
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